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Looking for a podcast on Japan's mysterious culture? Try listening to Thersa Matsuura's Uncanny Japan Podcast and experience all that is weird about Japan—strange superstitions, folktales, cultural oddities, and interesting language quirks—and not found anywhere else! Show notes and transcripts available at uncannyjapan.com
 
The Folklorist dives into the world of folklore, telling stories from all reaches of the globe. Created by Alannagh Cooke, each episode unearths a different folktale from history. From the darkness of the forests to the depths of the oceans, join me for the stories that never grow old.
 
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 ...
 
Host Carman Carrion explores myriad myths both modern and ancient to discover what mankind fears - and why we fear it. From monsters old and new as well as unexplained and unsolved cases, this podcast is sure to terrify. Where does our folklore come from, and why is it so freaky?
 
A podcast about women in true crime and folklore. We cover all the HBIC's throughout the world's history. From murderers to women torturers, witches, thieves, con women, goddesses, the wrongfully convicted, mythological creatures, legendary heroines, infamous madames, and every type of black magic woman in between-- Bloody Podcast has it all, with a dose of comedic relief from hosts Maria Felix, Lauri Roggenkamp, and comedic guests including Kash Abdulmalik and many more.
 
A storytelling podcast featuring stories with recipes and food history connected to each episode's story. Is the food in fairytales and folklore really symbolic or does it just make the tale relatable? Food and stories have their own rituals and feed different parts of us. If you had to choose between the two, could you? How is the history of food tied into stories? Will this podcast answer these questions or will there just be a great story and a highly tenuous link to a delicious recipe? Y ...
 
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 ...
 
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. Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/femlore-podcast/support
 
Each week we broadcast a topic of Nature Folklore, including the sidhe realm, tree folklore, water folklore, weather folklore, dream vision writing, poetry, storytelling, and the legacy of harper bards, This is the audio of the Live Video. Much editions broadcasted from the centre of our Tree Labyrinth at Carrowcrory in Co. Sligo, Ireland
 
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 ...
 
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.
 
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 See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
 
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 ...
 
I've been finding old stories and re-telling them as podcast episodes since 2015. They used to be all over the place, now they're all here (or will be, as I find time to add them). My goal has always been, simply, to catalogue these stories so that they don't get lost. I don't always get the pronunciations right, and the quality of the audio will vary as my skills as an audio engineer varied over the 6-years I've been collecting and retelling these stories. In total there are over 200. Keep ...
 
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, ...
 
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.
 
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How do you build a bridge that stands up to storms and floods? Well, you have to appease the nature gods, of course. But how do you do that? Human sacrifice seemed to have worked in the past. Today I'll talk about hitobashira or human pillars. An ancient tradition of insuring strong river banks, fireproof castles, and tunnels that won't collapse.…
 
We begin to dive into the timeline of the American royal line known as The Kennedy Family. Going all the way back JFK's grandfather in the 1800's, part one goes into detail about the women of the dynasty. We start by talking about Rose Kennedy, and two of her daughters, Kathleen and Rosemary, along with what the men were up to along the way. Thanks…
 
What supernatural creatures were scaring the miners of Wales deep underground? For centuries, those working hard in the dark have reported strange sights and sounds lurking in the mines. From the deadly stare of the basilisk to evil spirits and fire demons, this was not a place for the faint of heart. And yet the coblynau - the mine fairies of Wale…
 
It's time to relax, grab a drink, pull up a chair by the hearth, and listen to Sir Gamer Vans from English Folklore, as told by Mynogan. As always, our stories are available to listen to for free! We release our shorter tales on Wednesdays, and we release our longer, chapter-length stories on Saturdays. If you enjoyed this story, and want to earn g…
 
This week on WTFolklore, we learn why the Mullberry Worm (more commonly Silkworm) kinda sorta looks like it has an ugly horse's head if you squint at it long enough, courtesy of the Chinese tale The Horse-Headed Daughter. Suggested talking points: Space Jam III- Time Jam, Extended Tylore, The Fatalism-to-Podcaster Pipeline, Show Me the Horsefax!, T…
 
Why is a disembodied hand haunting a secluded mansion on the wind-swept coast of Wales? Staff working at the house have long reported seeing the severed hand in one of the bedrooms, as well as other spirits besides, but what does it all mean - and does it have anything to do with the smugglers caves nearby? Join author Mark Rees (Ghosts of Wales) f…
 
