with Folk on 2 Tonight three outstanding musicians make their first broadcast as a trio: Karen
Tweed, Roger Wilson and Andy Cutting ; there's more news of the Folkworks'
Young Tradition tour; and a preview of events coming up this autumn.
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Jim Lloyd introduces the third of four programmes featuring semi-finalists competing for this year's Radio 2 Young Tradition Award. This week, the music of Corrina Hewat on the small harp and Oliver Bootie on the fiddle.
5: Guyana and the Caribbean Mainland
Alex Pascall is joined by folk music enthusiasts
Gloria Hector and Carl Kirton
to look at the very different music of Guyana, Surinam, Honduras and Curacao. The music from these countries has a strong Amerindian element combined with African and colonial influences.
The Organist Entertains To mark the closure of Manchester's Free Trade
Hall, tonight's programme includes excerpts from the Farewell to the Wurlitzer concert held there recently, starring Phil Kelsall and Simon Gledhill.
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