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Folklore has been used for generations to share stories across cultures. Each week this season Rachael and Mindy, walk the winding path of folklore. They ask how the stories we tell influence today’s culture and how we view women. From murder ballads to fairytales, we discuss the power these stories have over us all. It won’t be just sad but maybe, just maybe, also uplifting. We are coming back to the podcast airwaves in October 2020.
 
Speculative fiction writer, long-term resident of Japan and Bram Stoker Award finalist Thersa Matsuura explores all that is weird from Japan—strange superstitions, folklore and folktales, cultural oddities, and interesting language quirks. These are little treasures she digs up while doing research for her writing.
 
Bluiríní Béaloidis is the podcast from The National Folklore Collection, University College Dublin, and is a platform to explore Irish and wider European folk tradition across an array of subject areas and topics. Host Jonny Dillon hopes this tour through the folklore furrow will appeal to those who wish to learn about the richness and depth of their traditional cultural inheritance; that a knowledge and understanding of our past might inform our present and guide our future. Podcasts are av ...
 
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 ...
 
Transmission Folklore is an urban fantasy audio drama podcast produced by the Lavender Lemonade Collective about a road trip that is technically a kidnapping, running from a murderous siren, and the intertwined intricacies of LGBTQIA+ identities and magic. Transmission Folklore is a Lavender Lemonade Collective production. You can support LGBTQ+ art by LGBTQ+ artists by donating at www.patreon.com/lavenderlem or www.ko-ki.com/lavenderlem ! Check out our website at www.transmissionfolklore.co ...
 
Every episode focuses on a different famous mythological figure. Through atmospheric story-telling we learn the condensed origins of folklore tales from all over the world, and also take a look at varying interpretations, cultural differences, and how the stories have influenced other media. Hosted by Bob Shoy. Contact at fiveminutefolklore@gmail.com
 
Ghosts and Folklore of Wales podcast with Mark Rees: Real-life ghost stories, folklore, myths and legends from haunted Wales. Join Mark Rees - "arguably Wales' leading authority on the curious and paranormal aspects of the country's history." (Western Mail) and author of book such as Ghosts of Wales, Paranormal Wales and The A-Z of Curious Wales - for a fascinating journey through the weird and wonderful history of Wales and the world. From 'most haunted' Welsh castles to fairy-filled forest ...
 
Introducing… Folklorica! A podcast about stories hosted by two people who really like hearing, reading and even telling, you guessed it, stories. We’re your hosts Clayton Steacker and Maggie Boles. We are amateur ethnographers. Gifted googlers. We travel the world (metaphorically because we don’t really have money) and bring back folk tales and legends from far and wide. Have you ever heard the story of the legless knight? Well get ready for that and more! We read, we learn, we discuss, and ...
 
This is the podcast about the history of Mexican folklorico dance and music from the Pre-Columbian era to the modern day. This will have not only descriptions and samples of the different pieces from different regions and eras, but also live interviews with the musicians and artists that have been involved with Mexican folklorico music and dance. In particular, mariachi musical groups, trios and other bands will be discussed.
 
Welcome to Folkloristic! This is a podcast meant to inform, entertain and increase wonder, as we listen to the stories and the hear from the people who connect with the myth, legend and folklore of North America. From informative interview with writers and scholars to in depth expose' on the creatures lurking in our forests (like wendingos and pukwudgies). Folkloristic should be a fun and informative listen making every week just a bit more magical.
 
Join us as we travel through the fantasy world of D&D; fighting creatures from folk tales, forging bonds and making terrible jokes along the way! Our rag tag team consists of Ghâshbúrz, the orc-raised tiefling barbarian who’s ready for anything; Delilah, the high elf warlock ex-royalty embracing her new life of adventuring; Samuel, the human cleric who comes from humble beginnings and Isteth, the wood elf ranger returning back to civilisation with their steady aim.
 
A folklorist, an ethnologist and a philosopher walk into a podcast. Welcome to a semi-academic hangout where the questions are more important than the answers. Hosted by Charlotta Rosenberg, Marianne Robertsson and Arwen Meereboer. Follow us on social media! @queerasfolklore on twitter, @queerasfolklorepodcast on instagram and subscribe via your podcatcher of choice!
 
