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    Lots of fun & frolics on TV tonight especially for fans of crusty old rock music.


    Here's the list:
    Now playing -
    19:00–21:00 New Year's Day Concert 2010
    The Vienna Philharmonic Orchestra perform at the Musikverein, conducted by Georges Prκtre.

    21:00–22:00 Guitar Heroes at the BBC Part V
    5/6. Including Johnny Thunders, Duane Eddy, Robin Trower, Peter Green, BB King and Joan Jett.

    22:00–22:50 Queen: The Legendary 1975 Concert
    Queen in concert at London's Hammersmith Odeon on Christmas Eve 1975. (R)

    22:50–23:35 Sounds for Saturday: The Faces
    Concert by the Faces, including the songs Maybe I'm Amazed and Miss Judy's Farm. (R)

    23:35–00:35 Guitar Heroes at the BBC
    Part VI
    6/6. With the Who, the Faces, Focus, Davy Graham, Ralph McTell, Nils Lofgren and Ted Nugent.

    00:35–01:20 Rock Goes to College
    Tom Petty
    Tom Petty and the Heartbreakers in concert at Oxford Polytechnic in 1980. (R)

    01:20–02:50 Les Paul: Chasing Sound
    Documentary profiling Les Paul, creator of the solid-body electric guitar. (R)

    02:50–04:20 Peter Green: Man of the World
    After battling mental illness, ex-Fleetwood Mac frontman Peter Green is recording
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    Thanks for the heads up Chris - looks like I'm going to be turfing my son off his Playstation for 9 pm.

    Chris

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    Queen are on at the moment
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    .......... more this week.
    If you can wait for all the stuff about Neil Sedaka to finish, afterwards there's a fab jazz frenzy!!

    22:45–23:25
    Jazz 625- Art Blakey and the Jazz Messengers
    1965 concert by Art Blakey and the Jazz Messengers, one of America's top jazz groups.

    (R)23:25–00:00
    Jazz 625 Modern Jazz Quartet
    1964 performance by the Modern Jazz Quartet with a guest appearance from Laurindo Almeida. (R)

    00:45–01:15
    Jazz 625 Oscar Peterson
    A restored version of a session by jazz pianist Oscar Peterson from October 1964.

    01:15–02:15
    Arena - Cool
    How the American jazz music of the 1940s and 50s gave birth to the notion of 'cool'.

    02:15–02:50
    Jazz 625 - The Thelonious Monk Quartet
    1960s concert featuring jazz pianist Thelonious Monk and his quartet.

    02:50–04:15
    Storyville - The Jazz Baroness
    Documentary about the British baroness who fell in love with jazz genius Thelonious Monk.

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    Eno-Fest tonight...............starts in 2 minutes!!

    21:00–22:00 Arena
    Brian Eno - Another Green World

    A profile of Brian Eno, former Roxy Music keyboardist and a pioneer in ambient music.

    22:00–23:00
    Brian Eno: Hits, Classics and Tracks

    Paul Morley talks about some of Brian Eno's hit tracks, including Heroes and Viva La Vida.

    23:00–23:55
    The Roxy Music Story

    Profile of the glam band Roxy
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    Several musical progs tonight, I'll be watching Ry Cooder on TOGWT

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    Never use the word 'Prog' in vain thats my job

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    Yeah mate,
    I've been wondering about that!

    By the way, I've been meaning to congratulate you on your lexicographical acuity for some time now, you're absolutely correct:
    Prog is not a four letter word, it is, in fact, the abbreviation of an eleven letter word.

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    Tonight 5th March starts with Schubert then the rest of the night is dedicated to Heavy metal so get out the air guitars
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