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Storyland is a podcast with kids' stories for children of all ages. Discover new worlds, adventures, and magic that bring the imagination to life! Everything from original bedtime stories written by the podcast creator to the retelling of classic children’s books and fairy tales, Storyland is a great way to stay entertained and enchanted in a clean environment where anything is possible. Storyland is safe for kids and fun for the whole family!
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The Three Ravens is an English myth and folklore podcast hosted by Eleanor Conlon and Martin Vaux. Each weekly episode focuses on one of England's 39 historic counties, exploring the history, folklore and traditions of the area, from ghosts and mermaids to mythical monsters, half-forgotten heroes, bloody legends, and much, much more. Then, and most importantly, we take turns to tell a new version of an ancient story from that county - all before discussing what that tale might mean, where it ...
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A podcast exploring the folk tales and folklore of the East Midlands and beyond. Dylan Knight acts as both our guide and storyteller as we explore these stories from Nottinghamshire, Lincolnshire, Rutland, Leicestershire, Northamptonshire and Derbyshire as well as the lore and legends behind them. Podcast art work by Adaptive on https://www.facebook.com/AdaptivePhotoMedia Brought to you on or around the 13th of the month. Feel free to contact Dylan at: talesfromtheotherwood@gmail.com
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Welcome to the Wise Crone Cottage podcast with storyteller, Kathy Shimpock. Here we'll meet the crone and uncover her wisdom as found, in fairy tales, folktales and myths. New episodes are released each month. All rights reserved.
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Immerse yourself in the enchanting narrative of Chinese Cinderella, the romantic tale of the cowherd and the fairy, and the heroic legend of the fearless female general, Mulan...... These mythical stories blur the lines of reality, featuring epic protagonists. Join us on a wondrous journey into a new world, imbued with tradition, mythology, and enduring wisdom. Subscribe and listen now.
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Midnight Slumber is a bi-weekly podcast about vivid dreams in short story forms. If you want to hear about adventure, love, horror, sci-fi, or the completely abstract, then there is a story for you. Sound effects and music take this series into a realm beyond the normal. Welcome to Midnight Slumber. Disclaimer: All characters featured in the "Midnight Slumber" podcast are entirely fictitious. Any resemblances to real persons, whether living or deceased, are purely coincidental. The narrative ...
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Story Coach Lisa Bloom is the go-to expert on business story-telling. For decades she’s helped entrepreneurs master this important but overlooked skill. In Once Upon a Business, she’s turning her attention from the craft of storytelling to the stories themselves — the densely evocative folk and fairy tales that we all are exposed to regardless of our culture. In each episode of Once Upon a Business, Lisa reads a fairy or folk tale and then extracts rich business lessons that are applicable f ...
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Folk Tales

Folk Tales

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Real People. Real Stories. Folk Tales is a PodCast that records from a humble apartment to capture raw content. Diving deep into our journeys, the whys and hows. And sometimes...things get spicy! Want to get involved? Email us at folktalespodcasts@gmail.com or reach out on our Facebook page! We'd love to hear from you :)
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The Wanderer

Ponders Productions

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With only his guitar by his side, a bard has made a deal with the forest- wander, and you just might find your love. A folk tale about being separated from the ones you love to keep them safe. Written and performed by T.H. Ponders. A member of Fable and Folly.
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I’m the host Narada Muni, and I’m a mythological character myself! I have the gift of eternal life, and knowledge of the past, the present, and the future. I’m also the son of Brahma, the creator of the Universe. By profession, I’m a traveling musician and storyteller, so the way I’m doing my job is by podcast. In every episode, I’ll bring you Stories from India from well known Indian Mythological epics like the Ramayan and Mahabharata, to folklore including the Panchatantra, Jataka Tales, V ...
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Tales from the Hearth

Stormfire Productions

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A Storyteller Project from Stormfire Productions. Join us by the figurative hearth as host Lisette Alvarez spins modern folk tales and interviews fellow storytellers about their respective journeys. In a world where actual fireside folktales are few and far in-between, this is a chance to revive and review the importance of communal storytelling from ages past and its relevance today. This is a podcast with a unique monthly release cycle; a 5-day sprint to create a modern folk tale 4x a year ...
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Please note new episodes will be hosted through https://www.buzzsprout.com/527959 where you can download your favourite episodes to listen to wherever you are. Come find me there! Welcome to the Folk and Fairy Bedtime Stories podcast, where adventures and magic happen, old stories can be rediscovered, and you may learn a thing or two about your local history. Tuck yourself in, settle back onto your pillows and let me read you a story before you sleep. Find me on Facebook at R Bond Audio for ...
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Rendition

