In the second of his reports, Andy Kershaw continues his visit and finds out how South Africa is faring since the new government came to power. He meets some of its most influential musicians and listens to the new music that's being enjoyed in both cities and townships.
John Cavanagh presents an outfit renowned for their energetic onstage performances, as Leithbased four-piece Bartok play live, exclusively and explosively. Please nail down any loose items of furniture and prepare to rock.
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