Country, roots and Americana, with new and archive recordings. Featuring a live Nashville session from young Texan singer/ songwriter Sunny Sweeney.
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9/11. Retro rocker Suzi Ouatro spins American rock 'n' roll gems of the 50s and early 60s. Tonight's independent-label showcase features Class studio recordings by Bobby Day , Eugene Church and the Fellows, and Googie Rene Combo. Plus golden oldies by the Everly Brothers and Darlene Love. And Suzi celebrates the 50th anniversary of the release of Butterfly, by Charlie Grace.
3/6. Comedian Lee Mack returns with his variety show featuring stand-up comedy, sketches, contrived chaos and a weekly musical guest. His accomplices include Angela McHale and a house band led by Steve Brown. Repeated on Saturday at 1.30pm
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