Maria Camara is perhaps one of those people who modestly lets her skills mingle into the everyday quality and safety of life , as a hospital cleaner. But she has decided to pen a vivid evocation of her childhood in 1970s Portugal , a country which has apparently propelled itself forward culturally with warp speed. But here the pace of life slows as Katie Melua in her new set , according to the Wandsworth Magazine out now, maintains it still should in the English Winter . Maria chatted to Bungay then we join Ed and Francis Lee, Jan North and Kevin Drake on guitar. David Arditti joins us again , thsi time at the Piano , unpacking the spatial elements of music written in the Portuguese royal palace in the early 18th century by Alessandro Scarlatti and remaking it for modern resonance.