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Folk Britannia

> Folk Britannia on BBC Two at 2009-05-20 21:00:00
BBC FOUR on BBC TWO. Folk Roots, New Routes: The 60s saw a boom when the hippie generation adapted folk to appeal to a wider audience.

> Folk Britannia on BBC Two at 2009-05-20 20:00:00
BBC FOUR on BBC TWO. Folk Roots, New Routes: The 60s saw a boom when the hippie generation adapted folk to appeal to a wider audience.

> Folk Britannia on BBC Four at 2008-11-22 01:50:00
Folk Roots, New Routes: Series celebrating traditional British folk music. The 60s saw a boom when the hippie generation adapted folk to appeal to a wider audience.

> Folk Britannia on BBC Four at 2008-11-21 21:00:00
Part of Steeleye Span Night. Folk Roots, New Routes: Series celebrating traditional British folk music. The 60s saw a boom when the hippie generation adapted folk to appeal to a wider audience.

> Folk Britannia on BBC Four at 2007-11-04 02:40:00
3/3. Between the Wars: The final programme in the series witnesses artists like The Pogues and Billy Bragg injecting new energy into the ailing British folk movement.

> Folk Britannia on BBC Four at 2007-11-04 01:40:00
2/3. Folk Roots, New Routes: Series celebrating traditional British folk music. The 1960s saw a boom when the hippie generation adapted folk to appeal to a wider audience.

> Folk Britannia on BBC Four at 2007-11-04 00:40:00
1/3. Ballads and Blues: The first of three programmes celebrating the traditional folk music of the British Isles looks at the revival of the 1950s and the aftermath of the birth of skiffle.

> Folk Britannia on BBC Four at 2006-10-14 03:25:00
3/3. Between the Wars: Last of three programmes celebrating British folk music. Featured artists include Dick Gaughan, Billy Bragg, Eliza Carthy, Shane MacGowan, The Levellers and Beth Orton.

> Folk Britannia on BBC Four at 2006-10-14 02:25:00
3/3. Between the Wars: Last of three programmes celebrating British folk music. Featured artists include Dick Gaughan, Billy Bragg, Eliza Carthy, Shane MacGowan, The Levellers and Beth Orton.

> Folk Britannia on BBC Four at 2006-10-14 02:25:00
2/3. Folk Roots, New Routes: Series celebrating traditional British folk music. The 1960s saw a boom when the hippie generation adapted folk to appeal to a wider audience.

> Folk Britannia on BBC Four at 2006-10-14 01:25:00
2/3. Folk Roots, New Routes: Series celebrating traditional British folk music. The 1960s saw a boom when the hippie generation adapted folk to appeal to a wider audience.

> Folk Britannia on BBC Four at 2006-10-14 01:25:00
1/3. Ballads and Blues: The first of three programmes celebrating the traditional folk music of the British Isles looks at the revival of the 1950s and the aftermath of the birth of skiffle.

> Folk Britannia on BBC Four at 2006-10-14 00:25:00
1/3. Ballads and Blues: The first of three programmes celebrating the traditional folk music of the British Isles looks at the revival of the 1950s and the aftermath of the birth of skiffle.

> Folk Britannia on BBC Two at 2006-09-25 23:20:00
BBC FOUR on BBC TWO. Between the Wars: The final programme in the series witnesses punks like The Pogues and Billy Bragg injecting new energy into the ailing British folk movement.

> Folk Britannia on BBC Two at 2006-09-18 23:20:00
BBC FOUR on BBC TWO. Folk Roots, New Routes: The 60s saw a boom when the hippie generation adapted folk to appeal to a wider audience.

> Folk Britannia on BBC Two at 2006-09-18 22:20:00
BBC FOUR on BBC TWO. Folk Roots, New Routes: The 60s saw a boom when the hippie generation adapted folk to appeal to a wider audience.

> Folk Britannia on BBC Two at 2006-09-11 23:30:00
BBC FOUR on BBC TWO. Ballads and Blues: A three part series on British folk music begins with the birth of the folk revival in the 1950s.

