BritCaster.com - aggregated UK podcast feed BritCaster.com brings the entire UK podcasting spectrum into a single location, enabling you to samle the best of UK audio and video podcasts in one place. http://britcaster.com en 20 January 2018, 4:40 BCAggregator The No1 in aggregated podcast feeds BritCaster provides the only place where you can find a comprehensive and constantly refreshed feed containing the latest podcast programmes to be released from within the UK. BritCaster.com Podcast Image britcaster,UK,British,English,Scottish, Welsh,Irish,Ireland,England,Wales,Scotland,podcast,feed,sport,entertainment,news,talk,music info@britcaster.com BritCaster Admin CHRISTMAS SPECIAL PART 2 - DIE HARD (A NON-DIRECTORS COMMENTARY) Welcome back. We continue our one-off Christmas special with a commentary of Die Hard, while discussing the biggest news and pop-culture stories of 2017. Tim gets very drunk. Happy new year. Do a good one.

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1 Jan 2018 @ 12:00 pm +0000 http://www.acast.com/excitableboy Excitable Boy Podcast Welcome back. We continue our one-off Christmas special with a commentary of Die Hard, while discussing the biggest news and pop-culture stories of 2017. Tim gets very drunk. Happy new year. Do a good one.The Kenneths are on tour with DEAD! in Jan/Feb 2018:LeedsManchesterGlasgowBirminghamLondonGuildfordBedfordCambridgeBrightonNottinghamSheffieldHullNewcastleEdinburghStoke-on-TrentSaafamptonOxfordCardiffBristoland PlymouthTickets - thekenneths.com Excitable Boy Podcast http://www.acast.com/excitableboy
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21 Dec 2017 @ 08:36 am +0000 http://directorsnotes.com Directors Notes Dustin Guy Defa shares why we had to wait 6 years for his second feature and how short films paved the way for his ensemble New York story. Directors Notes http://directorsnotes.com
NicholsonCast 062 - Nov 2017 - Nicholson Pres. 'F**k The Haters'
Welcome in our first NicholsonCast in 2 months due to the release of my Beatport No 1 album 'ART' late September, a massive thank you to all that bought it. x Apologies for the wait, but we are back in full flow, expect your normal kind of mind blowing trance laden scores that you associate with the 'NicholsonCast' with new music from Armin Van Buuren, Arctic Moon, Garry Noon and many more, plus 4 exclusives from my good self, so strap in, and dance like no one is looking & 'F**k the Haters......' x 1. Armin Van Buuren - Be In The Moment/ASOT 850 Anthem 2. Sean Tyas - Swimming in Acid/Symbolic Remix 3. Elles De Graaf - Mind Of The Wonderful 2018/Sunset Remix 4. Soren Andrews - Endless Horizon 5. ID - ID (Exclusive) 6. Arctic Moon & Purple Stories - Shadow Particles 7. Mike Van Fabio & Alex Reeve - Skyliner/Mike Sanders Remix 8. Garry Noon - SlobberKnocker 9. R.E.L.O.A.D - Macumba/Nicholson Remix (Exclusive) 10. Lostly - One Last Look 11. ID - ID (Exclusive) 12. ID - ID (Exclusive)

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27 Nov 2017 @ 02:25 am +0000 http://nicholsoncast.podomatic.com NicholsonCast - Trance For The Harder Generation Welcome in our first NicholsonCast in 2 months due to the release of my Beatport No 1 album \'ART\' late September, a massive thank you to all that bought it. x Apologies for the wait, but we are back in full flow, expect your normal kind of mind blowing trance laden scores that you associate with the \'NicholsonCast\' with new music from Armin Van Buuren, Arctic Moon, Garry Noon and many more, plus 4 exclusives from my good self, so strap in, and dance like no one is looking & \'F**k the Haters......\' x 1. Armin Van Buuren - Be In The Moment/ASOT 850 Anthem 2. Sean Tyas - Swimming in Acid/Symbolic Remix 3. Elles De Graaf - Mind Of The Wonderful 2018/Sunset Remix 4. Soren Andrews - Endless Horizon 5. ID - ID (Exclusive) 6. Arctic Moon & Purple Stories - Shadow Particles 7. Mike Van Fabio & Alex Reeve - Skyliner/Mike Sanders Remix 8. Garry Noon - SlobberKnocker 9. R.E.L.O.A.D - Macumba/Nicholson Remix (Exclusive) 10. Lostly - One Last Look 11. ID - ID (Exclusive) 12. ID - ID (Exclusive) NicholsonCast - Trance For The Harder Generation http://nicholsoncast.podomatic.com
FolkCast 139 - 04 Nov 2017 FolkCast139logox500

FolkCast: the podcast that brings you the worlds of folk, folk-rock, singer-songwriter and roots music.

THIS EDITION: A whale of a show! We meet a British naval hero who wasn’t Lord Nelson; hear topical songs about tragedies averted; and play songs that put the “FUN” into funeral. We get Insanely Mental with an Underground Instrumental, and we find out what happens when you mix bluegrass with thrash metal to create a folkie Frankenstein’s monster! All that, and Stories Behind two Songs recorded just for us by the people who wrote them.

FolkCast is produced and presented by 'Folkie' Phil Widdows

Music featured:

The Intro…
GREENLAND WHALE
by Sam Kelly & The Lost Boys
from the album “Pretty Peggy” (2017)

ADMIRAL BENBOW
by John Dory
from the album “Street Songs” (1996)
YouTube

BRAVE BENBOW
by Laura Smyth & Ted Kemp
from the album “The Poacher's Fate” (2017)

The Story Behind My Song
Jon Bennett tells us about…
THE SINGER
by Moonrakers
from the album “Tides” (2017)

ADRIFT, ADRIFT
by Rosie Hood
from the album “The Beautiful & The Actual” (2017)

DARK WATER
by The Young ‘Uns
from the album “Strangers” (2017)

The Insanely Mental Instrumental
MIND THE GAP
by Assembly Lane
from the album “Northbound” (2017)

THUNDERHEAD
by The Native Howl
from the album “Thrash Grass” (2017)

FINAL ARRANGEMENTS
by The Stoned Cherries
from the album “Baked In A Pie” (2017)

I WISH I WAS IN HEAVEN SITTING DOWN and A NEW ROAD
by Mark T.
from the album “From Blues To Rembetika” (2017)

QUIET GIANT
by Emma Langford
from the album “Quiet Giant” (2017)

The Story Behind My Song
Ian Churchward tells of the mystery of...
THE DUBLIN KING
by The Legendary Ten Seconds
from the album “Murray And Blue” (2017)

THE ROCKY ROAD TO DUBLIN
by Leatherat
from the album “Garden Of Eden” (2007)
Leatherat play their final gig on December 16 2017

JOHNNY SANDS
by Peter Fergus McClelland
from the album “The Turn Of The Tide” (2017)

…and The Outro
THE ROSE
by Sam Kelly & The Lost Boys
from the album “Pretty Peggy” (2017)