It's time to relax, grab a drink, pull up a chair by the hearth, and listen to The Moon Daughter's Magic from Sámi Folklore, as told by Casimir. As always, our stories are available to listen to for free! We release our shorter tales on Wednesdays, and we release our longer, chapter-length stories on Saturdays. If you enjoyed this story, and want t…
 
We celebrate the 100th episode of The Folklore Podcast with special guest Mary-Ann Ochota who joins us to discuss the theme of folklore in the landscape. We cover archaeology, anthropology, the importance of communal spaces and much more. Please visit our website at www.thefolklorepodcast.com where you will find a variety of ways to support all of …
 
Back to our regularly scheduled business this week on WTFolklore: spending the first 15-20 minutes talking about pop-culture zeitgeists instead of what we should be doing. Then we move on to ACTUALLY telling the story of Ilya and Nightingale the Robber, from Russia Suggested talking points: The Slamjam Weaver, Trees Can And Should Kill People, Bird…
 
A slightly different episode with a story and interview about A Gothic Cookbook instead of our normal format. Pintosmalto is the story of a strong -minded, brave and resourceful woman, her sweetheart (literally) and his abduction by a distant queen. Our heroine triumphs due to her cleverness, the generosity of a wise-woman and her beloved's instinc…
 
Colored Folklore, Volume 3: Sun Mythology Episode 19: Indigenous Australians - Oceanic Cultures Story Bila Bila, Sun Goddess Sun Goddesses Australian Pantheon Gnowee Myths and Folklore Goddess Gnowee Solar Goddess Credits Sound (via Envato Elements): Outback Thunder, by JBlanks Australian Outback, by Purpleplanet Music (via Music Vine): Mr. Mischie…
 
In this episode we will be looking at the history, folklore and mythology surrounding spinning and weaving. Hear about Valkyries weaving bloody tapestries, how the sun is linked to spinning , why it is advisable to rest sometimes and what terrible things may befall you if you don't. Sources: Christopher Dyer, 'Making a Living in the Middle Ages: Th…
 
Steven Levy on why Macintosh developers aren’t scared of Claris, the software company backed by Apple Computer. Original text from Macworld Magazine, June 1992. ClarisWorks and other seemingly Macintosh-only products did indeed ship on Windows. Claris’ first product on Windows: Hollywood. Press coverage. A big thank you to Blake Patterson of The By…
 
Deborah Rudibaugh and her daughter Stephanie conspired to kill Deborah's only son and Steph's brother, Jake Millison, all over a ranch they couldn't maintain in Gunnison, Colorado. Although we'll never know the family dynamics between them, it was clear in Deborah's behavior that she never regarded her son with much love or appreciation. PS- We lef…
 
It waits in the water, and when it sees its chosen prey, it will drag you into the water to feast. Beware the rivers, swamps and lakes - Something within might be watching. Thumbnail Illustration by the talented Marina Krivenko! https://www.artstation.com/13besar https://www.facebook.com/13besar https://www.instagram.com/13besarart Subscribe on Spo…
 
BeanSprout Against the World, the newest production from Lavender Lemonade Collective, is an LGBTQ+ family oriented podcast that follows two sisters navigating their parents divorce. Often times, LGBTQ+ kids and their families aren't allowed to see themselves reflected in media, especially if they're neurodivergent-- we think those stories deserve …
 
The Tofu Kozo is a seemingly innocent little yokai who appears on rainy days offering a plate of tofu to unsuspecting people. What could possibly go wrong? Support us on Patron: https://www.patreon.com/thersamatsuura Buy Me a Coffee (one-time contribution): buymeacoffee.com/uncannyjapanThersa Matsuura
 
Multiple reports of paranormal activity in a Welsh parish lead to the residents calling in the ghost hunters and exorcists. From a spectral nun to an oyster-eating monk, the activity - including bangs in the dead of night and a ghost circling the bed - continue to mount, and lead to some "gruesome" and "macabre" discoveries. But what does it all ha…
 
It's time to relax, grab a drink, pull up a chair by the hearth, and listen to The Shroud from Russian Folklore, as told by Casimir. As always, our stories are available to listen to for free! We release our shorter tales on Wednesdays, and we release our longer, chapter-length stories on Saturdays. If you enjoyed this story, and want to earn great…
 
