How Ireland Went Pop [6 Music]

Episodes

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01From the Ballrooms of Romance to Tin Pan Alley20180520 (6M)
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The late Gerry Anderson looks at the success of Irish pop bands.

Gerry Anderson explores the success of Irish pop bands.

Part 1: From the Ballrooms of Romance to Tin Pan Alley. A chance to hear a two-part series first broadcast in 2002, in which the late Irish broadcaster and musician Gerry Anderson looks at the success of Irish pop bands. Including contributions from the late Sir Terry Wogan, whose memorial service takes place this week in Westminster Abbey on the 50th anniversary of his first BBC radio broadcast.

01From The Ballrooms Of Romance To Tin Pan Alley2014041220020000 (6M)
20180520 (6M)
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The late Gerry Anderson looks at the success of Irish pop bands.

Gerry Anderson explores the success of Irish pop bands.

Part 1: From the Ballrooms of Romance to Tin Pan Alley. A chance to hear a two-part series first broadcast in 2002, in which the late Irish broadcaster and musician Gerry Anderson looks at the success of Irish pop bands. Including contributions from the late Sir Terry Wogan, whose memorial service takes place this week in Westminster Abbey on the 50th anniversary of his first BBC radio broadcast.

The late Gerry Anderson looks at the success of Irish pop bands.

Part 1: From The Ballrooms Of Romance To Tin Pan Alley. As part of 6 Music Celebrates Ireland, a chance to hear a two-part series first broadcast in 2002, in which Irish broadcaster and musician Gerry Anderson looks at the success of Irish pop bands.

Part 1: From the Ballrooms of Romance to Tin Pan Alley. A chance to hear a two-part series first broadcast in 2002, in which the late Irish broadcaster and musician Gerry Anderson looks at the success of Irish pop bands.

Part 1: From the Ballrooms of Romance to Tin Pan Alley. A chance to hear a two-part series first broadcast in 2002, in which the late Irish broadcaster and musician Gerry Anderson looks at the success of Irish pop bands. Including contributions from the late Sir Terry Wogan, whose memorial service takes place this week in Westminster Abbey on the 50th anniversary of his first BBC radio broadcast.

Gerry Anderson looks at the impact of acts such as Van Morrison and Thin Lizzy.

02Boomtown, Boy Bands and Beyond20180521 (6M)
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The late Gerry Anderson concludes his look at the success of Irish pop bands.

Gerry Anderson explores the success of Irish pop bands.

02Boomtown, Boy Bands And Beyond2014041320020000 (6M)
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The late Gerry Anderson concludes his look at the success of Irish pop bands.

Gerry Anderson explores the success of Irish pop bands.

The late Gerry Anderson concludes his look at the success of Irish pop bands.

Part 2: Boomtown, Boy Bands and Beyond. Another chance to hear a two-part series first broadcast in 2002, in which the late Irish broadcaster and musician Gerry Anderson looks at the success of Irish pop bands.

The late Gerry Anderson concludes his look at the success of Irish pop bands.

The late Gerry Anderson concludes his look at the success of Irish pop bands.

Part 2: Boomtown, Boy Bands and Beyond. Another chance to hear a two-part series first broadcast in 2002, in which the late Irish broadcaster and musician Gerry Anderson looks at the success of Irish pop bands.

The late Gerry Anderson concludes his look at the success of Irish pop bands.

Part 2: Boomtown, Boy Bands and Beyond. Another chance to hear a two-part series first broadcast in 2002, in which the late Irish broadcaster and musician Gerry Anderson looks at the success of Irish pop bands.

Part 2: Boomtown, Boy Bands and Beyond. Another chance to hear a two-part series first broadcast in 2002, in which the late Irish broadcaster and musician Gerry Anderson looks at the success of Irish pop bands.

02 LASTBoomtown, Boy Bands And Beyond20140413

Part 2: Boomtown, Boy Bands and Beyond. As part of 6 Music Celebrates Ireland, a chance to hear a two-part series first broadcast in 2002, in which Irish broadcaster and musician Gerry Anderson looks at the success of Irish pop bands.

Gerry Anderson concludes his look at the success of Irish pop bands.

Gerry Anderson concludes his look at the success of Irish pop bands.

Part 2: Boomtown, Boy Bands and Beyond. As part of 6 Music Celebrates Ireland, a chance to hear a two-part series first broadcast in 2002, in which Irish broadcaster and musician Gerry Anderson looks at the success of Irish pop bands.