Tonight's guests are Huw and Tony Williams, performing songs from their new album Unplugged and Unrelated, on the eve of a 37-date nationwide tour.
Their set also includes Huw's new song Some People Cry, which is fast becoming a folk classic.
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Simon Nicol of Fairport Convention explores the career of one of England's foremost musical talents.
Turning of the Tide The last of three programmes focuses on Thompson's solo work after splitting from his wife Linda in 1982 up to his forthcoming double album release. Thompson talks about his current success in America, his work with Danny Thompson and the many cover versions of his songs. Featuring Christine Collister , Pete Zom , Danny Thompson , Mitchell Froom and Joe Boyd.
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Archie Fisher presents a four-part series on record producer Bill Leader , who began working mainly in the folk field in the mid-fifties, and has since been involved in many seminal recordings. The series features contributions from
Leader himself, plus many of the people he worked with and the music they made. 1: Early Tape Recordings A Neon production
Continuing Chris Hall 's six programmes of Cajun magic. 2: This week, music from Beausoleil, Beau Jocque and the Zydeco Hi Rollers and R Cajun and the Zydeco Brothers - plus tonight's live guest band, the Flatville Aces. Adding a little culinary spice is chef Patrick Mould , direct from Louisiana.
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