A choice of country music, plus a visit from Texan singer Rosie Rores who performs songs from her new album Dance Hall Dreams.
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Classic rhythm and blues and the best of the new releases.
With a session from Chicago bluesman Bernard Allison.
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Trisha Yearwood continues her series charting the . development of country music over the century. How country music resisted the British invasion of the sixties. Loretta Lynn became the first singer to speak up for women in country music.
The final part of the series in which Barry Took remembers Kenneth Horne, who died 30 years ago this year, and introduces an edition of the classic radio comedy show. Round the Horne written by Barry Took and Marty Feldman Producer John Simmonds
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