with Folk on 2 Blowin' in the Wind.
Although three decades have changed them and the world around them, Peter,
Paul and Mary are the selfsame trio that topped the charts exactly 30 years ago. Jim Lloyd talked with them on their current tour of the USA, and found three strong individuals sharing a mutual sense of purpose.
NEW Following the successful revival of this series earlier in the year, you are invited to slip into a comfortable pair of shoes and join the dancers once again. For the next six weeks some of the country's foremost bands provide music for your favourite style of dancing, beginning tonight with Hookes Law and their caller Peter Coe.
Producer Stuart Hobday
INSTRUCTIONS: for details of all the dances send an A4 sae with a 28p stamp to [address removed]
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