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Liz Clark

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Festival Fling with Liz featuring Tønder Festival 2011

If you missed Liz Clark on Saturday’s Festival Fling programme featuring the Tønder Festival which takes in the town of Tønder in Denmark near the German border and the end of August each year then use Catch-Up Anytime facility. Liz has interviews with some of the artists appearing at Tønder including Lunasa, De Dannan (pictured), Paul …

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Eilidh Grant guests on Travels with My Auntie Liz

In the studio with Liz Clark on Travels with My Auntie Liz  on Tuesday 27 September (repeated Wednesday 28  September at 1.00pm) is the  wonderful home grown talent in the form of Eilidh Grant who is a fine singer who has been singing since before she began to walk! From the early days of singing with …

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Catch Up with Liz Clark’s guests anytime

If you missed Liz Clark’s studio 1 guests on Tuesday 13 September on her ‘Travels with My Auntie Liz’ programme then listen anytime via our Catch Up listen section.  With Liz was James Lindsay and Calum MacCrimmond  of Mans Ruin who gave a taste of their stunning new CD  “Health and Safety” Man’s Ruin comprise five of Scotland’s leading cross-genre …

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Festival Fling Sat 9th September 2-4pm

With a difference today! To mark the 10 th Anniversary of a day when the world would never be quite the same again.  How that song throughout the ages protested or celebrated events as observed by the author of the song – which were carried through the oral tradition down the ages and thankfully continues …

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Album of the Week – Ian Bruce ‘Hits & Pieces’

The Celtic Music Radio CD Album of The Week  for week commencing 20 September is the new release from Ian Bruce called ‘Hits & Pieces’. HITS & PIECES (The First Thirty Years) is two CDs together which cover all of Ian Bruce’s facets.   Says Ian: “As a record collector myself I know what genuinely gets me excited …

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Festival Fling Saturday 16 July 2-4.00pm

This week’s Festival Fling features Stonehaven Folk Festival with the Tradition Bearers Concert 2011 with Geordie Murision, Joe Aitken, Siobhan Miller, Barbara Dymock and Ken Wilson. It’s traditional singing at it’s very best – sung in Scots, Doric and even English!  A fantastic concert. Repeated Sunday 01:00-03:00am.

This weekend’s Festival Fling and Fling Extra

Marilyn Middleton Pollock (pictured) is singer who is as well known in the world of jazz and blues as she is in that of folk music. Originally from Chicago her music took her right across the USA and then to Europe where her first album ‘Nobody Knows You’ in 1988 won the Music Retailers Association Award …

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Festival Fling

This weekends Festival Fling programme features live concerts from the wonderful Orkney Folk Festival 2011. In ther 21st birthday year, Ireland’s and the world’s own 4 Men and a Dog are making their debut gig at Orkney Folk Festival. Brilliantly on fiddle is Cathal Hayden, Gino Lupari is the sex symbol and front man and the dulcit tones …

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Jimmie MacGregor guests on Travels with My Auntie Liz on Tuesday

Jimmie MacGregor was born in Glasgow and is a graduate of the famous Glasgow School of Art. He has worked as a potter,  teacher, quarryman, mortuary attendant, illustrator, writer, radio and television presenter, world rennowned folk singer and musician, awarded an MBE, a Fellow of  The Royal Zoological Societ of Scotland as well a Friend and Member …

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