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In this month's show:
We dip into a stack full of new releases, and Babba goes back to the end of the Middle Ages to show why life in England was no bed of Roses...

All this and more in this month's edition of ... FolkCast!


FolkCast Theme Music: Fisherman's Priest by Ken Nicol
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FolkCast is produced and presented by Phil Widdows


Music featured:

Raising Hell by The Men They Couldn't Hang

from the album "The Defiant"


Santa Ana by The Blue Pig Orchestra

from the album "From The Storm"



Fire Down Below by Hex

from the album "Husk And Bark"


A River Runs Between by The Changing Room

from the EP "A River Runs Between"


Where Eagles Fly by Lee Madison

from the album "Weightless"



Old Fashioned Pound Notes by Christopher James Sheridan

from the EP "Old Fashioned Pound Notes"



What Would William Morris Say? by Reg Meuross


from the album "England Green & England Grey"



Phone Tapping by Eamon Friel

from the EP "Phone Tapping"



The Woolgather by Ange Hardy

from the album "The Lament Of The Black Sheep"



Off To The Market by Kelly Oliver


from the album "This Land"


The Southcliffe Jig by Green Diesel

from the album "Wayfarers All"



Cabbage by Threepenny Bit

from the album "Pantomime Cannon"


Las Ramblas by The Hut People

from the album "Cabinet Of Curiosities"

Johnny Robson by The Willows

from the album "Amidst Fiery Skies"



Red and White Roses

Babba presents
The Story Behind
The Song


Tewkesbury Tale
by
The Legendary Ten Seconds
from the album "Tant Le Desiree"

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Being the story of the battle that blew the half-time whistle on the Wars Of The Roses



It Would Not Be A Rose by Josienne Clarke & Ben Walker

from the album "Nothing Can Bring Back The Hour"


I See A Bottle Of Wine by Ivor Game

from the album "Dizzy Spells"




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