For full details see the Shownotes at www.folkcast.co.uk

Setlist 139

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3 Nov 2017 @ 02:52 am +0000 http://www.folkcast.co.uk FolkCast FolkCast: the podcast that brings you the worlds of folk, folk-rock, singer-songwriter and roots music. THIS EDITION: A whale of a show! We meet a British naval hero who wasn’t Lord Nelson; hear topical songs about tragedies averted; and play songs that put the “FUN” into funeral. We get Insanely Mental with an Underground Instrumental, and we find out what happens when you mix bluegrass with thrash metal to create a folkie Frankenstein’s monster! All that, and Stories Behind two Songs recorded just for us by the people who wrote them. FolkCast is produced and presented by \'Folkie\' Phil Widdows Music featured: The Intro… GREENLAND WHALE by Sam Kelly & The Lost Boys from the album “Pretty Peggy” (2017) ADMIRAL BENBOW by John Dory from the album “Street Songs” (1996) YouTube BRAVE BENBOW by Laura Smyth & Ted Kemp from the album “The Poacher\'s Fate” (2017) The Story Behind My Song Jon Bennett tells us about… THE SINGER by Moonrakers from the album “Tides” (2017) ADRIFT, ADRIFT by Rosie Hood from the album “The Beautiful & The Actual” (2017) DARK WATER by The Young ‘Uns from the album “Strangers” (2017) The Insanely Mental Instrumental MIND THE GAP by Assembly Lane from the album “Northbound” (2017) THUNDERHEAD by The Native Howl from the album “Thrash Grass” (2017) FINAL ARRANGEMENTS by The Stoned Cherries from the album “Baked In A Pie” (2017) I WISH I WAS IN HEAVEN SITTING DOWN and A NEW ROAD by Mark T. from the album “From Blues To Rembetika” (2017) QUIET GIANT by Emma Langford from the album “Quiet Giant” (2017) The Story Behind My Song Ian Churchward tells of the mystery of... THE DUBLIN KING by The Legendary Ten Seconds from the album “Murray And Blue” (2017) THE ROCKY ROAD TO DUBLIN by Leatherat from the album “Garden Of Eden” (2007) Leatherat play their final gig on December 16 2017 JOHNNY SANDS by Peter Fergus McClelland from the album “The Turn Of The Tide” (2017) …and The Outro THE ROSE by Sam Kelly & The Lost Boys from the album “Pretty Peggy” (2017) For full details see the Shownotes at www.folkcast.co.uk FolkCast http://www.folkcast.co.uk
FolkCast 138 - 21 Oct 2017

FolkCast: the podcast that brings you the worlds of folk, folk-rock, singer-songwriter and roots music.

THIS EDITION: We make a return trip to Glasgow, we’ve a trio of Hallowe'en treats, we have three guests dropping by to tell us the Stories Behind Their Songs, and we take a squint at interesting and topical new recordings from the USA.

FolkCast is produced and presented by 'Folkie' Phil Widdows

Music featured:

The Intro…
ROLL IN MY SWEET BABY’S ARMS
by Dan Walsh & Alistair Anderson
from the album “Right At Home: Live At Mount Hooley” (2017)

OVERTURNED BOAT
by Dusty Cut
from the album “Hawaii” (2017)

CAPE CORNWALL
by Jupiter Owls
from the album “The Fallow Cry Of The Jupiter Owls” (2017)

THE STORY BEHIND MY SONG
THE DEAR GREEN PLACE
by Alan Reid and Rob van Sante
from the album “The Dear Green Place” (2017)

THE STORY BEHIND MY SONG
YOUNG GOTHS IN THE NECROPOLIS
by Findlay Napier
from the album “Glasgow” (2017)

BREATH YOU IN
by Ashton Lane
Single release (2017)

OVER THE FIELDS
by Blue Rose Code
from the album “The Water Of Leith” (2017)

SEARCHING FOR LAND
by Lucy Kitchen
from the album “Sun To My Moon” (2017)

FORFARSHIRE (featuring Steve Knightley)
by Kirsty Merryn
from the album “She & I” (2017)

THE STORY BEHIND MY SONG
LANDLORD
by Jim Page
from the album “A Handful Of Songs” (2017)

WALK TOGETHER
by Hot Tamale
Single release (2017)

HOLDING ON TO ME
by Lane Norberg
from the EP “Under The Trees” (2017)

THE WHITE WITCH
by Heg & The Wolf Chorus
from the album “Raising The Fires” (2016)

WITCHES FLIGHT
by The Stoned Cherries
from the album “Baked In A Pie” (2017)

HALLOWEEN
by Skinner And T’Witch
from the album “The Fool’s Journey” (2017)

… and The Outro
THE ROAD TO THE NORTH / LASSES PASS THE BRANDY
by Dan Walsh & Alistair Anderson
from the album “Right At Home: Live At Mount Hooley” (2017)

For full details see the Shownotes at www.folkcast.co.uk

Setlist 138 x500

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21 Oct 2017 @ 03:31 am +0000 http://www.folkcast.co.uk FolkCast FolkCast: the podcast that brings you the worlds of folk, folk-rock, singer-songwriter and roots music. THIS EDITION: We make a return trip to Glasgow, we’ve a trio of Hallowe\'en treats, we have three guests dropping by to tell us the Stories Behind Their Songs, and we take a squint at interesting and topical new recordings from the USA. FolkCast is produced and presented by \'Folkie\' Phil Widdows Music featured: The Intro… ROLL IN MY SWEET BABY’S ARMS by Dan Walsh & Alistair Anderson from the album “Right At Home: Live At Mount Hooley” (2017) OVERTURNED BOAT by Dusty Cut from the album “Hawaii” (2017) CAPE CORNWALL by Jupiter Owls from the album “The Fallow Cry Of The Jupiter Owls” (2017) THE STORY BEHIND MY SONG THE DEAR GREEN PLACE by Alan Reid and Rob van Sante from the album “The Dear Green Place” (2017) THE STORY BEHIND MY SONG YOUNG GOTHS IN THE NECROPOLIS by Findlay Napier from the album “Glasgow” (2017) BREATH YOU IN by Ashton Lane Single release (2017) OVER THE FIELDS by Blue Rose Code from the album “The Water Of Leith” (2017) SEARCHING FOR LAND by Lucy Kitchen from the album “Sun To My Moon” (2017) FORFARSHIRE (featuring Steve Knightley) by Kirsty Merryn from the album “She & I” (2017) THE STORY BEHIND MY SONG LANDLORD by Jim Page from the album “A Handful Of Songs” (2017)\\ WALK TOGETHER by Hot Tamale Single release (2017) HOLDING ON TO ME by Lane Norberg from the EP “Under The Trees” (2017) THE WHITE WITCH by Heg & The Wolf Chorus from the album “Raising The Fires” (2016) WITCHES FLIGHT by The Stoned Cherries from the album “Baked In A Pie” (2017) HALLOWEEN by Skinner And T’Witch from the album “The Fool’s Journey” (2017) … and The Outro THE ROAD TO THE NORTH / LASSES PASS THE BRANDY by Dan Walsh & Alistair Anderson from the album “Right At Home: Live At Mount Hooley” (2017) For full details see the Shownotes at www.folkcast.co.uk FolkCast http://www.folkcast.co.uk
The Young’uns Podcast: Live from Sheffield with Roy Bailey and Neil McSweeney (October 10 2017)

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The wait is finally at an end. The Young'uns podcast is back for another series. Over the course of the next few weeks we'll take you with us to Canada, Belgium, Australia, and all around the UK. We'll be playing you some of the more interesting bits that happened between the songs at our gigs. We'll be chatting with and hearing music from lots of our folky friends . And we've got some new exciting features, as well as the return of some of the tried and tested classics.

This week we're in Sheffield, in front of a live audience, with special Sheffield guests Roy Bailey and Neil McSweeney. Now 82, Roy looks back at his sixty years of singing folk songs, and shares stories about his friendship and collaboration with Tony Ben, and talks about his decision to hand back his MBE. Sheffield singer songwriter Neil McSweeney takes us to a land of cocaine and orgiastic revelry. As well as singing and chatting, Roy and Neil battle for glory in an epic game of Space Attack. All that and a lot more will grace your ears when you stream or download this instalment of The Young'uns Podcast. Thanks also to Paul Foster from Colchester for helping with this week's Young'uns Podcast introductory jingle.

