As the BBC drama, The Gallows Pole, kicks off, we take a look at some of the old songs - sometimes traditional - that peppered the soundtrack.
Cáit Ní Riain of The Weaving talks us through her relationship with the traditional Irish song, 'P is for Paddy' [Roud 419].
As the biggest music competition in the world hits Liverpool this week, we thought we’d take a typically niche Tradfolk look at folk-inspired entries through the years.
George Sansome & Matt Quinn debut 'I Live Not Where I Love', a recording and video of a traditional song first collected in Piddletown.
Phil Tyler & Sarah Hill discuss the traditional song, 'Matt Hyland' [Roud 2880], what they know of its history and what it means to them.
Julian Gaskell digs into a broadside ballad about burial clubs, and tells us where he went with it and what attracted him in the first place.
As Cohen Braithwaite-Kilcoyne preps a new EP, we pick his brains on the title track: 'Come Make My Bed' [Roud 32444].
A cohort of Martin Simpson fans pick the songs they think you ought to hear.
Jon Wilks discusses the origins of his new single and video, the traditional song, 'Johnny Sands'.
As they release a brand new video, Debbie Armour from Burd Ellen talks us through her relationship with 'The Lovers' [Roud 205].
US folk trio, Kalos, introduce their new video - a recording of a 300-year-old traditional Scottish tune celebrating the landscape.
Released as a charity single, 'Early Pearly' is a traditional song from Ripon, Yorkshire. Bryony Griffith gives us the lowdown.