The latest in folk, roots and acoustic-based music. Guest
Paul Adams discusses his 25 years at the helm of Workington-based record label Fellside, known for its traditional output, from which Adams plays a selection of tracks. The label's current roster includes Folk Award-winning double acts Nancy Kerr and James Fagan , and John Spiers and Jon Boden.
Series in which Roger Daltrey profiles pioneering rocker Chuck Berry , who - though much olderthan the likes of Elvis Presley and Jerry Lee
Lewis - spoke to a generation of American teens with his singular sound derived from white and black influences.
This edition recalls his
St Louis upbringing, a rare recording of the Cubans, a few of his greatest "car" songs and Maybellene.
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