Folk, roots and acoustic sounds.
Tonight Mike talks to Donald Shaw and Karen Matheson (of Scottish octet Capercaillie) and plays tracks from their latest and final album. And current Fairport
Convention members Chris Leslie and Ric Sanders reveal their favourite tour-bus tunes.
4/4. Sardonically inclined rock and pop observer David Ouantick offers comically constructed and potentially fabricated lessons in music with which to impress your friends. Armed with fake archive footage, adverts and recordings, he devotes the series to the potentially threatening world of classical music, concluding this week with Elgar, modern classical music and classical moods.
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