The objective of “That’s What I Believe” is to explore the potential of conversations between people who are interested in new ideas and the advancement of old. By challenging each other’s thoughts and opinions, we hope to better understand the origin of beliefs. Even though many of us are no longer in school, that is no reason we cannot continue our education. Conversation is not a born ability, but a skill developed over time. It used to be the only way people learned and there is no reason why we cannot maximize the benefits of shared conversation today
By Jim and Tom
Walt Cronin came into being a serious folk singer songwriter around the age of 50. His life experiences as a medic in Vietnam and somewhat nomadic life after wards are the source of many of the folk songs he has written about relationships, societal issues, love songs and light-hearted fare which make up the content of what is his 3rd CD released in June 2010. Walt's goal was to reflect the sincerity of folk music history while placing the songs in a contemporary setting. The collaborators achieved their aims with his friend Martin Beal providing detailed arrangements and a fine editing ear while playing a myriad ofinstruments (guitars, keyboards, bass, mandolin, melodica, bouzouki, hurdy-gurdy, percussion,) as well as performing all drum programming. Quote: "Tender and introspective songs with the kind of realness and authenticity that is becoming quite rare." Alt-country, Americana, Folk Beeb Ashcroft Indie-Music
By Walt Cronin
Presented by Jill Turner, GondwanaSound is a two hour magazine style broadcast of music, news, reviews and interviews from the world of global roots and grooves. We call it world music adventures. Each hour of the weekly broadcast is a separate episode so to double your enjoyment and musical discoveries remember to listen to both parts. From time to time you'll also receive special episodes which are either from the archives or special standalone interviews from leading musicians in the world of global roots and grooves.
By Jill Turner
Our regular free Scottish music podcast from Scotland featuring the very best of Gaelic, Scots, bagpipes, fiddle, harp music, Scottish bands, ceilidh bands, highland Scottish music, pipe band, traditional, folk and celtic. Visit footstompin for all things Scottish.
By Foot Stompin' Scotland Music
An hour of the finest new indie music from Song, by Toad containing the best pop, rock, indie, folk and alt-country from the best up and coming new bands. http://songbytoad.com
By Mr. Toad
This is the podcast from Aff the Cuff, Scotland's Number 1 traditional folk session band, based in Carnoustie, near Dundee. Visit our website at www.affthecuff.org.uk. ````We have tried to capture the magic of a real pub session, with minimal editing, capturing the banter as well as the music, some of which is polished and a lot which is not. Interact by emailing us with requests (not "kill the podcast!", please) and we'll see what we can do.
By Aff the Cuff