The fourth of six programmes exploring folk and roots music broadcasting around the world. This week, Alan Klitgaard plays the best in Danish and Scandinavian folk and roots music in the English-language version of Danish Radio channel P3's Folk 98.
The fourth in a five-part series in which Bill Cotton CBE talks to Colin Morris about his 50 years in show business.
This week, Life with Auntie
(Part 2), featuring Peter Cook and Dudley Moore , the Two Ronnies, Bruce Forsyth , Cliff Richard and Abba.
A six-part series that takes a look at some of the world's oldest songs. In the second programme, a Yorkshire shepherd and the Bishop of Hull are among those who look again at Psalm 23 - The Lord's My Shepherd.
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