Having raised his profile enormously over the past few years, Leonard Cohen has a fan-base that is now truly representative of an artist for whom age is no barrier to appeal. And as his touring continues at a furious pace, and with a new album apparently imminent, there would seem to be no letting up in this remarkable songwriter's agenda. Leonard's recent activities have also led to a huge fascination in his life and work thus far, with particular interest in his late 1960s and early-to mid 1970s work. This feature puts the early years of Leonard's life and career into the spotlight as it traces his story from his childhood, through his years as a budding poet and across the albums he recorded between his 1967 debut 'Songs From A Room' and his 1977 uncharacteristic masterpiece, the Phil Spector produced, 'Death Of A Ladies Man'. Liberally infused with performance footage, archive interviews and TV material, plus contributions from those who have known him best, seldom seen photographs, location shoots, news reports and numerous other features, this programme will prove a delight to Leonard Cohen fans everywhere and shall remain the standard work on the man for many years to come.