- From Nashville, Tennessee, where Terry Wogan is in town for the annual Country Music Association Awards. Some of country's hottest stars, including Suzy Bogguss and Beth Nielsen Chapman, will be dropping by as he soaks up the atmosphere.
John Peel looks at 100 years of folk music. This programme looks at the Celtic phenomenon, examining how Planxty,
Christy Moore , Mary Black , Clannad and Enya have brought traditional folk music into the mainstream.
From the Grand Old
Opry, Nashville, Tennessee.
Nick Barraclough and Bob Harris with exclusive coverage of the 1999 Country Music Association Awards. The big contenders this year are husband and wife Tim McGraw and Faith Hill
who have six nominations between them. Vince Gill is in the running in the Male
Vocalist of the Year category. Producers John Leonard and Chris Marshall
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