Folk Ranch Argentine folklore music mainly refers to the integration of native expressions from different regions of the country accompanied by musical landscapes that arrived from far off territories and the very interesting contribution of regional migrations, from the country to the city, from the provinces to Buenos Aires. This myriad of landscapes, rhythms and textures entailed the occurrence of very interesting experiences of projection and fusion, without losing the local identity. Mo ...
 
We are the story tellers, the keepers of those ancient wisdoms that are shared through inspiration and meditation in those most sacred of places. Britain has always been considered a magical place, steeped in history and mythology that goes back to before written records were kept. This country has always been known for its link to those other domains that are shrouded in mist and sorcery, never easily found but always felt and known about. The Isle of Wight is the home of the ancient gods, ...
 
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Witch trials came to an end after 1711. But in the decades that followed, hushed into small, catholic communities in the Irish countryside, fear of the supernatural was growing. And 1895 brought the most infamous execution of a suspected fairy ever to take place – the burning of Bridget Cleary in County Tipperary . . . READ THE PODCAST SCRIPTSOURCE…
 
This episode is sponsored by Audible. Audible is the leading provider of spoken-word entertainment and audiobooks, and they have over 100,000 titles available for download! Visit audibletrial.com/TheSkaldsCircle to begin your trial and download your free audiobook today! It's time to relax, grab a drink, pull up a chair by the hearth, and listen to…
 
Halloween Folklore and Traditions of Wales: How to celebrate Nos Calan Gaeaf, the Welsh Halloween Join cultural adventurer Mark Rees (author of Ghosts of Wales/ Paranormal Wales etc.) on this journey in search of the curious, dark, and at times macabre history and folklore of Nos Calan Gaeaf, the Welsh Halloween. One of three spirit nights, it was …
 
Bestselling author Joanne Harris joins Mark Norman, the creator of The Folklore Podcast in a discussion of the importance of folklore, storytelling and her brand new book Orfeia - the third in a series of folklore-rich novellas constructed as reworkings of some of the Child Ballads. At the end of the episode, as a bonus feature, Joanne herself read…
 
This episode is sponsored by Audible. Audible is the leading provider of spoken-word entertainment and audiobooks, and they have over 100,000 titles available for download! Visit audibletrial.com/TheSkaldsCircle to begin your trial and download your free audiobook today! It's time to relax, grab a drink, pull up a chair by the hearth, and listen to…
 
This week Gayatri Patel of CARE.org joins us for a Nepalese story called Don Cholecha. The story involves a goat, a little girl and of course an elderly couple that happen to be demons. Don Cholecha is a story about a girl that never gives up, and eats food vomited by a goat. Something we can all (mostly) relate to. The non profit pairing this week…
 
This week on WTFolklore we have a bite-sized Spooklore for you all, as we read The Sleeping Prince from Suriname. We'll be back next week with a double-stuf explosion of Spooklore! Suggested talking points: Big Ol' Horse Brawl, Mystery Spook Flavors, Spiders ready for War, The Whimbus did Speak, The Bone Age If you'd like to support Carman's artist…
 
Con un saludo a todos aquellos que quedaron varados en otros países, Anabella Zoch abrió el programa deseando que todos puedan volver a sus casas con sus familias. Luego continuó con el evento llamado “Homenaje de la música popular, a quienes día a día, trabajan para que los alimentos lleguen a nuestras mesas”, organizado por el IICA (Instituto Int…
 
The story of the last and largest witch trial ever to take place in Ireland. Read the Podcast Script Sources and Further Reading Possessed by the Devil: The Real History of the Islandmagee Witch Trial, by Andrew Sneddon Witchcraft and Magic in Ireland, by Andrew Sneddon Account of the Trial of Eight Reputed Witches by William Tisdall Satan’s Invisi…
 
Halloween in Wales: The secret history of Nos Calan Gaeaf In Wales, October 31 is a magical night when ghosts, fairies, and all manner of supernatural creatures may be encountered. On this special Halloween podcast episode, join Mark Rees ( author of Ghosts of Wales/ Paranormal Wales etc.) as he goes in search of the secret origins of Nos Calan Gae…
 
Yuurei are Japanese ghosts and they come in quite a few varieties, from the protecting shugorei to the vengeful and very dangerous onryou. Kahada Koheiji is an example of a male onryou. You can also find me on: Twitter: https://twitter.com/UncannyJapan Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/uncannyjapan/ Patreon: https://www.patreon.com/thersamatsuura …
 
