These we have loved - YouTube videos that we've previously featured on our front page.
Lots of videos from our January 2010 fRootsenanny at the Roundhouse.
Crikey, here’s our editor back in musical action!
The trailer for David Owen’s amazing 5000 Morris Dancers event that was held at London’s South Bank in September 2010.
Lisa Jên and Mart of issue 371’s cover stars 9Bach perform Lliwiau.
Yemenite sisters A-WA, featured in fRoots 407.
Featured in fR349, here's Greek clarinet master Manos Achalinotopoulos (you first see him seated) leading an ensemble also featuring singer Christos Tzitzimikas, violin player Kyriakos Gouvendas and laouto player Christos Zotos at Greece’s celebrated Music Village festival.
Here’s a taster of fR395 cover stars Afro Celt Sound System’s album The Source.
Quite conceivably the 3 Mustaphas 3’s Eastern relatives! The Alaev family as featured in fRoots 360.
Mali’s Les Amazones D’Afrique I Play Kora, as mentioned in their feature in the Jan/Feb 2017 issue of fRoots.
Priceless vintage footage of Les Ambassadeurs, with Salif Keita, and the late Kante Manfila (guitar) and Keletigui Diabate (violin).
Here’s a nice animation to fR337 cover star Sam Amidon’s version of Wedding Dress.
Issue 369’s cover star Amira with the amazing Bojan Z on piano.
Featured in issue 408, concertina maestro Alistair Anderson and his latest band Northlands.
Greek star Eleftheria Arvanitaki, as featured in issue 410/411, with a live version of her famous The Bodies & The Knives
Issue 396’s cover stars Astrakan Project.
Çigdem Aslan, issue 378's cover star.
Here’s a feature on fR336’s cover star Aurelio recording his latest album.
YouTube user Bristol Ron has uploaded a treasure-trove of vintage live film including previously unseen footage of Dave Evans, Wizz Jones, Martin Carthy, Bert Jansch, Steve Tilston, Loudon Wainwright, Dick Gaughan, Chris Wood & Andy Cutting, June Tabor, Rory Block, Pierre Bensusan, Michael Chapman, Richard Thompson, Paul Brady and many more, including this clip of the late and very wonderful Jo-Ann Kelly doing Charley Patton’s Moon Going Down.
Some serious action on the Cümbüs by Ara Dinkjan & Night Ark. An instrumental version of Dinata Dinata…
Here’s a clip about the making of AfroCubism, the ‘Buena Vista Social Club that never was’.
The August/September '08 issue's cover stars, Les Amazones De Guinée.
Al Andaluz Project, as featured in fR331-332, play Morena.
Issue 412’s cover featured Anna & Elizabeth tackle Goin’ Across The Mountain.
Charismatic Greek singer Eleftheria Arvanitaki in a barnstorming live performance of Dinata Dinata, featuring Arto Tuncboyaciyan in the band.
Here are the graceful dancers from the South Italian group Ballati Tutti Quanti demonstrating the traditional taranta pizzica dance.
A little documentary on Olcay Bayir, featured in issue 383.
Naomi Bedford - from her new album reviewed in issue 376.
Traditional marovany player Bekamby demonstrates his wider influences by improvising on Kassav's big international hit Zouk-La Se Sel Medikamen Nou Ni. The band had visited Madagascar in the 1980s and he had heard them on the radio.
Here’s a little doc on Bellowhead recording their 2010 Critics Poll Album Of The Year Hedonism
Issue 373’s cover stars Bellowhead perform Roll Alabama from their album Revival.
A brief sighting of '70s Bembeya Jazz: best band ever?
Cape Verde’s Bitori, featured in issue 401.
South Korea’s Black String, reviewed in issue 402, performing at the Womex 2016.
Here are this issue 367-368’s cover stars Blowzabella recording their new album.
Jon Boden, issue 413’s cover star, in a whole set from Shrewsbury Folk Festival 2017.
More folk archaeology! A three-parter on the 1988 Bracknell Folk & Roots Festival including June Tabor & Maddy Prior, Marta Sebestyen & Muzsikas, Dembo Konte & Kausu Kuyateh, Davy Spillane, Leon Rosselson & Roy Bailey begins here.
