with Folk on 2 Tonight's studio guest is the Young Tradition Award winner Kathryn Roberts who is joined by her, partner, Kate Rusby. The two are childhood friends but have only recently combined their many talents to form what has been described as the most exciting duo to emerge on the folk scene for a long time.
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Ian Campbell presents traditionally based music from around the world.
This week he features
Andean music with guests Quimantu, who take their name from the Mapuche Indian word for wisdom.
They play pan-pipes, charangos and other traditional instruments to create the familiar sound of the Andes.
In the second of five programmes Graham Knight visits the annual convention of the Ladies Association of British Barbershop Singers in Harrogate and meets some of the UK's leading lady performers in the barbershop style.
Radio 3 features barbershop in the first of a new series on amateur singers. Choral Voices tomorrow at 4.30pm
This week the Community Affairs Correspondent for the BBC in the Midlands talks to Bishop
Michael Nazir-Ali , who, as well being the Church of England's first Asian bishop, is the 150th Bishop of Rochester in Kent.
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