Angeline Morrison releases a brand new video along with huge news about her forthcoming appearance on Later with Jools Holland.
The third episode of the second series of the Old Songs Podcast features Jimmy Aldridge and Sid Goldsmith discussing 'The Brisk Lad' [Roud 1667].
Earlier this week, Angeline Morrison released a video for her version of 'The Brown Girl' [Roud 180], so we made a beeline to her door to find out a little more about her relationship with it.
The FolKEast X Tradfolk Sessions produced 12 live, often impromptu performances of traditional folk songs and tunes in a brief, 3-day session. Here they are in chronological order.
George Sansome explores the origins of the traditional song, 'Rosa', which he recently released as a single with Owen Spafford.
Moonrakers' Jon Bennett discusses the origins of the Manx traditional lullaby and fairy lore that formed the basis of his song, 'The Travelling Fairies'.
Leeds-based duo, Wychbury, talk us through their new single, 'Cut the Coal', and explain how it was inspired by the tradition.
Janice Burns & Jon Doran announce their debut album with a sumptuous video and performance of 'False True Love' [Roud 419].
Jim Ghedi releases a worryingly prescient version of 'What Will Become of England?', accompanied by the kind of video you won't want to watch late at night.
The Northumbrian singer releases a typically alternative version of the disturbing ballad, and explains where she found her influences.
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.
As the BBC drama, Sherwood, comes to an end, we investigate the old songs -sometimes traditional - that peppered the soundtrack.