This week Ian, Nick and Derek introduce one of Britain's best-known folk bands -
Capercaillie. And a big surprise is in store if you listen to tonight's instrumental guest - one of Scotland's leading pipers, Hamish Moore.
Producer KEITH LOXAM BBC Scotland
To err is human, to do it within earshot of Jonathan Hewat is asking for trouble.
And here it is - in the form of more gems from his ever-expanding archive of radio blunders.
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