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Mark Radcliffe examines Elvis Presley.

Mark Radcliffe examines Elvis Presley.

To complement the BBC's celebration of rock and roll, there's another chance to hear an episode of Mark Radcliffe's series celebrates the misfits, rebels and originals that shaped music in which he considers Elvis Presley.

To complement our celebration of rock and roll, there's another chance to hear an episode of Mark Radcliffe's series celebrates the misfits, rebels and originals that shaped music in which he considers Elvis Presley.

Mark Radcliffe's series celebrating the misfits, rebels and originals that shaped music. Tonight he considers Elvis Presley.

Mark Radcliffe examines Elvis Presley.

To complement the BBC's celebration of rock and roll, there's another chance to hear an episode of Mark Radcliffe's series celebrates the misfits, rebels and originals that shaped music in which he considers Elvis Presley.

Mark Radcliffe examines Elvis Presley.

To complement our celebration of rock and roll, there's another chance to hear an episode of Mark Radcliffe's series celebrates the misfits, rebels and originals that shaped music in which he considers Elvis Presley.

Mark Radcliffe examines Elvis Presley.

Mark Radcliffe's series celebrating the misfits, rebels and originals that shaped music. Tonight he considers Elvis Presley.

01Part 12011022420160419 (6M)
20140218 (6M)
20150630 (6M)
20170427 (6M)

Mark Radcliffe examines the pioneers of rhythm and blues.

Mark Radcliffe examines the pioneers of rhythm and blues.

To complement the our celebration of rock and roll, there's another chance to hear Mark Radcliffe celebrate the extraordinary and influential pioneers of rhythm and blues in the 1940s and 1950s, such as Charles Brown, Johnny Otis, Johnny ""Guitar"" Watson and Ruth Brown, who paved the way for the likes of Bill Haley, Elvis, Little Richard and Jerry Lee Lewis.

To complement the our celebration of rock and roll, there's another chance to hear Mark Radcliffe celebrate the extraordinary and influential pioneers of rhythm and blues in the 1940s and 1950s, such as Charles Brown, Johnny Otis, Johnny ""Guitar"" Watson and Ruth Brown, who paved the way for the likes of Bill Haley, Elvis, Little Richard and Jerry Lee Lewis.

To complement the BBC's celebration of rock and roll, there's another chance to hear Mark Radcliffe celebrate the extraordinary and influential pioneers of rhythm and blues in the 1940s and 1950s, such as Charles Brown, Johnny Otis, Johnny ""Guitar"" Watson and Ruth Brown, who paved the way for the likes of Bill Haley, Elvis, Little Richard and Jerry Lee Lewis.

Mark Radcliffe examines the pioneers of rhythm and blues.

Mark Radcliffe celebrates the extraordinary and influential pioneers of rhythm and blues in the 1940s and 1950s, such as Charles Brown, Johnny Otis, Johnny ""Guitar"" Watson and Ruth Brown.

To complement the our celebration of rock and roll, there's another chance to hear Mark Radcliffe celebrate the extraordinary and influential pioneers of rhythm and blues in the 1940s and 1950s, such as Charles Brown, Johnny Otis, Johnny ""Guitar"" Watson and Ruth Brown, who paved the way for the likes of Bill Haley, Elvis, Little Richard and Jerry Lee Lewis.

Mark Radcliffe examines the pioneers of rhythm and blues.

To complement the BBC's celebration of rock and roll, there's another chance to hear Mark Radcliffe celebrate the extraordinary and influential pioneers of rhythm and blues in the 1940s and 1950s, such as Charles Brown, Johnny Otis, Johnny ""Guitar"" Watson and Ruth Brown, who paved the way for the likes of Bill Haley, Elvis, Little Richard and Jerry Lee Lewis.

Mark Radcliffe examines the pioneers of rhythm and blues.

Mark Radcliffe celebrates the extraordinary and influential pioneers of rhythm and blues in the 1940s and 1950s, such as Charles Brown, Johnny Otis, Johnny ""Guitar"" Watson and Ruth Brown.

Mark Radcliffe examines the pioneers of rhythm and blues.

To complement the BBC's celebration of rock and roll, there's another chance to hear Mark Radcliffe celebrate the extraordinary and influential pioneers of rhythm and blues in the 1940s and 1950s, such as Charles Brown, Johnny Otis, Johnny ""Guitar"" Watson and Ruth Brown, who paved the way for the likes of Bill Haley, Elvis, Little Richard and Jerry Lee Lewis.

01Part 120160531

Mark Radcliffe presents a documentary on the Sex Pistols. Including interviews with John Lydon, Glen Matlock, Malcolm McLaren and others.

02Part 22011022320160422 (6M)
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20150703 (6M)

Mark Radcliffe concludes his celebration of Elvis Presley.

Mark Radcliffe concludes his celebration of Elvis Presley.

Mark Radcliffe's series celebrating the misfits, rebels and originals that shaped music. Tonight he concludes his look at Elvis Presley.

Mark Radcliffe concludes his celebration of Elvis Presley.

As part of the BBC's celebration of rock and roll, another chance to hear the episode of Mark Radcliffe's series on the misfits, rebels and originals that shaped music in which he celebrates Elvis Presley.

As part of our celebration of rock and roll, another chance to hear the episode of Mark Radcliffe's series on the misfits, rebels and originals that shaped music in which he celebrates Elvis Presley.

