Featuring a session by Dessislava Stefanova and the London Bulgarian Choir.
Lucy Duran travels to Poland to explore the folk music of Chopin's homeland.
Music from the Darbar Festival, including Uday Bhawalkar and Shashwati Mandal Paul.
Highlights from the Darbar Festival, featuring performances by Indian classical musicians.
A concert by Gilberto Gil, introduced by fellow Brazilian singer Monica Vasconcelos.
A session by Malian kora player Toumani Diabate and a review of Latin American releases.
A concert by two nominees in the Radio 3 Awards for World Music. With Son de la Frontera.
Lucy Duran introduces highlights from the London Flamenco Festival at Sadler's Wells.
With a look at new world music CDs and a performance from the Soweto Gospel Choir.
Romanian band Taraf de Haidouks perform gypsy-inspired classics by Bartok and Falla.
With a studio session by mandolin player Chris Thile with his group Punch Brothers.
Lucy Duran explores Azerbaijan's musical traditions
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Lucy Duran recalls 2007's WOMAD festival, with Mariza, Taj Mahal, Sheila Chandra and Frigg
Lucy Duran recalls the 2007 WOMAD Festival, with Toots and the Maytals and Reem Kelani.
Lucy Duran presents a session by South Indian violin duo Nandini and Lalitha Muthuswamy.
Moshe Morad introduces a concert given by rising Ladino star Yasmin Levy in Jerusalem.
Moshe Morad is in Jordan's capital to record Iraqi singer and songwriter Ilham Al Madfai.
Lucy Duran travels to Georgia to find out more about its ancient musical traditions.
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Lucy Duran introduces a performance by Brazil's celebrated singer-songwriter.
Lucy Duran presents a studio session by the Vietnamese singer Huong Thanh.
Lucy Duran introduces a performance by Orchestra Baobab, recorded at London's Jazz Cafe.
Music from the Palestinian oud group Trio Joubran, with percussionist Yousef Hbeish.
Lucy Duran visits WOMEX in Seville and hears the freshest talent in world music.
Revealing the nominees for the 2008 BBC Radio 3 Awards for World Music.
Concert by Indian flautist Pandit Hariprasad Chaurasia and tabla player Yogesh Samsi.
Highlights from the station's landmark 1987 concert series, Music of the Royal Courts.
Moshe Morad travels to the Hashemite Kingdom of Jordan to discover its musical traditions
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Lucy Duran celebrates the Ethiopian millennium with Alemu Aga and Francis Falceto.
The shrine of Pakpattan and a tribute to Nusrat Fateh Ali Khan, who died ten years ago.
Jameela Siddiqi profiles the temple and its music, and talks to some of the performers.