31/12/2011

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Duration: 59 minutes

Jackie Bird hosts this year's showcase of Scottish musical talent. Phil Cunningham is in the driving seat with his long-term musical partner - Shetland fiddle legend Aly Bain. They are joined by young up-and-coming indie folk band Admiral Fallow as well as the fabulous traditional band Breabach. Plus, singer-songwriters Rab Noakes and Emma Pollock lead a musical tribute to Gerry Rafferty. The House of Edgar Shotts and Dykehead Pipe Band will pipe in the new year accompanied by our amazing Hogmanay Live house band.

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Sat 31 Dec 2011 23:45 BBC One Scotland only

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Credits

Presenter
Jackie Bird
Presenter
Phil Cunningham
Executive Producer
Graham Mitchell
Director
John Smith

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