The Mancunian Way

Six-part series in which Mark Radcliffe tells the story of the Manchester music scene.

Episodes

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Factory and the mainstream20190702 (6M)
20101026 (6M)

Part 3: Factory. Mark Radcliffe talks to Tony Wilson, whose Factory label restored Manchester bands to the international stage in the 80s and 90s.

Part 4 Mark focuses on bands such as 10cc, Simply Red and M People, who have kept Manchester at the forefront of mainstream rock and pop.

First broadcast in 2001.

A history of Manchester bands.

Documentary about the Manchester music scene.

Factory and the mainstream20190702 (6M)
20101026 (6M)

Part 3: Factory. Mark Radcliffe talks to Tony Wilson, whose Factory label restored Manchester bands to the international stage in the 80s and 90s.

Part 4 Mark focuses on bands such as 10cc, Simply Red and M People, who have kept Manchester at the forefront of mainstream rock and pop.

First broadcast in 2001.

A history of Manchester bands.

Documentary about the Manchester music scene.

Madchester, Oasis and beyond.20190703 (6M)
20101027 (6M)

5: Mark Radcliffe looks back at the Madchester Years, when the Hacienda was Manchester's leading club, and the Stone Roses and the Happy Mondays revolutionised rock and pop.

6: Mark concludes the series with a chat with Noel Gallagher looking back at Oasis, plus Doves, Badly Drawn Boy and Elbow.

First broadcast in 2001.

5: The Madchester Years. 6: Mark Radcliffe chats with Noel Gallagher, Doves and others.

Documentary about the Manchester music scene.

Madchester, Oasis and beyond.20190703 (6M)
20101027 (6M)

5: Mark Radcliffe looks back at the Madchester Years, when the Hacienda was Manchester's leading club, and the Stone Roses and the Happy Mondays revolutionised rock and pop.

6: Mark concludes the series with a chat with Noel Gallagher looking back at Oasis, plus Doves, Badly Drawn Boy and Elbow.

First broadcast in 2001.

5: The Madchester Years. 6: Mark Radcliffe chats with Noel Gallagher, Doves and others.

Documentary about the Manchester music scene.

Punk and the Beat Boom20190701 (6M)
20101025 (6M)

Parts 1 & 2 of 6. Mark Radcliffe looks back at punk scene and the 60s beat boom.

Mark Radcliffe presents the The Mancunian Way

Punk and the Beat Boom20190701 (6M)
20101025 (6M)

Parts 1 & 2 of 6. Mark Radcliffe looks back at punk scene and the 60s beat boom.

Mark Radcliffe presents the The Mancunian Way

01Parts 1 And 22010102520121113

Mark Radcliffe presents a six-part series telling the story of the Manchester music scene.

In part 1 he looks back at the punk years with Mick Hucknall, Pete Shelley and Mike Pickering and in part 2 he explores the 60s beat boom with the help of Graham Nash. First broadcast in 2001.

Mark Radcliffe looks at the Manchester punk scene and the 1960s beat boom.

01Punk2001021520101022

Mark Radcliffe's account of the Manchester music scene.

The first programme remembers the 1976 punk revolution which influenced every subsequent musical development in the city.

With contributions from Mick Hucknall, Pete Shelley and Mike Pickering.

02Parts 3 And 42010102620121114

Part 3: Factory. Mark Radcliffe talks to Tony Wilson, whose Factory label restored Manchester bands to the international stage in the 80s and 90s.

Part 4 Mark focuses on bands such as 10cc, Simply Red and M People, who have kept Manchester at the forefront of mainstream rock and pop.

First broadcast in 2001.

Mark Radcliffe talks to Tony Wilson and focuses on mainstream Manchester acts.

02The Beat Boom2001022220101023

In this programme, he recalls Manchester's role in the 60s beat boom with the help of Graham Nash and Dave Lee Travis.

03Factory20010301

In this programme, he talks to Tony Wilson, whose Factory label restored Manchester bands to the international stage in the 80s and 90s.

03 LASTParts 5 And 62010102720121115

Mark Radcliffe's six-part series tells the story of the Manchester music scene.

In part 5: Mark looks back at the Madchester Years, when the Hacienda was Manchester's leading club and The Stone Roses and The Happy Mondays revolutionised rock and pop.

