with Folk on 2 The programme reports on the Evolving Tradition
Festival which took place at the Barbican last weekend.
This event is devoted to the new generation of folk musicians and the programme features sets from Fluke!, Kate Rusby and Cordelia's Dad. Jim
Lloyd talks to some of the participants and visitors about the extraordinary resurgence of interest in traditional music among young people.
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A four-part series presented by Tom Travis.
This week's guests are John Duffey of the Seldom Scene and Mitch Jayne of the Dillards with his regular Ozark reminiscences.
Travis looks at the connections between Bluegrass and Elvis Presley, and includes music by Bashful Brother Oswald, Chesapeake, the Stanley Brothers and the Country Gentlemen.
The dance floor beckons as Chris Hall hosts six programmes of Cajun magic.
4: This week, music from
Austin Pitre and the Evangeline Playboys, Jude Taylor and the Burning
Flames, and the Mamou
Prairie Band - plus tonight's live guest band from Louisiana - Eddie Le
Jeune. Linking with the club from Lafayette, Louisiana, chef Patrick Mould brings more spicy Cajun culinary tips.
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