Billy Bragg and friends with a novel take on his Handyman Blues
Here’s the impromptu finale of our Bridges gig. A veritable UN taskforce led by Eliza Carthy tackle the Copper Family’s Banks Of Sweet Primroses.
Here's some classic English weirdness: the legendary Britannia Coconut Dancers of Bacup.
More from the Britannia Coconut Dancers of Bacup, featured in Froots 391/2.
A tribute to composer, song collector and morris dancer George Butterworth, who was killed 100 years ago on the Somme, featured in issue 401.
The late flamenco legend Camaron de la Isla with guitarist Tomatito, from 1990. Camaron was featured in fRoots 287.
Young singer/songwriter Lori Campbell, featured in issue 355/356.
Issue 359’s cover artists Canzoniere Grecanico Salentino.
Here’s Captain Ska’s Liar Liar, featured in issue 333.
The May '08 issue's cover stars Carolina Chocolate Drops play Georgie Buck.
Here's Eliza Carthy playing a song from her new album Neptune.
Eliza Carthy & Martin Carthy talk about their Critics Poll winning album.
Eliza Carthy & The Wayward Band featured on the cover of fRoots 406.
Issue 397’s cover star Jim Causley sings Pride Of The Moor.
Olivia Chaney, reviewed in issue 357: King’s Horses.
fRoots 360's cover star Olivia Chaney singing Bert Jansch’s Running From Home.
Okinawa’s magnificent Sadao China, featured in issue 328.
fRoots 381's cover stars Josienne Clarke & Ben Walker.
Josienne Clarke & Ben Walker perform The Banks Of Sweet Primroses live at the 2015 Folk Awards (as exclusively featured on fRoots 53)
Occitan trio Cocanha, reviewed in issue 413 and included on the fRoots 66 compilation.
Coco & The Butterfields, featured in fRoots 377.
The remarkable Coetus, featured in fRoots 364.
Rare lo-fi 1978 footage of issue 349’s cover star Shirley Collins singing The Bonny Labouring Boy with Martin Carthy and the Albion Band in the National Theatre production of Lark Rise.
Shirley Collins’ video for Death & The Lady from her album Lodestar, with Ian Kearey (featured in issue 402) on slide guitar and production duties.
A 1970 documentary on Ry Cooder.
Ani Cordero, interviewed in issue 408.
The Crooked Jades, as included in our fRoots 307-8 American Roots celebration, perform Let It Show from their Shining Darkness CD.
Cumbia All Stars!
Martin Green and pals – spooky Crows’ Bones stuff.
Moravian/American group Dálava, as featured in issue 410/411.
Here’s a little documentary about the Dammed Nations project and Nuba Nour, as featured in issue 373.
A beautiful introduction to the Vietnamese dan bau.
Here are issue 366’s cover stars David Wax Museum.
Richard Dawson, featured in issue 413, with Soldier from his CD Peasant.
Remarkable Kasse Mady Diabate sings Simbi.
Donovan back in the 1960s, as he recalls in the Aug/Sept 2015 issue.
Issue 358’s cover artist Tim Edey jamming with Brendan Power.
Jack Elliott meets Derroll Adams (as featured on fRoots 53)
Ireland’s Ensemble Ériu, whose album Imbas was reviewed in issue 404/405, play The West Clare Reel on a balcony…
Guinea's Espoirs De Coronthie.
Croatia’s wonderful but elusive Gordana Evacic, as featured on fRoots 35.
From the archives, a reminder of awesome guitarist Dave Evans, from a late '70s Old Grey Whistle Test.
The April 2011 issue’s cover stars The Demon Barbers and their Time Gentlemen Please! project.
Some DakhaBrakha, featured in issue 371.
March 2012's cover star Fatoumata Diawara.
Franco & Le TPOK Jazz, with lead singer Madilu System, perform big hit Mario.
Fanfarai, featured in issue 367-368.
Vintage Maria Farantouri & Mikis Theodarakis from 1974.
From way back in the 1960s, Mimi & Richard Farina.
Issue 400’s cover-featured Lucy Farrell and friends at Sidmouth Folk Week.
Here’s what fRoots 361's cover stars Catrin Finch & Seckou Keita sound like in rehearsal.
The Foghorn String Band, as featured in issue 386/387.
Markos Vamvakaris Fragosyriani from 1935, as featured in fRoots 384.
