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This show is (mostly) a weekly podcast that explores the likely repertoire of eighteenth and early nineteenth century bagpipers, using historic music collections (written for bagpipes or not), performed on Uilleann pipes, Highland pipes and whistles. Every episodes notes include links to the historic sheet music when available.
 
Tribal Research Specialist: The Podcast tackle real issues related to research by Tribal people and for their communities. The show is hosted by Dr. Shandin Pete (Salish/Diné) and Aaron Brien (Apsáalooke). Dr. Pete resides on the Flathead Indian Reservation in Arlee, Montana. He completed a M.S. in Geology and an Ed.D. in Curriculum and Instruction at the University of Montana. Brien resides in Arlee, MT and on the Crow Indian Reservation. He completed his M.A. in Anthropology at the Univer ...
 
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Pictures Powwow is the show in which we discuss a film that has been recommended whether it by us or you the listening people! In this episode, we covered "Dead End Drive-In" (1986) which came highly recommended from Lachlan. Bartek's recommendation for next episode is “Confessions” (2010), so make sure to check that out. If you have any feedback, …
 
Jen starts an internship at a museum. But this isn’t a typical museum... it’s built inside two old, historic mansions. By this time, the original owners of these two old homes are long gone--or are they? And a night nurse dedicated to his job loves to help people. But when spirits of former patients reach out to him, he’s not sure if he can care fo…
 
Caledonian and Hibernian Muse Audiobook and Tunes Tunes: Caledonian Muse: Posodh Peathar, Muirland Willie, He Hirpled Tille Her, Polworth Green Hibernian Muse: Carolan’s Receipt, Port Patrick, Coulin, Irish Hoboy Book Club Announcement +X+X+X+ On October, 27 at 7PM US Central time I’ll be hosting a zoom for folks to share tunes, listen and chat abo…
 
Pictures Powwow is the show in which we discuss a film that has been recommended whether it by us or you the listening people! In this episode, we covered "The Love Witch" (2016) which came highly recommended from Ryan. Listening People's recommendation for next episode is “Dead End Drive-In" (1986), so make sure to check that out. If you have any …
 
Tunes (Order…cause they are mostly the same haha): William Litten: The Highland Man, Jigg Poltage Robert Bremner: The Highlandman Kiss’d his Mother James Aird: The Highlandman Kiss’d his Mother Caledonian Muse: The Highlandman Kiss’d his Mother Donald MacPhee: The Highlandman Kiss’d his Mother David Glen: The Highlandman Kiss’d his Mother Rook Manu…
 
An Afghan man is asked the unexpected by one of the most notorious Talibs in his neighborhood. A boy is picked on at school but it isn’t the other kids he has to worry about. Glynn flies too close to the sun. And not even death can keep true friends apart. STORIES Extremist Makeover A young boy in Afghanistan was approached by one of the most notor…
 
Summary: We begin our descent into darkness for this year’s All Hallows’ Read with a tale from the Brothers Grimm: “The Three Army Surgeons.” Bwahahahaha! Please check out our Patreon page! You can help support the show for as little as a dollar a month, and get some awesome rewards at the same time. Even if … Continue reading "Special Episode – Sc…
 
Pictures Powwow is the show in which we discuss a film that has been recommended whether it by us or you the listening people! In this episode, we covered "Starry Eyes" (2014) which came highly recommended from Bartek. Ryan's recommendation for next episode is “The Love Witch” (2016), so make sure to check that out. If you have any feedback, questi…
 
Tunes: The Fureys and Bob Stewart: Tomorrow we Part, Regulation, and The Volta Steven Dockery: The Blarney Pilgrim, and Joy of My Life Thanks to Finbar Furey for the audio tracks on this episode, we included three tracks from the 1979 album Tomorrow we Part by The Fureys and Bob Stewart Tomorrow we Part, Regulation, and The Volta. Check out Finbar’…
 
August 21, 1971, was the deadliest day in San Quentin history, and it’s still a painful topic, both inside the prison and out. At the center of the story was a Black revolutionary named George Jackson. Who was he, and what makes him so controversial, even today? Snap Judgment presents, “August 21, 1971," a special spotlight on Ear Hustle from PRX’s…
 
Summary: We venture out into the wild unknown (and our own backyards) with author, Master Gardener, and landscape engineer JD Walker to look at the role of wildcrafting and using local flora in our magical practices. Please check out our Patreon page! You can help support the show for as little as a dollar a month, … Continue reading "Episode 197 –…
 
