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Skill to serenity through kora to guitar with Derek Gripper on this A World In London!

The first Bungalow Road Jazz Show features a selection of marabi, jazz-in-exile from the 1970s, renowned artists, reissues and recent releases which are all part of the sound of South African Jazz from the last 70 years.


Be transported to the streets of Montevideo with this live recording of Guillermo Rozenthuler's Candombé band.

CWCLDN holds an exclusive chat with the 'Samurai Guitarist', Miyavi in this episode. We meet the Japanese living legend musician, singer-songwriter, and producer, who toured the world under his 'Slap The World Tour 2014' in London's Universal Music office. Listen to the London conversation on this enigmatic yet humble man, revealed in this episode.

Ahmed Dickinson is a supreme musician schooled in Havana and London. Bringing great sensitivity and dexterity to the art of guitar-playing, Ahmed returns to A World In London after four years. On this show he plays his intricate interpretations of Eduardo Martin compositions, recorded for The Havana Suite album. See these two Cuban virtuosos together, live, in concert at Bolivar Hall on May 14th!

A show dedicated to those who hate samba, frevo, maracatu and anything remotely related to the Brazilian carnival! Luckily for us, that still leaves us a lot of great music to be enjoyed by the grumpy and light-hearted alike.

We kick off our second week dedicated to Punkt Festival in Kristiansand, Norway by chatting to Jan Bang, one of the festival's founders. An influential figure in live remixing, he talks about the festival's genesis and plans for the future. Also, Harvey talks to Ben Frost, a rather prolific noise musician living in Iceland. Other festival performers getting a play include Owen Pallett, Marconi Union and the Weekend Guitar Trio. A thermal bass layer as the northern winds take hold.