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  1. C4 Pioneers - Northern Soul Wigan Casino PIONEERS: WIGAN CASINO Features the original UK club phenomenon Wigan Casino, the Northern Soul Mecca that came into existence long before raves or punk, and was home to Northern Soul kids who took speed and danced all night with total obsession. PIONEERS: NORTHERN SOUL A look behind the scenes at the Wigan Casino, home to the Northern Soul scene, with contributions from Pete Waterman, Bob Stanley from group St. Etienne, US soul singer Tommy Hunt, and DJs Irish Greg, Russ Winstanley, Richard Searling and Keb Darge. Transmission dates Pioneers: 28/11/2002 Northern soul: 17/01/2002 Soul Source news link from 2002 https://www.soul-source.co.uk/articles/news-events/channel-4-wigan-thing-last-nite-r830/ Note - The show has two showings and two titles entered on BFI Was it shown twice or was there 2 separate programmes/versions or just renamed ?
  2. Soul Source music video feature announcement - Music video just added to our in house soul video feature .... Name: C4 Pioneers Wigan Casino 2002 Category: TV/Films Date Added: 08/05/20 Submitter: Mike Video Description: C4 Pioneers - Northern Soul Wigan Casino PIONEERS: WIGAN CASINO Features the original UK club phenomenon Wigan Casino, the Northern Soul Mecca that came into existence long before raves or punk, and was home to Northern Soul kids who took speed and danced all night with total obsession. PIONEERS: NORTHERN SOUL A look behind the scenes at the Wigan Casino, home to the Northern Soul scene, with contributions from Pete Waterman, Bob Stanley from group St. Etienne, US soul singer Tommy Hunt, and DJs Irish Greg, Russ Winstanley, Richard Searling and Keb Darge. Transmission dates Pioneers: 28/11/2002 Northern soul: 17/01/2002 Soul Source news link from 2002 https://www.soul-source.co.uk/articles/news-events/channel-4-wigan-thing-last-nite-r830/ Note - The show has two showings and two titles entered on BFI Was it shown twice or was there 2 separate programmes/versions or just renamed ? watch now... PLAY VIDEO: C4 Pioneers Wigan Casino 2002 Soul Source Soul Music Video Feature
  3. C4 The Voice - God Only Knows Vocal Harmony 2004 (48:41) 25 Jan 2004 – The final episode examines the evolution of harmony singing, from gospel via doo-wop, rhythm & blues, soul and rock to the boy bands of today. Doo-wop was a vibrant musical style and street culture that evolved from gospel, emerging on street corners, where rival gangs held singing battles, and developing into a major and influential musical genre. In spite of its links with gospel, the church viewed doo-wop as the devil's music, as it did rhythm & blues, although it too was inspired by gospel. Motown took harmony singing to a new audience, with a global influence that extended to the Beatles.
  4. Soul Source music video feature announcement - Music video just added to our in house soul video feature .... Name: C4 The Voice - God Only Know: Vocal Harmony 2004 Category: TV/Films Date Added: 03/05/20 Submitter: Mike Video Description: C4 The Voice - God Only Know: Vocal Harmony 2004 (48:41) 25 Jan 2004 – The final episode examines the evolution of harmony singing, from gospel via doo-wop, rhythm & blues, soul and rock to the boy bands of today. Doo-wop was a vibrant musical style and street culture that evolved from gospel, emerging on street corners, where rival gangs held singing battles, and developing into a major and influential musical genre. In spite of its links with gospel, the church viewed doo-wop as the devil's music, as it did rhythm & blues, although it too was inspired by gospel. Motown took harmony singing to a new audience, with a global influence that extended to the Beatles. watch now... PLAY VIDEO: C4 The Voice - God Only Know: Vocal Harmony 2004 Soul Source Soul Music Video Feature
  5. Collectors' Lot was a TV programme produced from 1997 to 2001 by Twofour Broadcast for the United Kingdom's Channel 4. Shown on weekday afternoons, the programme visited every corner of Britain to explore the weird and wonderful things that people choose to collect. The five series of the programme featured over 70 expert craftspeople and restorers at work. During the height of its popularity the show had 2 million viewers a day, making it ' Britain’s most successful daytime antiques and collectibles magazine series' Presenters of Collectors' Lot included Sarah Greene, Sue Cook, Helen Atkinson-Wood and Debbie Thrower.
