For the next three weeks
Wally Whyton presents a series of concerts by classic country artists.
Tonight, West Virginian
Kathy Mattea , Nashville's current 'Vocalist of the Year' and her band, recorded exclusively for BBC Radio 2 at London's
Mean Fiddler Club in May. Producer Geoff Mullin
Marriott's Monologues The second in a series of eight programmes featuring the famous monologues of Marriott Edgar. This week Peter Goodwright tells of the plight of the Ramsbottom Family in Runcorn Ferry and The Jubilee Sovereign. Piano Brian Fitzgerald. Producer Mike Craig
with late-night company and conversation from around Britain, a preview of the early editions of tomorrow's national papers, a track from the Album of the Week and a classic track to close the programme. Including a dip into the BBC Sound Library with archivist Mark Jones.
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