Pictures Powwow is the show in which we discuss a film that has been recommended whether it by us or you the listening people! In this episode, we covered "Desperado" (1995) which came highly recommended from The Listening People. Bartek's recommendation for next episode is “Starry Eyes” (2014), so make sure to check that out. If you have any feedb…
 
S5E26 20,000 Download Special and update Tunes…Quite a few, but mostly chat. Thanks for listening and subscribing everyone! New intro tune is Bannocks Of Barley Meal, I’m using Aird/MacFadyen’s setting: https://archive.org/stream/selectionofscotc00rugg#page/n69/mode/1up I’m getting new Jon Swayne Bagpipes, if you aren’t familiar with his work and a…
 
Pictures Powwow is the show in which we discuss a film that has been recommended whether it by us or you the listening people! In this episode, we covered "Austin Powers: International Man of Mystery " (1997) which came highly recommended from Ryan. Listening People's recommendation for next episode is “Desperado” (1995), so make sure to check that…
 
Two women set sail on a tiny boat, embarking on a journey to freedom that takes them across the globe. And a Hungarian composer dreams of changing the world… he did. STORIES From Russia With Love Two women, a tiny boat, the wide-open ocean… and kismet. Elena has written a book about their adventure, called Talking to the Moon. You can read the stor…
 
Summary: We open a handful of our listener emails from the past few months and answer questions about connecting with spirits, using salt in crossroads workings, finding Irish folklore, and even vampires! Plus we look back at the year so far, talk about our recent Patreon updates, and then do our cards and question of … Continue reading "Episode 19…
 
Pictures Powwow is the show in which we discuss a film that has been recommended whether it by us or you the listening people! In this episode, we covered "A Silent Voice" (2016) which came highly recommended from Bartek. Ryan's recommendation for next episode is “Austin Powers: International Man of Mystery” (1997), so make sure to check that out. …
 
Tunes: Johnson and Ritson and Ramsay: General Lesly’s March To Longmaston Moor Wright: Lashley’s March James Aird: Leslie’s March James Oswald: Lasly’s March O’Farrell: Highland March from Oscar and Malvina Edward Bunting: Dirty James Cannon James Goodman: Unnamed (Shitty James who Lost Ireland) J & R Glen: Leslie’s March William Ross: All the Blue…
 
It’s when the last glow of amber fades from the sky. When you can’t quite tell who approaches you on the dark path. When everyone starts to speak with lowered voices. That when you know… it’s time for Campfire Tales. This week, Spooked stories that will keep you up at night! A policeman experiences a sinister omen with deadly consequences. Crows se…
 
Pictures Powwow is the show in which we discuss a film that has been recommended whether it by us or you the listening people! In this episode, we covered "A Streetcar Named Desire" (1951) which came highly recommended from The Listening People . Bartek's recommendation for next episode is “A Silent Voice” (2016), so make sure to check that out. If…
 
ALM – as referred to in court documents – is a Navajo and Cherokee toddler. When he was a baby, a white couple from the suburbs of Dallas wanted to adopt him, but a federal law said they couldn’t. So they sued. Today, the lawsuit doesn’t just impact the future of one child, or even the future of one law. It threatens the entire legal structure defe…
 
Pictures Powwow is the show in which we discuss a film that has been recommended whether it by us or you the listening people! In this episode, we covered "My Blue Heaven" (1990) which came highly recommended from Ryan. Listening People's recommendation for next episode is “A Streetcar Named Desire” (1951), so make sure to check that out. If you ha…
 
The Brackeens aren’t the only ones suing to strike down the Indian Child Welfare Act. So are Danielle and Jason Clifford, a foster couple from Minnesota. Show Notes This Land website https://crooked.com/podcast-series/this-land/ Resources For Survivors https://crooked.com/resources-for-survivors/ Resources For Journalists & Investigators https://cr…
 
Tunes: From James Moyar: Windsor, Conditor Alme Siderum, Cheshire, Llangloffan, Bereden Vag for Herran, Detroit Alexander Campbell: In the Breach of the Garden (Mackintosh’s Lament) Kilberry Ceol Mor: Mackintosh’s Lament From Chris Gray: MacKintosh’s Lament/ Cumha Mhic an Toisich. ¬+X+X+X+ This episode wouldn’t be possible without the contributions…
 
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