Neil Young grants rare and unprecedented access to the BBC for a documentary in which he traces his musical journey in his own words (it was previously broadcast on BBC4 in case you're getting the deja vus). The film was made from three hours of interview shot in New York and California, and utilises previously unseen performance footage (assuming you haven't already seen it on BBC4) from the star's own extensive archives. It also features cohorts Stephen Stills, Graham Nash, David Crosby, Nils Lofgren and James Taylor. From his early transcontinental American quest for recognition, through the first flush of success with Buffalo Springfield, to the bi-polar opposites of mega-stardom with Crosby, Stills and Nash and the soulful rock of Crazy Horse, Young's career has enjoyed many guises. The film features Young refusing to be denied, on tour in the USA with CSNY, playing anti-Bush songs to a Republican audience in the South.