with Folk on 2
A second chance to hear My Kind of Folk, a special programme first broadcast in 1993, in which Barbara Dickson talks to Jim Lloyd about her folk music influences, past and present, including Peter, Paul and Mary, Archie Fisher, Ewan MacColl and Planxty.
Concertina virtuoso Alistair Anderson introduces the last of three programmes devoted to the art of the folk instrumentalist. This week, the heavenly sound of the harp, performed by Clarsach to Concert at this year's Edinburgh Harp Festival.
In the fourth of five conversations with Jim Lloyd
, Peggy Seeger discusses her technique of writing folk songs which has developed from using other people's tunes and traditional forms to create songs in folk idioms and Brechtian style.
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