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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. Also check out her Soothing Stories Podcast! Show notes and transcripts are available for most episodes at uncannyjapan.com
 
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 ...
 
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.
 
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 ...
 
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 ...
 
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 ...
 
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.
 
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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This month's podcast episode takes us to Cambridgeshire, to meet the famous folk-hero Tom Hickathrift, who lived in the marshland of Ely and took on a giant! Then we take a relaxing boat trip down the River Cam to learn more about Cambridge University, its long history, fascinating urban legends and chilling ghost stories. There’s more folktales, m…
 
This episode we’re supposed to be heading to South America, however… we ended up a little bit north of our mark. I’ll explain more later but to not take any more away from today’s topic we’ll be doing our first diety deep dive where we explore the existence of the Aztec Prince of Flowers. And for our fact, we’re taking a look at the fathers of Colu…
 
Let me tell you why your toddler might cry at night and throw tantrums and what you can do to remedy. It could be a mythical parasite that lives in their spine. Any you might them, too. Show Notes and Transcript Available Visit the Uncanny Japan website to read the show notes and transcript. Credits Intro and outro music by Julyan Ray Matsuura…
 
We take a deep dive into the world of urban legends, internet memes and more to try and make a case to legitimise the world of Digital Folklore. Does all folklore have to be old? What is digital folklore anyway? We explore the subject with assistant professor of folklore at Utah State University, and co-founder of the Digital Folklore Project, Dr L…
 
St David's Day Special: How to fight evil spirits and other uses for the leek, Wales' national vegetable St David's Day is celebrated in Wales and around the world on March 1, but why do people wear a leek to commemorate Wales' patron saint? Welsh folklore tells us that the leek has many important historical uses, from winning wars to fighting off …
 
Bertha Heyman was one of the best con artists in the US. The Cardi B of the 1800's, Bertha criss crossed all over the country, conning "upstanding gentlemen" out of their money. She lived for the hustle, and macaroni in a pot. Thanks for listening, check out the Patreon for more content!
 
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 on What the Folklore? we conclude The Fairy of Dawn, and shocking no one, find ourselves much more enamored by the cadre of horses than literally any other character. Oh, and a new cult dropped. Suggested talking points: The Justice Binary, The Goddess of Wednesday, Land Sirens, How Windy Are These Dogs?, When the Dayball Sleeps, Yelling …
 
Folklorist Robert L. Stone presents a rare collection of high-quality documentary photos of the sacred steel guitar musical tradition and the community that supports it. The introductory text and extended photo captions in Can’t Nobody Do Me Like Jesus! Photographs from the Sacred Steel Community (University of Mississippi Press, 2020) offer the re…
 
In which we discover that you can’t have a mortar without a pestle especially if it’s gold, that kings make mistakes, the importance of clever queens and that even a capon can be symbolic. This is the glorious story of how a clever peasant girl attracts a prince, loses a prince, gains a king, loses a king and then outwits him. It's an Italian folk …
 
David Pogue reviews the PowerBook Duo 210/230 and the companion Duo Dock. NuBus and SCSI weren’t hot pluggable, meaning you had to shut down the machine every time you docked or undocked! Original text from Macworld Magazine, March 1993. PowerBook Duo Dock sounds courtesy of the RetroMacCast on YouTube (insert, eject).…
 
**Please note that this week’s episode of Transmission Folklore has content warnings for the following: death, mentions of untreated depression, and mentions of abuse by a parent.** All things must come to an end, but it is best when lives don't. Carter and Sorrel finally see an end to their never-ending road trip. Check out our website https://www…
 
We all know trolls from Frozen, the Lord of the Rings and those strange troll dolls we had as kids, but what were the original trolls like? What do they look like? What do they do? And would you ever want to meet one? Find out by discovering the history and folklore of trolls. Sources 'Beast and Man: Realism and the Occult in Egils Saga' by Armann …
 
The Irish Folklore Commission (established in 1935) tasked itself with the documentation of the unwritten customs, beliefs and narratives of the Irish people; those ‘disiecta membra’ (as James Hamilton Delargy described them) of a rich heritage which it was feared was in danger of dying out and disappearing forever unless swift action was taken to …
 
Episode 4 of the Folklore Podcast Book Club, originally made as a video for the podcast YouTube channel. Folklore Podcast creator Mark Norman speaks to author Roger Clarke about his classic book 'A Natural History of Ghosts'. Watch the original interview on our YouTube channel at www.youtube.com/FolklorePodcast Support the preservation of folklore …
 
Maria tells Kash and Lauri the story of Elena and the murder of her husband Boris. Did she have something to do with it? Yes. Find out how!Resident Guest: Kash Abdulmalik @hashtagkashtagHost: Maria Felix @mariafelix.laHost: Lauri Roggenkamp @lauriuliar@BloodyPodcast on all social media.www.patreon.com/bloodypodcastPLEASE SUBSCRIBE, RATE & REVIEW!…
 
Vampires of the Valley and Other Strange Creatures There are strange creatures lurking in the Vale of Neath. There are vampires, witches, dog demons and the devil, not to mention the poison fish and the magical frog. Join Mark Rees (author of Ghosts of Wales) as he goes in search of the weird and wonderful entities that inhabit Wales' "waterfall co…
 
