with Folk on 2 As part of Radio 2's World of Faith week, a conversation with Dave
Townsend about the growing popularity of West Gallery music. Studio guests Jungr and Parker talk about their work in Africa for the British Council.
Jim Lloyd presents the first of two progammes from the current National Young Tradition tour featuring winners and finalists of this award. Tonight Catriona MacDonald and Ian Lowthian
, Kathryn Roberts and Kate Rusby , and Luke Daniels with Ian Carr perform at the Rosehill Theatre, Whitehaven.
Six programmes featuring music from around the world. Today, Dave Tarras the father of Yiddish-American Klezmer, the Boston Camerata's Sephardic song La Rose Enflorece and Bukharan ensemble Shash Maqam.
Lucie Skeaping Unknown: Dave
Join Sujata Barot as she makes her first visit to the land of her forefathers. On the first stage in her tour she stops off in Calcutta. She finds out about the city's colonial past, its reputation for culture and its delicious cuisine.
Producers Kulwant Sidhu and David Corser
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