ONE DAY THE SHOOK THE WORLD

[ Broadcast on July 12th 1986 - 1 hour:26:minutes ]


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This is a radio documentary that went out almost a year to the day, narrated by the strident tones of Simon Bates, with interviews with producer Dave Aitkey, Stuart Grundy , many of the artists and of course Bob Geldof, it follows the day chronologically.




BAND AID 10th ANNIVERSARY

[ Broadcast on November 6th 1994 - 59 minutes ]


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A group of pop singers and musicians were corralled into a studio in West London at the behest of Bob Geldof to record Do They Know Its Christmas? It quickly became the UKs best-selling single of all time (until surpassed in 1997) and, if only briefly, suggested that pop music really could change the world. This is the story of that day and how the track was put together at such short notice the record was released just four days later. In Feed the World The Band Aid Story youll hear from Bob Geldof, Midge Ure and others. This documentary was broadcast on BBC Radio 1 on 6 November 1994. Its introduced and produced by Trevor Dann.




LIVE AID : 10 YEARS ON (FLAC)


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Live Aid : 10 Years On

Radio 1 has gone back to the master recordings for a five-hour celebration of the first and arguably the best global benefit concert ever, with musical performances from Live Aid plus a chance to hear from those on stage and behind the scenes.




THE WORLD PODCAST

[ 53 minutes ]


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On the 30th anniversary of Live Aid four people who were there at Wembley, Janice Long, Dylan Jones, Mark Ellen and David Hepworth they all talk about what it was like, how it didn't quite happen as planned, how people and press reacted at the time and what it changed about music and media.