Cambridge Folk Festival 30 July - 2 August 2009  

Radio 2

Cambridge Folk Festival 2009: The Best Of Saturday

Cambridge Folk Festival 2009: The Best Of Saturday

While he may look sinister, he's just looking after his vegetable

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While he may look sinister, he's just looking after his vegetable

A young folk fan enjoying Saturday's warm weather. Surely this can't be a selection of vegetables in a pram with eyes and nappies? When the festival weather turns nippy, a good sized beard is sure to keep you warm. Tristan Clarridge of Crooked Still. Radio 2's folk guru Mike Harding and Sam Carter. Hayes Carll performing early on the main stage on Saturday. Jon Boden of Bellowhead, following his surprise gig for Radio 2. While he may look sinister, he's just looking after his vegetable Radio 2's Mark Radcliffe relaxing ahead of his radio broadcast. Radio 2's Mike Harding with Bella Hardy. Martin Simpson and band (l-r Keith Angel, Andy Seward, Andy Cutting, Martin Simpson, Jon Boden and BJ Cole) As Saturday's evening stroms start to ease off, the festival goers relax into another beautiful Cambridge evening. 'The Soggy Bottom Boys', Mark Radcliffe, Jukebox John and Duncan The Engineer prepare for the worst just minutes before Mark hits the Radio 2 airwaves...

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