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10 Oct 2017 @ 02:41 am +0000 http://www.davideagle.co.uk David Eagle Download the podcast here The wait is finally at an end. The Young\'uns podcast is back for another series. Over the course of the next few weeks we\'ll take you with us to Canada, Belgium, Australia, and all around the UK. We\'ll be playing you some of the more interesting bits that happened between the songs at our gigs. We\'ll be chatting with and hearing music from lots of our folky friends . And we\'ve got some new exciting features, as well as the return of some of the tried and tested classics. This week we\'re in Sheffield, in front of a live audience, with special Sheffield guests Roy Bailey and Neil McSweeney. Now 82, Roy looks back at his sixty years of singing folk songs, and shares stories about his friendship and collaboration with Tony Ben, and talks about his decision to hand back his MBE. Sheffield singer songwriter Neil McSweeney takes us to a land of cocaine and orgiastic revelry. As well as singing and chatting, Roy and Neil battle for glory in an epic game of Space Attack. All that and a lot more will grace your ears when you stream or download this instalment of The Young\'uns Podcast. Thanks also to Paul Foster from Colchester for helping with this week\'s Young\'uns Podcast introductory jingle. Download the podcast here Subscribe to The Young\'uns Podcast for free David Eagle http://www.davideagle.co.uk
Podshambles 53: Platypus Havoc

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]]> 17 Jul 2017 @ 11:15 am +0000 http://www.acast.com/podshambles Podshambles The ONLY place on the internet where you can hear 100% official MC Funky Bantam coverage, all day, all the time, ALL PODSHAMBLES. On this week\'s perfectly spherical pod, Laurie\'s got some stupid stories about dating, pants and sex pests, some of which may have been made up, Paddy\'s off to Spain to bother the locals and steal iberico ham by the truckload, and Melvin the Melf continues his yak-based adventures. Should you watch porn on the tube? What kind of sandpaper is the best to wipe your butt with? Will Blind Belinda escape the evil designs of some large weasels? This and many more questions remain POSSIBLY UNANSWERED on the Nation\'s Favourite Bullshit Podcast - it\'s Podshambles. Podshambles http://www.acast.com/podshambles Cornucopia Radio Podcast 61: The Origins of Comic-Book Boy

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]]> 13 Jul 2017 @ 08:44 am +0000 http://www.cornucopia-radio.co.uk Cornucopia Radio Podcast They are stories of heroism, strength and of courage. Stories in which one person can stand up against the darkness that surrounds us, and say with total conviction and self-belief; that they are the ‘light’. We see pages full of colour and life, in which kinetic action moves across the panels. Dancing in front of our eyes, filling our imagination with endless possibilities... Comics are a way of life for so many people, but do we truly understand their power? More importantly; if that power was ever unleashed, would it be used for good or for evil? So today, we\'re asking the question. What would we create? Cornucopia Radio Podcast http://www.cornucopia-radio.co.uk Podshambles 52: Deep Resentment

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]]> 26 Jun 2017 @ 07:53 am +0000 http://www.acast.com/podshambles Podshambles We\'ve hit the Shamblegym, but which Podybuilder will be the Cast man standing? THIS TIME: Laurie takes command as Dungeon Master, introducing Melvin the Melf into a whole new Choose Your Own Adventure chapter, Paddy is overthrown as MP of Shambles West, and we get to bamboozling with a whole new edition of Riddle-Me-Ree These Stories Three. WITH BRAND NEW JINGLES. Will Laurie betray sex for Pokemon? Will Paddy tame the yak? How long can two people talk about buses? Find out now - it\'s Podshambles. Podshambles http://www.acast.com/podshambles CMP Special 43 Sussex Celts, Fairies & Folklore Folklore, Fairies, Cold Iron of Sussex and Puck of Pook's Hill

This is our biggest show ever! A real MONSTER of a show with an excerpt from the fascinating book, British Witch Legends of Sussex which you can get hold of from the publisher Country Books, a great story by Rudyard Kipling all about that tricky Fey, Puck and six pieces of great Fairy-inspired music. It's all topped off by two poems - including one poem read by our 9-year old Grand-daughter, Amielia!

Full show-notes, details and Contributor pages over at our main Website at http://celticmythpodshow.com/sussex

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Released: 3rd April 2017, 1hr 51m

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News & Views

We bring you up-to-date with the progress of the website updates and let you know that the Scripting for Branwen, Daughter of Ll?r, is nearing completion. We also let you know that all of our shows are now hosted on the much more secure and speedier Libsyn servers, and the Shownotes pages can also be found there.

 

Pica Pica

by Kate Fletcher & Corwen Broch

Pica Pica is a song stitched together from Magpie rhymes. Fishe or Fowle is Kate and Corwen's new duo CD. It is a double CD with 25 tracks. Available now, as a physical CD from their website or to download from Bandcamp.

They are musicians, instrument makers and workshop leaders who perform folk music and drama, recreate Ancient music and instruments, make crafts, run workshops for schools and demonstrate at museums and other events. You can find out more about these talented folks on their website or on our Contributor Page.

 

Trip to Skye/Dance to your Daddy

by Mike Gulston

This beautiful Medley is made up by Mike's version of Trip to Skye, that he has sped up to a Mazurka rhythm and a beautiful rendition of Dance to your Daddy. He has written his own extra verse to this traditional English folk song. Mike's new solo album, Barking, was released in May 2016, an eclectic collection of traditional and modern songs, ranging from totally silly to tragic, romantic and singalong.

For more details about Mike, and his work with Blanche Rowen, see their website or our Contributor Page.

 

British Witch Legends of Sussex

by Shaun Cooper

The book includes over sixty Sussex witch legends, mostly in their original texts, and they are compared with witch legends from the rest of the country - so the book is essentially a comparative study of witch legends, albeit with a very strong Sussex emphasis. Other subjects covered are: Sussex fairy and Devil legends, and dragons, Roman roads, the origins and dissemination of witch legends, and so forth.

You can see an interactive map of this area on Google Maps or download the KML file for Google Maps/Earth.

You can find out more about Shaun and where to get hold of his book on our Contributor Page on with his Publisher, Country Books.

We discuss which tribes might fall into the categories of Iron Age 'A', 'B' and 'C' Celts that are referred to in the reading. Although there are some discrepancies with the dating, the history does make sense when compared with the movements of the Atrebates, Catevellauni and Cantiaci tribes at the time of the Roman Conquest of Britain (A.d. 43). Our sources are:

 

Faerie Tale

by Spiral Dance

Multi-award winning group Spiral Dance, based in Adelaide, has been playing rousing, high-energy music to enthusiastic audiences throughout Australia and beyond for over a decade. With a combination of haunting vocals, evocative fiddle, intoxicating guitar riffs and groovy accordion lines, underpinned with potent bass and dynamic percussion, the band presents an eclectic blend of traditional folk-rock with powerful self-penned songs and tunes. Enchanting melodies intertwine with mythical tales that are sure to captivate your soul, tease your mind and steal your heart, casting your spirit into the realms of magic and the mists of ancient time.

We are privileged to bring you the evocative track, Faerie Tale from their album Magick, for our Sussex Celts Show, and you can find the lyrics on their site. You can find out more about Spiral Dance on their website or on our Contributor Page.

 

Scarborough Faire

by Jenna Greene & Kellianna

Kellianna is an American Neo-Celtic singer and songwriter internationally renowned for her powerful performance of song and chant inspired by myth, magic, sacred places and ancient times. Jenna Greene, "The Greene Lady", is a weaver of musical myth and magic. With a voice that is both ethereal and soulful, she sings of ancient lore, finding wonder and following dreams.