Alex Cespedes

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Timeless tales re-told. Each week you’ll hear two or three classic stories based around a common, and timeless, theme. Because history may not always repeat itself, but it sure rhymes
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«Сказка – великая духовная культура народа, которую мы собираем по крохам, и через сказку раскрывается перед нами тысячелетняя история народа» Алексей Николаевич Толстой This Podcast was created for bilingual families, who are trying to preserve Russian language and culture in their own homes, far away from Russia. In order to share stories from our childhood with our children, every week we will add new additions to our podcast library in form of tale, poem or song. Enjoy and let's get star ...
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This is a bi-monthly podcast featuring songs and stories from some lesser known fairy tales and folk stories. Stories which lean toward the grisly and unnerving, stories which might help us deal with the ogres and wicked step mothers in our own lives. You can support this podcast by buying Julia a cup of tea here https://ko-fi.com/voxchops xox
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1926: Penelope Collins is the only one who remembers the folk tales of the world. When bullied Penelope punches her teacher, she cracks open the boundary between the Realm of Men and an invisible isle off the coast of Scotland where the forgotten tales are kept.Like Prometheus bringing fire to earth, Penelope must bring the tales back to the Realm of Men, but terrors lurk at each encounter with the fairy tale inhabitants of the isle. None of whom are left the way Penelope remembers...Read th ...
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The WMI FolkTales podcast is an award-winning production that features improvised re-imaginings of classic folk tales from around the world set to music. Hosted by acclaimed storyteller Bill Gordh, each episode invites a guest musician to improvise a culturally-appropriate score in dialogue with Bill’s inspired re-tellings of beloved stories from around the globe, followed by a brief conversation between Bill and the guest artist. Recommended for children of all ages. WMI Folk Tales podcasts ...
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Not your common fairy tales, this collection is a mixture of morals, quirkiness, and sarcasm. In it one finds ironic derivatives (if not roots) of well known fairy tales such as “The Brave Little Taylor” and “Beauty and the Beast,” as well as some more unusual settings to impart the popular fairy tale themes of justice and happily ever after. Most stories are told with wry humor and often shocking irreverence for the expected fairy tale turn out. This is NOT a book for children, but one for ...
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Here at Classic Tales we present long forgotten or lesser known tales as well as original (or as close as possible) versions of classic tales we think we know. Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/classictales/support Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
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A weekly Asian & Pacific folklore podcast. Join Kamuela Kaneshiro as he shares tales of people, traditions, and gods from Pacific Island countries, Asia, Australia, and the Americas. These stories influenced films, Marvel and DC comic books, Disney movies, Netflix series, TV shows, and books. Episodes include a featured song, and Hawaiian word. www.LegendsFromThePacific.com
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Art Hounds

Minnesota Public Radio

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Each week three people from the Minnesota arts community talk about a performance, opening, or event they're excited to see or want others to check out.
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Eddie Lenihan is Ireland’s most well known storyteller. He has been telling tales for over 35 years. Each month, Eddie will share Irish wisdom and stories from the past on the Tell Me A Story with Eddie Lenihan podcast. As a cultural preservationist, Eddie has amassed the largest collection of folk stories and tales in Ireland. His dedication to the tradition has seen him collect and compile stories from all across the country, particularly those that deal with the themes of the supernatural ...
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Colored Folklore

Colored Folklore, LLC.

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Mythology extends past the Greek and Roman pantheon, and European fairy tales are only one section in the worldwide folklore lexicon. Every other Monday, join your host Gree, long time folk tale fan and short time global studies scholar, as we delve into stories from traditionally overlooked cultures from all over the planet. If you’re interested in hearing about myths and fables and legends from civilizations that have honed storytelling over thousands of years, “Colored Folklore” is the po ...
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Setter Tales Podcast

