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Apr 18 2015

“Julie Features on Various BBC Radio Programmes!”

If you were fortunate enough to be tuned in to BBC Radios 2, 3 & 4 at different times yesterday (Friday 17 April), you might have heard Julie featured on 3 major programmes; if not, not to worry as all can still be heard if you have access to the BBC Radio iPlayer.

Julie’s various features yesterday which included interviews, chats and a live session were included in the following programmes and the links will enable you to listen again:

10am BBC RADIO 4: Woman's Hour.


10pm BBC RADIO 2: Radio 2 Arts Show with Claudia Winkleman.


11pm BBC RADIO 3: World on 3. (Julie’s live session is now available as a podcast via: 



In addition, on Wednesday 22 April, Julie will be a guest on Steve Wright’s show on BBC Radio 2 and in the evening, she will be co-presenting (along with ‘The Folk Show’s’ Mark Radcliffe) the BBC Radio 2 Folk Awards live from Cardiff.  More details and links below:




2pm BBC RADIO 2: Steve Wright in the Afternoon. 


8pm BBC RADIO 2: BBC Radio 2 Folk Awards


Julie will also be performing a song (with her full band) during the Folk Awards ceremony; and as she has been nominated for ‘Folk Singer of the Year’; a great night is in store! The Awards Ceremony will be available on the BBC red button after the radio broadcast. 


Julie with the brilliant Québécois quartet 'Le Vent du Nord' perform “Noces Tragique”.

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Julie Fowlis performing Hè Gràdh Hò Gràdh’ on BBC's Transatlantic Sessions


Tour Dates

6th May
Regional Cultural Centre, Letterkenny, Co. Donegal. Ireland.
8th May
Baltimore Fiddle Fair. The Marquee, Baltimore, Co. Cork. Ireland.
9th May
Seamus Ennis Cultural Centre, The Naul, Fingal. Co. Dublin. Ireland.
10th May
Duncairn Centre for Culture & Arts, Duncairn Ave, Antrim Road, Belfast BT14 6BP N Ireland.
21st May
'Brighton Festival 2015' Brighton Dome Corn Exchange. Church Street, Brighton, BN1 1UE England.UK.
22nd May
Sam Wanamaker Playhouse, Shakespeare's Globe Theatre. 21 New Globe Walk, Bankside. London SE1 9DT. England.

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