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What’s the secret to writing a memorable lyric or catchy melody? For every artist, the process is different. But for the greats, the results are often unforgettable. Get unprecedented insight into the craft via some of music’s most acclaimed songwriters, who sit down for revealing interviews and performances.

1. Rapper Chuck D, creative leader of the seminal hip-hop group Public Enemy, talks through his early influences, charts the band's development and reveals his songwriting process.

2. Singer-songwriter Norah Jones discusses her musical influences, collaborations and songwriting process in this candid profile. She also performs four tunes.

3. Songwriter Bill Withers, who recorded his breakthrough single, "Ain't No Sunshine," in 1971, gives a candid and fascinating interview on the pain of creation and why he gave up recording and performing.

4. Oasis' principal songwriter and High Flying Birds leader Noel Gallagher ponders the songwriting process and performs a selection of tracks, including "Don't Look Back in Anger" and "Holy Mountain." Part of the Coda A Family Affair Theme.

5. Grammy-, Brit- and Ivor Novello Award-winning singer-songwriter Seal talks to Paul Toogood about his creative process and performs "Killer," "Crazy," "Kiss from a Rose" and "Prayer for the Dying."

6. Oscar-, Grammy- and Golden Globe-winning singer Carly Simon invites filmmakers into her home to discuss her fascinating life, work and approach to songwriting. She also gives original performances of four songs.

7. Grammy Award-winning singer-songwriter Rickie Lee Jones is interviewed about the songwriting process and her life in music. She also performs some of her classic songs, including "Chuck E.'s in Love."

8. Canadian singer and songwriter Paul Anka, who wrote hits for Buddy Holly, Elvis Presley and Michael Jackson, discusses the songwriting process and performs some of his tracks, including "Diana" and "My Way."

9. Master songwriter Jimmy Webb takes viewers though his remarkable career, including his songs for Glen Campbell and his forthright views about country music and the future of songwriting.

10. Hugely successful songwriter Barry Gibb, who sold more than 200 million records with the Bee Gees, provides compelling insight into his songwriting process while also performing two classic tracks and two new songs with his sons. Part of the Coda A Family Affair Theme.