Noddy Holder narrates the surprising origins of our favourite music genres. In the mid-to-late 70s, a generation of geeks and boffins were about to change the entire face of contemporary music. They had grown up on a diet of electronic sound effects in TV shows like Doctor Who and Supercar, and embraced the Do-It-Yourself school of punk philosophy. Some fashioned their own instruments from tea trays and knitting needles, while others adopted state-of-the-art synthesizers to take the charts by storm. The programme includes all-new interviews with Gary Numan and Kraftwerk's Wolfgang Flür, alongside Andy McCluskey and Paul Humphreys from Orchestral Manoeuvres in the Dark.