Moonlight Benjamin is from Haiti, backed by her French band.
The Free Music are a Libyan band who have released 9 albums in their home country.
The one-time Mogadishu stars The Dur-Dur Band are reunited once again in Berlin.
Houria Aicha is from the Atlas Mountains in the North-East of Algeria.
Polobi is a traditional singer from Guadeloupe, with musical soundscapes from Doctor L, Liam Farrell.
King Ayisoba is the leading figure of Ghanaian kologo (2-string lute) music.
Kala Jula play Malian music and have enlisted the Beninois Gangbé Brass Band in their tribute to Kasse Mady Diabaté.
Djeli Moussa Condé is from Guinea, based in France, and accompanied by Arat Kilo’s Gérald Bonnegrace.
The “Ears of the People” compilation highlights the ekonting banjo music of Senegal and Gambia.
Kimi Djabaté is from a travelling griot family in Guinea-Bissau.
Jembaa Groove are a Ghanian-German duo with members of Pat Thomas’ band.
Debashish Bhattacharya is a virtuoso of the Indian slide guitar.
Gao Hong is a Chinese pipa master in collaboration with Kadialy Kouyate’s Senegalese kora.
Justyna Jablonska & Jyotsna Srikanth combine Polish cello and South Indian violin.
Toufic Farroukh is a composer and saxophonist from Lebanon, based in France.
The final part of the programme is in sympathy with the terrible suffering of the earthquake victims in Syria and Turkey, featuring singers and musicians from those two countries. May they have peace soon.
Check the latest Transglobal World Music Chart here