A Cumbrian musician is reviving old Cumberland and Westmorland tunes played in the time of poet William Wordsworth.
Ed Heslam has produced a CD of music dating back to the 1700's, in the hope of keeping the songs alive for future generations. Paul Crone reports.
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A charity which uses music to help people with dementia has launched a new internet learning programme.
Playlist for Life was founded by broadcaster Sally Magnusson after she saw the benefits music had for her mother.
Staff at Carlingwark House in Castle Douglas - which is part of the national social care charity Community Integrated Care - say the project has been a big success.
Katie Hunter reports:
The debut single of Carlisle singer Mikey Bromley's band Only the Young is released today.
"I Do" had been set for launch last week but the CDs got caught up in a traffic jam due to the migrant crisis in Calais.
There are reports that Adam Wiles has been spotted in Dumfries today.
Never heard of him? perhaps you know him as Calvin Harris but during his time in hometown Dumfries he went by Adam.
The Scottish DJ rose to fame in 2007 with top-ten singles "The Girls" and "Acceptable in the 80s". Since then Harris has collaborated with some of the world biggest musicians in the industry.
It is thought the singer songwriter was sighted at Lincluden School around 2:30pm today.
Around 20,000 people are expected at the Kendal Calling music festival, which begins today.
The event, held at Lowther Deer Park near Penrith, will feature acts including Elbow, Snoop Dogg and the Kaiser Chiefs.
It's the 10th anniversary of Cumbria's biggest music festival.
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A Cumbrian folk singer has brought a Gambian kora player to the UK where they will perform together to raise funds for his wife's hospital treatment.
Yankuba Conteh lost his daughter in a gas explosion earlier this year, and his wife was left badly burned.
Fiona Marley Paterson reports.
I's an unlikely setting for a recording studio - the hills above west Cumbria. But this month, Music Farm near Egremont is celebrating 25 years in the business.
Simon Cowell is just one famous name to have walked through the doors. Kate Walby has been finding out the secret to its long success.
The power of music, to enhance the lives of people of all ages, is well documented and a Brass Band in our region has just been awarded quite a significant sum of money.
The Dumfries Town Band dates back to 1873 and caters for all ages with sections for adults and youngsters. The new money will mean the band can replace the adults' instruments, who can then hand over their trombones, cornets and euphoniums to the younger members.
Fiona McIlwraith was live in Dumfries tonight, where the band were having a rehearsal.