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BBC Radio 2 Cambridge Folk Festival


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Mark Radcliffe presents a pick of live performances from this year's folk festival, which kicked off its 42nd-anniversary edition on Thursday in the grounds of Cherry Hinton Hall in Cambridge. Featuring music by and interviews with top international performers from the worlds of contemporary folk and roots music. This year's roster includes Richard Thompson , Nickel Creek , Cerys Matthews , Eddi Reader, John Tarns and Barry Coope , and Cara Dillon. Producers Nick Barraclough and John Leonard


Unknown: Hinton Hall
Unknown: Richard Thompson
Unknown: Nickel Creek
Unknown: Cerys Matthews
Unknown: Eddi Reader,
Reader: John Tarns
Reader: Barry Coope
Reader: Cara Dillon.
Producers: Nick Barraclough
Producers: John Leonard

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BBC Radio 2 Cambridge Folk Festival

BBC Radio 2, 29 July 2006 21.00

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