DJ: Carlos Ferreira

Since 1992 he is member of the Board of the Portuguese Radio Diana in Évora (World Heritage Patrimony City), editor and producer, hosting "Tradisom" for the last 33 years, a radio show dedicated to folk and world music.

In addition to his directive responsibilities, he started the online radio “Cante Alentejano” in connection with Radio Diana when Cante Alentejano was included on UNESCO's Representative List of the Intangible Cultural Heritage of Humanity in 2014.

After a year its scope was expanded, appearing on 20 July 2015 CBFwebRADIO, a non-profit organization without state support, an inclusive online radio only broadcasting traditional, folk and world music 24 hours per day.

Since 2019 CBFwebRADIO also started broadcasting as a Global Music Network (International Chain of World Music Radio Programs) including mostly, programs by colleagues from Radio Diana, TWMC and others produced by guest radio broadcasters, including Ian Anderson, founder of the prestigious British magazine fRoots.

Until the end of regular broadcasting (20 November 2022) he directed this project, which he believe to have been innovative and that has sought to embrace the world through music and its roots, never giving up on a great challenge: showing the world the best music the world has, promoting the access to lots of musical treasures the radio stations usually don't broadcast.

From WOMEX Marseille 1997 to the present moment he covered and reported various editions of WOMEX and many more: Folk Alliance, Strictly Mundial Zaragoza, Tallin Music Week, WOMAD (Caceres and Las Palmas), CELTIC CONNECTIONS, MOSHITO, Ethno Port Poznan, MIMO Portugal, VISA FOR MUSIC, EXIB Música, WOMBA, MED Loulé, FMM Sines, Festival “Imaterial” and “Artes à Rua”.

His connection to music has also been expressed as a performer having been a founding member of the Évora Musical Association Eborae Mvsica where he sang as a bass in the Polyphonic Choir, specially dedicated to the interpretation of Portuguese Polyphony from the Évora Sé Music School (16th and 17th century) and also contemporary Portuguese authors.

From 2016 until 2018 he was also member of Gaiteiros de Lisboa, “one of the Top Portuguese bands from the last three decades, surely one of the top worldwide” and now is singer of the group Planície Cantada (means Plain Sung) - Cante Alentejano, polyphonic singing from Alentejo, in southern Portugal, performed without instrumentation with inscription on the Representative List of the Intangible Cultural Heritage of Humanity by UNESCO on 2014.