This week our guest, model and creative Ushshi Rahman (@ushishi), helps us discuss the Queen of Sheba. A story about a woman who asked a lot of questions, and potentially showed her true self on a glass floor. Our main question, how does one walk on a glass floor? (sounds dangerous)... The non profit pairing this week is United Nations Human Rights…
 
This episode is sponsored by Audible. Audible is the leading provider of spoken-word entertainment and audiobooks, and they have over 100,000 titles available for download! Visit audibletrial.com/TheSkaldsCircle to begin your trial and download your free audiobook today! It's time to relax, grab a drink, pull up a chair by the hearth, and listen to…
 
A look at European changeling myths including what changelings are, the folklore surrounding them and the historic cases behind the tales. This episode includes a story by the brilliant DD Storyteller. Go to ww.ddstoryteller.co.uk for more of her work. For more history and folklore facts and stories, please follow me on: Instagram: www.instagram.co…
 
The Good China train continues this week as we hear the thrilling conclusion to Sun Wukong's ordeal with Zhu Bajie! Suggested talking points: Magnificent Midnight Battle at the Mountainside, Prose or GTFO, Garden Variety Ghost Guide, M'Monkey, Need for Deed, Eyeball Daddy, We All Return to Pig If you'd like to support Carman's artistic endeavors, v…
 
Michael Slouber's new book A Garland of Forgotten Goddesses: Tales of the Feminine Divine from India and Beyond (University of California Press, 2020) surveys the diversity of India's feminine divine tradition by bringing together a fresh array of captivating and largely overlooked Hindu goddess narratives from different regions. As the first such …
 
You've probably heard about the banshee, announcing deaths with her keening cry. But what of the 'washerwoman of the ford', the Bean Nighe? She haunts rivers and pools in Scotland and Ireland. But who is she and why is she an omen of death? Find out in this week's episode of Fabulous Folklore. See the images or get the blog post transcript here: [h…
 
This episode we kick off the podcast taking a look at Africa, where a chicken literally scratches the earth into existence. And for our fact, we’re taking a quick dive into an ancient Nigerian storytelling ceremony called “Tales by Moonlight.” While you get tuned in, we about to get turnt up (Looking for a high five on that one!) here... on the Col…
 
"Colored Folklore." Where does that name came from? Last time we answered a little bit of the colored part, today let’s tackle some more. On the second of two bonus, zero point, episodes we run through a whole list of examples on how the folk got into the lore. Here in our show notes we got them receipts so that you don't have to just take our word…
 
"Colored Folklore." Where does that name came from? What’s "Colored" got to do with any of it? On the first of two bonus, zero point, episodes we hope to... #clearingthroat we attempt to... #deepsigh WE ARE GOING TO (sorry had to psych ourselves up there) answer those questions, yet pose so many more! Thank you for walking alongside us, here... on …
 
Anabella Zoch abrió el programa dedicándole una canción a todos aquellos que tienen que salir de sus casas, y para los que se la juegan por el otro en el día a día. Homenajeándolos por los esfuerzos llevados a cabo en está nueva realidad. Ella, desde sus pulmones, les cantó en agradecimiento y con el deseo de mantenerse fuertes y unidos como socied…
 
In 1661, rumours swept the town of Youghal about the deadly kiss of a woman named Florence Newton, a kiss that could bring terrible pain, claim lives, and that marked her out for what she truly was – a witch. Read the Podcast Script Sources and Further Reading Irish Witchcraft and Demonology, by St. John D. Seymour ‘Florence Newton’s trial for witc…
 
We talk to the Welsh Children's Laureate Eloise Williams and children's authors P.G. Bell and Matt Brown about a really important new project to bring out the first ever dual Welsh/English language reworking of 'The Mabinogion' aimed specifically at children. The project, being realised through Unbound, will involve 11 of the best Welsh children's …
 
This episode is sponsored by Audible. Audible is the leading provider of spoken-word entertainment and audiobooks, and they have over 100,000 titles available for download! Visit audibletrial.com/TheSkaldsCircle to begin your trial and download your free audiobook today! It's time to relax, grab a drink, pull up a chair by the hearth, and listen to…
 
Seals have been an integral part of coastal life in Ireland for generations, and as such there exists a large body of tradition, belief and narrative regarding them. They were described in tradition as being enchanted people, wise women, fallen angels and drowned (or indeed reincarnated) fishermen, and encounters with them often relate how they wou…
 
