with Folk on 2 Jim's guests tonight are the Ripley Wayfarers from Derbyshire, originally formed 25 years ago and recently re-formed after a break of a few years. They feature old favourites as well as some new material.
Plus, from Scotland,
Pete Heywood , editor of Living Tradition which, although established less than two years ago, is widely read through Europe, North
America and Australia.
In the penultimate programme, singer/ songwriter Dave Burland visits the Llantrisant Folk
Club in Mid Glamorgan, which is very much a part of the town's life.
Tonight, the club plays host to an evening of music and song with special guest Sid Kipper. Sid sings traditional and modern songs and his special brand of humour brings together the Welsh hillsides and his Norfolk home village of St Just-near-Trunch.
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