Scarborough Faire is just one of the heart-lifting traditional folk songs on the wonderful collaborative album, Traditions, by Kellianna. You can find out more about the Kellianna on her Contributor Page or more about Jenna Greene on her Contributor Page.

We talk about the origins of the original Scarborough Fair and the significance of the Parsley, Sage, Rosemary, and Thyme herbs.

 

Cold Iron from 'Rewards and Fairies'

by Rudyard Kipling

Rudyard Kipling was an English journalist, short-story writer, poet, and novelist. Kipling's works of fiction include The Jungle Book (1894), Kim (1901), Puck of Pook's Hill (1906) and many short stories, including "The Man Who Would Be King" (1888). His poems include "Mandalay" (1890), "Gunga Din" (1890), "The Gods of the Copybook Headings" (1919), "The White Man's Burden" (1899), and "If—" (1910). He is regarded as a major innovator in the art of the short story; his children's books are classics of children's literature, and one critic described his work as exhibiting "a versatile and luminous narrative gift".

Rewards and Fairies is a historical fantasy book by Rudyard Kipling published in 1910. The book consists of a series of short stories set in historical times with a linking contemporary narrative. Dan and Una are two children, living in the Weald of Sussex in the area of Kipling's own home Bateman's.

Bateman's, Sussex

They have encountered Puck and he magically conjures up real and fictional individuals from Sussex's past to tell the children some aspect of its history and prehistory, though the episodes are not always historically accurate. Another recurring character is Old Hobden who represents the continuity of the inhabitants of the land. His ancestors sometimes appear in the stories and seem very much like him.

The full text of Rewards & Fairies can be found on Project Gutenberg. For more details about Rudyard Kipling visit the Wiki Page or Kipling Societ's website.

 

Shakespeare's Puck & Sussex Pharisees

We discuss how Shakespeare may have heard the folklore of Puck on his travels with the Elizabethan court. The local Sussex word for Fairies, Pharisees, comes from the double plural found in the dialect - 'fairies-ies' or 'pharisees'.

"Then we have 'Puck' or 'Pook', which is derived from the Saxon word 'Puca', meaning a Goblin (Smith 1956 p.74). Both modern forms are common in placenames as will be seen later in this article, but also occurs as dialect description of fairies, but not just Goblins, which are seen as mischievous or nasty fairies (Simpson & Roud 2000 p.286). 'Dobbs' or 'Master Dobbs' is a name used for a house fairy that helps with the housework. If someone has been working harder than expected, it was often said of them that 'Master Dobbs has been helping you' (Parish & Hall 1957 p.31)." [Sussexarch.org]

 

Iron from Stone

by Damh the Bard


This song, Iron from Stone, is inspired by the earlier song, Scarborough Faire. Damh tells us:

"Scarborough Faire is an amazing song. Such a wonderful melody and lyric that tells of all of the impossible tasks a human woman would need to achieve to be with a man from Elfland. But I began to wonder…

"These wonderful folk songs have been left us by anonymous writers from years ago and have been sung ever since. But is there another story behind Scarborough Faire? What about that songwriter from years ago? What inspired them to write such a song? So I thought I would tell that story." Damh the Bard

You can find his music on iTunes, or from his website, Pagan Music. He is also the voice behind Druidcast, the official podcast of the Order of Bards, Ovates and Druids (OBOD, for short) - modern day Druids. You can find Druidcast here and find out more about OBOD here. You can find out more details about Damh on his Contributor page on our website.

 

Cold Iron

by Rudyard Kipling

Puck, Dan & Una

"Cold Iron" is a poem written by Rudyard Kipling published as the introduction to Rewards and Fairies in 1910. In 1983, Leslie Fish set the poem to music and recorded it as the title track on her fifth cassette-tape album.

 

Song of the Travelling Fairies

by Kate Fletcher & Corwen Broch

Song of the Travelling Fairies is a Manx lullaby collected in 1930 by Mona Douglas from Caesar Cashin who said that after each verse there used to be a little dance imitating the movements of the particular bird named. It comes from Fishe or Fowle - Kate and Corwen's new duo CD. It is a double CD with 25 tracks. Available now, as a physical CD from their website or to download from Bandcamp.

 

Listener Feedback

from Natasha in Portsmouth

We play some Audio feedback from Natasha in Portsmouth who recommends the lovely music of Lisa Thiel.

 

There are fairies at the bottom of our garden

by Rose Fyleman, read by Amielia

Rose Fyleman (1877–1957) was an English writer and poet, noted for her works on the fairy folk, for children. Her poem There are fairies at the bottom of our garden was set to music by English composer Liza Lehmann. This classic, famous and iconic poem first appeared in her book, Fairies and Chimneys, in 1917. It is read here by our 9-year-old grand-daughter, Amielia who makes her reading debut on our Show!

 

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BertycoX, for Rain in a Desert from Film'O Graf. See the Contributor Page for details.

Armolithae, for Endless Blue from Artanis and Journey from Beneath the Iron Star. See the Contributor Page for details.

Kenjiakira, For all the children of the earth from Azur Requiem. See the Contributor Page for details.

Julien Boulier, for Dogen Poignance from Erable and Remanence Prisme from the album Remanence. See the Contributor Page for more details.

Pascal SER'JACOBS, for Realité virtuelle from the album Confusion. See the Contributor Page for more details.

Keltoria, for The Gathering Storm from the album Lia Fail (Stone of Destiny) and Hollow Hills from Beyond the Wildwood. See the Contributor Page for more details.

XCyril, for Max s'introduit chez Zeger et commence a fouiller from the album Alter Ego. See the Contributor Page for more details.

Esgi, for Dawn of Mind, from the album Echoes in Time. See the Contributor Page for more details.

Victor Stellar, for Kaleidoscope. See the Contributor Page for more details.

VS, for Libera from Libera. See the Contributor Page for more details.

Flavio Simone, Absence infini from Orchestrale. See his Contributor Page for more details.

Adragante, for Harmonies from Harmonie Cosmique. See the Contributor Page for more details.

Tolen, Free Play Music

 

For incidental music:

Diane Arkenstone The Secret Garden. See the Contributor Page for details.

Kim Robertson, Angels in Disguise. See the Contributor Page for more details.

Jigger, Time Ticks Away. See the Contributor Page for more details.

 

For our Theme Music:

The Skylark and Haghole, the brilliant Culann's Hounds. See their Contributor page for details.

Additional Sources

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And, of course, the Awen - inspiration and imagination!

 

Extra Special Thanks for Unrestricted Access to Wonderful Music

(in Alphabetic order)

Anne Roos Extra Special thanks go for permission to use any of her masterful music to Anne Roos. You can find out more about Anne on her website or on her Contributor page.

Caera Extra Special thanks go for permission to any of her evocative harping and Gaelic singing to Caera. You can find out more about Caera on her website or on her Contributor Page.

Celia Extra Special Thanks go for permission to use any of her wonderful music to Celia Farran. You can find out more about Celia on her website or on her Contributor Page.

Damh the Bard Extra Special thanks go to Damh the Bard for his permission to use any of his music on the Show. You can find out more about Damh (Dave) on his website or on his Contributor page.

The Dolmen Extra Special thanks also go to The Dolmen, for their permission to use any of their fantastic Celtic Folk/Rock music on the Show. You can find out more about The Dolmen on their website or on our Contributor page.

Keltoria Extra Special thanks go for permission to use any of their inspired music to Keltoria. You can find out more about Keltoria on their website or on their Contributor page.

