Folk, roots and acoustic-based music. This edition replays some of the year's particularly memorable live moments, with performances by Paul Brady ,
Gillian Welch , Danu and Janis Ian
2/10. Mica Paris showcases vintage and contemporary soul, including archive material, underground rarities and big-name interviews. In this edition
Mica chats with nu-soul singer Raphael Saadiq , who has made his name as part of R&B/funk trio Tony! Toni! Tone! and R&B/ hip-hop trio Lucy Pearl.
1/3. Pop aficionadc
Paul Gambaccini recalls the year's significant breakthrough acts, featuring interviews with record executives, industry commentators and the new artists to have emerged.
This first instalment features interviews with British trio Keane and American rock quintet
Maroon5, both of whose million selling debut albums specialise in melodic songs.
Producer Kevin Howlett
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