with Folk on 2 Jim's guests tonight are Pauline Cato , a Northumbrian piper and a finalist in the Young
Tradition Music Award, and fiddler Tom McConville , a veteran of many folk bands and an accomplished soloist.
In the third of five programmes, singer/songwriter Dave Burland visits one of the largest folk club venues - the Chestnuts in London.
On the bill are a cappella trio Coope Boyes and Simpson.
Singer and songwriter Pete Morton is joined by Sally Barker of the Poozies in a performance of a song from his new album.
Plus local interest from recently formed duo
Reg Meuross and Alison Jones.
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