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FolkCast: the podcast that brings you the worlds of
folk, folk-rock, singer-songwriter and roots music.

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FolkCast is produced and presented by
Folkie Phil Widdows

Music featured:


The Beast Below
by Apple Of My Eye
from the album “The Beast Below” (2017)


Three Rivers
by Two’s Company
from the album “Go Together” (2016)


Golden Fox
by Amy Duncan
from the album “Antidote” (2017)


Reynard And The Goose
by The Trials Of Cato
from the EP “The Trials Of Cato” (2017)


THE STORY BEHIND MY SONG
Griogal Chridhe
by Kaela Rowan
from the album “The Fruited Thorn” (2016)

MUSICIANS! TELL THE STORY BEHIND YOUR SONG



Lady Isabel And The Elf Knight
by Kadia
from the EP “The Outlandish Collection” (2017)


The Girl With The Broken Banjo
by The Broken String Band
from the EP “Prologue: Somebody’s Daughter” (2017)


The Bonnie Bunch Of Roses
by Jimmy Aldridge and Sid Goldsmith
from the album “Night Hours” (2016)


THE INSANELY MENTAL INSTRUMENTAL
The Whitby Drip
by The Hut People
from the album “Routes” (2017)


McBrides
by Feast Of Fiddles
from the album “Sleight Of Elbow” (2017)
FolkCast Blog: Fiddlers elbow their way to the front


The Moon
by The Carrivick Sisters
from the album “10 Years Live” (2016)


The Moon And The Pilot
by Daria Kulesh
from the album “Long Lost Home” (2017)


A Close Shave
by Andrew Gordon
from the album “Live At Dunfermline Folk Club” (2017)

The Parting Glass
by Dipper Malkin
from the album “Tricks Of The Trade” (2017)


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