From TV Times "A series of programmes for people with something to sing about. Folk songs reflect the life we experience and what we hope for and believe in."
Hosted by composer and singer Sydney Carter the Sunday early evening show seemed
to fall somewhere between Sunday Break and Stars on Sunday. The first series featured
the Salvation Army's pop group The Joystrings, claiming that "We're going to set
the world a-
The second series of thirteen shows began July 1965 and according to an article in
TV Times host Sydney Carter claimed "The object of the series is to raise questions
to which religion holds to answers. Music can make our questions -
Supporting Carter in many of the shows were British folk stars Martin Carthy, Nadia Cattouse, Isla Cameron, Robin Hall & Jimmie MacGregor, The New Faces, Alex Campbell and The Johnny Scott Trio.
However, the one show that must have drawn its biggest audience was 7th June 1964 when Bob Dylan was invited onto the show to perform Don't Think Twice It's Alright, Blowin’ In The Wind and Chimes of Freedom.