Northumbrian wunderkind, Frankie Archer, announces the release of 'Close the Coalhouse Door', a follow-up to her well-received first single, 'Over the Border'.
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.
The Sorrow Songs: Folk Songs of Black British Experience arrives on October 7th via the world's oldest independent record label. Angeline tells us about the making of this fascinating album.
As the BBC drama, Sherwood, comes to an end, we investigate the old songs -sometimes traditional - that peppered the soundtrack.
The Old Songs Podcast relaunches with 'Lucy Wan' [Roud 234], featuring Nick Hart, supported by the English Folk Dance and Song Society.
The Englefield Estate trespass was a celebration of folk culture as much as it was a protest. Victoria Spooner spoke with Nick Hayes ahead of the event to get his views on the relationship between folk and the Right to Roam campaign.