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Episode Four

In this episode, to celebrate the 70th birthday of the NHS in UK, there's interviews with members of the NHS Countess Choir, a workplace choir for staff and volunteers at the Countess of Chester hopsital. Conversation topics include the role of the workplace choir, teamwork, singing on the wards and the impact the choir has for its members.

Weblinks for podcast

http://www.coch.nhs.uk/

https://nhsvoices.com/

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Episode Three

In this episode, there's an extended interview and exclusive live performance from shanty superstars The Fisherman's Friends. Conversation topics include: their early days, Cornish identity and the importance of pub singing! 

Web link for episode

www.thefishermansfriends.com

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Episode Two

In this episode, there's an interview with ethnomusicologist Caroline Bithell plus original music from Roger Jackson, a vintage recording of the Georgian State Folk & Dance Ensemble and Bristol's Georgian Choir 'Borghali'. Plus regular feature 'Why I Sing'. 

 

Web links for episode

http://sing.co.uk/

http://freemusicarchive.org/

http://manchester.academia.edu/CarolineBithell

https://www.borjghali.co.uk/ 

 

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Episode One

In this episode there's original music from Stephen Taberner (of the Spooky Men's Chorale) and Chris Hutchings, reflections from Wrexham Community Choir and an interview with Danish a cappella outfit Vokalkompagniet.

 

Web links for epiosde

https://wxmchoir.wordpress.com/

http://www.stephentaberner.com/index/home.html

https://spookymen.com/

http://www.vokalkompagniet.dk/

http://www.hutchingsmusic.co.uk/

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