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Frank Hennessy presents the best in folk, roots and acoustic music from the Celtic countries and beyond. Plus Frank's weekly Celtic gig guide.

2 hours

Last on

Sun 22 Mar 2020 19:00

Music Played

  • Amy Wadge


    • Woj.
  • Joel Rafael Band

    Dance A Little Longer

    • Woodeye.
  • Georgia Ruth

    Codi Angor

    • Week Of Pines.
  • Barry Gleeson

    Love’s Old Sweet Song

    • I Heard A Bird At Dawn.
  • Rose Cousins

    The Agreement

    • Bravado.
  • Christy Moore

    So Do I

    • This Is The Day.
  • Harp and a Monkey


    • Victorians.
  • Hamish Napier

    Tree Of Magic/ Venus Of The Woods

    • The Woods.
  • Robert Severin


    • Postcard From Budapest.
  • Claudia Nygard

    A Little Bit Embarrassed

    • Lucky Girl.
  • Lauford

    John Barleycorn

    • Over The Land.
  • The Maniacs

    The Maniac/The Loon

    • De-composed 18th Century Dance Music.
  • Dan Milner & Bob Conray

    The Roving Gambler

    • Irish In America.
  • Joel Rafael Band

    Dear Mrs. Roosevelt

    • Woodeye.
  • Peter Croft, Mark Jones & Hazel Fairbairn

    New Oklahoma Rag

    • Button Box Breakdown.
  • Cerys Matthews

    Ar Ben Waun Tredegar

    • Hullabaloo.
  • Maggie MacInnes

    Fhir A Chinn Duibh (The Dark Haired Man)

    • Port Ban.
  • Barry Jones

    Folk On The Farm

    • Songs From A (Bed) Room.
  • Ruth And Ken Powell

    Talk To Me Of Mendocino

    • The Cuckoo Flower.
  • Ghazalaw

    Tum Nazar Se/ Cyfri’r Ser (Counting Stars)

    • Ghazalaw.
  • Jud Caswell

    Holding It Together

    • Live! At The Seagull Shop.
  • Rose Cousins

    The Benediction

    • Bravado.
  • Barry Gleeson

    The Girls Along The Road

    • I Heard A Bird At Dawn.
  • Claudia Nygard

    Lucky Girl

    • Lucky Girl.
  • Matthew Frederick

    Pink Blossom Snow

    • Live at Long Row.
  • Chris Cuddy

    Long And Lonesome Old Freight Train

    • Diamond Shine.
  • Joel Rafael Band

    Swing On The Mountain

    • Woodeye.
  • Amy Wadge

    One More Day

    • Bump.


  • Sun 22 Mar 2020 19:00

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