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Posted By: GUEST,henryp
07-Sep-22 - 07:02 AM
Thread Name: BBC Radio This week 2022
Subject: RE: BBC Radio This week 2022
BBC Radio 2 9:00pm Wednesday Folk Show with Mark Radcliffe
7 September 2022 Touring by tall ship with the Sea Song Sessions
Members of the Sea Song Sessions talk about their new album, and touring by tall ship. Ben Nicholls and Emily Portman chat to Mark about the project, which also involves Seth Lakeman, Jack Rutter and Bellowhead's Jon Boden. The group will be playing harbourside venues when they tour the south coast onboard a sailing ship in late September.
You can hear songs from the Sea Song Sessions and more LIVE at three, one-off harbourside and onboard performances.
LOOE HARBOUR Tuesday 27 September 2022 Doors 6pm. Tallship ‘Anny’ will come alongside and act as stage, audience will view the performance from the East Quay on Looe Harbour. £25.00
CHARLESTOWN HARBOUR Wednesday 28th September Doors 6pm. Below decks on Sailing Barge ‘Lady Daphne’ alongside in Charlestown. Only 40 capacity! £45.00
FALMOUTH: NATIONAL MARITIME MUSEUM CORNWALL Friday 30 September 2022 Doors 7pm. Performance in the boat hall of the maritime museum. Please note this will be a standing event. £25.00
14 September 2022 Jackie Oates sings live
This week, singer and musician Jackie Oates plays songs from her new album, 'Gracious Wings'. Jackie is one of the most cherished folk voices of her generation, combining sensitive singing with superb fiddle and viola playing to affect audiences since the mid-2000s. Her touring trio includes Mike Cosgrave (piano, accordion, guitar) and John Parker (double bass). Gracious Wings features friends and guests Megan Henwood, Jon Wilks and Simon Emmerson of the Imagined Village.
21 September 2022 The Unthanks cast our sorrows away
This week, members of Northumbrian family band The Unthanks talk about their new album, 'Sorrows Away'. Acclaimed and admired since 2003, The Unthanks continue to evolve their sound while always making something beautiful or affecting.
28 September 2022 Jake Blount: imagining a future using songs from the past
American musician Jake Blount talks about his new release, 'The New Faith'. Jake's Afrofuturist album imagines a world in which Black Americans, driven north by the effects of climate change, live as refugees. They sing their story through timeless folk songs and spirituals, mixing roots music and rap.