A Gadarene sampler from Priddy Folk Festival…
Julian Gaskell & His Ragged Trousered Philanthropists with The Modern Day Festival.
Korea’s Geomungo Factory, featured in issue 355/356, wig out at Womex.
Welsh/Indian collaboration Ghazalaw.
Issue 383’s cover star Rhiannon Giddens sings Waterboy on the Letterman show.
And here’s Rhiannon Giddens with Yo-Yo Ma’s Silk Road Ensemble.
fRoots 416/17 cover star Gwyneth Glyn sings Cwlwm from her latest album Tro.
SGA Films are making a documentary about Davy Graham. Here's a trailer and if you look at the links along the top you'll find lots of excerpts from interviews they've already filmed.
A beautiful film of Greek traditional musicians, including two members of Apsilies as featured on the fRoots 38 compilation.
Strange Sky from Martin Green’s album Flit.
Yasmine Hamdan, as featured in fRoots 364.
A wonderful new animated clip by Mary Hampton, as featured in fR341/2.
Bella Hardy, featured in issue 384, from her latest.
Harp And A Monkey, featured in issue 372.
Jack Harris, featured in issue 405, with Vanished Birds as heard on our fRoots 62 compilation.
Judy Henske is 80 this year, and is featured in the December 2016 issue. Here she was in 1963.
The very wonderful Las Hermanas Caronni, featured in issue 397. This track was also on fRoots 58.
Mexico’s Las Hermanas Garcia, included in issue 405’s feature on the bolero tradition of the Costa Chica.
Hillfolk Noir filmed in the Shed the day after they dropped into the fRoots dungeon for their interview in issue 365.
Ibibio Sound Machine, featured in issue 379/380, on BBC2 Later
The Incredible String Band from the 5000 Spirits album, whose 50th anniversary of release is celebrated this issue.
Andy Irvine, Paul Brady and Donal Lunny at Andy Irvine’s 70th birthday concert, reviewed in issue 350-1.
Issue 390’s cover star Andy Irvine with a classic performance from nearly 40 years ago, featuring Paul Brady on guitar and Donal Lunny on bouzouki:
Tanzania’s amazing Jagwa Music, live in the streets of Dar es Salaam
One of the folk events of recent times was an appearance by the long lost Nic Jones at the Queen Elizabeth Hall, featuring his son Joe Jones on guitar.
A work in progress trailer for Michael Proudfoot’s forthcoming Nic Jones TV documentary.
The Beatnik Menace : the legendary Wizz Jones offends the locals in 1960.
An informal song from Tim Jones & The Dark Lanterns, as featured in issue 415/16.
Basque accordeon master Kepa Junkera, as featured in issue 405.
Mali’s Trio Da Kali teamed with Kronos Quartet on their latest album, Ladilikan, reviewed in issue 412.
Pekko Käppi playing the jouhikko, as featured in issue 366.
Here’s Mor Karbasi, with a live version of El Pastor that appears on the Looking For A New England 2 CD
Mor Karbasi with Molinero from her latest album, reviewed in issue 369.
Ladino singer Mor Karbasi, as featured in issue 398/399, with the title track of her album Ojos De Novia.
The marvellous Kardes Turkuler, as featured in fR346, react to the situation in Turkey. With some penguins.
Welcome to world music in the UK, 1940s-style… more in issue 378’s feature on Kealoha Life.
The late Jo Ann Kelly, featured in issue 388, filmed way back in 1989.
Filmed at 2007's EthnoAmbient Festival in Croatia, kora master Seckou Keita and his quartet with special guest Mojmir Novakovic of Kries perform that West African classic Miniyamba
Shantel & Areti Ketime, featured in issue 393.
Part of Ian King's Death & The Lady at Cecil Sharp House on St George's Day 2009.
Some classic tsapika pop from Madagascar's Rasoa Kininike.
Here’s Lisa Knapp's I Wish My Love Was A Cherry from a few years ago.
Pleased to see Spider John Koerner still in action!
fR328 cover stars Konono No. 1.
And now for something completely different: the Korean sanjo. Lots of ‘em.
A documentary about 2007 Album Of The Year winner Bassekou Kouyate.
Bassekou Kouyate & Ngoni Ba, featured in issue 385, from their latest.
Lo-fi but atmospheric clip of issue 305's cover stars, Kries, performing Kocarina at 2008's Ethnoambient.
