As the holiday season draws to a close, it's
National Beach Clean-Up Day. Ed joins the holiday-makers and beach wardens along the sand at Studland Bay on the Dorset heritage coast, to find out about the campaign. On hand will be naturalist Tony Soper.
Jim Lloyd presents a second chance to enter the musical world of the current holder of the Radio 2 Young Tradition Award. Accordionist Luke Daniels
is 19 and will shortly be representing BBC Radio at the Philadelphia Folk Festival.
Producer Geoffrey Hewitt
In the fifth of six programmes, Paul James presents some of the best European folk groups recorded during their visits to Britain.
This week: music from the north west of Italy with I Tre Martelli (The Three
Hammers). Their repertoire, which they have built up from collecting trips all over their native Piedmont, consists of ballads, ritual songs and dance tunes.
In the third of six programmes, Lucie's theme is music from the royal and noble courts. She includes two songs associated with Henry VIII - Pass Time with Good
Company and The Hunt Is Up; Sound the Trumpet from one of Purcell's
Birthday Odes and The
Prince of Denmark's March.
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