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* City Folk

FRED WOODS with the world of London folk music followed by Break for Music
BBC Radio London

* City Folk

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BBC Radio London

* City Folk

FRED WOODS with the world of London folk music followed by Break for Music
BBC Radio London

* City Folk

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BBC Radio London

City Folk

FRED WOODS with a look back at London's folk music this year followed by Break for Music
BBC Radio London

* City Folk

FRED WOODS with the world of London folk music followed by Break for Music
BBC Radio London

* City Folk

FRED woods with the world of London folk music followed by Break for Music
BBC Radio London

City Folk

FRED WOODS with the world of London folk music followed by Break for Music
BBC Radio London

* City Folk

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Break for Music
BBC Radio London

* City Folk

FRED WOODS with the world of London folk music followed by Break for Music
BBC Radio London

* City Folk

FRED WOODS with the world of London folk music followed by Break for Music
BBC Radio London

City Folk

FRED WOODS with the world of London folk music followed by Break for Music
BBC Radio London

* City Folk

FRED WOODS with the world of London folk music followed by Break for Music
BBC Radio 4 FM

City Messengers: Still Pedalling?

City Messengers, a Radio 4 programme broadcast in 2008, had three cycle couriers sharing their experiences of life on the road, keeping the "wheels of commerce turning". Now they find that as the economy slows down, so do couriers. Each day Will and "Nhatt Attack" (as he likes to be called) still face the perils of the road but now have to consider new hazards and changes in working practices. And in Manhattan, couriers reflect on how the downturn has slowed their wheels, too. Producer Katie Burningham
BBC Radio 2

Bright Lights, Big City:the Story of British R'n'B

Bill Wyman presents a new eight-part series on British rhythm and blues, which evolved from black American folk music and inspired a generation of suburban white boys to major chart successes. This first part explores the impact of American blues on pioneering musicians Chris Barber and Alexis Korner.
With guest Lonnie Donegan. Producer Czarina Deen
Music: page 19
Regional Programme Midland

ENGLISH FOLK MUSIC

A programme of music by Gerrard Williams founded on English folk tunes, with an account, written by the composer, of the tunes and the songs and how they were collected
Ronald Bristol (tenor)
The BBC Midland Orchestra
Leader, Alfred Cave
Conducted by Eric Warr from the Royal Institution for the Blind, Edgbaston, Birmingham
ORCHESTRA
Folk-tune Medley (Tunes from Play-ford's Dancing Master, 1654): Millisori's Jegge The Old Mole Grimstock ,
RONALD BRISTOL AND ORCHESTRA
Pretty Caroline (Warwickshire Folk song noted by Cecil Sharp )
The Sailor's Test (It's a sailor bold)
(Dorsetshire Folk song noted by H. E. D. Hammond)
ORCHESTRA
Canny Cummerlan' (Cumberland
Folk tune, noted by Sydney Nichol son)
The Mermaid (Dorsetshire Folk tune, collected by H. E. D. Hammond)
RONALD BRISTOL AND ORCHESTRA
The Shepherd and his fife (Gloucestershire Folk song, noted by Cecil Sharp )
As I walked out (Essex Folk tune, noted by Vaughan Williams )
ORCHESTRA
Folk-tune Medley (Morris dance tunes, collected by Cecil Sharp ): The Beaux of London City Heel and Toe Bobby and Joan
BBC Two England

The 16th Cambridge Folk Festival

Introduced by Colin Irwin
Every summer 30,000 folk fans converge on the city of Cambridge all in the cause of the biggest folk music festival in Europe. The first of three programmes features: Silly Wizard, Don McLean
Richard and Linda Thompson Claudia Schmidt , Vin Garbutt Leo Kottke
Ramblin' Jack Elliott Lonnie Donegan and Richard Digance
Recorded at the Cherry Hinton Hall , Cambridge ., Promoted by the Cambridge City Council Festival organiser KEN WOOLLARD Lighting JOHN STERLING Sound MIKE JOHNSON
Assistant producer TIM MARSHALL Producer DON SAYER
BBC Two England

Folk City: a Celebration

A concert recorded in 1985 to celebrate New York's
Gerdes Folk City - a club which gave a platform to folk music artists such as Bob Dylan.
With Joan Baez ,
Arlo Guthrie , Suzanne Vega , Roger McGuinn , the Violent Femmes, the Roches, Tom Paxton and Melanie.
A Halcyon days production (R) revised






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