Kevin Skinner Extra Special thanks go for permission to use any of his superb music to Kevin Skinner. You can find out more about Kevin on his website or on his Contributor page.

Phil Thornton Extra Special Thanks go for permission to use any of his astounding ambient music to the Sonic Sorcerer himself, Phil Thornton. You can find out more about Phil on his website or on his Contributor Page.

S.J. Tucker Extra Special thanks go to Sooj for her permission to use any of her superb music. You can find out more about Sooj on her website or on her Contributor page.

Spiral Dance Extra Special thanks go for permission to use Adrienne and the band to use any of their music in the show. You can find out more about Spiral Dance on their website or on their Contributor page.

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1 May 2017 @ 01:00 am +0000 http://celticmythpodshow.com/ Celtic Myth Podshow Folklore, Fairies, Cold Iron of Sussex and Puck of Pook\'s Hill This is our biggest show ever! A real MONSTER of a show with an excerpt from the fascinating book, British Witch Legends of Sussex which you can get hold of from the publisher Country Books, a great story by Rudyard Kipling all about that tricky Fey, Puck and six pieces of great Fairy-inspired music. It\'s all topped off by two poems - including one poem read by our 9-year old Grand-daughter, Amielia! Full show-notes, details and Contributor pages over at our main Website at http://celticmythpodshow.com/sussex Running Order: Intro 0:41 News & Views 2:05 Sussex Farms, Lore & Augury 3:10 Pica Pica by Kate Fletcher & Corwen Broch 6:17 Ecology and the \'Downs\' of Sussex 9:09 Trip to Skye/Dance to your Daddy by Mike Gulston 14:15 British Witch Legends of Sussex, Pt.1 by Shaun Cooper 18:28 Celtic Tribes 23:37 Faerie Tale by Spiral Dance 24:35 British Witch Legends of Sussex, Pt.2 by Shaun Cooper 27:34 Scarborough Faire by Jenna Greene & Kellianna 39:57 All about the origins of Scarborough Fair 43:23 Cold Iron from \'Rewards and Fairies\' by Rudyard Kipling 45:55 Shakespeare\'s Puck & Sussex Pharisees 1:21:39 Iron from Stone by Damh the Bard 1:26:00 Show Summary 1:33:56 Song of the Travelling Fairies by Kate Fletcher & Corwen Broch 1:39:57 Listener Feedback - Natasha 1:44:08 Fairies by Rose Fyleman 1:45:33 Outtakes 1:48:54 We hope you enjoy it! Gary & Ruthie x x Released: 3rd April 2017, 1hr 51m It\'s always great to hear from you! Email garyandruth@celticmythpodshow.com, or call us using Speakpipe News & Views We bring you up-to-date with the progress of the website updates and let you know that the Scripting for Branwen, Daughter of Ll?r, is nearing completion. We also let you know that all of our shows are now hosted on the much more secure and speedier Libsyn servers, and the Shownotes pages can also be found there.   Pica Pica by Kate Fletcher & Corwen Broch Pica Pica is a song stitched together from Magpie rhymes. Fishe or Fowle is Kate and Corwen\'s new duo CD. It is a double CD with 25 tracks. Available now, as a physical CD from their website or to download from Bandcamp. They are musicians, instrument makers and workshop leaders who perform folk music and drama, recreate Ancient music and instruments, make crafts, run workshops for schools and demonstrate at museums and other events. You can find out more about these talented folks on their website or on our Contributor Page.   Trip to Skye/Dance to your Daddy by Mike Gulston This beautiful Medley is made up by Mike\'s version of Trip to Skye, that he has sped up to a Mazurka rhythm and a beautiful rendition of Dance to your Daddy. He has written his own extra verse to this traditional English folk song. Mike\'s new solo album, Barking, was released in May 2016, an eclectic collection of traditional and modern songs, ranging from totally silly to tragic, romantic and singalong. For more details about Mike, and his work with Blanche Rowen, see their website or our Contributor Page.   British Witch Legends of Sussex by Shaun Cooper The book includes over sixty Sussex witch legends, mostly in their original texts, and they are compared with witch legends from the rest of the country - so the book is essentially a comparative study of witch legends, albeit with a very strong Sussex emphasis. Other subjects covered are: Sussex fairy and Devil legends, and dragons, Roman roads, the origins and dissemination of witch legends, and so forth. You can see an interactive map of this area on Google Maps or download the KML file for Google Maps/Earth. You can find out more about Shaun and where to get hold of his book on our Contributor Page on with his Publisher, Country Books. We discuss which tribes might fall into the categories of Iron Age \'A\', \'B\' and \'C\' Celts that are referred to in the reading. Although there are some discrepancies with the dating, the history does make sense when compared with the movements of the Atrebates, Catevellauni and Cantiaci tribes at the time of the Roman Conquest of Britain (A.d. 43). Our sources are: http://www.historyfiles.co.uk/KingListsBritain/BritainAtrebates.htm http://www.historyfiles.co.uk/KingListsBritain/BritainCatuvellauni.htm http://www.historyfiles.co.uk/KingListsBritain/BritainCantii.htm http://www.historyfiles.co.uk/KingListsBritain/BritainRegninses.htm https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Atrebates https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Verica https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Cantiaci https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Regnenses   Faerie Tale by Spiral Dance Multi-award winning group Spiral Dance, based in Adelaide, has been playing rousing, high-energy music to enthusiastic audiences throughout Australia and beyond for over a decade. With a combination of haunting vocals, evocative fiddle, intoxicating guitar riffs and groovy accordion lines, underpinned with potent bass and dynamic percussion, the band presents an eclectic blend of traditional folk-rock with powerful self-penned songs and tunes. Enchanting melodies intertwine with mythical tales that are sure to captivate your soul, tease your mind and steal your heart, casting your spirit into the realms of magic and the mists of ancient time. We are privileged to bring you the evocative track, Faerie Tale from their album Magick, for our Sussex Celts Show, and you can find the lyrics on their site. You can find out more about Spiral Dance on their website or on our Contributor Page.   Scarborough Faire by Jenna Greene & Kellianna Kellianna is an American Neo-Celtic singer and songwriter internationally renowned for her powerful performance of song and chant inspired by myth, magic, sacred places and ancient times. Jenna Greene, \"The Greene Lady\", is a weaver of musical myth and magic. With a voice that is both ethereal and soulful, she sings of ancient lore, finding wonder and following dreams. Scarborough Faire is just one of the heart-lifting traditional folk songs on the wonderful collaborative album, Traditions, by Kellianna. You can find out more about the Kellianna on her Contributor Page or more about Jenna Greene on her Contributor Page. We talk about the origins of the original Scarborough Fair and the significance of the Parsley, Sage, Rosemary, and Thyme herbs.   Cold Iron from \'Rewards and Fairies\' by Rudyard Kipling Rudyard Kipling was an English journalist, short-story writer, poet, and novelist. Kipling\'s works of fiction include The Jungle Book (1894), Kim (1901), Puck of Pook\'s Hill (1906) and many short stories, including \"The Man Who Would Be King\" (1888). His poems include \"Mandalay\" (1890), \"Gunga Din\" (1890), \"The Gods of the Copybook Headings\" (1919), \"The White Man\'s Burden\" (1899), and \"If—\" (1910). He is regarded as a major innovator in the art of the short story; his children\'s books are classics of children\'s literature, and one critic described his work as exhibiting \"a versatile and luminous narrative gift\". Rewards and Fairies is a historical fantasy book by Rudyard Kipling published in 1910. The book consists of a series of short stories set in historical times with a linking contemporary narrative. Dan and Una are two children, living in the Weald of Sussex in the area of Kipling\'s own home Bateman\'s. Bateman\'s, Sussex They have encountered Puck and he magically conjures up real and fictional individuals from Sussex\'s past to tell the children some aspect of its history and prehistory, though the episodes are not always historically accurate. Another recurring character is Old Hobden who represents the continuity of the inhabitants of the land. His ancestors sometimes appear in the stories and seem very much like him. The full text of Rewards & Fairies can be found on Project Gutenberg. For more details about Rudyard Kipling visit the Wiki Page or Kipling Societ\'s website.   