Stevie Wonder is a household name. He remains one of the most cherished artists in modern music and his catalogue of pop hits and deep, soulful cuts is second to none.
But not a lot of people are aware of the work of Robert Margouleff and Malcolm Cecil, two men who were key to the success of Stevie Wonder in the 1970s.
The duo helped Wonder produce well over 200 songs in this time – hits like ‘Living For the City’, ‘Superstition’, ‘Higher Ground’ and ‘You Are the Sunshine of My Life’ – and were a big part in developing the signature sound of Stevie in the 70s.
This documentary from the BBC Archives looks at the untold story of these two men who had such a huge impact, but never got much credit.