Jim Lloyd introduces
Tom Paxton recorded at Wimbledon Theatre and Willie Taylor , Will Atkinson and Alistair Anderson from Shetland Folk Festival. In the studio Maggie Holland Producer IAN GRANT
(Re-broadcast: see page 38at 3.0 am)
Introduced by Jim Lloyd
Popular folk music for evening listening, with LYN AND GRAHAM MCCARTHY
Producer FRANCES LINE
International Rally of Great Britain
The Second Night: A report by ROBIN RICHARDS from Harrogate
with Folk on Two
Tonight a second outing for the John Kirkpatrick English Folk Band with some well-loved English traditional dance tunes.
This all-star, ten-piece orchestra, created by John Kirkpatrick with Folk on Two, is set for its debut festival appearance. Producer Geoffrey Hewitt
with Folk on 2 In an extended edition, Jim looks back at some of the highlights of Folk on Two in 1993, including Peter, Paul and Mary; Luke Daniels at the Philadelphia Folk
Festival; Altan at Catalonia:
Nancy Kerr and Eliza Carthy ; National Music
Day; and Barbara Dickson. Plus the pick of the year's folk records.
Producer Jane Ward
with Folk on 2 The best in traditional and contemporary folk music. Featuring singer and fiddle player Chris Wood , with a great idea for spreading
British music to the Sudan. Producer Geoffrey Hewitt 9 FOLK ON TWO 24 HOUR
HOTLINE: Ring [number removed]
with Folk on 2 New record releases plus the first of the Folk on Two Traditional
Martin Carthy helps four aspiring young singers gain a thorough grounding in traditional song. Producer Geoffrey Hewitt
introduces Folk on Two
Popular folk music for evening listening, with ROBIN HALL AND JIMMIE MACGREGOR and MAGNA CARTA
Producer FRANCES LINE
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