Click for larger image Radio 1's Big Weekend
2006
Click for larger image Queen of the festivals, Edith is at it again this time for the free Radio 1's Big Weekend

Click for larger image Radio 1's Big Weekend
2007
Click for larger image Radio 1's massive free festival from Preston

Click for larger image Reading and Leeds Festival
2006
Click for larger image For the first time on the BBC, the Reading and Leeds Festival is broadcast in 2006

Click for larger image Reading + Leeds
2010
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Click for larger image Re:covered
2002
Click for larger image Re:covered shown on BBC Choice presented by Dermot O'Leary was a series of ten programmes which featured three bands who played 2 songs - a track of their own and a cover version of another artist.

Click for larger image The Rock N Roll Years
1994
Click for larger image The original set of programmes, made in the 1980s, went up to 1980. However, in 1994, the BBC gave the 1980s the Rock & Roll Years treatment. Sadly, they've never done the 1990s.

Click for larger image Routes of Rock
2001
Click for larger image Another regional music programme by Carlton. An eight part documentary series, exploring London's pop music industry.  The show was in fact broadcast between July 1999 to September 1999.  Then there was another series of the same name with eight parts broadcast between July 2000 to September 2000.  The series in 1999 and 2000 had different episodes.

Click for larger image The Roxy
1980s
Click for larger image This Tyne-Tees music show was presented by Kevin Sharkey and David "Kid" Jensen, following the demise of "The Tube" a few months earlier.  It featured the music chart as featured on its sister programme, The Network Chart Show, a radio show broadcast on local independant radio stations nationwide.  After an industrial dispute which saw the end of live performances.  The failure to keep up in the ratings with Top Of The Pops, and the fact that "The Tube" had already achieved a huge fanbase and respect from artists, plus artists didnt want to travel to Newcastle for a 3 minute slot when they could get to the BBC in London easier, meant the show was cancelled on April 5th 1988.