The latest releases in roots, folk and acoustic music. The studio guests are Flutopia, a specially formed group building on the popular young band Flook! and including players from Britain. Spain, Hungary and Brittany.
Six programmes in which Alan Whicker celebrates a career in travel journalism by looking back over his best-known reports for
Whicker's World. 2: Outlaws
In this programme, he considers American gun culture and meets some of the residents of a suburb in Los Angeles who are learning "shoot to kill" tactics.
A six-part series during Lent that takes a look at some of the world's oldest songs. In the fifth programme. midwives and fathers join school children from Crosby in exploring Psalm 139 - "Before I Was Born, You
Knew Everything about Me!"
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