The best in country music and this week's most-played singles in America.
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Classic rhythm and blues from the archive and the best of the new releases. Acoustic bluesman Catfish Keith joins Paul Jones in the studio for a chat and to perform songs from his new album, Twist It Babe.
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The last in the series in which the singer plays some of her favourite uplifting songs.
This week Natalie Cole tells how gospel music has been an important part of her life since her father introduced her to it when she was a child. Producers Ruth Price. Juliet Fletcher
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