Shakespeare\'s Puck & Sussex Pharisees We discuss how Shakespeare may have heard the folklore of Puck on his travels with the Elizabethan court. The local Sussex word for Fairies, Pharisees, comes from the double plural found in the dialect - \'fairies-ies\' or \'pharisees\'. \"Then we have \'Puck\' or \'Pook\', which is derived from the Saxon word \'Puca\', meaning a Goblin (Smith 1956 p.74). Both modern forms are common in placenames as will be seen later in this article, but also occurs as dialect description of fairies, but not just Goblins, which are seen as mischievous or nasty fairies (Simpson & Roud 2000 p.286). \'Dobbs\' or \'Master Dobbs\' is a name used for a house fairy that helps with the housework. If someone has been working harder than expected, it was often said of them that \'Master Dobbs has been helping you\' (Parish & Hall 1957 p.31).\" [Sussexarch.org]   Iron from Stone by Damh the Bard This song, Iron from Stone, is inspired by the earlier song, Scarborough Faire. Damh tells us: \"Scarborough Faire is an amazing song. Such a wonderful melody and lyric that tells of all of the impossible tasks a human woman would need to achieve to be with a man from Elfland. But I began to wonder… \"These wonderful folk songs have been left us by anonymous writers from years ago and have been sung ever since. But is there another story behind Scarborough Faire? What about that songwriter from years ago? What inspired them to write such a song? So I thought I would tell that story.\" Damh the Bard You can find his music on iTunes, or from his website, Pagan Music. He is also the voice behind Druidcast, the official podcast of the Order of Bards, Ovates and Druids (OBOD, for short) - modern day Druids. You can find Druidcast here and find out more about OBOD here. You can find out more details about Damh on his Contributor page on our website.   Cold Iron by Rudyard Kipling Puck, Dan & Una \"Cold Iron\" is a poem written by Rudyard Kipling published as the introduction to Rewards and Fairies in 1910. In 1983, Leslie Fish set the poem to music and recorded it as the title track on her fifth cassette-tape album.   Song of the Travelling Fairies by Kate Fletcher & Corwen Broch Song of the Travelling Fairies is a Manx lullaby collected in 1930 by Mona Douglas from Caesar Cashin who said that after each verse there used to be a little dance imitating the movements of the particular bird named. It comes from Fishe or Fowle - Kate and Corwen\'s new duo CD. It is a double CD with 25 tracks. Available now, as a physical CD from their website or to download from Bandcamp.   Listener Feedback from Natasha in Portsmouth We play some Audio feedback from Natasha in Portsmouth who recommends the lovely music of Lisa Thiel.   There are fairies at the bottom of our garden by Rose Fyleman, read by Amielia Rose Fyleman (1877–1957) was an English writer and poet, noted for her works on the fairy folk, for children. Her poem There are fairies at the bottom of our garden was set to music by English composer Liza Lehmann. This classic, famous and iconic poem first appeared in her book, Fairies and Chimneys, in 1917. It is read here by our 9-year-old grand-daughter, Amielia who makes her reading debut on our Show!   Get EXTRA content in the Celtic Myth Podshow App for iOS, Android & Windows Contact Us: You can leave us a message by using the Speakpipe Email us at: garyandruth@celticmythpodshow.com. Facebook fan-page http://www.facebook.com/CelticMythPodshow, Twitter (@CelticMythShow) or Snapchat (@garyandruth), Pinterest (celticmythshow) or Instagram (celticmythshow)   Help Spread the Word: Please also consider leaving us a rating, a review and subscribing in iTunes or \'Liking\' our Facebook page at http://www.facebook.com/CelticMythPodshow as it helps let people discover our show - thank you :) If you\'ve enjoyed the show, would you mind sharing it on Twitter please? Click here to post a tweet! Ways to subscribe to the Celtic Myth Podshow: Click here to subscribe via iTunes Click here to subscribe via RSS Click here to subscribe via Stitcher Special Thanks BertycoX, for Rain in a Desert from Film\'O Graf. See the Contributor Page for details. Armolithae, for Endless Blue from Artanis and Journey from Beneath the Iron Star. See the Contributor Page for details. Kenjiakira, For all the children of the earth from Azur Requiem. See the Contributor Page for details. Julien Boulier, for Dogen Poignance from Erable and Remanence Prisme from the album Remanence. See the Contributor Page for more details. Pascal SER\'JACOBS, for Realité virtuelle from the album Confusion. See the Contributor Page for more details. Keltoria, for The Gathering Storm from the album Lia Fail (Stone of Destiny) and Hollow Hills from Beyond the Wildwood. See the Contributor Page for more details. XCyril, for Max s\'introduit chez Zeger et commence a fouiller from the album Alter Ego. See the Contributor Page for more details. Esgi, for Dawn of Mind, from the album Echoes in Time. See the Contributor Page for more details. Victor Stellar, for Kaleidoscope. See the Contributor Page for more details. VS, for Libera from Libera. See the Contributor Page for more details. Flavio Simone, Absence infini from Orchestrale. See his Contributor Page for more details. Adragante, for Harmonies from Harmonie Cosmique. See the Contributor Page for more details. Tolen, Free Play Music   For incidental music: Diane Arkenstone The Secret Garden. See the Contributor Page for details. Kim Robertson, Angels in Disguise. See the Contributor Page for more details. Jigger, Time Ticks Away. See the Contributor Page for more details.   For our Theme Music: The Skylark and Haghole, the brilliant Culann\'s Hounds. See their Contributor page for details. Additional Sources OBOD And, of course, the Awen - inspiration and imagination!   Extra Special Thanks for Unrestricted Access to Wonderful Music (in Alphabetic order) Anne Roos Extra Special thanks go for permission to use any of her masterful music to Anne Roos. You can find out more about Anne on her website or on her Contributor page. Caera Extra Special thanks go for permission to any of her evocative harping and Gaelic singing to Caera. You can find out more about Caera on her website or on her Contributor Page. Celia Extra Special Thanks go for permission to use any of her wonderful music to Celia Farran. You can find out more about Celia on her website or on her Contributor Page. Damh the Bard Extra Special thanks go to Damh the Bard for his permission to use any of his music on the Show. You can find out more about Damh (Dave) on his website or on his Contributor page. The Dolmen Extra Special thanks also go to The Dolmen, for their permission to use any of their fantastic Celtic Folk/Rock music on the Show. You can find out more about The Dolmen on their website or on our Contributor page. Keltoria Extra Special thanks go for permission to use any of their inspired music to Keltoria. You can find out more about Keltoria on their website or on their Contributor page. Kevin Skinner Extra Special thanks go for permission to use any of his superb music to Kevin Skinner. You can find out more about Kevin on his website or on his Contributor page. Phil Thornton Extra Special Thanks go for permission to use any of his astounding ambient music to the Sonic Sorcerer himself, Phil Thornton. You can find out more about Phil on his website or on his Contributor Page. S.J. Tucker Extra Special thanks go to Sooj for her permission to use any of her superb music. You can find out more about Sooj on her website or on her Contributor page. Spiral Dance Extra Special thanks go for permission to use Adrienne and the band to use any of their music in the show. You can find out more about Spiral Dance on their website or on their Contributor page. SaveWe finish off by wishing you \'Hwyl Fawr\', which is Welsh for \'Goodbye and have fun\'!     Save Save Save Save Save Save Save Celtic Myth Podshow http://celticmythpodshow.com/
9.3 When I Knew feat. Jason Manford•Nish Kumar•Felicity Ward•Alison Spittle & more PayPal button OUR FACEBOOK COMMUNITY: - www.facebook.com/groups/854302397951805/ Twitter: @TheCTSPodcast or @SofieHagen

