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In conversation with Linda Thompson

Mark Radcliffe presents an hour of the best folk and acoustic music from Britain and beyond, including the latest releases, classic tracks and news from the folk world.
This week, Mark speaks to Linda Thompson about her new album, Won't Be Long Now, which is her first solo release since 2007's Versatile Heart. The new record features a duet with her ex-husband Richard Thompson, songs with son and daughter Teddy and Kami Thompson, along with contributions from Ron Sexsmith, John Kirkpatrick, Martin Carthy, Dave Swarbrick, Sam Amidon, Eliza Carthy and others.
Linda speaks to Mark about making records and performing while suffering from dysphonia - a condition that has long affected her ability to sing.

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57 minutes

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Wed 30 Oct 2013 19:00

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