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: Martin Kelner

with the Dawn Patrol

: Pause for Thought

With John Florance.

Contributors

Unknown: John Florance.

: Pause for Thought

With the Rev Ann Easter.

: Ken Bruce

: Jimmy Young

: Debbie Thrower

: Ed Stewart

: John Dunn

Including the Mystery Voice competition, and the After Six star guest.

: Jim Lloyd

with Folk on 2 Tonight's guest is
Andy Irvine. A singer, songwriter and gifted musician, his work with bands like Planxty and Patrick Street , as well as a soloist, has led him to be described as "one of Ireland's most creative talents". In between bands,
Irvine has travelled widely and developed a particular interest in the music of the Balkans which has now filtered through into the Irish folk scene.
HOTLINE FREECALL NUMBER:
[number removed]

Contributors

Unknown: Andy Irvine.
Unknown: Patrick Street

: In Good Voice

Maddy Prior continues a six-part series on unaccompanied singing. 2: Work Songs
Prior delves into the vast archive of a cappella work songs and introduces a selection of numbers which deal with the themes of hard work, enforced work and lack of work. Artists featured include Sweet
Honey in the Rock, Ewan MacColl , Ghanian group
Nipa Sextet, and a powerful performance by Todd Rundgren of his own composition Honest Work. A Rewind production

Contributors

Unknown: Ewan MacColl
Unknown: Todd Rundgren

: Back on the Road

Nick Barraclough continues his five-part series in which he talks to old friends about life on the road on the folk circuit in the seventies.
3: Harvey Andrews works with Abba, Jeremy Taylor has to follow Pan's People, and Barbara Dickson dodges flying apples in Paris.
A Smooth Operations production

Contributors

Unknown: Nick Barraclough
Unknown: Harvey Andrews
Unknown: Jeremy Taylor
Unknown: Barbara Dickson

: Doomsday in the Afternoon

Three programmes in which singer/songwriter Sheena Wellington visits the Scottish family of musical travellers, the Stewarts of Blair.
2: The Traveller's Trade
Wellington visits a ceilidh at the house of Cathie Stewart
Higgins. Cathie and her sister Sheila sing the traditional travellers' songs, 90-year-old Belle Stewart performs The Berryfields of Blair, and her grandson Ian sings his own composition The Traveller's Trade.

Contributors

Unknown: Cathie Stewart
Unknown: Belle Stewart

: Nigel Ogden

The Organist Entertains
Music, news and information from the popular organ and keyboard world, including a conversation with Arnold Loxam
on the occasion of his 80th birthday.

Contributors

Unknown: Arnold Loxam

: The Jamesons

Phone in and put your point of view to Derek and Ellen
Jameson on [number removed] at the cost of a local call.
LINES OPEN from 10.00pm

: Steve Madden

Including at 1.30
Pause for Thought With Linda Jenkins.

Contributors

Unknown: Linda Jenkins.

: Alex Lester

Including at 3.30
Pause for Thought With Linda Jenkins.

Contributors

Unknown: Linda Jenkins.








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