Wade Kisner & Tomas Heidenwirth

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Setter Tales Podcast is an interview format show with friends trading stories and experiences about their outdoor adventures and beloved gun dogs. Subjects are fun, entertaining, and often educational. Hosts Wade Kisner and Tomas Heidenwirth speak with guests of various backgrounds: Hunter, Breeder, Veterinarian, other experts, or just regular folk who have a passion for the outdoors.
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A reflection of 40 years of intermittent ethnographic research on the Shetland Islands. This is an experiment in intimate ethnography. Each episode of the "A-sides" follows a single theme. The same theme is explored on the "B-sides" but through contemporary fiction based on a tale found in Lawrence Tulloch's Shetland Folk Tales.
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Strange things happen in Twillingdale and it's beauty masks the horrors that have taken place there. The truth has been kept a secret for centuries but now all is revealed. Each podcast has been written by Katherine McDermott and directed by Sian Berry and has been produced by the great team at Bamalam Productions who are based in Wigan, Greater Manchester. Photographs are by Shannon Landers and all illustrations are by Laura Crow. Check out our website at www.ravagedbytime.co.uk Email any f ...
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Glamour spell gone wrong? Astral projection got you untethered? Want to know why your angry dead rich father is haunting you? Consider Kalila Stormfire’s Economical Magick Services. After a controversial fallout with her coven, Kalila Stormfire must juggle complex clients and an anonymous critic hellbent on besmirching her new business. The decaying urban block where Kal operates appreciates her affordable experience in a broad range of supernatural ailments and remedies. Still, Kal is not s ...
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Sounds Atlantic is a podcast heard weekly that is devoted to artists from Atlantic Canada who perform roots and acoustic based music (i.e., traditional, folk, old-time, “Canadiana”/”Americana”, bluegrass, etc.). Atlantic Canadian artists describe it this way: Anita Best (trad Newfoundland singer, folk historian and Order of Canada member) refers to this podcast as "the best show for down-home music in all of Canada"... Wayne Chaulk ("Buddy Wassisname and the Other Fellers") says "Ron's got t ...
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Hello! Greetings from the Burmese corner! I'm Kenneth Wong, a Burmese language instructor, author, and translator. This is a podcast series for intermediate and advanced Burmese language learners who want to learn Burmese by listening to natural conversation. Every two weeks or so, my cohost Mol Mol from Burmese Language Academy of Yangon (BLAY) and I upload an episode on a specific topic. At the end of each episode, you'll find the keywords and phrases with their meanings. You can reach BLA ...
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A variety of stories based on personal experiences ranging from the ominous to the macabre, the unusual to the paranormal, and the comical to the inspirational. A semi-monthly podcast including tales from 25 years in entertainment, education, and writing.
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EDs and TALES

Ed James and Ed Thompson

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A light-hearted look at characters, events, stories, myth & legend, from The GREAT NORTH EAST of England. – The area is roughly described as “almost to the tips of Bernicia and Deira or the auld Northumberland of the Middle-ages” The shows are hosted by EDS JAMES & THOMPSON. Each episode tackles a different subject with romance and rigmarole, laughs and tears, joy, and pain, punctuated with live musical performances and renditions. Together with a panel of star guests, they deliver, “The VER ...
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Welcome to Bad Teacher Tales, where each week we share the good, the bad, and the “what the hell?!” of daily teacher life. We’ll expose workplace woes that range from unrealistic to impossibly asinine. We’ll postulate on parental problems and admin antics. We might even learn a helpful tip or trick, and while we may be “Bad” teachers, we will always leave remembering our Why…those beautiful, bright, baffling, students!
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Norfolk Folklore Society

