Country, roots and Americana, with new and archive recordings. Performing in session are North Carolinian "grungegrass" trio the Avett Brothers, who fuse together bluegrass, punk,
Southern rock, ragtime and folk.
4/4. Russell Davies concludes his exploration of the ancient art of close-harmony singing. The first series, which aired in 2005, celebrated its many variations, including barbershop, jazz, gospel and doo-wop as sung by sacred, commercial, amateur and professional groups. This series features Ladysmith Black
Mambazo, UK and US jingle performers, Welsh male-voice choirs, cathedral choristers and many other contributors.
3/5. Cultural and political satirical sketch series in which
Andy Parsons and Henry Naylor trawl through the weekend supplements for news, gossip and reviews.
Featuring comic support from Lucy Porter and music by Richie Webb. Repeated on Saturday at 1.30pm
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