Earplugs And Eyeliner - The Iggy Pop Story

Chrissie Hynde tells the story of one of the great rock icons of our age and godfather of the punk rock movement, Mr James 'Iggy Pop' Osterberg.

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Earplugs and Eyeliner.

Number one fan Chrissie Hynde tells Iggy Pop's extraordinary story.

Number 1 fan Chrissie Hynde tells Iggy Pop's extraordinary story.

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Chrissie Hynde tells the story of James 'Iggy Pop' Osterberg.

Chrissie Hynde tells the story of James 'Iggy Pop' Osterberg.

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Pretenders vocalist Chrissie Hynde describes the evolution of James Newell Osterberg from diligent schoolboy to rock icon.

Pretenders vocalist Chrissie Hynde describes the evolution of James Newell Osterberg from diligent schoolboy to rock icon.

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In celebration of rock 'n' roll hero and 6 Music presenter Iggy Pop's 70th birthday, another chance to hear a programme first broadcast in 2005, in which Pretenders vocalist and Iggy Pop fan Chrissie Hynde describes the evolution of James Newell Osterberg from diligent schoolboy to rock icon.

The programme features contributions from Glen Matlock, who worked with Iggy on the 1980 album Soldier and was the bassist in the Sex Pistols, who covered the Stooges' No Fun, journalist Chris Charlesworth, who has vivid memories of time spent with Iggy, biographer Joe Ambrose, photographer Mick Rock, Boy George and writer and broadcaster Miranda Sawyer.

Chrissie Hynde tells the story of James 'Iggy Pop' Osterberg.

In celebration of rock 'n' roll hero and 6 Music presenter Iggy Pop's 70th birthday, another chance to hear a programme first broadcast in 2005, in which Pretenders vocalist and Iggy Pop fan Chrissie Hynde describes the evolution of James Newell Osterberg from diligent schoolboy to rock icon.

The programme features contributions from Glen Matlock, who worked with Iggy on the 1980 album Soldier and was the bassist in the Sex Pistols, who covered the Stooges' No Fun, journalist Chris Charlesworth, who has vivid memories of time spent with Iggy, biographer Joe Ambrose, photographer Mick Rock, Boy George and writer and broadcaster Miranda Sawyer.

Chrissie Hynde tells the story of James 'Iggy Pop' Osterberg.

In celebration of rock 'n' roll hero and 6 Music presenter Iggy Pop's 70th birthday, another chance to hear a programme first broadcast in 2005, in which Pretenders vocalist and Iggy Pop fan Chrissie Hynde describes the evolution of James Newell Osterberg from diligent schoolboy to rock icon.

The programme features contributions from Glen Matlock, who worked with Iggy on the 1980 album Soldier and was the bassist in the Sex Pistols, who covered the Stooges' No Fun, journalist Chris Charlesworth, who has vivid memories of time spent with Iggy, biographer Joe Ambrose, photographer Mick Rock, Boy George and writer and broadcaster Miranda Sawyer.

Chrissie Hynde tells the story of James 'Iggy Pop' Osterberg.

In celebration of rock 'n' roll hero and 6 Music presenter Iggy Pop's 70th birthday, another chance to hear a programme first broadcast in 2005, in which Pretenders vocalist and Iggy Pop fan Chrissie Hynde describes the evolution of James Newell Osterberg from diligent schoolboy to rock icon.

The programme features contributions from Glen Matlock, who worked with Iggy on the 1980 album Soldier and was the bassist in the Sex Pistols, who covered the Stooges' No Fun, journalist Chris Charlesworth, who has vivid memories of time spent with Iggy, biographer Joe Ambrose, photographer Mick Rock, Boy George and writer and broadcaster Miranda Sawyer.

Chrissie Hynde tells the story of James 'Iggy Pop' Osterberg.