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The Norfolk Folklore Society podcast hosted by Siofra Connor & Stacia Briggs. We hope to entice folklore lovers, stone spotters, paranormal investigators, cryptozoologists, folk horror enthusiasts, ufologists, magic users and any other curious souls to join us on our strange journeys around Norfolk.
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A Himachal Pradesh Folk Tale about a Dog who breaks with tradition by getting a human as a pet. Plus Magical transformations and an unfixable crack in a golden wall Transcript and show notes: https://sfipodcast.com/himachal-pradesh-folk-tale-dog-prince-ep-257 Music: https://www.purple-planet.com #sfipodcast #HimachalPradesh #FolkTalesOfHimachalPrad…
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A Vikram-Betaal story about four graduates who use their new skills to bring a dead creature back to life! Can Vikram solve Betaal’s tricky question again? Transcript and show notes: https://sfipodcast.com/vikram-betaal-build-a-beast-ep-261/ Music: https://www.purple-planet.com Previous Vikram Betaal episodes Previous Singhasan Battisi stories #sfi…
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On this week's episode of Local Legends, Martin gathers round the campfire with Oxfordshire local and host of The History of England podcast, David Crowther. Born in Loughborough over the border, David has lived in Oxfordshire for many years, giving him a perfect perspective on the county. That of someone who's familiar with it, but who sees it wit…
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Send us a Text Message. This Northamptonshire tale is in regards of a very curious building called the Triangular Lodge. On the grounds of Rushton Hall, it is in fact, younger than the hall itself. However, this also means that because of its unusual shape, it has inspired many tales all of its own! Towards the end of the 18th Century, the 6th Visc…
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When the rug broke out of its jail cell, it unleashed a fury of destruction throughout the city on a scale that no one had ever seen. There was only one person who could stop the rug, but would she make it to the scene before it was too late? Storyland is a podcast that brings kids' stories to life for children of all ages. Dive into new worlds, ad…
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Featuring music from artists who have appeared at this year’s “ECMA’s” in Prince Edward Island, “Trails Tales and Tunes Festival” in Newfoundland and at the “Festival of Small Halls” in Prince Edward Island, including Jimmy Rankin, Morgan Toney, Tim Baker, The Bombadills, Rum Ragged, The Once, Shermanm Downey, David Francey, Richard Neville, Craig …
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For those who haven’t heard the announcement I posted , songs from this point on will sometimes be split among multiple episodes, so this is the first part of a two-episode look at the song “Everyday People”. This week we take a short look at the formation of Sly and the Family Stone, and in a week’s time we’ll look at the group’s career after they…
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When Nora's mom stitched the rug from her room back together, she had no idea she was bringing a MONSTER back from the dead! What happened next was something nobody could have imagined. Do you like kids' stories? Do you know anyone whose kids would enjoy stories like these at bedtime? Be sure to share the love! Storyland is always looking for the n…
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Lisa Bloom tells the classic tale of “The Fox and the Cat.” Through this Brothers Grimm narrative, Lisa explores profound business lessons about the value of simplicity, humility, and staying true to one’s core expertise while navigating the entrepreneurial journey. Story Coach Lisa Bloom is the go-to expert on business story-telling. For decades s…
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In this week's bonus episode, we're exploring the history of the 17th century mass murderer and sorceress La Voisin! Part of the "Something Wicked" series, we start by chatting through the history of poisoner rings and life in the times of Louis XIV, "the Sun King." We then discuss the rise to power of Catherine Deshayes, a penniless child fortune-…
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It was a fun surprise when Nora learned that all the furniture in her room could listen and talk to her! But the fun quickly ended when her rug turned out to be pure evil. Do you like kids' stories? Do you know anyone whose kids would enjoy stories like these at bedtime? Be sure to share the love! Storyland is always looking for the next kid with a…
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On this week's episode we're headed back to Oxfordshire, and Eleanor is telling a tale drawn from a ghastly 18th century true crime! We start off discussing St Olivia of Palermo, who was apparently resistant to boiling oil - if not axe-blows - after which we head to Oxfordshire. In addition to chatting about Oxford's Civil War heritage, Henry VIII'…
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Diana Hardy describes how she seeks prayerful guidance in discussing tangled up topics in this Gospel Study focused on the end of Mosiah and first part of Alma. Diana Bate Hardy is an attorney and… The post Seeking Inspiration Among Political Divides: Gospel Study with Diana Hardy appeared first on Dialogue Journal.…
