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The Story of British Black Music

London Is The Place For Me

The first of six programmes in which Pauline Black savours the sounds of the Caribbean musicians who arrived on Britain's shores in the post-war years. Producer Wendy Pilmer

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Unknown: Pauline Black

Producer: Wendy Pilmer

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The Story of British Black Music

2: Black Skin Blue-Eyed Boys In the 1960s it was easy for British artists to base a career on covering hits in fake US accents, yet it was almost impossible to sell themselves as British black artists. Presented by Pauline Black.

Producer Wendy Pilmer

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Presented By: Pauline Black.

Producer: Wendy Pilmer

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The Story of British Black Music

3: Sing Our Own Song

Pauline Black traces the development of an original British reggae sound. Producer Wendy Pilmer

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The Story of British Black Music

4: British

Hustk Pauline Black explores Britain's soul and jazz-funk scenes.

Producer Wendy Pilmer

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Unknown: Hustk Pauline Black

Producer: Wendy Pilmer

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The Story of British Black Music

5: 1 Can Do This

Pauline Black explores the British rap sound. Producer Wendy Pilmer

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The Story of British Black Music

6: There's Nothing Like This Pauline Black meets the black music industry entrepreneurs of the 90s. â—? MUSIC AND ARTS: page 15

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Unknown: Pauline Black

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Crossover.

Pauline Black tells the story of British black music.

1) the 1950's - Britain becomes an important centre for music.

First broadcast in 1992.

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2) the late 1950's and early 1960's and the role of ports such as Liverpool and Cardiff.

First broadcast in 1992.

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the late 1960's and the early 1970's ska, reggae, mods and skinheads.

First broadcast in 1992.

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the 1970's and early 1980's - soul and jazz funk.

First broadcast in 1992.

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) Pauline explores the mid 1980's up to mid 1990's - rap and hip hop.

First broadcast in 1992.

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6) black artists as a product and the eventual crossover into the mainstream.

First broadcast in 1992.