  6. Gil Scott Heron talks to DJ Sean Rowley about the music that influenced him. click the link under the video for part 2
  7. Programme two - describes Jazz Funk and the Southern Soul underground, a scene that produced the first wave of UK soul stars in the early 80s and the warehouse stars (most notably Soul II Soul) at the end of the decade. Trevor talks to pivotal figures such as Jazzy B, Robert Elms, Mick Hucknall and Pete Waterman - and reflects on how an illegal network of pirate radio stations and warehouse parties was responsible for keeping black music alive in Britain until its eventual crossover ten years ago. http://www.soul-source.co.uk/articles/news-soul/soul-nation-c4-tue-17-june-r1092/
  8. In the final programme, Trevor charts British Soul's move to dominate the mainstream in the 1990s: the new record labels, the first million pound contracts, the false dawn of Nu Soul, the rebirth of pirate radio and British R&B's emerging identity as UK Garage. In conversation with stars such as Ms Dynamite, Craig David and So Solid Crew he explores how, thanks to the dance revolution of the last 15 years, British urban music is now the sound of multicultural Britain made flesh. http://www.soul-source.co.uk/articles/news-soul/soul-nation-c4-tue-17-june-r1092/
  9. Soul Nation Episode 1 of 3 2003/06/17 Trevor explores how Britain first fell in love with R&B - much to the dismay of the authorities - and how white kids fought to keep it alive through the 70s Northern Soul scene. But it was in London that British soul was truly born. Trevor meets many of the stars from this unique and exciting time - Hi-Tension, India Irie, Norman Jay and Imagination's Lee John, the people who helped create a new era in British music. more info via news item here http://www.soul-source.co.uk/articles/news-soul/soul-nation-c4-tue-17-june-r1092/ updated jul 2015 old video used earlier below
  10. C4 Chasing Rainbows Stafford 1986 FIRST BROADCAST: 26 October 1986 C4 DURATION: 50:45 The last programme in the series of music documentaries by Jeremy Marre, it examines the music of ceremony and ritual - from marching bands to folk fairs and circuses, carol singing, Northern Soul, gospel, the Salvation Army, the Royal Tournament and the football terraces' own version of We'll Meet Again. SERIES SYNOPSIS This series of seven one-hour music documentaries by the distinguished film-maker Jeremy Marre - which was three years in the making - takes its limits from the geographical boundaries of England and approaches music through contemporary eyes. The series asks the question - what is the role of music in the British way of life? Note: Thevideo is via C4 On demand - meaning you need to hit the link and then sign in ( or join) to watch https://www.channel4.com/programmes/chasing-rainbows/on-demand/2642-007 CHASING RAINBOWS - A NATION AND ITS MUSIC Documentary series which looks at the expression of British society through its music and entertainment. C4 14/9-26/10/86 clip from this episode CHASING RAINBOWS - A NATION AND ITS MUSIC: POMP AND CIRCUMSTANCE: MUSIC AND RITUAL broadcast 26/10/1986 Documentary which looks at the role of music in English ritual and bands; with marching bands in West Bromwich, the Brass Bands of Lancashire, carol singers, festival singers, Northern Soul, fairground organs, gospel choirs, circus bands, drum corps, the Salvation Army and chants from the football terraces. Note recently broadcast via btvision
  11. A breezy 4 minute look at Northern Soul in the 90s from C4 The Word 1993. Fronted by Dani Behr involving car parks, Blackpool, familiar faces, prime cuts and more
  12. Soul Source music video feature announcement - Music video just added to our in house soul video feature .... Name: 1986 - chasing rainbows - stafford -c4 Category: TV/Films Date Added: 06/12/19 Submitter: Mike Video Description: FIRST BROADCAST: 26 October 1986 C4 DURATION: 50:45 The last programme in the series of music documentaries by Jeremy Marre, it examines the music of ceremony and ritual - from marching bands to folk fairs and circuses, carol singing, Northern Soul, gospel, the Salvation Army, the Royal Tournament and the football terraces' own version of We'll Meet Again. SERIES SYNOPSIS This series of seven one-hour music documentaries by the distinguished film-maker Jeremy Marre - which was three years in the making - takes its limits from the geographical boundaries of England and approaches music through contemporary eyes. The series asks the question - what is the role of music in the British way of life? video is via C4 On demand - meaning you need to hit the link and then sign in( or join) to watch https://www.channel4.com/programmes/chasing-rainbows/on-demand/2642-007 CHASING RAINBOWS - A NATION AND ITS MUSIC Documentary series which looks at the expression of British society through its music and entertainment. C4 14/9-26/10/86 clip from this episode CHASING RAINBOWS - A NATION AND ITS MUSIC: POMP AND CIRCUMSTANCE: MUSIC AND RITUAL broadcast 26/10/1986 Documentary which looks at the role of music in English ritual and bands; with marching bands in West Bromwich, the Brass Bands of Lancashire, carol singers, festival singers, Northern Soul, fairground organs, gospel choirs, circus bands, drum corps, the Salvation Army and chants from the football terraces. recently broadcast via btvision watch now... PLAY VIDEO: 1986 - chasing rainbows - stafford -c4 Soul Source Soul Music Video Feature