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Chandrakanta’s story continues, with Tej Singh and Chapla’s politics, lies, diplomacy, and deception to get Naugarh and Vijaygarh to become friends again Transcript and show notes: https://sfipodcast.com/chandrakanta-aiyyar-diplomacy-ep-260/ Music: https://www.purple-planet.com Previous Chandrakanta episodes: Chandrakanta - Stories From India #sfip…
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On this week's episode of Local Legends, Martin gathers round the campfire with Nottinghamshire local and author of the fascinating new book Historic Building Mythbusting, James Wright. Though a long-time resident of Nottinghamshire and a genuine expert in its historic buildings and folklore, James was born in Staffordshire and has been involved wi…
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Nora, Luke, and Ollie found themselves on a trip to another world when the Rocket Van took them on a voyage beyond their galaxy, where no human or dog from Earth had ever set foot. Storyland is a podcast that brings kids' stories to life for children of all ages. Dive into new worlds, adventures, and magic that spark the imagination! Enjoy original…
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Preview of the PEI Mutual Festival of Small Halls - who’s playing and where they’re playing in towns and villages throughout Prince Edward Island with special guest Josh Ellis, Executive Director of the Festival. Artists from PEI, Atlantic Canada and abroad include “Maukin” (formerly 3 members of Ten Strings and a Goatskin”, Dave Gunning and son Ju…
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Pineapple and Pizza are good on their own. Some, however, like them both together, but I bet they have never had them together like our adventurer is about to experience. Sit back, relax, and enjoy this short story. Thanks for listening! This story was written and narrated by Zack Miller. Follow us on X @The_MNS_Podcast, Instagram @midnight_slumber…
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From MPR News, Art Hounds are members of the Minnesota arts community who look beyond their own work to highlight what’s exciting in local art. Their recommendations are lightly edited from the audio heard in the player above. Want to be an Art Hound? Submit here. Click here. Puffy mushrooms Laurie Byrne of Chatfield is looking forward to the openi…
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This special episode features Lisa’s guest appearance on To Lead Is Human hosted by Sharon Richmond. Lisa tells a story of monkeys trying to rescue the moon — which she and Sharon discuss as a metaphor for the danger of not checking assumptions and ignoring quieter voices in the organization. Story Coach Lisa Bloom is the go-to expert on business s…
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In this week's bonus episode, Eleanor talks us through the surprisingly saucy history of glove making! Part of the "Dying Arts" series, we start by discussing where Eleanor's interest in the topic first arose, specifically in Renaissance drama, clothing and costume, before we then explore the truly ancient relationships humans have had with gloves,…
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Once upon a time, Luke and Nora were playing around in the driver's seat of their family van. Little did they know, the van had a life of its own, and they were about to take a wild ride before school that morning. Do you like kids' stories? Do you know anyone whose kids would enjoy stories like these at bedtime? Be sure to share the love! Storylan…
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In 1950 Akira Kurosawa merged two of Ryūnosuke Akutagawa’s short stories together to make his classic film “Rashomon.”Last episode we covered the story that gave the film it’s name and in this episode we explore the story of the murder at the heart of that film, told by seven characters with seven different, often conflicting accounts: “In A Grove”…
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In this episode of Dialogue Out Loud, we feature an engaging conversation with two talented poets from the Spring 2024 issue of Dialogue: A Journal of Mormon Thought. Join us as M. Rather Jr. and… The post Spring 2024 Poetry: A Conversation with Robbie Taggart & M. Rather Jr. appeared first on Dialogue Journal.…
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On this week's episode we're headed back to Nottinghamshire, and Martin is telling his take on the legend of Robin Hood! We start off discussing St Elmo, witchfire, and his three rather unpleasant deaths, after which we head to Nottinghamshire. In addition to chatting about Southwell Minster, Newark Castle ruins, and a pretty epic story associated …
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The Ramayana continues with Ram and Laxman getting abducted, and Hanuman’s battle with their kidnapper - the Underworld Don - Mahiravana a.k.a. Ahiravana Transcript and show notes: https://sfipodcast.com/ramayana-hanuman-vs-ahiravana-ep-259/ Music: https://www.purple-planet.com Previous Ramayana episodes: https://sfipodcast.com/category/ramayana/ #…
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In the atmospheric setting of England’s largest and most elaborate provincial medieval city hall, wonderful tales were woven about Norwich’s dark past. We joined forces with performer Laura Cannell to create a magical night filled with tales of ghosts and witchcraft, secret tunnels and dreadful murders linked to this distinctive building in the hea…
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On this week's episode of Local Legends, Martin gathers round the campfire with the author of Hampshire and Isle of Wight Folk Tales Mike O'Leary. Mike has been a professional storyteller since 1995, and across the last almost 30 years has developed a real expertise in the folklore of Hampshire. Based in Southampton, a city which he’s studied acade…
