BBC Radio 2 to explore Now Music albums
As Now That’s What I Call Music prepares to release its 100th album, Radio 2 will ask what the future holds for compilation albums in the age of streaming.
A documentary, hosted by Gary Davies and produced by Wise Buddah, will look at the past, present and future of Now That’s What I Call Music.
The first album was released in 1983 and was backed up by a national TV ad campaign voiced by Tracey Ullman. More recently they have been promoted by Wise Buddah’s Mark Goodier, also a presenter on Radio 2.
The programme has contributions from Westlife’s Mark Feehily, Nadine Coyle from Girls Aloud, Ali Campbell from UB40, Kylie, Heaven 17, Limahl, The Thompson Twins, Anne-Marie and Calum Scott, as well as compilation creators and compilers, music managers and journalists.
22 DAYS TO GO UNTIL NOW 100!
Take a look back at NOW 78 with us…
— NOW That's What I Call Music (@NOWMusic) June 28, 2018
21 DAYS TO GO UNTIL NOW 100!
Take a look back at NOW 79 with us…
— NOW That's What I Call Music (@NOWMusic) June 29, 2018