One of the most moving documentaries you'll see this year, director, Dylan Howitt, and textile artist, Allan Brown, weave together something truly profound.
Making Mischief is a new exhibition to be staged at Compton Verney, Warwickshire, dedicated to British folk costumes. It's the first of its kind. Here's all you need to know.
Rhia Davenport talks about the background to her wonderful Weven shop, due to reopen in Stroud this weekend.
The artist Lucy Wright discusses a decade exploring the lesser-known reaches of the folk world, and why folk is a feminist issue.
Already making an appearance at festivals around the UK, 'The Broadside Hack' is a new film exploring traditional folk music in a modern context.
Film director, Giles Borg, discusses his new project, Albion, with Jon Wilks, and detects a growing interest in all things folk culture and psychogeography.
...tell everyone about Stone Club! And if you're not sure what that is, dig into our interview with founder, Lally Macbeth.
From books to prints, from workshops to subscriptions, here's the Tradfolk list of Christmas gifts for that special folkie in your life.
The Broadside Hack film combines beautifully recorded performances from a new generation of tradfolk musicians with revealing discussions on the genre's everlasting allure.
Alex Hurr delves into This Ain't No Disco, a visual feast that celebrates Ireland's new wave of traditional singers.
Green poet, Eleanor Flowerday, heads to the pub with folk poet, Matthew Hedley Stoppard, to discuss Morris, witchcraft, and the Garland King.
Meet Karl Sinfield, frontman with The Gally Canters, who is attempting a seemingly impossible arrangement mission with (so far) very beautiful results.