The remarkable Elizabeth LaPrelle.
A “cranky” version of Lord Bateman by Elizabeth LaPrelle.
Haiti’s Lakou Mizik, as featured in issue 398/399.
Here’s a trailer for the Larmer Tree festival which seems to sum up the spirit of the festival season.
Here’s 2012 Album Of The Year winner Sam Lee with his version of George Collins
Maybe your first sighting of the excellent Leveret.
Leveret, focus of issue 409’s English instrumental music feature.
Bulgarians in London - The London Bulgarian Choir.
Louisiana Red filmed at the 1983 American Folk Blues Festival in Germany, with a band including Carey Bell on harmonica and Jimmy Rodgers on guitar.
Greece’s Loxandra, featured in fR348: Nick Angousis (clarinet), Dimitris Vassiliadis (kanun), Ria Ellenidou (vocal), Loukas Metaxas (bass), Makis Baklatzis (violin, vocals), Dimitris Panagoulias (percussion), Kyriakos Tapakis (ud), Nick Magnisali (percussion)
Romania's celebrated Gabi Lunca with Ion Onoriu (accordeon) and Toni Iordache (cimbalom).
Lynched filmed at Sidmouth Folk Week 2015.
>Issue 398/399’s cover stars Lynched make their celebrated appearance on Later With Jools.
Voices United For Mali: Mali-Ko
Samba Mapangala, featured in fRoots 343/344, with his song in praise of Zanzibar.
Zanzibar’s extraordinary Maulidi Ya Homu at Sauti Za Busara 2011, featured in the April 2011 fRoots.
Issue 357’s cover artist Martha Mavroidi with Rain.
Here’s Leyla McCalla talking about her wonderful album A Day For The Hunter, A Day For The Prey.
Issue 401’s cover-featured Leyla McCalla with Little Sparrow.
Meikhaneh, featured in issue 414.
The mighty Mekons back in the 1980s with their celebrated Ghosts Of American Astronauts
The Mekons’ Fear And Beer from their album Existentialism, as featured in issue 402.
French/Iranian trio Meïkhâneh with Eszmelet from their album La Silencieuse, reviewed in issue 412.
Mishaped Pearls - “Tamesis” on t’wireless.
Blues In Europe in the 1960s - Mississippi Fred McDowell.
fR352 issue cover star Anaïs Mitchell performs Tailor from her latest album Young Man In America.
A little documentary about Cypriot trio Monsieur Doumani.
Jim Moray with Across The Western Ocean from his latest album Low Culture
Maud & Helen Karpeles, Cecil Sharp and George Butterworth demonstrating Morris dances in 1912 – the year after the founding of the English Folk Dance Society.
Some 1942 film of Ella Mae Morse, featured in fR337, and her first big hit Cow Cow Boogie. Groovy!
A short snip of the Jim Kweskin Jug Band with Maria Muldaur from way back in the 1960s.
Here's the taster video for Channel 5's five part My Music series which aired in April 2008.
Rebetiko guitar from Dimitris Mystakis’ album Amerika, reviewed in issue 409.
Namvula, featured in issue 367-368 and on the fRoots 47 compilation.
The Jan/Feb 2016 issue’s cover-featured Rachel Newton sings Hank...
Italy’s Nidi d’Arac, as featured in issue 333, play Tamburieddhu.
Niyaz perform The Hunt live.
Folk archaeology! Enjoy The Not The Finger In The Ear Show which we helped produce for TV back in 1982, with Martin Simpson, Pete & Chris Coe, Maggie Holland, Peta Webb & Webb's Wonders and more. In 5 parts beginning here.
Estonia’s Maarja Nuut as featured in fRoots 362-363.
Maarja Nuut, reviewed in issue 396 (this track’s also on fRoots 59)
Maarja Nuut, featured in issue 400.
Offa Rex (Olivia Chaney with The Decemberists) as featured in issue 410/411.
Dona Onete, featured in issue 413.
Orchestra Baobab, from their album Tribute To NDiouga Dieng.
Senegal's legendary Orchestra Baobab playing Nijaay
Orchestra Baobab play their greatest hit Utru Horas with its legendary Barthélemy Attisso guitar solo.
Congolese veterans Orchestre Les Mangelepa, as featured in issue 415/16.
