Charting the life and music of Ricky Martin.
A look at the life and music of Jamiroquai.
A profile of the Black Eyed Peas.
Grammy-nominated R&B singer Blu Cantrell.
Kiwi singer Daniel Bedingfield.
Alternative rock outfit Snow Patrol.
British indie rock trio Keane.
Musical prodigy Alicia Keys breaks sales records.
Punk rockers Green Day.
Irish family The Corrs dominates the music charts in their homeland.
Scotland's Mercury Prize-winning modern-rock quartet Franz Ferdinand.
French electronica duo Nicolas Godin and Jean-Beniot Dunckel.
Profile of singing and acting superstar Beyoncé Knowles, who started her career in the hugely successful group Destiny's Child and has gone on to solo stardom.
British band the Darkness brings back the hard-rock sound of the late 1970s.
California pop of the 1960s and 1970s influences Dublin-based band the Thrills.
From long-haired rock balladeer to successful actor, a look at the surprising career of the man called Meatloaf; a chance to discover what exactly he won't do for love.
Charting the life and music of The Doves.
The Chemical Brothers.
Eclectic pop composer Beck.
Guitar-playing singer-songwriter Tracy Chapman got her big break when she played at Nelson Mandela's satellite-linked 70th birthday concert at Wembley Stadium in London in 1988.
Canadian group Sum 41 blends pop-punk and hip-hop.
Former Spice Girl Melanie Chisholm forges a solo musical identity.
This episode features Tom Jones.
Profile of the million-selling singer-songwriter Pink; since her start in music in high school in Pennsylvania, she has won many awards, including several Grammys, and has worked with producers Babyface and William Orbit.
Dance-pop artist and actress Samantha Mumba.
James Blunt habla sobre su carrera y el éxito.
Singer-songwriter Richard Ashcroft works as front man for The Verve.
Grammy-winner Alanis Morissette.
Profile of the Canadian rock band Nickelback, who started as a small town cover band before moving to Vancouver in 1996; recording the first album "Curb", which led to worldwide success.
Northern Ireland rockers, Ash.
Hip-hop producer Wyclef Jean forms The Fugees and remixes albums.
After the death of Kurt Cobain, Nirvana drummer Dave Grohl takes center stage as the lead singer of the Foo Fighters.
Rap artist Ja Rule helps to launch the careers of other stars.
British guitar-pop group Blur's catchy hits bring them cross-over success in the United States.
House music act, Faithless.
Music program profiling popular musical artists. This edition looks at the career of rock star Lenny Kravitz.
An interview with the prodigiously successful Irish pop band, Westlife.
New York rockers discuss their first album.
Northern Ireland rockers, Ash.
Australian actress and musician Kylie Minogue.
The American alternative metal act, Staind.
Gloomy baritone Nick Cave's singular brand of literary Gothicism leads to ground-breaking post-punk albums.
Portuguese-Canadian singer/songwriter Nelly Furtado blends diverse influences into memorable tunes.
Sting's musical career is profiled.
Butch Vig and Shirley Manson discuss the band Garbage.
Sky Edwards' smooth vocals and musicians Paul and Ross Godfrey's fusion of funk and blues conquer the genre.
Members of a British quartet discuss their albums and lyrics.
Profile of British reggae band UB40.
Southern California band the Red Hot Chili Peppers blast their way onto the alternative charts.
Welsh band Manic Street Preachers attempt to restore revolutionary leanings to rock.
Ireland-based trio JJ72 produce guitar-driven, independent rock.
Fun Lovin' Criminals.
Archive footage and interviews with Swedish band the Cardigans.
A profile of patch-wearing pop star Gabrielle, who was catapulted to stardom in 1993 with her number-one single "Dreams", and recently received an Ivor Novello Award for her songs.
The music and on-stage antics that made Alice Cooper a rock legend.
An in-depth profile of recording artist Sinead O'Connor.
Fatboy Slim, a former DJ, discusses his career as a solo artist.
Welsh singer/songwriter David Gray.
Macy Gray discusses her career and rise to fame.
DJ-turned-music-artist Moby discusses his career.
Graz and Danny from Supergrass are profiled.
The Clash front man Joe Strummer is responsible for a slew of timeless singles.
A look at the career of the North London band Madness.
British rock group Travis discusses its latest album.
Members of music group the Beautiful South discuss their success in the music business.
A behind-the-scenes look at the Welsh band the Stereophonics.