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Monday, December 18, 2017

Black Music in Europe: A Hidden History

This looks interesting. Clarke Peters presents a three-part series looking at the emergence of black musicians in Europe, beginning tomorrow morning on Radio 4. Expect certain preconceptions to be challenged; who, where and when? Each programme in the series will examine a decade in time – the first, starting 9:00am Tuesday 19th, focuses upon 1900-1910, Boxing Day moves on ten years to 1910-1920, and the final programme, covering 1920-1930, will be broadcast on January 9th. The programmes will be repeated at 9:30pm on the day of the broadcast. In addition to the series, tune to Late Junction (Radio 3, 11:00pm, Tuesday 19) as presenter Verity Sharp offers her thoughts on the documentary series.       
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