Professor Fay Hield chats about her multifaceted career, the Access Folk project, and the upcoming Folk Singing Symposium in Sheffield.
Jon Wilks chats to folk singer and Morris dancer, Ellie Gowers, about her close encounters with history in the making.
The Sorrow Songs: Folk Songs of Black British Experience arrives on October 7th via the world's oldest independent record label. Angeline tells us about the making of this fascinating album.
Jimmy & Sid, as they're affectionately known to their friends and fans, have turned 10. So, what do they really think of each other?
In that rare, liminal space between traditional folk and indie music, you'll find Broadside Hacks - a London collective of young musicians taking the old songs to new audiences. Jon Wilks caught up with founder member, Campbell Baum, in their New Cross studio.
Stick in the Wheel discuss the making of their latest album, Perspectives on Tradition, their relationship to the city they are forever connected to, and the journey they've been on since their earliest albums.
Move over Sheffield. Leeds is on the up. Tradfolk meets Chris Brain, the man behind the burgeoning folk scene centred around the Hyde Park Folk Club.
Ahead of the release of "Nick Hart Sings 10 English Folk Songs", fans of the traditional folk singer smother him with questions.