Program Highlights and Schedules for October - December 2014

Program #

Feed Date

Program Title


14-40

10/2/14

New Releases


Our monthly roundup of new and recent releases from both sides of the Atlantic.

14-41

10/9/14

Good Friends, Good Music


Taking our title from a 1977 album by Boys of the Lough, we explore music by and about friends.

14-42

10/16/14

The Pipes, The Pipes Are Calling


Can you handle an all-piping show? This week we explore the great variety of bagpipes in Celtic music, from the Great Highland Pipes of Scotland to the Uilleann Pipes of Ireland to the pipes of Northumbria and Galicia.

14-43

10/23/14

The Celtic Cruise


Join us this week for a cruise along the shores of the Celtic lands, from the Highlands and Islands of Scotland to the Isle of Man, Ireland, Wales, Cornwall, Brittany, Galicia, and across the pond to Nova Scotia and Newfoundland.

14-44

10/30/14

New Releases


Check out the best in vocal and instrumental tracks from new and recent releases in this week's program.

14-45

11/6/14

Music of World War I


With this year marking the 100th anniversary of the start of the first World War, we will explore music from the war era as well as songs written about the war in more recent years.

14-46

11/13/14

Jimmy McCarthy Songs


Jimmy McCarthy is one of Ireland's leading contemporary songwriters, with songs covered by Mary Black, Christy Moore, and many others. This week we feature his songs in the hands of a wide variety of singers.

14-47

11/20/14

Six in the Spotlight


Six new releases by Celtic bands get the spotlight this week, as we dig a little deeper into their vocal as well as instrumental work.

14-48

11/27/14

Old Favorites


Recordings from the past 5 decades form the basis for this week's Celtic assortment.

14-49

12/4/14

New Releases


Last chance for new albums to get into the running for our upcoming Best of 2014 program.

14-50

12/11/14

The Ones We Miss


This year we have lost several highly respected and loved musicians from Ireland, Scotland, and Nova Scotia, namely Sean Potts, Jean Redpath, and Buddy MacMaster. This week we pay tribute to their music as well as music by others who are no longer with us.

14-51

12/18/14

A Celtic Christmas


We feature Christmas and seasonal music from the British and Irish Isles, Scandinavia, North America, and other traditions in this week's Celtic Christmas show.

14-52

12/25/14

Best of 2014


Join host Bryan Kelso Crow as he rounds up some of the best albums of 2014, culminating in his announcement of the Album of the Year winner.




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