Do we think this is just a re-broadcast of the program from 2007?
http://www.bbc.co.uk/pressoffice/pressr ... dio2.shtml
Days In The Life is a must listen for any Pink Floyd fan, featuring exclusive interviews with David Gilmour, Roger Waters and Nick Mason, alongside the last radio interview that the late Rick Wright ever gave. Produced by Radio 2's Mark Hagen, it tells their story from pre-Floyd days in the early Sixties right up to Nick and David's live appearance with Roger earlier this summer.
The award-winning documentary series The Record Producers explores the work of legendary record producers and returns to unlock the secrets of the music of Pink Floyd. Produced by record producer Steve Levine and Radio 2 presenter Richard Allinson of Magnum Opus, the mystery of that incredible Pink Floyd sound will be revealed and the creative relationships between the band members explored to discover just why those Pink Floyd recordings sound so good. Original multi-tracks and rare recordings from Meddle and Wish You Were Here, and one of the music world's most influential albums of all time, Dark Side Of The Moon, will be scrutinised and explained by David Gilmour and Nick Mason.
Johnnie Walker will also host a Sounds Of The 70s special with David Gilmour, which will lift the lid on band's influences during this period and the story of their decade.
General discussion about Pink Floyd.
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I would have thought so seeing as the title is the same, although the Rick Wright bit would be an add-on I presume. Is the show itself much different from the other BBC one Wish You'd Been There ?