From sounds of the Appalachians to live performance from Glasgow - folk music on Radio 3
Breton Blend live at the CCA in Glasgow for BBC Music at Celtic Connections
Folk singer Shirley Collins discusses her musical passions with Michael Berkeley.
Verity Sharp describes how she came to love folk music, and suggests ten tracks to try.
Dom Flemons 'Swannanoa Tunnel' - Folk Connections: Cecil Sharp's Appalachian Trail
Ivan Hewett presents music from a recent concert given by the Ulster Orchestra.
Lopa Kothari with coverage of Celtic Connections 2016 in Glasgow.
Andy Kershaw follows song collector Cecil Sharp's Appalachian trail in the spring of 1916.
Verity Sharp explains why Barbara Allen is the world's most collected ballad.
Lopa Kothari with live music from Calan, Bella Hardy and Afro Celt Sound System.
Leveret perform Dundas.
Leveret perform Glory of the Sun / Road to Pounton.
Collected by Cecil Sharp from Jane Gentry, 1916
Watch and listen to live performances from this year's festival
Leveret perform The Rising Sun.
With Tom Service. Including a portrait of Emmanuel Chabrier and Folk Connections.
Leveret perform The Good Old Way.
Verity Sharp's selection includes Leveret playing live in the studio.
A selection of the many folk artists who have performed in session for Radio 3…
Jim Moray on the meeting of composer Percy Grainger and farm bailiff Joseph Taylor.
Sara Mohr-Pietsch and Paul Sartin explore some of the choral traditions within folk music.
Web exclusive session at Cecil Sharp House with Brian Peters and Martin Carthy.
Verity Sharp talks to members of the folk music community about song collecting in the UK.
Kathryn Tickell introduces works by Soler, Barber, Ives, Halvorsen, Grainger and Skempton.
Lopa Kothari broadcasts live from BBC Music at Celtic Connections in Glasgow.
Piper and fiddler Kathryn Tickell introduces works by Debussy, Holst, Ligeti and Weir.
Collected by Cecil Sharp in 1916. This is the censored version...