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.
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.
"Before lockdown, we could just about fill a pub in Bristol. Two years later... well, it's been very odd." The Longest Johns discuss taking traditional songs to some of the biggest audiences ever.
Angeline Morrison discusses her highly-anticipated album, The Sorrow Songs, and her hopes for greater diversity on the folk scene.
Henry Parker explains how his passion for local history and folklore informed the creation of his latest album, Lammas Fair.
"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.
Ahead of the release of "Nick Hart Sings 10 English Folk Songs", fans of the traditional folk singer smother him with questions.
Sophie Crawford and George Sansome discuss the Queer Folk project, seeking out LGBTQIA songs that have largely remained hidden.
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.
Eliza Carthy and Jon Boden swap Yuletide memories with Jon Wilks, ahead of their Union Chapel Wassail.
Cohen Braithwaite-Kilcoyne sits down with Jon Wilks to chat about his new album, Rakes & Misfits
Rachael McShane on her Topic Records album, When All is Still, plus memories of Bellowhead and a folkie upbringing