Second of a four-part series in which Kathryn Tickell explores the hidden talent from all over the UK and brings it to a wider public. Tonight's highlights include young Scots fiddler Eilidh Shaw from Taynuilt.
The last in the series presented by Georgina Boyes.
5: Rising Larks and Country Songs. Featuring music from Larkrise to Candleford, Cider with Rosie and an advert for cider. With John
Tams, Mike Waterson ,
Ashley Hutchings and John Kirkpatrick.
The Organist Entertains Music and news from the popular organ and keyboard world. John Leeming reviews two new Australian
CDs - Tony Plays Duo from Tony Fenelon and John Atwell 's Sounds of Wonder from Down Under.
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