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The Remarkable Tale of Radio 1: The History of the Nation's Favourite Station, 1967-95 [9781913172121]

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For most people in Britain in the 1970s and 1980s, Radio 1 provided the soundtrack to their lives. Commanding up to 24 million listeners a week, it was the most popular radio station in the world.

An iconic institution and one of the UK's most famous brands, its history and socio-cultural impact is explored in full here for the first time.

Robert Sellers draws on archive material and first-hand interviews with DJs and key personnel to capture the extraordinary story of Radio 1, from its beginnings in 1967 through to its controversial reorganisation in the early nineties.

AUTHOR: Robert Sellers is the author of numerous books on entertainment and popular culture including 'authorised' biographies of Ernie Wise, Kenny Everett and Oliver Reed, the best-selling Hellraisers: The Life and Inebriated Times of Richard Burton, Richard Harris, Peter O'Toole and Oliver Reed, along with histories of Ealing Studios, Handmade Films and the James Bond series.

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9781913172121
ISBN13:
9781913172121
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Author:
Robert Sellers
Publisher:
Omnibus Press
Publication:
20-May-2021
Format:
Hardback
Pages:
352
Weight:
766 Grams