|A||01||Dickens And The Marrowbone||19990213||19990222|
This week he talks to Tim Healey who has researched and re-created the songs of street and parlour that litter the works of Dickens and brought cacophony to 19th-century LONDON.
|A||01||Fairies In The Garden||19990213||19990222|
This week he talks to harpist Elizabeth Jane Baldry who has recreated the fairy music that became the pop music of the day, enjoyed in the parlours of the newly rich middle classes and in the royal court of Queen Victoria herself.
|A||03||Hardy On The Fiddle||19990220||19990301|
|A||03||Hardy On The Fiddle||19990227||19990301|
This week he talks to Dave Townsend, who has re-created West Gallery music and tunes that Thomas Hardy refers to in his novels.
|A||04||Singer On His Feet||19990306||19990308|
While the Scots, Irish and Welsh are always seen as the rightful owners of British folk music, Tony Engle argues passionately for the traditional ENGLISH singers and players whose music rang out from the pubs and kitchens of the working classes.