Once again, the Yetties combine these two essential ingredients for some more hearty musical enjoyment. With Richard Helson on fiddle and vocals, Bonny, Mac and Pete invite you to share part of this final traditional Dorset evening with them at the Digby Hall, Sherborne.
Producer Stuart Hobday
After almost 40 years.
Peggy Seeger is returning to live in her native America.
Before she goes, she talks to Jim Lloyd about her music and her partnership with the late Ewan MacColl.
In the first of five programmes, she recalls her early days in Washington, where her brother Pete found fame as a folk singer. House guests included Woody Guthrie ,
Hudie Leadbetter and Alan Lomax
Producer Geoffrey Hewitt
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