In the first of a series exploring the singers of traditional songs, John Roy takes a look at the singing of Seosamh Ó hÉanaí (Joe Heaney).
Angeline Morrison releases a brand new video along with huge news about her forthcoming appearance on Later with Jools Holland.
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.
Crossing Welsh tradfolk with Ethiopean tizita, Cynefin's Owen Shiers explains the background to his new video, Lliw'r Ceiroes.
Released as a charity single, 'Early Pearly' is a traditional song from Ripon, Yorkshire. Bryony Griffith gives us the lowdown.
Janice Burns & Jon Doran announce their debut album with a sumptuous video and performance of 'False True Love' [Roud 419].
US folk trio, Kalos, introduce their new video - a recording of a 300-year-old traditional Scottish tune celebrating the landscape.
New contemporary folk label/collective Broadside Hacks tackle another traditional classic, hinting at things to come perhaps? Alex Hurr investigates.
Leeds-based duo, Wychbury, talk us through their new single, 'Cut the Coal', and explain how it was inspired by the tradition.
'Daring Highwayman', the new single from Hack Poets Guild, is nothing short of a glam romp. We take a listen to the song and investigate its history.
The Snow it Melts the Soonest is the first single from the forthcoming collection, Queen of the Whirl, by the folk queen herself, Eliza Carthy.
A song I'd never heard before felt instantly, spookily familiar. I dug around, spoke to some friends, and got a term for the phenomena from Shirley Collins: Folk memory.