Genome: [r1 Bd=19950108]"A six-part series that explores the impact of musicians who broke the rules and dared to be different; artists profiled include the KLF, the Sex

Pistols and the Velvet


1:Elvis.The King would have been 60 today and tonight's programme looks at the first rock 'n' roll maverick. It features comments from his first guitarist Scotty Moore , manager Colonel Tom Parker , songwriter Jerry Leiber , Sun Records founder Sam Phillips , RCA producer Chet Atkins , biographer Roy Carr and rare Elvis archive material."

Genome: [r1 Bd=19950108] Guitarist: Scotty Moore

Unknown: Colonel Tom Parker

Songwriter: Jerry Leiber

Unknown: Sam Phillips

Producer: Chet Atkins

Unknown: Roy Carr

Genome: [r1 Bd=19950115]"A six-part series looking at the impact of musicians who broke the rules and dared to be different.

2: R 'n' B Pioneers

Celebrating the unsung heroes of rock 'n' roll with a look at the rhythm and blues of Wynonie Harris ,

Big Joe Turner and Charles Brown , and featuring interviews with Jerry Wexler from Atlantic Records,

Art Rupe from Speciality

Records, Charles Brown ,

Johnny Otis , Ruth Brown and Little Richard."

Genome: [r1 Bd=19950115] Unknown: Wynonie Harris

Unknown: Joe Turner

Unknown: Charles Brown

Unknown: Jerry Wexler

Unknown: Art Rupe

Unknown: Johnny Otis

Unknown: Ruth Brown

Unknown: Little Richard.

Genome: [r1 Bd=19950122]"Mark Radcliffe introduces the six-part series about the artists who broke the rules.

3: The Velvet Underground Their first two albums are now recognised as among the most innovative and influential ever made, yet when they were released in 1967 and 1968, they only reached the 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. With comments from Lou Reed

, John Cale ,

Maureen Tucker and the Velvets' biographer, Victor Bockris."

Genome: [r1 Bd=19950122] Introduces: Mark Radcliffe

Unknown: Lou Reed

Unknown: John Cale

Unknown: Maureen Tucker

Unknown: Victor Bockris.

Genome: [r1 Bd=19950129]"Continuing the series on the impact of musicians who broke the rules and dared to be different.

Presented by Mark Radcliffe. 4: Dylan

The songwriter who articulated the feelings of his generation or an opportunist who jumped on the protest bandwagon to make it? The poet who made rock literate or the poser who dragged it into a pretentious quagmire? Any way you look at him, a. maverick. Featuring comments from Joan Baez ,

Allen Ginsberg ,

Mary Travers , Robbie Robertson ,

Pete Seeger , Mark Knopfier and Dylan himself."

Genome: [r1 Bd=19950129] Presented By: Mark Radcliffe.

Unknown: Joan Baez

Unknown: Allen Ginsberg

Unknown: Mary Travers

Unknown: Robbie Robertson

Unknown: Pete Seeger

Unknown: Mark Knopfier

Genome: [r1 Bd=19950205]"Mark Radcliffe introduces a six-part series looking at the impact of artists who broke the rules.

5: The Sex Pistols

At the end of 1976 they sparked off the most controversial and influential musical movement since rock began... punk. But were they dangerous innovators or mere pawns in the Great Rock 'n' Roll

Swindle? Featuring comments from John Lydon

, Glen Matlock ,

Malcolm McLaren ,

Jamie Reid , Richard Branson and writer Jon Savage."

Genome: [r1 Bd=19950205] Unknown: John Lydon

Unknown: Glen Matlock

Unknown: Malcolm McLaren

Unknown: Jamie Reid

Unknown: Richard Branson

Unknown: Jon Savage.