Isla St Clair pays tribute to her mother, Scottish songwriter Zetta Sinclair, of Aberdeenshire, who died last December, and sings several of her songs. Steve Heap is in the studio to launch the album Evolving Tradition 2 and to talk about the Evolving Tradition Festival which is at the Barbican this weekend.
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A four-part series presented by Tom Travis.
1: Today's guests are fiddle player Alison Krauss and bass playing storyteller
Mitch Jayne with his regular feature. Travis also looks at the way bluegrass has featured in TV programmes like The Beverly Hillbillies and films such as Bonnie and Clyde and Deliverance. Producer David Corser
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. With contributions from Bill Leader himself, plus many of the people he worked with. 2: Topic and Transatlantic A Neon production
The dance floor beckons as Chris Hall continues his six programmes of Cajun magic. 3: This week, music from
Lionel Cormier and the Sundown Playboys, Keith Frank , and Badeaux and the Louisiana Aces. Plus tonight's live band, Le Rue. And with more tips on Cajun cuisine, chef Patrick Mould - the Gumbo guru - links up from Lafayette, Louisiana.
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The Organist Entertains The Wurlitzer organ which started its life at the Gaumont, Oldham, was recently moved to the New Ritz Ballroom, Brighouse. To celebrate the new installation, the Cinema
Organ Society hosted an evening's entertainment with star organists Doreen Chadwick , Simon Gledhill , Arnold Loxam and Nigel Ogden. Tonight's programme features excerpts from the concert.
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