The Roadshow is on the move again, and will be calling at 40 holiday resorts up and down the country. Starting today with Janice Long at The Guildhall Square, Londonderry, Northern Ireland
Producer JOHN LEONARD
'Great! Now Janice's back is turned, I can play all my favourite bagpipe records!'
Muriel sits in for Janice, playing a variety of music on record and in session, plus special guests and features
Producers MIKE HAWKES and PHIL ROSS
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