indulges in her love of Americana with archive sessions from Anais Mitchell, Tim O'Brien and Shawn Colvin among others.
Anna Massie delves into the BBC Scotland archive in search of her Americana favourites.
delves into the BBC Scotland archive for an hour of Celtic fusion.
Gary Innes delves into the BBC Scotland Archive for an hour of Celtic fusion or what he is affectionately calling, 'Music My Granny Would've Loathed!' From Wolfstone to Shooglenifty, the Peatbog Faeries to Salsa Celtica, Gary gathers a selection of concert sets and interviews from the bands which have influenced him as a music maker and composer.
In 2015, Greg Lawson brought the GRIT Orchestra to the stage for the first time with his orchestration of Martyn Bennett's album of the same name to great acclaim. GRIT was Bennett's last album before his passing in 2005 and he used lots of samples of songs and stories from the travelling people of Scotland and the Gaelteachd traditions of the Hebrides. Greg goes in search of some of those voices to try and understand the culture they represent. This includes a look at the dying Cant language of Perthshire with Sheila Stewart, the story of the Tarland witch told by Lizzie Higgins and a look at the man who inspired Martyn's choices, Hamish Henderson.
Greg Lawson searches the archive for the voices behind Martyn Bennett's last album, Grit.
selects some favourite moments from his BBC Radio Scotland show. We'll hear Michael Marra, Dougie MacLean, Mary Chapin Carpenter, Adam Cohen, Kathy Mattea and more.
Iain Anderson selects favourite moments from his BBC Radio Scotland show.