Beth Shares Her Love Of The Sabbath

Listeners at the health park may be used to presenter Bethan Meredith's choice of sedate music on a Sunday evening.

But the Back Tracks presenter will take to the nation's airwaves tomorrow night to explain her love of heavy metal.

Bethan Meredith with her copy of the Black Sabbath album (Credit: BBC)

Beth can be heard in the latest edition of Stuart Maconie's The People's Songs.

The series tells the story of post-war Britain through 50 records.

In this episode, Beth shares her memories and enthusiasm for Black Sabbath as part of the story about the birth of heavy metal at a time before it became a worldwide phenomenon.

She explains all about what it was like growing up as a fan of rock in Liverpool.

Paranoid - The Birth of Heavy Metal can be heard on Wednesday 5th June 2013 at 10pm on BBC Radio Two. 

 

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