Radio 1 Stories

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Music, sex, politics, celebs, money, religion, drugs, sport...Radio 1's award- winning Stories cover anything to do with youth culture and society. Please note, this download is only available in the UK.

The Godfather - Number 10 March 10, 2011
Al Pacino, Robert Duvall & Greg James on The Godfather. Number 10 in Radio 1 & 1Xtra's Favourite Movies countdown.
Fight Club - Number 11 March 10, 2011
Will Poulter, Breakage & student Adele Coburn on Fight Club. Number 11 in Radio 1 and 1Xtra's Favourite Movies countdown. Contains some strong language.
Die Hard - Number 12 March 10, 2011
Bruce Willis, Breakage & Lee Grieveson on Die Hard. Number 12 in Radio 1's and 1Xtra's Favourite Movie countdown.
Jeff Dowd, Ethan Coen & Vernon Kay on The Big Lebowski. Number 13 in Radio 1's and 1Xtra's Favourite Movie countdown. Contains some strong language.
Dev Patel talks to James King about Slumdog Millionaire. Number 14 in Radio 1's and 1Xtra's Favourite Movie countdown.
E.T. - Number 15 March 9, 2011
Steven Spielberg, Drew Barrymore & Fearne Cotton on E.T. Number 15 in Radio 1 and 1Xtra's Favourite Movie countdown.
City of God - Number 16 March 9, 2011
Twin B, James King & students at Richmond upon Thames College on City of God. Number 16 in Radio 1's Favourite Movie countdown.
Anthony Hopkins, Fearne Cotton & Gemma Cairney on Silence of the Lambs. Number 17 in Radio 1 & 1Xtra's Favourite Movie countdown.
Clueless - Number 18 March 9, 2011
Gemma Cairney, Lucy Quick from Empire & film critic Charlie Lyne on Clueless. Number 18 in Radio 1's and 1Xtra's Favourite Movie countdown.
Shane Meadows, Russell Kane & Edith Bowman on This Is England. Number 19 in Radio 1 and 1Xtra's Favourite Movie countdown.
Scarface - Number 20 March 9, 2011
Al Pacino, Mistajam & Will Poulter on Scarface. Number 20 in Radio 1 and 1Xtra's Favourite Movie countdown.
In October 2010 Radio 1 went to My Chemical Romance’s comeback show at the Hammersmith Apollo. One of the fans that day loved the band so much, Radio 1 asked her to make a documentary about the band. This is what happened when Flossi Gibson took charge of Radio 1’s …
The night before he heads to the 02 for his highly-tipped visit to the Brit Awards, Radio 1 celebrates the extraordinary career of Tinie Tempah to date. Featuring interviews with Ellie Goulding, Labrinth, Chipmunk & Tinie himself.
1xtra's Gemma Cairney takes a look at the long running love affair between music and fashion, from the furore surrounding Lady Gaga's Meat Dress, to the latest trend of musicians starting their own fashion labels. Featuring Tynchy Stryder, Ironik, Hurts, Alesha Dixon, Grace Woodward (Fashion Director on the X Factor), …
As the band that has brought folk music back to the masses, Mumford & Sons are ideally placed to provide the public with their very own guide to life in a folk band. We hear about the wardrobe, the instrumentation and the evolution of a genre that has been covered …
Dubstep’s lone Superpower talk Rob da Bank through the 26 tracks that made them the triple headed bassline behemoths that they are.
Fresh from being announced as the winner of the BBC Sound of 2011, Rob and Jessie J chat through 26 of her favourite tracks from A to Z...from Prince's Purple Rain to The Beatles' Yellow Submarine to Beyonce's Single Ladies and loads of party tracks in between.
Last years winner of BBC's Sound of 2010 Ellie Goulding talks about singing like Eddie Vedder from Pearl Jam and why she goes running with her fans… ...and chose some brilliant tracks from the likes of Kanye West, The Middle East, Robyn and Queens of the Stone Age
Greg James tells the tale of who rocked, who sucked, who trended and who epic failed in the year gone by. From the World Cup to Wagner, from Twilight to Lady Gaga's meat dress, we hear about the news, the movies, the tv and the tunes that have entertained us …
The story of the hottest genre on the planet right now continues...as Mistajam sees our dubstep souljas marching right round the globe, catching the ears of the likes of Snoop Dog & Eve, and taking the UK chart by storm. We also look to the future to see who will …