Alistair Anderson introduces a six-part series celebrating the 30th anniversary of Boys of the Lough's formation. 3:
This programme concentrates on the eighties - success, tragedy, uncertainty and a change of emphasis.
Plus material recorded at their
21st anniversary concert at Carnegie Hall, New York.
Allan Taylor presents the last in a four-part series on the work of record producer Joe Boyd. 4: Hannibal in the Eighties Featuring the formation of Boyd's own Hannibal label which helped define the term World Music. He also worked with REM and 10,000 Maniacs.
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