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The best folk and acoustic music from Britain and beyond.
Scottish singer-songwriter Rab Noakes performs live in session.
English instrumental trio Leveret perform live in session.
Mark reveals the nominations for the 2017 BBC Radio 2 Folk Awards.
A special Folk Show for Burns Night, from Glasgow's Celtic Connections festival.
Jim Moray and band perform live in session.
Sean Cooney and Paul Sartin talk about new project The Transports.
Singer, songwriter and guitarist Blair Dunlop performs live in session.
Mark revisits live session performances from the second half of 2016.
Northern Irish singer Cara Dillon joins Mark to celebrate Christmas.
Shirley Collins talks about her new album, Lodestar.
British six-piece The Shee play live in session.
Josienne Clarke & Ben Walker talk about their new album, Overnight.
Cardiff-based singer-songwriter The Gentle Good performs live.
Kate Rusby talks about her new album, Life in a Paper Boat.
Folk mega-group Eliza Carthy & The Wayward Band perform live in session.
Former Bellowhead frontman Jon Boden performs live in the studio.
English trio Lady Maisery perform tracks from their new album, Cycle.
The world fusion group Afro Celt Sound System play an acoustic session.
Folk star Seth Lakeman performs songs from his latest album, Ballads of the Broken Few.
Devon singer Jim Causley talks about his album, Forgotten Kingdom.
Young Folk Award winner Brìghde Chaimbeul performs, as Mark launches the 2017 contest.
Somerset songwriter Ange Hardy and Exeter-based musician Lukas Drinkwater play live.
An audio postcard from Whitby Folk Week, held on the North Yorkshire coast for 51 years.
London band Stick in the Wheel perform live.
Mark presents an hour of the best folk and acoustic music from Britain and beyond.
Mark hosts American trad duo Anna & Elizabeth live in session.