As featured on the cover of issue 393 and on the fRoots 50 compilation - Orchestre Tout Puissant Marcel Duchamp.
Orkesta Mendoza, from their album, Vamos A Guarachar reviewed in the October 2016 issue.
New clip from Russia’s Otava Yo, featured in issue 377…
The extraordinary changeover between Oyster Ceilidh Band and Edward II at this year's Big Session, as featured in issue 314/315. Watch in awe!
The Padstow ’Obby ’Oss filmed on May Day 1932.
An atmospheric video constructed around Greek legend Marika Papagika’s 1919 recording of the classic Smyrneiko Minore.
This. Swoon. Dolly Parton, pub singer.
Issue 370’s cover stars Peatbog Faeries live in Canada.
Issue 408’s cover star Lula Pena.
The fore-runners of Penguin Café, featured this issue, were the Penguin Café Orchestra. Here they are playing one of their ‘greatest hits’, Music For A Found Harmonium.
A whole concert of Kurdish hero Sivan Perwer!
Canada’s Petunia & The Vipers as featured in fRoots 360.
Police Dog Hogan, featured in the April 2017 issue.
Karine Polwart, issue 346’s cover star, filmed in the Barley Room at Farnham Maltings – where fRoots used to run gigs in the 1980s.
Beth Porter, featured in fRoots 390.
Issue 385’s cover star Emily Portman live with her trio.
Emily Portman’s single Seed Stitch
Oh look, here’s the fab Emily Portman & The Coracle Band.
Here’s a documentary on the music of Puglia (with English subtitles) including some of the people mentioned in the feature in issue 353/354. And here are Ngracalate, mentioned in the same feature.
The Rails, featured in issue 373.
Here’s a feature about issue 394's cover stars The Rheingans Sisters' album Already Home.
Rising Appalachia, featured in issue 378.
Issue 403/404 ’s cover star Alasdair Roberts, In Dispraise Of Hunger.
And here’s Tim Robbins (fRoots 328) talking about his new record.
Carrie Rodriguez, featured in issue 394, talks about her new album Lola
Issue 304's cover stars, Rupa & The April Fishes.
Okinawan sanshin music from the great Sadao China.
Sahra Halgan Trio from Somaliland, as reviewed in fRoots 391/2 and included on the fRoots 57 compilation.
Amparo Sanchez, as featured in issue 325, with Corazon De La Realidad
Issue 309's cover star Oumou Sangare at the Africa Live - Roll Back Malaria concert.
Something from Oumou Sangare's Mogoya album, reviewed in issue 407.
A nice compilation from the debut gig of Andrew Cronshaw’s new quartet SANS.
Here’s a charming and inspiring short documentary about cajun musician and author Ann Savoy.
The Shee, featured in issue 403/404, at last winter’s Celtic Connections.
Sheesham & Lotus & Son as featured in fRoots 361.
Joan Shelley (with Nathan Salsburg), as reviewed in issue 409.
Joan Shelley & Nathan Salsburg, as on the December 2017 issue cover.
Enjoy Sidmouth Festival jig competition winners Jack Worth & Fiona Bradshaw dancing to Jackie Oates singing. Nice!
Martin Simpson shows you how he plays his new album.
Audio stream of Martin Simpson’s Blues Run The Game, from his new album Trails & Tribulations reviewed in issue 410/411.
Martin Simpson - featured in issue 412 - with Thomas Drew from his album Trails & Tribulations.
Irish/Finnish trio Slow Moving Clouds, as featured in issue 397.
John Smith, as featured in fRoots 371.
Issue 387/387’s cover star Chris Smither in an extended session.
Laura Smyth & Ted Kemp, reviewed in issue 414, with a live version of the title track of their album.
Here are fRoots 340’s cover stars Snakefarm back in 1999 when they were the future of folk music the last time round…
Exclusive footage of Mali's Songhoy Blues from Green Man Festival!
Syria's extraordinary Omar Souleyman, reviewed live in issue 313.
Malick Pathe Sow and Bah Sissoko, as featured in the March 2013 fRoots.
Issue 365’s cover stars, Spiro.
Reviewed in issue 383, Spiro recording Burning Bridge.
The Spooky Men’s Chorale with a Swedish folk song.
Here’s a clip of fR338/339’s cover stars Staff Benda Bilili recording in Kinshasa.
