Aug 17, 2023
How do we re-awaken and re-foster our ancient love and connection with nature?
In this special live episode entitled Fireside Stories, coming from Wilderness Festival, Amisha talks with Sam Lee, a Mercury Prize-nominated and BBC Folk Award-winning singer, conservationist and curator. With a lifelong passion for wilderness studies and nature connection, Sam is a folk music specialist dedicated to collecting, sharing and interpreting ancient oral music from Britain and Ireland. He has been instrumental as one of the new wave of young activists shaping the landscape of the folk world and roots music in the UK. With two critically acclaimed albums, Sam works holistically in challenging the very nature of our heritage music in the 21st Century.
:: the magnificence and wisdom of fire and storytelling by the fire side
:: nature as our playground, teacher and elder
:: our estrangement from nature & how to connect with nature in times of ecological collapse
:: folk song traditions and their cultural significance
:: camping in wilderness and access to land
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