Folk on Foot relies entirely on support from its listeners to keep going. We never want to make a profit, but our costs are significant. The biggest investment is in the talented producers and film makers who create the beautiful episodes and trailers. There are also small fees to the artists, travelling expenses and marketing and distribution costs.  So if you love what we do, why not sign up to make a small monthly contribution and become a patron? You can choose your level and we offer great rewards, including exclusive films of Folk on Foot artists performing on location and hand written postcards from me.


➢Folk on Foot Friend: for $3 a month: a stylish Folk on Foot pin badge, plus a thank you by name in every newsletter we send out.

➢Folk on Foot Champion: for $5 a month: access to exclusive films of Folk on Foot artists performing on location, membership of a private Facebook group to discuss the podcast with other listeners, a Folk on Foot pin badge and a thank you by name in every newsletter we send out.

➢Folk on Foot Hero: for $10 a month: all the above, plus I’ll send you a hand written postcard of each location where I’ve been recording and, before every season, I’ll invite you to a private live-streamed briefing, when I’ll announce the names of the artists, give you behind the scenes info and answer your questions.

We use an American website called Patreon which allows creators to offer rewards to their subscribers at different levels, so the monthly donations are in US dollars. If you would rather make a one-off donation in £, you can do so via PayPal at the link below:

We love making Folk on Foot. We have a long list of artists we’d like to feature and locations we’d like to share with you. But we can only keep doing that with your support.


Thank you.



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