Mark Radcliffe's series celebrating the misfits, rebels and originals that shaped music. Tonight he concludes his look at Elvis Presley.

As part of the BBC's celebration of rock and roll, another chance to hear the episode of Mark Radcliffe's series on the misfits, rebels and originals that shaped music in which he celebrates Elvis Presley.

As part of the BBC's celebration of rock and roll, another chance to hear the episode of Mark Radcliffe's series on the misfits, rebels and originals that shaped music in which he celebrates Elvis Presley.

As part of our celebration of rock and roll, another chance to hear the episode of Mark Radcliffe's series on the misfits, rebels and originals that shaped music in which he celebrates Elvis Presley.

02Part 22011022520160420 (6M)
20170428 (6M)
20140219 (6M)
20150701 (6M)

To complement our celebration of rock and roll, there's another chance to hear Mark Radcliffe celebrate the extraordinary and influential pioneers of rhythm and blues in the 1940s and 1950s, such as Charles Brown, Johnny Otis, Johnny ""Guitar"" Watson and Ruth Brown, who paved the way for the likes of Bill Haley, Elvis, Little Richard and Jerry Lee Lewis.

To complement our celebration of rock and roll, there's another chance to hear Mark Radcliffe celebrate the extraordinary and influential pioneers of rhythm and blues in the 1940s and 1950s, such as Charles Brown, Johnny Otis, Johnny ""Guitar"" Watson and Ruth Brown, who paved the way for the likes of Bill Haley, Elvis, Little Richard and Jerry Lee Lewis.

Mark Radcliffe celebrates the pioneers of rhythm and blues, including Ruth Brown.

To complement our celebration of rock and roll, there's another chance to hear Mark Radcliffe celebrate the extraordinary and influential pioneers of rhythm and blues in the 1940s and 1950s, such as Charles Brown, Johnny Otis, Johnny ""Guitar"" Watson and Ruth Brown, who paved the way for the likes of Bill Haley, Elvis, Little Richard and Jerry Lee Lewis.

Mark Radcliffe celebrates the pioneers of rhythm and blues, including Ruth Brown.

Mark Radcliffe celebrates the extraordinary and influential pioneers of rhythm and blues in the 1940s and 1950s, such as Charles Brown, Johnny Otis, Johnny ""Guitar"" Watson and Ruth Brown.

Mark Radcliffe celebrates the pioneers of rhythm and blues, including Ruth Brown.

Mark Radcliffe celebrates the pioneers of rhythm and blues, including Ruth Brown.

Mark Radcliffe celebrates the extraordinary and influential pioneers of rhythm and blues in the 1940s and 1950s, such as Charles Brown, Johnny Otis, Johnny ""Guitar"" Watson and Ruth Brown.

Mark Radcliffe celebrates the pioneers of rhythm and blues, including Ruth Brown.

Mark Radcliffe celebrates the extraordinary and influential pioneers of rhythm and blues in the 1940s and 1950s, such as Charles Brown, Johnny Otis, Johnny ""Guitar"" Watson and Ruth Brown.

Mark Radcliffe celebrates the pioneers of rhythm and blues, including Ruth Brown.

Mark Radcliffe celebrates the extraordinary and influential pioneers of rhythm and blues in the 1940s and 1950s, such as Charles Brown, Johnny Otis, Johnny ""Guitar"" Watson and Ruth Brown.

02Part 220160601

A celebration of the misfits, rebels and originals that shaped music.

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Mark Radcliffe looks back on the influential band led by Lou Reed.

As part of BBC Radio 6 Music Celebrates Lou Reed and The Velvet Underground, there's another chance to hear Mark Radcliffe assessment of the band whose first two albums are now recognised as among the most influential ever made, yet on first release in 1967 and 68, they reached the lofty positions of 171 and 199 in the US charts. Since then, their name has been dropped by every hip group from the Ramones to the Sex Pistols, the Jesus and Mary Chain to REM. Featuring contributions from the three surviving members of the original group - Lou Reed, John Cale and Maureen Tucker - plus biographer Victor Bockris, avant-garde composer La Monte Young and famous admirers.

As part of BBC Radio 6 Music Celebrates Lou Reed and The Velvet Underground, there's another chance to hear Mark Radcliffe assessment of the band whose first two albums are now recognised as among the most influential ever made, yet on first release in 1967 and 68, they reached the lofty positions of 171 and 199 in the US charts. Since then, their name has been dropped by every hip group from the Ramones to the Sex Pistols, the Jesus and Mary Chain to REM. Featuring contributions from the three surviving members of the original group - Lou Reed, John Cale and Maureen Tucker - plus biographer Victor Bockris, avant-garde composer La Monte Young and famous admirers.

Mark Radcliffe looks back on the influential band led by Lou Reed.

As part of BBC Radio 6 Music Celebrates Lou Reed and The Velvet Underground, there's another chance to hear Mark Radcliffe assessment of the band whose first two albums are now recognised as among the most influential ever made, yet on first release in 1967 and 68, they reached the lofty positions of 171 and 199 in the US charts. Since then, their name has been dropped by every hip group from the Ramones to the Sex Pistols, the Jesus and Mary Chain to REM. Featuring contributions from the three surviving members of the original group - Lou Reed, John Cale and Maureen Tucker - plus biographer Victor Bockris, avant-garde composer La Monte Young and famous admirers.