with Folk on 2 Tonight's programme is devoted entirely to one of Ireland's most influential musicians - Andy Irvine. A founder member of Sweeney's Men, Planxty and Patrick Street , Irvine talks about his musical influences and plays some of his favourite records.
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A four-part series presented by Tom Travis.
3: This week's guests are regular contributor
Mitch Jayne , bass player with the Dillards, plus the Lonesome River Band. Travis looks at the connections between country rock and bluegrass with music from the Eagles and the Flying Burritos. There's also music from the man who created bluegrass, the great Bill Munro , and from
Archie Fisher presents the last in the series on record producer Bill Leader , who began working mainly in the folk field in the mid-fifties.
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The dance floor beckons as Chris Hall hosts six programmes of Cajun magic.
5: This week, music from Wayne Toups and Zydecajun, Octa Clark , and Lawrence Walker - plus tonight's live band
Joe Le Taxi. Direct from Louisiana, chef Patrick Mould adds a touch of culinary spice to the music.
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The Organist Entertains With music, news and information from the popular organ and keyboard world. Plus John Leeming reviews a CD by Barry Baker - a remarkable young newcomer to the theatre organ scene.
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