  13. Soul Source Video feature An online reference /videos/ Name: 2003 - Soul Nation - C4 - Episode 1 of 3 Category: TV Docs Date Added: 2015-07-25 Submitter: mike Soul Nation Episode 1 of 3 2003/06/17 Trevor explores how Britain first fell in love with R&B - much to the dismay of the authorities - and how white kids fought to keep it alive through the 70s Northern Soul scene. But it was in London that British soul was truly born. Trevor meets many of the stars from this unique and exciting time - Hi-Tension, India Irie, Norman Jay and Imagination's Lee John, the people who helped create a new era in British music. more info via news item here https://www.soul-source.co.uk/articles/news-soul/soul-nation-c4-tue-17-june-r1092/ updated jul 2015 old video used earlier below 2003 - Soul Nation - C4 - Episode 1 of 3
  14. If you've ever been clubbing, this History of House Music is a must see. Starting out with the funky disco days of 70s New York, it goes in-depth and tells how house music was born, what it meant and how it evolved into a myriad of different genres and spread across the globe. We are shown locations of legendary clubs, record companies and shops, introduced to different ways of dj'ing, and get to see how advances in technology has influenced the music. Long interviews of household names like Paul Okenfold, Carl Cox, Pete Tong, Goldie, The Shamen, Leftfield, Underworld, Youth, Tony Wilson, and Armin van Helden to name just a few. 2001 Channel 4 documentary "Pump Up The Volume" The History of House Music Directed by Carl Hindmarch Part 1: Time To Jack Part 2: Can You Feel It Part 3: From Handbag To Hardcore Featuring: Mel Cheren (West End Records) David DePino (Paradise Garage) Larry Levan (DJ) Paul Oakenfold (DJ) Little Louie Vega (DJ) Luis Santiago (Garage Regular) Scott Smokin' Silz (The Hot Mix 5) Vince Lawrence (DJ) Frankie Knuckles (DJ) Robert Williams (The Warehouse/The Muzic Box) Farley 'Jackmaster' Funk (DJ) Duane Buford Jesse Saunders Screamin' Rachel Cain (Warehouse Regular) Chip E (Imports Etc) Steve 'Silk' Hurley Joe Smooth Byron Stingily (Ten City) Ron Hardy (DJ) Marshall Jefferson Andre Hatchett (Muzic Box Regular) DJ Pierre Derrick May (DJ) Charles Matlock (Muzic Box Regular)
  15. Soul Source music video feature announcement Name: Collectors Lot - C4 Tv Show Mod Clip Category: TV Shows Date Added: 2016-10-10 Submitter: mike Video Description: Collectors' Lot was a TV programme produced from 1997 to 2001 by Twofour Broadcast for the United Kingdom's Channel 4. Shown on weekday afternoons, the programme visited every corner of Britain to explore the weird and wonderful things that people choose to collect. The five series of the programme featured over 70 expert craftspeople and restorers at work. During the height of its popularity the show had 2 million viewers a day, making it ' Britain’s most successful daytime antiques and collectibles magazine series'.[3] Presenters of Collectors' Lot included Sarah Greene, Sue Cook, Helen Atkinson-Wood and Debbie Thrower. watch now... Collectors Lot - C4 Tv Show Mod Clip   Soul Source Video Feature 2016
  16. Soul Source music video feature announcement - Just added.... Name: Gil Scott Heron - All Back To Mine - C4 - 2000 Category: TV/Films Date Added: 2017-04-01 Submitter: mike Video Description: Gil Scott Heron talks to DJ Sean Rowley about the music that influenced him. click the link under the video for part 2 watch now... Gil Scott Heron - All Back To Mine - C4 - 2000 Soul Source Soul Music Video Feature 2017
  17. Soul Source music video feature announcement - Music video just added to our in house soul video feature .... Name: C4 Soul Nation Episode 3 of 3 2004 Category: TV/Films Date Added: 03/05/20 Submitter: Mike Video Description: In the final programme, Trevor charts British Soul's move to dominate the mainstream in the 1990s: the new record labels, the first million pound contracts, the false dawn of Nu Soul, the rebirth of pirate radio and British R&B's emerging identity as UK Garage. In conversation with stars such as Ms Dynamite, Craig David and So Solid Crew he explores how, thanks to the dance revolution of the last 15 years, British urban music is now the sound of multicultural Britain made flesh. http://www.soul-source.co.uk/articles/news-soul/soul-nation-c4-tue-17-june-r1092/ watch now... PLAY VIDEO: C4 Soul Nation Episode 3 of 3 2004 Soul Source Soul Music Video Feature


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