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The Thistle & Shamrock: Tales Of The Riverbank

The Thistle & Shamrock: Tales Of The Riverbank

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Luka Bloom appears on this week's show.

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Rivers run through many of our well-loved and best-known landscapes. Their quiet banks and neglected docksides are now often the focus of rural rediscovery and urban regeneration. Music, old and new, celebrates our rivers as sources of life and of timeless inspirations to song-makers.

This program previously ran May 2014.

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