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10 Jul 2016 @ 11:20 am +0000 http://www.comedianstellingstuff.com Comedians Telling Stuff Podcast Six comedians tell the stories of the big moment in their comedy careers, where they realised something that would shape them for the rest of their lives. Or something like that. I\'m Sofie Hagen and I am your host. Enjoy this episode! To support the podcast: - patreon.com/comedianstellingstuff - comedianstellingstuff.com -> PayPal button OUR FACEBOOK COMMUNITY: - www.facebook.com/groups/854302397951805/ Twitter: @TheCTSPodcast or @SofieHagen Comedians Telling Stuff Podcast http://www.comedianstellingstuff.com
9.2 Worst feat. Felicity Ward•Alison Spittle•Jason Manford•Sara Schaefer•Nish Kumar•Joel Dommett PayPal button OUR FACEBOOK COMMUNITY: - www.facebook.com/groups/854302397951805/ Twitter: @TheCTSPodcast or @SofieHagen

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30 Jun 2016 @ 06:48 am +0000 http://www.comedianstellingstuff.com Comedians Telling Stuff Podcast The terrible terrible things that can happen to you when you\'re a comedian. This is Season 9 of Comedians Telling Stuff. Here you\'ll hear the worst stories from Joel Dommett, Alison Spittle, Jason Manford, Nish Kumar, Sara Schaefer, Felicity Ward I\'m Sofie Hagen and I am your host. Enjoy this episode! To support the podcast: - patreon.com/comedianstellingstuff - comedianstellingstuff.com -> PayPal button OUR FACEBOOK COMMUNITY: - www.facebook.com/groups/854302397951805/ Twitter: @TheCTSPodcast or @SofieHagen Comedians Telling Stuff Podcast http://www.comedianstellingstuff.com
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21 Jun 2016 @ 02:17 am +0000 http://www.comedianstellingstuff.com Comedians Telling Stuff Podcast Season 9! Firsts! Firsts! Firsts! Get excited! Enough exclaiming. Welcome to Season 9 of Comedians Telling Stuff. Here you\'ll meet Joel Dommett, Alison Spittle, Jason Manford, Nish Kumar, Sara Schaefer, Felicity Ward and hear their stories about their firsts. I\'m Sofie Hagen and I am your host. Enjoy this episode! To support the podcast: - patreon.com/comedianstellingstuff - comedianstellingstuff.com -> PayPal button OUR FACEBOOK COMMUNITY: - www.facebook.com/groups/854302397951805/ Twitter: @TheCTSPodcast or @SofieHagen Comedians Telling Stuff Podcast http://www.comedianstellingstuff.com
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4 Apr 2016 @ 11:42 am +0000 http://www.comedianstellingstuff.com Comedians Telling Stuff Podcast A heckler is a guy that thinks he\'s fly And is also known as a buster Always talkin\' about what he wants And just sits on his broke ass So (no) I don\'t want your number (no) I don\'t want to give you mine and (no) I don\'t want to meet you nowhere (no) I don\'t want none of your time and (no) I don\'t want no heckler I think that says it all. Tom Ballard, Al Murray, Graham Clark, Deborah Frances-White, Hari Kondabolu and Lou Sanders share their heckler stories in this episode. I\'m Sofie Hagen and I am your host. Enjoy this episode! To support the podcast: - patreon.com/comedianstellingstuff - comedianstellingstuff.com -> PayPal button OUR NEW COMMUNITY: - www.facebook.com/groups/854302397951805/ Twitter: @TheCTSPodcast or @SofieHagen Comedians Telling Stuff Podcast http://www.comedianstellingstuff.com
Splendiferous Stories for Slumber: Running With Monsters | Podcast S01E06

Welcome one and all to another splendid, suspenseful, splendiferous story for slumber. Let Nerdbong, Nimue and the Professor take your ears on a journey through the theatre of your mind. 

RUNNING WITH MONSTERS: written and read by Nimue Brown 

 Introduced by Professor Elemental 

 We at Nerdbong hope that you enjoy this delicious delight and may your dreams be not so dark.

Sleep tight. Mind the monsters don’t bite….much. Presented by @prof_elemental and @Nimue_B members of the nerdbong network. 


 Each episode is presented by our very special guests 

 Introductions by Professor Elemental, is a Steampunk flavoured mad Professor, his inventions and adventures have taken him around the world. He first got himself noticed with the track ‘Cup Of Brown Joy’ which notched up over a million hits. This was followed by his scuffle with Mr B, resulting in the video ‘Fighting Trousers’. 
Have a watch of these and his other adventures over on his site

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Master storyteller extraordinaire Nimue Brown.

Born in Gloucestershire, Nimue Brown has a degree in English Literature and has been writing under other names for about a decade. Having started as a novelist, she came into comics through her relationship with artist husband Tom Brown. Nimue creates graphic novel series Hopeless Maine, and is involved with the Professor Elemental comic. 


Nimue writes books on Druidry for Moon Books, and fiction for various houses. She tends towards speculative and magical realism, but about the only thing she hasn’t tried is writing for television, and political thrillers. 

Her influences are diverse- Hayao Miyazaki, George Eliot, Neil Gaiman, Isabelle Allende, Michael Ondaatje, Clive Barker, Charles de Lint Robert Holdstock… to name but a few. She is drawn to mystery, to the numinous and to work that has the power to uplift and inspire. 

 This is a Nerdbong Network production for Nerdbong.com 

All the amazing artwork you see on this page was created and generously donated by Tom Brown. 

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18 May 2015 @ 08:00 am +0000 http://nerdbong.com Splendiferous Stories For Slumber Welcome one and all to another splendid, suspenseful, splendiferous story for slumber. Let Nerdbong, Nimue and the Professor take your ears on a journey through the theatre of your mind.  RUNNING WITH MONSTERS: written and read by Nimue Brown   Introduced by Professor Elemental   We at Nerdbong hope that you enjoy this delicious delight and may your dreams be not so dark. Sleep tight. Mind the monsters don’t bite….much. Presented by @prof_elemental and @Nimue_B members of the nerdbong network.   Each episode is presented by our very special guests   Introductions by Professor Elemental, is a Steampunk flavoured mad Professor, his inventions and adventures have taken him around the world. He first got himself noticed with the track ‘Cup Of Brown Joy’ which notched up over a million hits. This was followed by his scuffle with Mr B, resulting in the video ‘Fighting Trousers’.  Have a watch of these and his other adventures over on his site Website Master storyteller extraordinaire Nimue Brown. Born in Gloucestershire, Nimue Brown has a degree in English Literature and has been writing under other names for about a decade. Having started as a novelist, she came into comics through her relationship with artist husband Tom Brown. Nimue creates graphic novel series Hopeless Maine, and is involved with the Professor Elemental comic.  Nimue writes books on Druidry for Moon Books, and fiction for various houses. She tends towards speculative and magical realism, but about the only thing she hasn’t tried is writing for television, and political thrillers.  Her influences are diverse- Hayao Miyazaki, George Eliot, Neil Gaiman, Isabelle Allende, Michael Ondaatje, Clive Barker, Charles de Lint Robert Holdstock… to name but a few. She is drawn to mystery, to the numinous and to work that has the power to uplift and inspire.   This is a Nerdbong Network production for Nerdbong.com  All the amazing artwork you see on this page was created and generously donated by Tom Brown.  Join us on Twitter @Stories4Slumber and @nerdbong | Facebook | Google Plus Splendiferous Stories For Slumber http://nerdbong.com
Tipping Sacred Cows with Betsy Chasse Hollywood filmmaker, Author and Speaker Betsy Chasse joins Beryl and Mel of Wired For Success TV to spill the beans on life as the Producer/Director /Writer of the ground-breaking film 'What the Bleep?'.  

