Let’s All Take A Trip To The Edge Of The Country

23 April 2015 // Caught By... //Events //Music

A week long festival of music, outdoor living and adventure. In two parts. Taking over Fforest Farm, Cilgerran between 10th – 17th August. This summer, Caught by the River heads west for seven days of music, talks, workshops and blissful outdoor living at Fforest in Cardigan (10 – 17 August 2015). Caught by the River […]

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Water and Sky: A Caught by the River Book

26 February 2014 // Books //Caught By...

We’re pretty bloody delighted to be able to announce that we’re publishing Neil Sentance’s Water and Sky: Voices from the Riverside, our first original title in May. After a couple of fantastic compendiums (Words on Water and On Nature), this book is an original by a longtime Caught by the River contributor; and that’s being […]

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I (Still) Believe In Rock’n’Roll

29 April 2013 // Birds //Books //Caught By... //Chris Watson Watch

07 I Believe In Rock & Roll Today is Bill Drummond’s birthday, as a good excuse an excuse as any to raise a glass, to post this and point newer readers towards a few of The Man’s Caught by the River related links – a recording of Bill reading his chapter from Words on Water […]

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Rivertones 2: The Sea-Road

16 October 2012 // Books //Caught By... //Chris Watson Watch //Miscellany

Robert Macfarlane & Chris Watson: The Sea Road (17.32) Recorded live at Port Eliot festival, July 2012 b/w Granite (7.05) (Watson) /Stormbeach (7.25)(Watson) Rivertones 2. A 12” single, released November 2012 Undoubtedly the highlight’s of Caught by the River’s summer was an utterly unique collaboration between two of Britain’s most forward-thinking adventurers, author Robert Macfarlane […]

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A Festival No.6 Primer – The Kane Players

21 August 2012 // Caught By... //Events //Music

Over the next few weeks, we’ll be running stories about some of the people who’ll be joining us at the inaugural Festival No.6 in Portmeirion next month (September 14th – 16th). Much like at Port Eliot, we’ll be staging three days of talks, readings, live music and good beer. We’re running the stage with our […]

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