Nick Barraclough and Mike Harding co-present exciting on-site coverage of this year's folk and country festival, staged in the grounds of Cherry
Hinton Hall in Cambridge. Featuring interviews with star acts and music from the main stage, where the line-up includes the Saw Doctors, Steve Earle ,
Afro Celts, Roseanne Cash , Martin Simpson ,
Linda Thompson and Eliza Carthy.
Mica Paris returns with a 16-part series featuring vintage and contemporary soul, including archive material, underground rarities, big-name interviews and live recordings from top events. Producer Alex Feldman
Stuart Maconie expands on his Saturday radio show with a series assessing the recorded performances of six giants of popular music. In this edition Maconie delivers his verdict on the recording career of Dusty Springfield.
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