The People’s History of Pop Series 1 (2016-17)

The People’s History of Pop Series 1 (2016-17)
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S01E01: The Birth of the Fan
15 April 2016
Twiggy celebrates the 60s, meeting skiffle musicians, fans of the Shadows, Liverpudlians who frequented the Cavern Club at the height of Merseybeat, Beatles devotees, Ready Steady Go! dancers, mods, lovers of ska, bluebeat and Millie Small, and fans of the Rolling Stones.

Unearthed pop treasures include a recording of John Lennon’s first ever recorded performance with his band the Quarrymen.

S01E02: 1966-1976: The Love Affair
22 July 2016
Writer, journalist and broadcaster Danny Baker looks at the years of his youth – 1966 to 1976 – a time when music fans really let rip.

From the psychedelia of the Beatles’ Sgt Pepper to the birth of the large-scale music festival, this is when hair, sounds and ideas got wilder and looser as a whole new generation of fans got really serious about British pop music and the world around them.

S01E03: 1976-1985 Tribal Gatherings
7 Oct 2016
Pauline Black, lead singer of Two Tone band The Selecter, looks at the years 1976-1985, when she first picked up a guitar and when music got involved in passionate protest and the high street filled with colourful factions of music lovers.

After a lot of big hair and big rock stars, punks brought pop back down to earth and, out of that, music lovers shattered into an array of pop tribes who posed with passion.

S01E04: 1986-1996 All Together Now
25 Nov 2016
Lauren Laverne celebrates the decade 1986-1996 when music had the power to unite fans – even sworn rivals – like never before. It’s a decade that starts with a turn to the alternative, even among the fans of mega pop bands.

We hear from Depeche Mode fans who were invigorated by the band’s darker sounds in Black Celebration – and have saved a lot of memorabilia from the gigs they went to see back then. We also hear from a fan of hip hop who discovered a burgeoning UK hip hop scene when he moved to London and shares footage of his friends MCing and DJing at home.

S01E05: 1997-2010 Closer Than Close
10 March 2017
Sara Cox looks at the time when the internet opened up new worlds for music fans and brought them closer to their musical heroes than ever before. It starts in the years leading up to the year 2000 – a time when information overload and uncertainty about new technologies was creating an anxiety about the future. We hear from fans who loved a band that were tackling this millennial angst head-on with a new album – Radiohead with their 1997 album OK Computer.

As this new technology enters our lives, we meet people who are starting to change the relationship between fans and bands – a fan who saves his favourite band Travis from the bad press reviews of their second album with a letter written to Melody Maker in 1999 and a chart pop fan who manages to meet his favourite pop heroes with an ingenious, homemade piece of memorabilia.

From the same period, we get an insight into the new clubbing trends – from the outfits, photos and magazine articles saved by a pioneer of a new, fan-powered tribe on the dancefloor – the Crasher Kids – who become the identity of Sheffield club Gatecrasher, to a fan whose flyers chart the rise of grassroots sound UK garage, which went from the airwaves of pirate radio and Sunday night clubs scene in London to the top of the charts.

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