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, the three intrepid heroes of What The Folklore achieve their destiny, which for some reason was to hear the Romanian tale The Fairy of Dawn. Beggars can't be choosers, I suppose. Suggested talking points: Live Weather Requests, A One Alarm Lifestyle, Dragon Fingers, Quantifiable Horse Beauty, The Bottom of God's Lego Box, There's a Horse…
 
Everyone is familiar with the Three Wise Monkeys or as they're called in Japan Sanzaru (Three Monkeys). But did you know the See No Evil, Hear No Evil, Say No Evil creatures are actually a Japanese play on words? They're also an important part of an old folk belief that has to do with three worms escaping your body and a large deity with six arms a…
 
This episode we’re back to Africa where we’re starting a whole new tour of the world, this time - with a brand-new theme. Last go ‘round we brought you creation myths. This time, we’re taking a look at LGBTQiA fairy tales and mythological beings. First up, the Shona people of Zimbabwe. And for our fact… well, actually… we’re changing this one up a …
 
Pesky Poltergeists in Wild Wales Join Mark Rees (author of Ghosts of Wales) for some eerie tales of "evil spirits" - what we might call poltergeists nowadays - from Wales' oldest collection of "real-life" ghost stories. Dating from as far back as the seventeenth century, while these "most haunted" tales might be old, they are just as terrifying - i…
 
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…
 
Elaine was a con artist, a murderer, and so much more! Actually no, that's pretty much it. Lauri can't sympathize with people who need money fast, and Maria once again ruminates over how she didn't get to go to NOLA. Thanks for listening! Resident Guest: Kash Abdulmalik @hashtagkashtag Host: Maria Felix @mariafelix.la Host: Lauri Roggenkamp @lauriu…
 
This week on What the Folklore, we head on over to Lapland to hear the story of The Elf Maiden, which is not so much a story as it is a series of refusals to the call of adventure. It really makes you think about society, don't it? Suggested talking points: The Arkansas Community College Fightin' Balanced Breakfasts, Cinnamon Toast Slurp, Grand The…
 
Creator and host of The Folklore Podcast Mark Norman is joined by highly regarded musician Einar Selvik, founder of the band Wardruna, to discuss Old Norse music - how it was created and what it meant to the people who played and listened. Einar is one of the world's leading experts in this field and his work is regularly accessed by scholars the w…
 
Ghosts, Devils and Death Omens; or, A Wild Night by the Romantic Lakes In this long-lost ghost story from the archives, Mark Rees (author of Ghosts of Wales) explores a real-life account of an apparition which haunted the sublime lakes and mountains of Wales. It was one moonlit night that a Victorian painter, who was in Wales to capture the romanti…
 
Due to technical issues we are unable to release a new episode for a couple of days. We apologize for the inconvenience so in lieu of a regular episode please enjoy this Patreon Exclusive Episode that we released to our Patreon supporters in October. Resident Guest: Kash Abdulmalik IG: @hashtagkashtag Host: Maria Felix IG: @mariafelix.la Host: Laur…
 
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 on Wtfolklore, we take another trip to Japan to hear about The Girl with the Wooden Helmet. There's also a very loud, pesky cat that keeps interrupting the audio, it's so weird. Anyway, hope you enjoy Suggested talking points: For the Love of the Crime, Glue Helmet vs. Pig Helmet, Wet Ass Sea Shanties, Pull the Sick out of my Wife, The An…
 
In which we discover that fairies have some scary punishments, kings can have strange priorities and that you can be queen and still make excellent cream cheese. We also explore the world's smallest kingdom, find out what happens when fairies go bad and why you should always reward any household helpers even if you don't know who they are. The stor…
 
In this Norfolk-based episode, we will be joining the famous 'Pedlar of Swaffham' who travelled from Norfolk to London on the whim of a dream, to seek his fortune over in the city. Then we’ll be heading to the coast to meet a mournful mermaid in search of a soul, whose figure is now immortalised in a church in Upper Sheringham. There’s more folktal…
 
This episode we’re off to the cradle of civilization to show you that getting in too much sleep is WAY WORSE than you ever thought it could be. And for our fact, we get to dive into an ancient Arabic technique that more than just a few of you are going to recognize. However, you might not have known that this storytelling style is getting some mode…
 
A Muramasa blade is one of exceptional quality and great bloodlust. It's called a youtou (妖刀) in Japanese. Depending on how you translate that, it could mean cursed sword, mystic sword, or demon sword. In this episode I talk about one of the most well known youtou made by Muramasa Sengo. Show Notes and Transcript Available Visit the Uncanny Japan w…
 
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…
 
The signs of the Zodiac each have their own origin myths. In this week's episode of Fabulous Folklore, let's look at the legends behind the water signs: Cancer, Scorpio, and Pisces! Find the image on the blog posts: [https://www.icysedgwick.com/zodiac-water-signs/](https://www.icysedgwick.com/zodiac-water-signs/) Get your free guide to protecting y…
 
Audio only version of the original You Tube interview for episode 3 of the Folklore Podcast Book Club. Podcast host Mark Norman discusses the book 'Medieval Folk Tales for Children', published by The History Press, with the author Dave Tonge. Dave also performs one of the tales from the book. To support The Folklore Podcast and keep us producing re…
 
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