Miles Kington and guests review a new set of Rock
Family Trees. They also look at books about two bands celebrating anniversaries this year - Dr Feelgood with their 25th, and Fairport Convention with their 30th.
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Leonard Pearcey introduces a concert from this year's Chichester Festivities.
Featuring the BBC Concert Orchestra, conducted by Andrew Greenwood , and all past winners of the Radio 2 Young Musician of the Year competition: Sally Harrop on clarinet, Hannah Roberts on cello, Yuri Zhislin on violin, Mark Ashford on guitar,
Andrew McNeill on saxophone, and Sheona White on tenor horn. Including an appearance by this year's winner. Producer Roy Oakshott
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