Don Letts’ reputation has been firmly established in both the film and music worlds over the course of a career spanning five decades. He came to notoriety in the late 70's as the DJ that single-handedly turned a generation of punks onto reggae, and directed over 300 music videos for a diverse mix of artists ranging from The Pretenders to Bob Marley, before moving on to make documentaries on the likes of Gil Scot-Heron, The Clash and Paul McCartney. The Grammy-winning veteran DJ currently hosts a weekly show on BBC Radio 6 Music, blending classic sounds with the best up-and-coming new talent from the world music scene.

“The elder statesman of punk” - Metro

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