Henry Parker explains how his passion for local history and folklore informed the creation of his latest album, Lammas Fair.
Peter Knight and John Spiers discuss their new album, Both In a Tune, the high-wire stakes of free improvisation, and life working with Wombles.
Steve Roud discusses his new book, 'Folk Song in England', as well as his contributions to folk music via the extraordinary Roud Folk Song Index.
Cohen Braithwaite-Kilcoyne sits down with Jon Wilks to chat about his new album, Rakes & Misfits
"You have to know what the song means to you, otherwise why are you singing it?" Piers Cawley on bringing unaccompanied ballad singing to modern audiences.
Eliza Carthy talks to Jon Wilks about her album 'Big Machine', Bellowhead and folk song collecting in the 21st century.
As Martin Simpson celebrates his 70th birthday (not to mention 58 years as a guitarist), we asked his admirers to pitch questions on a musical life very well lived.
Jacken Elswyth, Mataio Austin Dean and Nick Granata sit down to discuss a brief history of Shovel Dance Collective, as well as the album looming in their immediate future.
Eliza Carthy and Jon Boden swap Yuletide memories with Jon Wilks, ahead of their Union Chapel Wassail.
Celebrated folk musician, Paul Sartin, discusses Bellowhead, Faustus, The Transports and a life in folk music.
Martin Simpson on song collecting, Graham Coxon, the Watersons and the true definition of folk music.
It's been five years since we last chatted with Sam Sweeney. This week we caught up with him to find about his new Solo EP, his thoughts on history and tradition, the Bellowhead reunion, his creative process, and the concept of calendar panic.