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

This month we bid a fond, final "Fare Thee Well" to Babba, FolkCast's folk historian, who has died aged 60.

FolkCast is produced and presented by
Folkie Phil Widdows

Music featured:

He Died With His Boots On
by The Changing Room
from the EP “Names On A Wall” (2016)

by Merry Hell
from the album “Bloodlines” (2016)

Praise The Storm
by Heg & The Wolf Chorus
from the album “Raising The Fires” (2016)

The Lofty Tall Ship / Shallow Brown
by Steeleye Span
from the album “Dodgy Bastards” (2016)

Dodgy Bastards CD cover

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Speed The Plough
by John Kirkpatrick
from the album “The Ultimate Guide To English Folk” (2016)

Ramble Away
by Roger Wilson

from the album “The Ultimate Guide To English Folk” (2016)

Ultimate Guide To English Folk CD cover

Such A Thing As Society
by Ewan McLennan & George Monbiot

from the album “Breaking The Spell Of Loneliness” (2016)

Leather And Chrome
by Luke Jackson

from the album “Tall Tales And Rumours” (2016)

Autumn Song
by George Boomsma

from the album “George Boomsma” (2016)

The Running Tide
by Trevor Clawson

from the album “Firecracker Day” (2014)

Tribute to Babba
Babba tells a story

One Last Drink
by Enter The Haggis

from the album “Soapbox Heroes” (2006)

Meet On The Ledge (Live)
by Fairport Convention

from “The Cropredy Box” (1997)

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