Pete Morton presents a series of concerts recorded at the Rudolstadt Folk
Festival, Germany, featuring folk music from around
Europe. Tonight, the Danish group Danish Dia Dilait, play a selection of traditional
Danish dancing songs. Producer Carl Dolan
A six-part series of poems, jokes, songs and anecdotes from the Oxfordshire poet - only 20 years on from winning
Opportunity Knocks! With
Clive Fishlock at the piano. Recorded at the Corn
Exchange, Newbury. A Unique Broadcasting production
Cuba is the largest
Caribbean island and has one of the richest musical traditions, based on the mixture of African and Spanish influences. In the first of a six-part series, Alex Pascali is joined by Cuban music historian
Pedro Serduy to look at the roots of salsa.
Producer David Corser
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