In the run-up to tonight's CMA Awards - broadcast live from Nashville at 12.55am-
Barraclough is backstage at the Grand Ole Opry, accompanied by a line-up of some of the biggest acts in country, discussing the favourites and delivering the best gossip.
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Nick Barraclough and Bob Harris broadcast from the Grand Ole Opry in Nashville with exclusive live coverage of this year's Country Music Association Awards, the most important event in the country music calendar. As well as guiding listeners through the ceremony, they will also be talking to some of the stars straight from the winners' podium. The awards ceremony features performances from nominated artists.
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