Across six albums and over 25 years they have been responsible for some of the most intense, boundary-pushing, genre-smashing music to ever hit the public conscience. Fiercely unique and hugely influential, their brutal songs and powerful, energetic live shows have seen them heralded as the Godfathers of Rave.
The controversial group spawned from the UK rave scene but quickly became a much bigger concern. They were one of a handful of acts from the UK that took big beat to the world stage and proved that the worlds of rock and techno didn't need to be segregated.
Join Myf Warhurst as she tracks The Prodigy's story from the grimey Essex underground to the biggest festivals on the planet from 8pm, Thursday March 5.