Ralph McTell takes a look at the folk and roots world. His studio guests are the Oyster Band playing tracks from their forthcoming CD. Diane-Louise Jordan reports from the Music for Youth National Festival and finds out if traditional music-making is being kept alive in our schools.
Steve Wright reviews the latest film and video releases, including the Wright Choice - the film of the week on TV.
With music and soundtracks, interviews and the latest movie gossip, plus some great moments in the history of the. silver screen.
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