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Pop on Trial

> Pop on Trial on BBC Four at 2009-11-14 01:45:00
1980s: Stuart Maconie puts pop in the dock to decide upon the most influential musical decade. ABC's Martin Fry, Soul II Soul's Jazzie B and Miranda Sawyer judge the 1980s.

> Pop on Trial on BBC Four at 2009-05-06 23:25:00
Finale: Stuart Maconie hosts as a jury of music experts including Paul Morley, Lauren Laverne and Noddy Holder come to a verdict on the most influential and important decade for pop.

> Pop on Trial on BBC Four at 2009-04-29 23:30:00
1990s: Stuart Maconie puts 1990s pop in the dock to decide if it is music's most important decade. Goldie, Caitlin Moran and Paolo Hewitt debate Britpop and manufactured bands.

> Pop on Trial on BBC Four at 2009-04-29 23:30:00
1980s: Stuart Maconie puts pop in the dock to decide upon the most influential musical decade. ABC's Martin Fry, Soul II Soul's Jazzie B and Miranda Sawyer judge the 1980s.

> Pop on Trial on BBC Four at 2009-04-29 22:30:00
1980s: Stuart Maconie puts pop in the dock to decide upon the most influential musical decade. ABC's Martin Fry, Soul II Soul's Jazzie B and Miranda Sawyer judge the 1980s.

> Pop on Trial on BBC Four at 2009-04-22 23:30:00
1970s: Stuart Maconie puts pop in the dock to decide which has been the most influential musical decade. Judgement is made on the 70s, the decade of glam, funk, punk and disco.

> Pop on Trial on BBC Four at 2009-04-15 23:30:00
1960s: Stuart Maconie puts pop in the dock to decide which has been the most influential musical decade. Neil Innes and Tony Blackburn help make the case for the 1960s.

> Pop on Trial on BBC Four at 2009-04-08 23:30:00
1950s: Stuart Maconie puts pop in the dock to decide which has been the most influential musical decade. Judgement is made on the 1950s as rock and roll begins with Elvis.

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