> Folk Britannia on BBC Two at 2006-09-11 22:30:00
BBC FOUR on BBC TWO. Ballads and Blues: A three part series on British folk music begins with the birth of the folk revival in the 1950s.

> Folk Britannia on BBC Four at 2006-08-06 03:15:00
3/3. Between the Wars: The series concludes with a look at the likes of The Pogues and Billy Bragg, who injected new energy into the ailing British folk movement.

> Folk Britannia on BBC Four at 2006-08-05 01:50:00
3/3. Between the Wars: The series concludes with a look at the likes of The Pogues and Billy Bragg, who injected new energy into the ailing British folk movement.

> Folk Britannia on BBC Four at 2006-07-30 01:05:00
2/3. Folk Roots, New Routes: The series about the British folk revival looks at the1960s folk boom, when the hippie generation repackaged folk to appeal to a wider audience.

> Folk Britannia on BBC Four at 2006-07-30 00:05:00
2/3. Folk Roots, New Routes: The series about the British folk revival looks at the1960s folk boom, when the hippie generation repackaged folk to appeal to a wider audience.

> Folk Britannia on BBC Four at 2006-07-29 01:50:00
2/3. Folk Roots, New Routes: The series about the British folk revival looks at the1960s folk boom, when the hippie generation repackaged folk to appeal to a wider audience.

> Folk Britannia on BBC Four at 2006-02-18 23:00:00
3/3. Between the Wars: The Thatcher era witnessed the return of the protest singer, as the likes of Billy Bragg and The Pogues injected some energy into the ailing British folk scene.

> Folk Britannia on BBC Four at 2006-02-18 03:00:00
3/3. Between the Wars: The Thatcher era witnessed the return of the protest singer, as the likes of Billy Bragg and The Pogues injected some energy into the ailing British folk scene.

> Folk Britannia on BBC Four at 2006-02-18 01:00:00
3/3. Between the Wars: The Thatcher era witnessed the return of the protest singer, as the likes of Billy Bragg and The Pogues injected some energy into the ailing British folk scene.

> Folk Britannia on BBC Four at 2006-02-17 21:00:00
3/3. Between the Wars: The Thatcher era witnessed the return of the protest singer, as the likes of Billy Bragg and The Pogues injected some energy into the ailing British folk scene.

> Folk Britannia on BBC Four at 2006-02-11 23:10:00
2/3. Folk Roots, New Routes: More concerts from the 1960s that contributed to the folk revival. Featuring Richard Thompson, Anne Briggs, Davy Graham and Norma Waterson, Roy Harper and Bert Jansch.

> Folk Britannia on BBC Four at 2006-02-11 00:55:00
2/3. Folk Roots, New Routes: More concerts from the 1960s that contributed to the folk revival. Featuring Richard Thompson, Anne Briggs, Davy Graham and Norma Waterson, Roy Harper and Bert Jansch.

> Folk Britannia on BBC Four at 2006-02-10 21:00:00
2/3. Folk Roots, New Routes: More concerts from the 1960s that contributed to the folk revival. Featuring Richard Thompson, Anne Briggs, Davy Graham and Norma Waterson, Roy Harper and Bert Jansch.

> Folk Britannia on BBC Four at 2006-02-05 03:25:00
1/3. Ballads and Blues: Series charting the rise of British folk music. The birth of the folk revival in the fifties saw two opposing movements: the traditionalists and the communists.

> Folk Britannia on BBC Four at 2006-02-04 23:15:00
1/3. Ballads and Blues: Series charting the rise of British folk music. The birth of the folk revival in the fifties saw two opposing movements: the traditionalists and the communists.

> Folk Britannia on BBC Four at 2006-02-04 00:50:00
1/3. Ballads and Blues: Series charting the rise of British folk music. The birth of the folk revival in the fifties saw two opposing movements: the traditionalists and the communists.

> Folk Britannia on BBC Four at 2006-02-03 21:00:00
1/3. Ballads and Blues: Series charting the rise of British folk music. The birth of the folk revival in the fifties saw two opposing movements: the traditionalists and the communists.

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