Amy Winehouse fans needed for new BBC Four TV documentary The People’s History Of Pop.
BBC Four are working on a new five-part television series The People’s History of Pop by charting the progression of popular music from the 1950s to the 2000s using the stories of those love it the most – the fans (www.bbc.co.uk/peoplespop)
From the BBC Four People’s History Of Pop website:
Five decades of British rock and pop music, told by the people who loved it most – the fans.
The BBC is collecting photos, audio & video of your cherished music memorabilia – ticket stubs, diary entries, teen band recordings, rare footage and more – to tell the stories of British rock and pop music.
BBC Four are hoping to get in touch with Amy Winehouse fans for the 5th episode (which covers the mid-90s to 2010) to be involved in the documentary.
“We can only feature albums or bands in the doc if fans get in touch with us with their stories and/or memorabilia, so the more Amy Winehouse fans know about the series, the more likely we’ll be able to cover her in the doc.”
To get involved in The People’s History Of Pop
Go to: bbc.co.uk/peoplespop or via email: [email protected]