In part 6: Mark concludes the series with a chat with Noel Gallagher.

First broadcast 2001.

Mark Radcliffe looks at the Madchester years and chats with Noel Gallagher.

04Mainstream Rock And Pop20010308

This programme focuses on bands like 10cc, Simply Red and M People, who have kept Manchester at the forefront of mainstream rock and pop.

05Madchester Years20010315

This edition recalls the `Madchester Years', when the Hacienda was Manchester's leading club, and the Stone Roses and the Happy Mondays revolutionised rock and pop.

06 LASTNow20010322

In this programme, he is joined by Noel Gallagher to help survey the most recent developments in Manchester's rock and pop.

6M01Parts 1 And 220101025

Mark Radcliffe looks at the Manchester punk scene and the 1960s beat boom.

In part 1 Mark Radcliffe looks back at punk scene Mick Hucknall, Pete Shelley and Mike Pickering and in part 2 to the 60s beat boom with the help of Graham Nash and Dave Lee Travis.

Mark Radcliffe looks at the Manchester punk scene and the 1960s beat boom.

In part 1 Mark Radcliffe looks back at punk scene Mick Hucknall, Pete Shelley & Mike Pickering and in part 2 to the 60s beat boom with the help of Graham Nash and Dave Lee Travis.

6M01Parts 1 And 22010102520110906 (6M)
20121113 (6M)

Mark Radcliffe looks at the Manchester punk scene and the 1960s beat boom.

Mark Radcliffe presents a six-part series telling the story of the Manchester music scene.

In part 1 he looks back at the punk years with Mick Hucknall, Pete Shelley and Mike Pickering and in part 2 he explores the 60s beat boom with the help of Graham Nash and Dave Lee Travis.

In part 1 Mark Radcliffe looks back at punk scene Mick Hucknall, Pete Shelley & Mike Pickering and in part 2 to the 60s beat boom with the help of Graham Nash and Dave Lee Travis.

In part 1 he looks back at the punk years with Mick Hucknall, Pete Shelley and Mike Pickering and in part 2 he explores the 60s beat boom with the help of Graham Nash. First broadcast in 2001.

Mark Radcliffe looks at the Manchester punk scene and the 1960s beat boom.

In part 1 Mark Radcliffe looks back at punk scene Mick Hucknall, Pete Shelley and Mike Pickering and in part 2 to the 60s beat boom with the help of Graham Nash and Dave Lee Travis.

Mark Radcliffe presents a six-part series telling the story of the Manchester music scene.

In part 1 he looks back at the punk years with Mick Hucknall, Pete Shelley and Mike Pickering and in part 2 he explores the 60s beat boom with the help of Graham Nash and Dave Lee Travis.

In part 1 he looks back at the punk years with Mick Hucknall, Pete Shelley and Mike Pickering and in part 2 he explores the 60s beat boom with the help of Graham Nash. First broadcast in 2001.

Mark Radcliffe looks at the Manchester punk scene and the 1960s beat boom.

In part 1 Mark Radcliffe looks back at punk scene Mick Hucknall, Pete Shelley and Mike Pickering and in part 2 to the 60s beat boom with the help of Graham Nash and Dave Lee Travis.

6M01Parts 1 And 220110906
6M01Parts 1 And 220110906

Mark Radcliffe looks at the Manchester punk scene and the 1960s beat boom.

Mark Radcliffe presents a six-part series telling the story of the Manchester music scene.

In part 1 he looks back at the punk years with Mick Hucknall, Pete Shelley and Mike Pickering and in part 2 he explores the 60s beat boom with the help of Graham Nash and Dave Lee Travis.

6M01Punk20101022
6M01Punk20101022

Mark Radcliffe's account of the Manchester music scene. Part 1 of 6: Punk. The first programme remembers the 1976 punk revolution which influenced every subsequent musical development in the city. With contributions from Mick Hucknall, Pete Shelley and Mike Pickering.

Mark Radcliffe begins with his recollection of the 1976 punk revolution.

6M02Parts 3 And 420101026

Mark Radcliffe talks to Tony Wilson and focuses on mainstream Manchester acts.

