EMMA CASSON IN THE BBC ARCHIVES RESEARCHING FOR OUR PROGRAMME
ABOUT BBC LOCAL RADIO’S 50TH ANNIVERSARY, 2017
Spring cleaning some audio folders the other day I came across an interview I did in 2006 with the legendary Smokey Robinson.
It was recorded for promotional use to support the release of a CD Best Of and I’m not sure whether it was ever broadcast in the UK. Our Jamie says it’s very interesting so we thought we’d post it here. My favourite bit is where we discuss Pete Townshend and the use of the word ‘substitute’. Let us know what you think.