I enjoyed Friday's edition however quite infuriatingly there seemed to be a distinct and gaping Liverpool shaped hole in a programme essentially devoted to the post-punk movement.
I'm not sure why Eric's and Zoo always seem to take a backseat when Factory and Rough Trade have been well documented by the BBC across several other dedicated programmes. The only programme I can remember that featured the Livepool scene was Rock Family Trees but that was in the late 90s.
I dunno, perhaps the Liverpool punk scene was too idiosyncratic to slot neatly into the usual media and cultural perception of the movement as a whole. Perhaps the Livepool scene's love of psychedelia doesn't sit comfortably with the normal preconceptions of what punk stood for.
Either way, good programme but a big fucking glaring ommission (that said the BBC documentary on Krautrock completely missed out the Malcolm Mooney Can lineup).
Time constraints? Ho hum.