Mark discusses Bob Dylan's electric performance at the 1965 Newport Folk Festival.
Mark hosts Scottish quartet Malinky performing music from new album Far Better Days.
Mark presents an hour of the best folk and acoustic music from Britain and beyond.
Mark hosts a session from young Welsh group Calan, who play music from new album Dinas.
The Cornish shanty crew, Fisherman's Friends, perform songs from their new album.
Mark presents more live music and interviews from the Cambridge Folk Festival.
Mark previews the 2015 Cambridge Folk Festival.
Mark revisits some live performances from the first half of 2015.
Martin Simpson, Andy Cutting and Nancy Kerr perform music from their new trio album.
Mark talks to singer-songwriter and guitarist Richard Thompson about new album Still.
Scottish trio Talisk, who recently won the 2015 BBC Radio 2 Young Folk Awardm play live.
Mark hosts Urban Folk Quartet in Session.
Folk singer and guitarist Steve Tilston talks to Mark about his new album.
Mark hosts a session from singer and musician Jackie Oates.
Mark speaks to US folk singer-songwriter Tom Paxton about his new album.
Mark hosts a session from award-winning duo Josienne Clarke and Ben Walker.
Lau perform tracks from their fourth full-length album, The Bell That Never Rang, live.
Scottish singer Emily Smith talks to Mark ahead of her next UK tour.
Bob Fox performs live, and Mark looks back at the 2015 BBC Radio 2 Folk Awards.
Mark looks ahead to the BBC Radio 2 Folk Awards, which take place on Wednesday 22 April.
Mark hosts award-winning duo Kathryn Roberts and Sean Lakeman, who play live.
Mark hosts London singer Sam Lee performing songs from his new album.
Mark presents an hour of the best folk and acoustic music, from Britain and beyond.
Singer and guitarist Simon Nicol talks about Fairport Convention's new album.
Singer Julie Murphy, from Welsh band Fernhill, performs solo.
Mark presents music highlights and interviews from the 6 Music Festival.
Mark Radcliffe hosts the Unthanks playing songs from their new album Mount the Air.
Mark Radcliffe hosts a session from John McCusker, Michael McGoldrick and John Doyle.