The Welsh jack-o’-lantern is far more terrifying than some carved pumpkin. While the image of a grinning orange vegetable might be a modern-day staple of Halloween, in Wales it was traditionally carved from a swede and was known as Jack y Lantern. This "dreaded ghost" was thought to be a diabolical form of corpse candle that would lure lonely trave…
 
This episode is sponsored by Audible. Audible is the leading provider of spoken-word entertainment and audiobooks, and they have over 100,000 titles available for download! Visit audibletrial.com/TheSkaldsCircle to begin your trial and download your free audiobook today! It's time to relax, grab a drink, pull up a chair by the hearth, and listen to…
 
In celebration of "Indigenous Peoples' Day" we talk to Nicholet of Redstreak Girl about the problematic and her personally complex relationship with Pocahontas. Take a listen as we discuss one of the most famous versions of the story, Disney’s Pocahontas. The non profit pairing this week is National Indigenous Women's Resource Center (niwrc.org). W…
 
Not all mythological creatures are as popular as the unicorn or dragon. Some of the more strange hybrid mythical beasts, like the manticore, Chimera, and cockatrice, have faded from art and literature. But why? Find out in this episode of Fabulous Folklore. See the images or get the blog post transcript here: [https://www.icysedgwick.com/hybrid-myt…
 
The 'season of mists and mellow fruitfulness' is upon us again! It's a time of harvest, and watching the natural world prepare for sleep. In days gone by, autumn was also a time to prepare for the harsh reality of winter! There's no wonder it has a range of superstitions predicting what the weather might be like, or how good your crops might be. An…
 
Welcome to the podcast! Here, we do folktales. Here, we do colored people. Here, we... er--wait a minute... let me start over: “Colored Folklore” is a podcast that looks at folk tales that have gotten relatively little mainstream attention. Every other Monday, we’ll take a story from a different indigenous culture from all the globe, and give it a …
 
Anabella Zoch nos presenta en la primera parte del programa un repertorio de apasionantes voces femeninas. Dando comienzo con la cumbia colombiana de Totó La Momposina, seguido por Mercedes Sosa, Violeta Rivas y Tita Merello. Recorriendo distintos estilos y géneros musicales. En el segundo bloque, animó con la ráfaga ibérica de Marifé de Triana, el…
 
(Re-released episode from Season 1) In 1324, Dame Alice Kyteler of Kilkenny became the first woman tried for witchcraft in Ireland. But things did not go according to plan… SOURCES AND FURTHER READING The Sorcery Trial of Alice Kyteler: A Contemporary Account, translated and edited by L. S. Davidson and John O. Ward The History and Antiquities of t…
 
**This episode of Transmission Folklore has content warnings for the following-- family arguing, discussion of family separation, implied medical and familial transphobia, ableism towards an autistic person, and discussion of emotional abuse.** What do you do when the house you grew up in isn't home anymore? Carter sees his sister and gets some, bu…
 
The Newton MessagePad soap opera from product launch to cancellation, and all that could have been. Check out “Love Notes to Newton” for even more history, interviews, and a great soundtrack. The director, Noah Leon, was interviewed on embedded.fm #262 and the RetroMacCast #440. Steve Jobs quotes: WWDC 1997, EDUCAUSE 1998, Borg-like compliance and …
 
The History of Halloween: Join Mark Rees (author of Ghosts of Wales/ Paranormal Wales etc.) for a whirlwind tour through the history of All Hallows' Eve. From ancient Celtic festivals to modern-day America, this concise journey through the dark past of the spookiest day of the year takes a look at such questions as: Where did Halloween originate? W…
 
An oiran is not a geisha. Although at first glance they may look alike, one is a more reserved entertainer who is still in existence today. The other is a high courtesan, long disappeared, who wore flamboyant brightly-colored kimono and walked on 20 centimeter high geta. You can also find me on: Twitter: https://twitter.com/UncannyJapan Facebook: h…
 
Creator and host of The Folklore Podcast, Mark Norman, is joined by Carnegie shortlisted children's author Zana Fraillon, whose latest book 'The Lost Soul Atlas' deals with the folkloric trope of a passage through the afterlife. Zana also discusses her love of folklore generally and some of the Australian influences from her own culture in her writ…
 
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