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Audio and video highlights of interviews and sessions from Morton Through Midnight.
The American country music star Eric Church in session and conversation with Tom Morton.
70s rock icon Paul Rodgers drops by for a chat about his new release The Royal Sessions.
Norman Blake from Teenage Fan Club and Joe Pernice in session and conversation with Tom.
Hugh Burns performs an exclusive version of Scarborough Fair for Morton Through Midnight.
John Goldie performs his original composition Sight and Sound on Morton Through Midnight.
An exclusive performance by John Goldie and Hugh Burns of the Stevie Wonder classic.
Scottish fingerpicker John Goldie performing 'Linhe Fires' live for Celtic Connections.
Finger picking maestro John Goldie performing live at the CCA for Celtic Connections.
Karl Wallinger and World Party performing Is It Like Today on Morton Through Midnight.
The Big Country guitarist chats to Tom about their new album The Journey.
Tom chats to legendary drummer Kenney Jones of The Small Faces, The Faces and The Who.
The former Any Trouble frontman performs My Kind of Girl from his new album This is Now.
The former Any Trouble frontman performs Harlem from his new album This is Now.
Fran Healey and Andy Dunlop cover John Martyn's May You Never live in session.
Fran Healey and Andy Dunlop from the band perform Another Guy live in session.
Tom Morton speaks with Kev Sherry and Colin McArdle of the Attic Lights.
Ally Kerr and Caroline Evans perform Everything I've Learned on Morton Through Midnight.
Lead singer of Randolph's Leap stops by the studio for an interview and live session.
Mickey Rooney of the Primevals talks about what inspires him to make great music.
Beerjacket performance of Dog Day Star for Morton Through Midnight.
Six Degrees of Separation - The Bevvy Sisters session for Morton Through Midnight
It Ain't What You Do - The Bevvy Sisters in session for Morton Through Midnight
Lonely Tourist performs I live where you are live in Morton through Midnight.
Lonely Tourist performs The Ballad of Paul Tierney live on Morton through Midnight.
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