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World Routes



Presenter: Lucy Duran
Producer:  Roger Short


Saturday 25 August 1.00pm - 2.00pm
Lucy Duran presents a live double bill from the Ross Theatre in Edinburgh's Princes 
Street Gardens concluding Radio 3's "Live Line Up" week from the Edinburgh Fringe.

Featured today are The Kete Warriors led by Ghanaian multi-instrumentalist Mac Tontoh, 
former frontman of legendary Afro-Rock band Osibisa.  Plus local heroes Salsa Celtica who
mix up a unique and exciting blend of Latin and Scottish traditions.


Saturday 1 September 1.00pm - 2.00pm

Earlier this year the legendary and seminal Senegalese salsa band Orchestra Baobab 
reformed, performing together for the first time since the eighties.  The group, whose  
mellow sound rocked West Africa, is now recording a new album at the studios of African 
super-star Youssou N'Dour. Lucy Duran travels to Dakar to meet the band  and witness this 
historic event.

Producer: James Parkin


Saturday 8 September 1.00pm - 2.00pm

Lucy Duran is joined by the braodcaster Charlie Gillett and Asian musician Musuafar Khan 
for a review of what's new in World Music. Plus, live in the studio, the jubilant sounds 
of the world famous Pakistani Qawwali group, Rizwan-Muazzam Qawwali. 
		
Producer: James Parkin


Saturday 22 September 1.00pm - 2.00pm

Lucy Duran is joined by Moshe Morad and Narguess Farzad for a roundup of new world music 
recordings. And in the first week of the Jewish New Year they are joined live in the 
studio by the London-based Klezmer group Oi Va Voi.

Producer James Parkin


For free tickets contact the Radio 3 Information Line on 08700 100 300.

E-mail worldroutes@bbc.co.uk 

Producer Roger Short