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    It's Nick Drake Night tonight!

    21:00–22:30 The Songs of Nick Drake: Way to Blue
    Modern day troubadours present their own interpretations of Nick Drake's songs.

    22:30–23:20 Nick Drake: A Skin Too Few
    Profile of Nick Drake, who died in 1974 but whose three albums have been very influential. (R)

    23:20–00:20 Guitar Heroes at the BBC
    Part VI
    6/6. With the Who, the Faces, Focus, Davy Graham, Ralph McTell, Nils Lofgren and Ted Nugent. (R)


    .......then the Nick Drake programmes start again at twenty past midnight

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    The nick drakee doc is great Good call Chris
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    The concert is on at the moment very nice..dare I say it but so far a few of the covers have been better than the originals especially Lisa Hanrigans version of At the chime of a City Clock...beautiful.


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    Quote Originally Posted by Dalek Supreme D L View Post
    The concert is on at the moment very nice..dare I say it but so far a few of the covers have been better than the originals especially Lisa Hanrigans version of At the chime of a City Clock...beautiful.


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    "Time has told me" got thoroughly murdered though....
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    Had to watch it twice i enjoyed it so much. Pink moon duet was the highlight for me

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    I was disappointed - at best it was a 'curate's egg'. It all seemed to be done with misplaced reverence.

    Agree that 'At the Chime of a City Clock' and 'Pink Moon', were done well, also the instrumental duet between Danny Thompson and the pianist (Zoe sombody?)

    The programme did however encourage me to go and play the originals.

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    Dr Feelgood / Ian Dury / Stiff Records


    21:00–22:50 Oil City Confidential: Dr Feelgood
    Director Julien Temple celebrates the early Seventies Essex rhythm and blues band.

    22:50–23:50 Sight and Sound in Concert Dr Feelgood and Ian Dury
    Ian Dury and the Blockheads, Chaz Jankel and Dr Feelgood perform at Queen Mary College.

    23:50–01:20 If It Ain't Stiff
    Adrian Edmondson narrates a documentary chronicling the story of Stiff Records.



    ......then it's the Dr. Feelgood doc. again at 01:20

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    Looks like a good night's viewing.
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    At 9:00 tonight, 'Tom Petty & The Heartbreakers: Runnin' Down a Dream'. A four hour long profile of the man and his band by Peter Bogdanovich. Hope there isn't too much 'talking heads'.

    If you think four hours' worth is just too much to take in: why not watch Scartlett Johansson in the film 'The Island' on ITV2 until 11:40, then tune to BBC4?

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