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OxFolk Review: ‘Wing of Evening’

Ben Ray reviews 'Wing of Evening', the debut album from The Dovetail Trio

OxFolk Review: ‘The Fade In Time’

Listening to Sam Lee & Friend’s latest album, ‘The Fade In Time’, is like sitting in on a storytelling session by one of folk...

OxFolk Review: ‘Already Home’

Ben Ray discusses 'Already Home', the latest release by The Rheingans Sisters

Discussing superheroes and family: a conversation with Jonathan Edwards

Jonathan Edwards, a softly spoken, quiet English teacher from Monmouthshire, South Wales, is an unexpected hero. Alongside teaching English full time in a secondary...

OxFolk Review: ‘Releasing the Leaves’

Ben Ray listens to 'Releasing the Leaves', the second album from the duo Ninebarrow

OxFolk Review: ‘Light up the Dark’

Ben Ray reviews 'Light up the Dark', the latest release from 'The Outside Track'

OxFolk Reviews: ‘This Is How We Fly’

Ben Ray reviews the latest album from Irish group 'This Is How We Fly'

OxFolk Reviews: ‘When The Good Times Come Again’

Ben Ray listens to 'When The Good Times Come Again', the new album from Megson

OxFolk Reviews: ‘Ignite’

Ben Ray looks at 'Ignite', the debut album of duo Will Pound & Eddy Jay

Review: Treasure Neverland – Real and Imaginary Pirates

Ben Ray sets sail to find his ideal desert island book

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