As part of Radio 2's Home Truths campaign, Jimmy Young finds out what can be done to help an older person who is being mistreated by someone who cares for them.
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Tonight's studio guest is Emma Christian who performs in Manx Gaelic and accompanies herself on harp. Among the new CDs is A Bycycle Ride with Vaughan Williams by Tony Kendall. The album tells the story in words and music of Ralph Vaughan Williams's early visits to Ingrave and neighbouring Essex villages where he collected traditional songs such as Bushes and Briars.
Les Barker presents a six-part stumble through the oeuvre of the man known by some as the "folk laureate". Tonight's selection includes Ilkley d'Amour, Odd Socks and Cosmo the Fairly Accurate Knife Thrower. Featuring Martin Carthy with Norma Waterson , Eliza Carthy , Lesley Davies ,
Alison Younger and Chris Harvey. Producer David Corser
Jimmie Macgregor continues the series on Scottish folk music.
4: Tramps and Hawkers Since long before the invention of the New Age, travelling people have been a part of Scotland, and their culture has contributed greatly to folk music.
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