Guest book reviewer Hilary Wilson speaks with Thomas Honegger, the author of the book 'Introducing the Medieval Dragon', published by University of Wales Press. The book explores the characteristics of the medieval dragon and discusses the sometimes differing views found in the relevant medieval text-types. The book is available from the publisher …
 
This week, on an unremarkable episode of WTFolklore, we read The Ram by French baroness, Madame d'Aulnoy. Wait...this sounds awfully familiar... Suggested talking points: Six Point Ish Years, Brain TV, Sexy Sad-Off, Crown Town or Treasure (Nobody Rides for Free), The Chip of the Century, Two Days From Sheep Retirement If you'd like to support Carma…
 
Until now, the herbal traditions of the Ashkenazi people have remained unexplored and shrouded in mystery. Ashkenazi Herbalism: Rediscovering the Herbal Traditions of Eastern European Jews (North Atlantic Books, 2021) rediscovers the forgotten legacy of the Jewish medicinal plant healers who thrived in Eastern Europe’s Pale of Settlement, from thei…
 
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…
 
Can you really solve a mystery by digging up skulls in a graveyard? That seemed to be the case when notorious Welsh wizard Robin Ddu (Black Robin) was hired to solve a riddle using his psychic powers. But appearances and reputations can be deceiving, and not all is as it seems with this master of witchcraft. To find out all the secrets, join author…
 
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…
 
Have you ever just...started talking and minutes to hours later realized you've gone completely off the goddamn rails and everyone is looking at you with a horrified expression? No? Well, We think this may be what happened the first time The Children of the Vultures was told in India. Thankfully, WTFolklore is here to apply a, shall we say, modern-…
 
Children’s folklore is simultaneously a conservator of tradition and a site for creativity and innovation. For over five decades, Dr. Jeanne Pitre Soileau documented and collected the jokes, chants, rhymes, and games that that she observed on school playgrounds throughout her career as a public school teacher in southern Louisiana. From the early d…
 
In which we discover golden apples are never in convenient places, it takes persistence to overcome the odds and that turning up with a large army is a very effective rescue strategy. We also find yet again that brothers can be jealous, that kindness & courtesy never go amiss and that chopping things with swords can have surprising results. The epi…
 
Colored Folklore, Volume 3: Sun Mythology Episode 18: Sámi People – The Arctic Circle Story Beaivvi The Sun Goddess of the Sápmi Beaivi Beiwe Brings the Sun Remembering the Deer Mother Goddesses of the Saami Goddess Beiwe Northern Sun Goddesses The Reindeer Goddess Beaivi Festival of The Sámi People Credits Sound (via Envato Elements): Scandinavian…
 
Charlotte Sophia Burne was a pioneering British Folklorist who was not only the first female president of The Folklore Society, but also undoubtedly the first female president of any learned society in the country. She was instrumental in the production of the second edition of 'The Handbook of Folklore' and her work on folklore in the county of Sh…
 
In Sasebo, Japan in June of 2004, 12-year-old Satomi Mitarai was murdered by her 11-year-old classmate, referred to in the media as "Girl A" to protect her identity. We're excited to begin the re-release of our first ever Patreon episode to our entire audience! It was so long ago (about a year) that Kash is still in the background instead of on a m…
 
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…
 
Our virtual tour returns to Wales for a look at two different folktales featuring the Tylwyth Teg, or Welsh Faerie Folk. The first Welsh tale of the day is the story of the young man from Llyn y Dywarchen, who fell in love with a beautiful faerie woman - and the second is the story of a magical faerie harp, infused with the power to enchant all tho…
 
Do werewolves really roam the wilds of Wales? That certainly seemed to be the case for one Oxford professor who encountered a strange creature while on a fishing trip in the Welsh mountains. Far from an idyllic holiday, it soon began to resemble a horror film when a dog-like creature with hellish red eyes laid siege to the cottage one night. The pr…
 
Let’s say you have a plague of insects, like millions of cicada awakening after a years-long slumber. Or worse, bugs that would rather devour your crops. And let’s say this is happening 200 years ago so you don’t have your pesticides or DDT to wipe them out. What do you do? Why you have an absolutely delightful festival, with dances, and Buddhist o…
 
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