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What do you do when you’re in a pinch, out of options, or desperate? In English, you might make a Last-Ditch Effort. If you’re a football player, you might throw a Hail Mary Pass. But in Burmese, you might do what the mythical bird Garuda did: cook salt. To understand the Burmese expression အကြံကုန် ဂဠုန်ဆားချက် (when the Garuda runs out of ideas, …
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Lisa Bloom tells the Brothers Grimm tale The Fox and the Horse. She explores the dynamics between the characters, reflecting on parallels in the workplace. The story reminds us to consider the importance of kindness, ethical behavior, and the impact of self-centered motives in business. Story Coach Lisa Bloom is the go-to expert on business story-t…
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From gnomes to kobolds, dvergr to hobs, it's time to gather up our mining lamps and shed some light on the very shadowy history of goblins... Part of the "Three Ravens Bestiary" series, we start by chatting through ways in which, across the last two centuries, we have come to think of goblins as distinct fae creatures, separate from elves, pucks, a…
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In this episode, the storyteller, Kathy Shimpock, meets again with Master Hypnotherapist, Linda Bennett. Together they discuss the Norwegian folktale, "Tatterhood," and explore its many meanings and interpretations by looking at its symbols, metaphors, and archetypes. It's a fascinating model for dream interpretation too. Part 2 of their conversati…
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On this week's episode we're headed back to Hampshire, and Eleanor is telling her take on The Wherwell Cockatrice! We start off discussing St Melangell and her abbey filled with wild animals, after which we head to Hampshire. In addition to chatting about the New Forest and some of the many magical and witchy goings on associated with it, plus some…
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Join us for an enlightening conversation with author Kyle Jepson about his article in the spring 2024 issue of Dialogue: A Journal of Mormon Thought. In “A Remarkable Vision of Her Father: The Many Uses… The post Abish’s Remarkable Vision of Her Father: A Conversation with Kyle Jepson appeared first on Dialogue Journal.…
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A story about a devoted wife, Shilavati, who stopped the entire world to protect her husband from Rishi Mandavya’s terrible curse. Can Anasuya save the world? Transcript and show notes: https://sfipodcast.com/puranas-shilavati-and-anasuya-ep-258/ Music: https://www.purple-planet.com #sfipodcast #Saptarishi #Purana #Puranas #Anasuya #Atri #Surya #Ma…
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On this week's episode of Local Legends, Martin gathers round the campfire to chat about the folklore and character of Warwickshire and the West Midlands with storyteller and author Cath Edwards. A member of The Society for Storytelling representing the Midlands, and author of excellent books including ‘Warwickshire Folktales’ and “West Midlands Fo…
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For those who haven’t heard the announcement I posted , songs from this point on will sometimes be split among multiple episodes, so this is the second part of a two-episode look at the song “I Heard it Through the Grapevine”. This week we’re looking at the career of Marvin Gaye from 1963 through 1970, as well as his duet partners Mary Wells, Kim W…
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Music from selected winners from this year’s East Coast Music Awards held recently in Charlottetown PEI including “Songwriter’s Circle” co-chairs Damnhait Doyle and Rose Cousins, Neon Dreams, Kayo, Émilie Landry, Kellie Loder, Morgan Toney, the East Pointers, Mary Beth Carty, Richard Wood, Rachel Davis and Darren McMullen, and Rum Ragged. https://w…
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Swamps and fevers are known to go together. Our adventurer and a group of survivors race through a swamp for survival. However, our adventurer is slowing the others down in this environment, which begs the question, what will they do? Sit back, relax, and enjoy this short story. Thanks for listening! This story was written and narrated by Zack Mill…
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Clutch your lucky rabbit's foot and rub your sacred ring, for in this week's Bonus Episode Eleanor and Martin are discussing the history of amulets and charms. Part of the "Magic and Medicines" series, they start by chatting through how we define what amulets are, chatting through some truly ancient examples, from a 40,000 year old Siberian cave be…
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On this week's episode we're headed back to Warwickshire, and Martin is telling his take on the legend of Lady Godiva! We start off chatting about St Ethelbert, and the rather severe haircut he received from King Offa of Mercia, after which we wander to Warwickshire! In addition to discussing some parts of Warwickshire that are no longer considered…
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Come join Lori on an exploration of Mosiah for our only May Gospel Study! Lori Thompson Forsyth has had a long and somewhat random history with the publishing industry. She was a typesetter at the Harvard Crimson… The post Deep diving into Mosiah: Gospel Study with Lori Thompson Forsyth appeared first on Dialogue Journal.…
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