with the Early Show
with Laurie Rosenberg.
with Rt Rev Jim Thompson.
As part of Working for You, Gloria talks to the experts about the advantages and pitfalls of new patterns of work. How can you make a go of working from home, freelancing or job-sharing? Producers Richard Masters and Fiona Bally
Jim's studio guest tonight is one of the leading singers of the folk revival, Yorkshire's Dave Burland.
In the last of the series Ian Campbell's guest is Malkit Singh, the young British bhangra star who has been described as India's answer to Michael Jackson. Bhangra has its roots in Punjabi folk music but has developed in Britain into a really popular sound which has now been exported back to India.
This week Graham Knight presents some of the youngest barbershop performers from both sides of the Atlantic, and meets some of those involved in introducing barbershop to a new generation of singers.
This week's guest is author and playwright Rukhsana Ahmad. After teaching English Literature in Karachi, Rukhsana moved to Britain in 1973. Since then she has written several plays which have toured the country, while her latest radio play is due on air next month. She has also translated, compiled and edited a collection of feminist Urdu poetry and her first novel is out next year.
The Organist Entertains In their heyday, theatre organs were to be found in hundreds of cinemas.
Tonight's programme visits the Odeon, Weston-super-Mare, to hear one of the few remaining instruments still in its original home.
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Pause for Thought with Rev Andrew Campbell.
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