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theartsdesk Radio Show 18

peter Culshaw

Peter Culshaw’s nomadic monthly round-up of the latest brilliant intercontinental sounds includes...

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theartsdesk Radio Show 17

peter Culshaw

Another peripatetic global music update from theartsdesk's Peter Culshaw, hosted by Music Box Radio. This edition features forthcoming album releases from hard salsa revivalists...

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theartsdesk Radio Show 16

peter Culshaw

After a hiatus, theartsdesk Radio Show is back with a new partner, Music Box Radio, hosted in their studio at the Market House in Brixton. Peter Culshaw’s global round-up of new and...

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theartsdesk Radio Show 15

peter Culshaw

Another splendidly eclectic globalist radio show hosted by Peter Culshaw. The show's featured album of the month is the impeccable The Woman at The End Of The World by...

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theartsdesk Radio Show 14

peter Culshaw

Another of Peter Culshaw’s peripatetic global radio shows. Star of this month's show is the Trinidadian Calypso Queen Calypso Rose, whose new album Far From Home, to be...

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theartsdesk Radio Show 13

peter Culshaw

Another peripatetic mix of the latest global sounds and reissues from theartsdesk’s resident world music fanatic Peter Culshaw. The...

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theartsdesk Radio Show: Bowie Tribute

peter Culshaw

That purveyor of everything from crazy cosmic jive and plastic soul to epic disco and elegant Berlin ambient gloom made a hell of an exit last week. His last release,...

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theartsdesk Radio Show 11

peter Culshaw

Peter Culshaw’s latest global round-up of new music and reissues features the usual spendidly earbending eclectic selection. There’s 1960s Indian lounge, 1970s Senegalese music unearthed by the...

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theartsdesk Radio Show 10

peter Culshaw

Listen to the latest edition of Peter Culshaw’s peripatetic round-up of some recent hot global music releases, including some re-releases of old classics and yet-to-be unleashed tracks including a...

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theartsdesk Radio Show 9

theartsdesk

Been a while since you checked out the best and latest world music releases? theartsdesk’s global music expert Peter Culshaw's selects the best music released in the last month or so....

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