Christy Moore , Kathryn Tickell , Mary Gauthier and the Blind Boys of Alabama are among highlights of this year's festival, the 41st, at Cherry
Hinton Hall , Cambridge. Verity Sharp and Mark Radcliffe host. New.
Fishing families in Fraserburgh face destruction of their way of life. As Scotland's white fish fleet is destroyed, other EU nations are receiving grants. Are the Scots being sacrificed? New.
First shown on BBC1 Scotland
A David and Goliath struggle, involving Icelandic gunboats against the Royal Navy, unfolded over cod fishing grounds in the North
Atlantic during the 1950s and 60s. This Storyville film looks back at the three "cod wars".
life and untimely death of playwright
Nick Darke are explored. Archive film illustrates how he enjoyed "wrecking" - combing Cornwall's shoreline for items deposited on the beach
1.10 Cast & Crew - if ... : Lindsay Anderson 's controversial film about youthful rebellion pushed the limits of British cinema in the Sixties. Kirsty Wark discusses its production and impact with the cast and crew
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