Tonight's guests are Dave Swarbrick and his new partner Alistair Hulett. And Jim Lloyd pays tribute to folk entertainer Johnny Silvo, on his 60th birthday. For further information about this programme or about folk activities in general, call free on [number removed].
A four-part series in which Iain Anderson charts 20 years of Temple Records, established as an outlet for "great Scottish music" by Robin Morton in a small village to the south of Edinburgh.
With contributions from Robin Morton, Alison Kinnaird, Cilla Fisher, Artie Tresize and Archie Fisher.
Producers Anita Farrell and John Morrison
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