BBC Radio 3 Breakfast Petroc Trelawny follows the Great Glen (Monday 6 June – Friday 10 June)
Monday 6 June; From the foreshore at Cromarty. There’s traditional folk music played by Highland-based, internationally-acclaimed Celtic harpist Isbel Pendlebury on the clarsach - the country’s oldest national instrument.
Tuesday 7 June; From the north-east shore of Loch Ness at Dores. Live music is provided by Duncan Chisholm, one of Scotland's most recognised and accomplished fiddle players and composers; piper and whistle player Ross Ainslie, three times nominated for Musician of the Year at the BBC Radio 2 Folk Awards; and Glasgow multi-instrumentalist Innes Watson.
Wednesday 8 June; From the Caledonian Canal staircase at Fort Augustus.
Thursday 9 June; From the harbour side at Oban. With performances from the Oban Gaelic choir, one of the oldest competition choirs in the Gaelic-speaking world.
Friday 10 June; At the further point west on the Isle of Mull. Live music is provided by local musicians fiddle player singer and composer Hannah Fisher and guitarist Sorren Maclean, who have built busy careers as solo artists and collaborators.
WOMAD: BBC Radio 3 celebrates WOMAD at 40 with a weekend of special broadcasts, including performances by some of the headline acts, introduced by Lopa Kothari (Saturday 30 & Sunday 31 July). Details will be announced in due course.