Britain’s Most Dangerous Songs: Listen to the Banned
From My Little Stick of Blackpool Rock to God Save the Queen, this is the story of ten records from the 1930s to the present day that have been banned by the BBC. The reasons why these songs were censored reveals the changing controversies around youth culture over the last 75 years, with Bing Crosby and the Munchkins among the unlikely names to have met the wrath of the BBC. (BBC 4)
More Dangerous Songs: And the Banned Played On
Follow up to Britains Most Dangerous Songs, this is a compilation of songs previously banned by the BBC including Lola by the Kinks, Jackie by Scott Walker and We Don’t Need this Fascist Groove Thang by Heaven 17.
The Rolling Stones
Today marks the anniversary of the Rolling Stones first ever gig, at the Marquee Club in London THE ROLLING STONES FIRST EVER GIG ANNIVERSARY
Sadly today is also the day the last founding member of The Ramones, Tommy Ramone passed away Tommy Ramone Interview