Folk music, featuring highlights of the year's live shows from events such as Glasgow's Celtic Connections (January), the BBC Radio 2 Folk Awards (February), the Radio 2 Cambridge Folk Festival (July) and the BBC Electric Proms tribute to Lal Waterson (October).
6/6. Conductor and music commentator Charles Hazlewood concludes a series exploring links between classical and popular music. Tonight's guests include members of the Imagined Village project, which seeks to reinvent traditional English folk music.
Performing in the barn are
Billy Bragg , Martin Carthy , Eliza Carthy Sheila Chandra , Sheema Mukherjee and Afro Celt Soundsystem producer Simon Emmerson.
2/3. Pop aficionado
Paul Gambaccini showcases his pick of the year's significant breakthrough acts He continues with Illinois-bred indie rock quintet Plain White T's who hit big (after ten years of trying) with the still-charting transatlantic folk-pop hit Hey
There Delilah. Also scheduled are Canadian singer/songwriter Robin Thicke and North Carolina-based rock act Daughtry, whose lead singer Chris Daughtry came fourth in American Idol but far outsold Idol winner Taylor Hicks with the band's debut album Daughtry.
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