First up is Peter Howarth, the lead singer of The Hollies. In this Vintage TV show he’ll be telling the stories behind his vintage playlist, including classic tracks from such legends as Glenn Miller, Roy Orbison, Don Henley, Stevie Wonder and, of course, The Hollies.
5.30pm – Peter Howarth: My Vintage
An hour later and you may be asking yourself Can You Feel The Love Tonight? or is that a Candle In The Wind? Yes Vintage TV is trawling through the video archvies to bring us a celebration of flabmoyant singign superstar Elton John. We’ll be able to enjoy classics such as Don’t Go Breaking My Heart, Tiny Dancer and Your Song.
Vintage say, “We’re proudly celebrating the musical genius of the one and only Rocket Man, who remembers when rock was young…”
6.30pm – Elton John: Rocket Man
Round your evening up with former Top of the Pops personality and BBC Radio 2’s queen of pop Janice Long.
Long is back at the 12 Bar Club for another Review Show session. In this edition we’ll be joining Janice as she talks to Cockney Rebel Steve Harley, singer/songwriter Nell Bryden and journalist Michael Booker.
Up for discussion is Aretha Franklin’s ‘I Never Loved A Man The Way I Love You’ and ‘Bandwagonesque’ by Teenage Fanclub.
8.30pm – The Janice Long Review Show
Vintage TV airs on Sky 369, Virgin 343 and Freesat 515