Part 3: Factory. Mark Radcliffe talks to Tony Wilson, whose Factory label restored Manchester bands to the international stage in the 80s and 90s.

Part 4 Mark focuses on bands such as 10cc, Simply Red and M People, who have kept Manchester at the forefront of mainstream rock and pop.

First broadcast in 2001.

6M02Parts 3 And 42010102620101029
6M02Parts 3 And 42010102620101029
20101029 (6M)
20110907 (6M)
20121114 (6M)

Mark Radcliffe talks to Tony Wilson and focuses on mainstream Manchester acts.

Part 3: Factory.

Mark Radcliffe talks to Tony Wilson, whose Factory label restored Manchester bands to the international stage in the 80s and 90s.

Part 4 Mark focuses on bands such as 10cc, Simply Red and M People, who have kept Manchester at the forefront of mainstream rock and pop.

First broadcast in 2001.

Mark Radcliffe talks to Tony Wilson and focuses on mainstream Manchester acts.

Part 3: Factory.

Mark Radcliffe talks to Tony Wilson, whose Factory label restored Manchester bands to the international stage in the 80s and 90s.

Part 4 Mark focuses on bands such as 10cc, Simply Red and M People, who have kept Manchester at the forefront of mainstream rock and pop.

First broadcast in 2001.

Part 3: Factory. Mark Radcliffe talks to Tony Wilson, whose Factory label restored Manchester bands to the international stage in the 80s and 90s.

6M02Parts 3 And 420101029
6M02Parts 3 And 420101029

6M02Parts 3 And 420110907
6M02The Beat Boom20101023
6M02The Beat Boom20101023

6M03 LASTParts 5 And 620101027

Mark Radcliffe looks at the Madchester years, and the Stone Roses and Happy Mondays.

Part 5: Mark Radcliffe looks back at the Madchester Years, when the Hacienda was Manchester's leading club, and the Stone Roses and the Happy Mondays revolutionised rock and pop.

Part 6: Mark concludes the series with a chat with Noel Gallagher.

First broadcast 2001.

6M03 LASTParts 5 And 62010102720101030
20101030 (6M)
20110908 (6M)
20121115 (6M)

Mark Radcliffe looks at the Madchester years, and the Stone Roses and Happy Mondays.

Part 5: Mark Radcliffe looks back at the Madchester Years, when the Hacienda was Manchester's leading club, and the Stone Roses and the Happy Mondays revolutionised rock and pop.

Part 6: Mark concludes the series with a chat with Noel Gallagher.

First broadcast 2001.

Mark Radcliffe looks at the Madchester years and chats with Noel Gallagher.

Mark Radcliffe's six-part series tells the story of the Manchester music scene.

In part 5: Mark looks back at the Madchester Years, when the Hacienda was Manchester's leading club and The Stone Roses and The Happy Mondays revolutionised rock and pop.

In part 6: Mark concludes the series with a chat with Noel Gallagher.

Mark Radcliffe looks at the Madchester years and chats with Noel Gallagher.

Part 5: Mark Radcliffe looks back at the Madchester Years, when the Hacienda was Manchester's leading club, and the Stone Roses and the Happy Mondays revolutionised rock and pop.

Part 6: Mark concludes the series with a chat with Noel Gallagher.

First broadcast 2001.

Mark Radcliffe looks at the Madchester years, and the Stone Roses and Happy Mondays.

Mark Radcliffe's six-part series tells the story of the Manchester music scene.

In part 5: Mark looks back at the Madchester Years, when the Hacienda was Manchester's leading club and The Stone Roses and The Happy Mondays revolutionised rock and pop.

In part 6: Mark concludes the series with a chat with Noel Gallagher.

6M03 LASTParts 5 And 620101030
6M03 LASTParts 5 And 620101030

6M03 LASTParts 5 And 620110908
6M03 LASTParts 5 And 620110908

Mark Radcliffe looks at the Madchester years and chats with Noel Gallagher.

Part 5: Mark Radcliffe looks back at the Madchester Years, when the Hacienda was Manchester's leading club, and the Stone Roses and the Happy Mondays revolutionised rock and pop.

Part 6: Mark concludes the series with a chat with Noel Gallagher.

First broadcast 2001.