Mike Harding and Nick Barraclough talk to the artists and capture the best performances from this year's Cambridge Folk
Festival, now in its 35th year. Featuring Hal Ketchum , Nick Cave , the Saw Doctors,
James Taylor , Stacey Earle Waterson: Carthy and Edward II.
Producer Nick Barraclough
John Peel concludes his profile of record producer and Atlantic Records executive Jerry Wexler.
Respect. In this programme Wexler recalls recording Aretha Franklin and talks about his championing of white artists Duane Allman ,
Delaney and Bonnie, Doug Sahm , Dr John and Willie Nelson.
Producer Kevin Howlett
Mark Kermode presents a series showcasing some of the best film music - and backstage stories - ever heard. 4: Sex and Drugs and Rock 'n' Roll. This programme charts the love affair between musicians and the silver screen.
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