with Folk on 2 Tonight's studio guests are Shetland fiddler and 1991 Young Tradition Award-winner Catriona Macdonald and Scottish accordionist
Ian Lowthian , one of last year's four finalists. FREE PROGRAMME
Catriona Macdonald introduces a concert given by Shetland's Young Heritage at London's
Chelsea Harbour. The group - 20 fiddlers with piano and bass - perform traditional Shetland fiddle repertoire, helping to perpetuate the work of the late Tom Anderson
, the great Shetland teacher.
Producer Jane Ward
The 22-year-old fiddler from Cape Breton, Canada talks to Jim Lloyd about her musical upbringing, steeped in the heritage of her Scottish ancestors, and demonstrates the Cape
Breton style of fiddling and the virtuosity that Lloyd first saw her display at the 1994 Winnipeg Folk Festival. Producer Jane Ward
Carol Pemberton , musical director of Black Voices, presents another selection of songs tracing the roots of the group's repertoire.
Pop songs are an essential part of the group's performance, and Carol features singers as diverse as Labi Siffre , Simon and Garfunkel, Marvin Gaye and Yorkshire trio Artisan.
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