Peter Stampfel, interviewed in fR394, gives his advice to musicians.
Kristi Stassinopoulou & Stathis Kalyviotis at the fRoots 30th anniversary concert which catalysed their emergence as a duo.
As featured in fR335, The Staves.
Stealing Sheep's Apparition may be the best music video you see all year! Watch carefully, in detail!
Serafina Steer, featured in issue 358, with Night Before Mutiny.
Stick In The Wheel - “Bows Of London” (with a passer-by)
2015 Folk Awards double nominees and fR376 cover stars Stick In The Wheel.
Dark wobbly lo-fi film of Stick In The Wheel, whose first album was reviewed in issue 388.
2015 fRoots Critics Poll Album Of The Year winners Stick In The Wheel caught live. (“This is our last number because Nandos shuts at half past ten...)
The late lamented Joe Strummer & The Mescaleros with Johnny Appleseed
Korea’s [su:m], featured in issue 371.
Mali's legendary Super Djata Band performing at Angouleme Festival in 1984.
The Sweet Lowdown, featured in issue 376 with “Red Shift Blues
Here's more of Canada’s wonderful The Sweet Lowdown, reviewed in issue 379-380.
And here’s Laurel Swift , featured in fRoots 341/342, going boing!
Kantele player Pauliina Syrjälä, as featured in issue 406.
Legends in our time: experience the truly wonderful 3 Mustaphas 3 in all their 1988 glory.
June Tabor & fR348 cover stars Oysterband at their recent Union Chapel concert: video directed by fRoots photographer Judith Burrows.
Turkish group Taksim Trio, as featured in the April 2008 fRoots.
Issue 389’s cover-featured Tal National from Niger.
Mali’s Tamikrest, featured in issue 369.
Issue 372’s cover star, Ebo Taylor.
Oxford’s Telling The Bees, featured in fRoots 345.
Issue 388's cover stars Telling The Bees play Wood a few years back at London’s Green Note.
This Is The Kit, featured in issue 385, with the title track of their new album.
Three Cane Whale, whose CD, Palimpsest, was reviewed in issue 393.
Ghana’s Pat Thomas, featured in issue 400.
Some authentic Timbila music from Mozambique, the inspiration for the New York band featured in fRoots 338/339.
Issue 382’s cover stars Kathryn Tickell & The Side talk about their music
Topette!! as featured in fRoots 386/7.
The great Ali Farka Touré passed away 10 years ago.
Estonia’s Trad.Attack! from their CD Kullakarva reviewed in issue 408.
EPK from Boubacar Traore’s new album, reviewed in issue 414.
Issue 384’s cover star’s Trio Da Kali go classical with Kronos Quartet
Critics Poll Album Of The Year winners Trio Da Kali & Kronos Quartet live.
Issue 405 cover featured Trio Dhoore, caught at 2016’s Sidmouth Folk Week.
Katerina Tsiridou, reviewed in fR395.
Finland’s Tsuumi Sound System, featured in fRoots 365.
Twelfth Day, featured in issue 374-375.
Justin Vali, featured in issue 358, playing marovany with the Madagascar All-Stars.
Estonia’s Svjata Vatra, featured in issue 386/387.
Le Vent Du Nord, featured in issue 385, live at Celtic Connections.
Salento’s wonderful Anna Cinzia Villani.
The Wainwright Sisters’ gorgeous version of Hobo’s Lullaby
Here’s fRoots 341/342 cover star Danyel Waro.
Man in shades introduces the Warsaw Village Band, featured in fRoots issue 314/315.
fR335’s cover star Abigail Washburn plays three of her songs – City Of Refuge, Taiyang Chulai and Bring Me My Queen live on NPR’s All Things Considered.
He’d be 100 years old on 4th April 2013, and he’s featured in issue 358: blues legend Muddy Waters
Marry Waterson & David A Jaycock, featured in issue 393.
The Watersons, from the 1965 film Travelling For A Living, sing Hal An Tow through a folk club fog. That's Norma you see first…
Xaos: Pontos Blues, as featured in issue 388.
Xylouris White play Psarandonis
Hold on, it’s the Yiddish Twist Orchestra!
Yo Yo Ma’s Silk Road Ensemble, reviewed in issue 397 (this one features previous fRoots cover star Rhiannon Giddens).
Yorkston-Thorne-Khan featured in fR395