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To kick off our LGBTQ+ themed month, Pinky and Lucy chat with the powerhouse singer songwriter that is Grace Petrie. Grace is undeniably the voice of a generation, a proud socialist and feminist, her songs reflect the world around us and call for positive, inclusive and impactful change. Her disarming wit and passion is a tour de force and in this …
 
This week Pinky and Lucy chat with the tremendous Ella-Joy Hunton. Ella is singer songwriter, folk degree student and is the founder of Folky Union of Women. In the summer of 2020, Ella wrote a blog post called 'Why I Lost Faith In Folk Music', where she detailed personal experiences of abuses of power and predatory behaviour within the folk scene.…
 
This episode explores the #tradstandswithher campaign aimed at raising awareness of violence against women in the folk industry, as we chat with Jenn Butterworth, Catrina Hawksworth and Rachel Newton from 'The BIT Collective', a community of people interested in discussing and addressing equalities issues in Scottish folk and traditional music. And…
 
Continuing the theme of 'Music Is My Mother' (exploring musical heritage, the passing of the tradition and being a 'mum-sician'!) Lucy and Pinky share pt.2 of their epic conversation with Nancy Kerr, in which Nancy wisely advises we metaphorically don flamethrowers and blast our way to freedom from misogyny in traditional song! We also hear sweet, …
 
An additional episode of TFFF recorded in response to the tragic deaths of Sarah Everard, Bennylyn Burke and her daughter Jellica. As women, feminists and activists, Pinky and Lucy both felt moved to create this short podcast for any TFFF listeners who feel it might be helpful to have a collective space to process, express and grieve. It features a…
 
For episode 3, Lucy and Pinky interview the wonderfully talented Nancy Kerr as they discuss this months theme, "Music Is My Mother", looking at musical heritage, the passing of the tradition and the juggling of being a mum whilst working in the music industry, You can find more on Nancy at https://nancykerr.co.uk/ Plus in honour of International Wo…
 
In the second episode of our month delving into 'Music as Activism' we chat about writing music with refugee women in Birmingham with Katy Rose Bennett & Lucy and songwriter Elie Rees exclusively premiere their feminist rewrite of traditional song ‘The Two Sisters’ Plus Pinky and Lucy unpack what happened when the English Folk Dance & Song Society …
 
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