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Tonight's offerings include Congolese soukous from Kanda Bongo Man, Cape Verdean song from Mayra Andrade and Benin funk from Orchestre Poly-Rhythmo de Cotonou.
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Lucy Duran presents more coverage from the world music festival, including Iraqi oud player Khyam Allami live from the Radio 3 Stage, and highlights from yesterday's set by the Paris-based Orchestre National de Barbes.
Festival coverage by Lucy Duran, with Khyam Allami and the Orchestre National de Barbes.
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The mighty Salif Keita is tonight's headliner, and there are highlights from his set on the Open Air Stage.
Dele Sosimi and his Afrobeat Orchestra and Ethiopia's Geata Krar Collective continue the African theme.
And live from the Radio 3 stage, an acoustic set from one of the UK's great voices, Cerys Matthews.
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Andrew McGregor is joined by Lopa Kothari, Lucy Duran and Mary Ann Kennedy for more from the globe's leading festival of world music, live from the festival site in Charlton Park in Wiltshire.
Headliner Baaba Maal broadcasts direct from thr Open Air Stage, and the mighty Dub Colossus are also live on the BBC Radio 3 stage.
Plus highlights from Argentine electronic artist Axel Krygier and Portuguese fado star Ana Moura.
To close, the Palestinian Trio Joubran play live from the Siam Tent until 1 a.m..
From WOMAD 2011: Baaba Maal, Dub Colossus, Axel Krygier, Ana Moura and Joubran.
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Lucy Duran presents more coverage from the world music festival, including live from the Radio 3 Stage, World Routes Academy protégé, veena player Hari Sivanesan in a special collaboration with renowned Cuban violinist Omar Puente.
Plus highlights from Honduras based Garifuna musician Aurelio Martinez and band.
From WOMAD 2011: veena player Hari Sivanesan with violinist Omar Puente.
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Andrew McGregor, Lopa Kothari, Mary Ann Kennedy and Lucy Duran present more highlights from the globe's leading festival of world music, live from the festival site in Charlton Park, Wiltshire.
Tonight's offerings include Ghanaian Highlife and Afrobeat from Ebo Taylor, the Francophone Cajun stylings of Feufollet live from the Radio 3 stage, and the "grandfathers of worldbeat" Dissidenten.
From WOMAD 2011: Music from Ebo Taylor, Feufollet and Dissidenten.