Saturday, March 15, 2003


One of the great secrets of radio unveils itself to a small audience between 22:15 and midnight from Monday to Thursday on BBC Radio 3. Late Junction is a "laid-back, eclectic mix of music from across the globe, ranging from Mali to Bali, and from medieval chant to 21st-century electronica." It is presented regularly by Fiona Talkington and Verity Sharp. You can get a flavour from the playlists here, and of course you can listen on-line. Late Junction is also a record label. A review of oner of the recent collections, ‘Nordic Nights’ will follow shortly on NFE.

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