Cyril Tawney introduces recordings from the fifth
EBU Contemporary Folk Music Festival in Sweden,
Fiona Simpson and Graham Cooper from Great Britain, and La Banda from Spain. Producer PETER PILBEAM BBC Manchester
Georgie Fame Does His Thing.... the strings of the RADIO ORCHESTRA leader MICHAEL TOMALIN conducted by NEIL RICHARDSON with BOBBY HARRISON (trumpet/flugelhorn)
KENNY HOLLICK (drums)
DON INNES (extra keyboards) Compere Sarah Kennedy Producer MEL HOUSE at 8.30 Tom Jones In Concert The last night of his 1983 tour Producer LAN GRANT
hosted tonight by Ireland With Mike Redway (UK) Kari Gjaerum (Norway) Marc Matthys (Belgium) and THE RTE CONCERT ORCHESTRA conducted by NOEL KELEHAN Introduced by Larry Gogan Producer GARETH HUDSON (RTE) Series editor ROBIN SEDGLEY
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