Mike Harding introduces more of the strange, peculiar and exciting sounds that he has encountered on his travels around the globe, all captured on his little tape recorder.
This week: the Rochdale
Cowboy goes back to his roots in the Yorkshire Dales.
Anita Bhalla talks to some prominent British Asians about their lives, careers and favourite music.
This week her guest is
Tony Deep Wouhra , director of East End Foods and chairman of the National
Organisation of Asian
Businesses, who began his career selling eggs door-to-door in the Midlands.
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