BBC Radio 4 "How Jazz Changed Britain"

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BBC Radio 4 "How Jazz Changed Britain"

Post by Gmemg » Mon Dec 11, 2017 5:09 pm

This was a programme Broadcast yesterday on radio 4 - i know little about Jazz so cannot really comment on the Veracity of it but it seemed accurate ! and not only that but uncluttered by Boring "experts" no mention of Matrix Numbers , no mention of "learned Societies" no Proudie, no Tristrams, no flannel , no fatuous Trendy Women presenters

so actually Informative and interesting - BBC PLEASE NOTE above - KEEP PROUDIE & "TRIS"OFF THE HOME SERVICE

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