A second visit from Roving Crows - this time playing live in the Legendary Middle Studio.
Small Engine Repair : Americana from Hereford - Billy and Lozz : Black Country dialect
Somehow Halloween and folk music go together.
Mike Harding is out of the cowshed. Genevieve talks to him about his tour.
Genevieve with Marry Waterson and Oliver Knight at the New Vic Theatre.
It's over 20 years since Freedom and Rain. Now June and Oysterband are back together.
They are not sisters and they don't drink Baileys - they do sing and play brilliantly.
Jackie Oates and Miriam Backhouse play live. Fluff talks about Words and Music Festival.
An acoustic set from The Innocent and news from Mark Emmerson and Charlie Beresford.
Calan's producer Maartin Allcock gives us an exlcusive preview of a track from the new CD.
Some things we heard at Moseley Folk Festival - and some we didn't.
Steamchicken from Shrewsbury Folk Festival - and news of the winner of the Open Mic.
Three original song from Son of Eagle in the Legendary Middle Studio
This week's Sunday Folk - lightly tinted with Fairport.
Boat to Row talk about Moseley Folk Festival and play live in the Legendary Middle Studio.
Impossibly good guitar and unbelievable harmonies from Luke Day and Cath Hall.
Tonight's studio guest is Colin Pitts and Peter Tickell talks to Genevieve on the phone.
More from Pokey LaFarge, new arrivals from Peatbog Faeries and Steve Tilston.
David Gibb from Derbyshire, live in the Middle Studio with Elly Lucas and Julian Butt.
Flaxenby showcase new material and an interview with Allan Henderson of Blazin' Fiddles.
Ray Langton talks about Squeezing Shropshire and three songs from Loxley.
Favourites in both LA and Russia, Ghost Trains play live and answer a few questions.
Genevieve talks to Simon Emmerson about his lush new set of CDs
Sam and Henry - straight from HowTheLightGetsIn at Hay on Wye
No more touring for Harvey
JJ takes his melodeon on another walking tour and JK plays his live in the studio.
Les Barker in Welsh and English and Celtic band The Roving Crows with their new CD.
Avoiding alliteration always, Genevieve plays music from folk's favourite month.
Genevieve finds more than enough May songs for a great two hours of folk music.
There's a choir, a busker and the wonderful Jacqui McShee in tonight's Sunday Folk.