BLACK SABBATH's IOMMI To Appear On BBC 1's 'Inside Out'

Legendary heavy metal guitarist Tony Iommi (BLACK SABBATH, HEAVEN AND HELL) will appear on the on the program "Inside Out" on BBC 1 on Wednesday, October 3 at 7:30 p.m. The show is a feature on Birmingham Town Hall.

As previously reported, UK digital radio station Planet Rock will host a month of shows dedicated to the legendary BLACK SABBATH.

Throughout October, each member of the Birmingham, England-based outfit — Geezer Butler, Ronnie James Dio, Tony Iommi and Ozzy Osbourne — will be exclusively interviewed on air.

The coverage will start on October 2 with "Black Sunday" hosted by Iommi himself. The best bits will be broadcast every Tuesday throughout the month.

On October 21, the "Set List Special" will host "Three Decade Live", featuring some of SABBATH's greatest songs over the years.


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