This is a page for links to information that does not appear elsewhere in Mardles.


Suffolk Folk Facebook

Suffolk Folk Facebook continues to function, but is now linked to


English Folk Song Dance Society
Acoustic East

East Anglian Traditional Music Trust
Essex Folk Association


Radio & internet

BBC Radio Suffolk (103.9FM East, 104.6 FM West, 95.5 FM) Stephen Foster hosts BBC Radio Suffolk's Drivetime show, which includes coverage of the folk music scene from 6-7pm Mon-Thursday
BBC Radio 2 Folk Show - Weekly folk music programme on national radio, presented by Mark Radcliffe. Wednesdays 7.00-8.00 pm
Thank Goodness It's Folk 10:00-12:00 Friday morning folk show on Sheffield Live! presented by Dave Eyre.
Mike Norris' Classic Folk programme broadcasts on 'The Wireless' at 7pm-9pm Mondays. Listen again on the EFDSS website at
West Norfolk Radio live sessions on two Sundays per month from Gt Massingham Social Club 7-10pm. Audience welcome. free entry.
Roots and Shoots, with Roger Pettit, on Felixstowe Radio


Publications and Web-based information
English Dance and Song - Quarterly publication of EFDSS
Essex Folk News (EFN) - Quarterly publication of Essex Folk Association
Folk London - Bi-Monthly
Littlebirdtoldme Norfolk and North Suffolk Folk diary, listings, venues
Living Tradition National coverage Magazine. Bi-monthly
fROOTS. National monthly covering folk and world music
Peterborough and South Lincs Folk Diary . Covering Peterborough, N. Cambridgeshire, S. Lincolnshire, E. Northamptonshire & W. Norfolk
Set and Turn Single. Bi-monthly newsletter for folk dancers. Also a directory of Dance Clubs, Bands, Callers, & Dance Display Teams.
Grapevine Free monthly entertainment ‘What’s On’ in East Anglia available from music venues
Unicorn Free magazine covering folk in Bedfordshire, Buckinghamshire, Hertfordshire and Cambridgeshire
Folk Radio UK Music Magazine - national folk website
Songlines  World Music magazine
Cambridge Folk


Music Notation

A Handbook of Morris Tunes - Lionel Bacon's Book. Resource made available by The Morris Ring

Suffolk Folk

Norfolk Folk Association