Betsy pulls no punches when it comes to being upfront about her own life challenges and with great humour she shares how whilst she could make a film about the hot topic of quantum physics, her own life was making quantum shifts in a way that she found alarming.  

Like many of us, Betsy put on a front of having the 'perfect' life and 'having it all' and yet, beneath the surface she was having as many emotional wobbles and uncertainties as the rest of us.

Betsy opens her book 'Tipping Sacred Cows' and Beryl and Mel get to hear some of the hilarious stories that messed with Betsy's head and encouraged her to write this genuinely helpful book that supports us in identifying and tipping the sacred cows in our own lives. 

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24 Apr 2014 @ 05:59 am +0000 http://www.wiredforsuccess.tv Wired For Success TV Hollywood filmmaker, Author and Speaker Betsy Chasse joins Beryl and Mel of Wired For Success TV to spill the beans on life as the Producer/Director /Writer of the ground-breaking film \'What the Bleep?\'.   Betsy pulls no punches when it comes to being upfront about her own life challenges and with great humour she shares how whilst she could make a film about the hot topic of quantum physics, her own life was making quantum shifts in a way that she found alarming.   Like many of us, Betsy put on a front of having the \'perfect\' life and \'having it all\' and yet, beneath the surface she was having as many emotional wobbles and uncertainties as the rest of us. Betsy opens her book \'Tipping Sacred Cows\' and Beryl and Mel get to hear some of the hilarious stories that messed with Betsy\'s head and encouraged her to write this genuinely helpful book that supports us in identifying and tipping the sacred cows in our own lives.  Join us: http://www.wiredforsucess.tv http://www.twitter.com/wiredsuccesstv http://www.facebook.com/wiredsuccesstv Wired For Success TV http://www.wiredforsuccess.tv
Livesport #9: The build up to the 2014 Commonwealth Games in Glasgow. In this latest episode of the Livesport.co.uk Podcast our sports blogger Rachel Morrison talks to us about the build up to the 2014 Commonwealth Games in Glasgow. We chat about how the city is preparing, what the big stories of the games might be and whether the Commonwealth Games have a future following the recent reports that no country has yet bid to host them in 2022.

Plus your chance to win tickets to see England take on Denmark at Wembley on Wednesday 5th March 2014 for the 8pm kick-off.

Also as ever, the latest sports news and what to watch and where.

For more information, listings, podcasts and blogs visit http://www.livesport.co.uk

 

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26 Jan 2014 @ 09:35 am +0000 http://livesport.libsyn.com The Livesport Podcast In this latest episode of the Livesport.co.uk Podcast our sports blogger Rachel Morrison talks to us about the build up to the 2014 Commonwealth Games in Glasgow. We chat about how the city is preparing, what the big stories of the games might be and whether the Commonwealth Games have a future following the recent reports that no country has yet bid to host them in 2022. Plus your chance to win tickets to see England take on Denmark at Wembley on Wednesday 5th March 2014 for the 8pm kick-off. Also as ever, the latest sports news and what to watch and where. For more information, listings, podcasts and blogs visit http://www.livesport.co.uk   The Livesport Podcast http://livesport.libsyn.com
Livesport #8: Football Season Review 2013 /2014. In our first podcast for 2014, we start by looking back and taking stock of what the football season has thrown up so far. Jason Harrison, a sports broadcast journalist joins us to chat about the big stories from the premier league, SPL, non-league and some thoughts on the draw from the world cup. Plus your chance to win tickets to see the Northeast Derby between Newcastle and Sunderland on 1st February 2014 at St James Park.

Also as ever, the latest sports news and what to watch and where.

For more information, listings, podcasts and blogs visit http://www.livesport.co.uk

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9 Jan 2014 @ 02:23 am +0000 http://livesport.libsyn.com The Livesport Podcast In our first podcast for 2014, we start by looking back and taking stock of what the football season has thrown up so far. Jason Harrison, a sports broadcast journalist joins us to chat about the big stories from the premier league, SPL, non-league and some thoughts on the draw from the world cup. Plus your chance to win tickets to see the Northeast Derby between Newcastle and Sunderland on 1st February 2014 at St James Park. Also as ever, the latest sports news and what to watch and where. For more information, listings, podcasts and blogs visit http://www.livesport.co.uk The Livesport Podcast http://livesport.libsyn.com
Livesport #6: BT Sport vs Sky Sports and the rise of American Football in the UK In this episode our very own Livesport blogger Lenny Boyle returns to chat about one of the big stories in UK sport, the battle for supremecy between BT Sport and Sky Sports. Also he discusses the rise in popularity of American football in the UK and what the future may bring.

All that plus the latest sports news, what to watch and where and a chance to WIN a pair of tickets to watch Newcastle United take on Southampton at St James' Park. Plus your chance to win up tp £150 in cash if you can predict the results of Machester United v Arsenal.

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6 Dec 2013 @ 06:44 am +0000 http://livesport.libsyn.com The Livesport Podcast In this episode our very own Livesport blogger Lenny Boyle returns to chat about one of the big stories in UK sport, the battle for supremecy between BT Sport and Sky Sports. Also he discusses the rise in popularity of American football in the UK and what the future may bring. All that plus the latest sports news, what to watch and where and a chance to WIN a pair of tickets to watch Newcastle United take on Southampton at St James\' Park. Plus your chance to win up tp £150 in cash if you can predict the results of Machester United v Arsenal. For more sports news and listings visit http://www.livesport.co.uk The Livesport Podcast http://livesport.libsyn.com
Access Consciousness Gary Douglas How Does it Get Any Better Than This? Access Consciousness, conceived by Gary Douglas is absolutely sweeping the planet as it catapults us into a space where we start to discover what is REALLY possible in our lives.  

If, up to now, you have lived your life feeling as though you have a greater calling; experience a need to step into your greatness; and once and for all nail those demon voices in your head, then you will love this chat with Gary Douglas.  

Like us, at Wired For Success TV, Gary passionately believes that each of us is already 'wired for success' if only we could find our way through the many layers of society's 'conditioning' that stop us from being the amazing, infinite beings that somewhere deep inside us, we already know that we are.  It is time to break out of this prison mind and Gary Douglas is one of those who is ready to show us just HOW.

We first stumbled across Access Consciousness a while back and were lucky enough to meet (and interview) Dr. Dain Heer in London and were blown away by the success stories we were hearing. 

Gary shares with us how Access Consciousness 'found' him, how it has developed and what is possible in our lives once we begin to ask ourselves 'How Does It Get Any Better Than This?'


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3 Dec 2013 @ 05:43 am +0000 http://www.wiredforsuccess.tv Wired For Success TV Access Consciousness, conceived by Gary Douglas is absolutely sweeping the planet as it catapults us into a space where we start to discover what is REALLY possible in our lives.   If, up to now, you have lived your life feeling as though you have a greater calling; experience a need to step into your greatness; and once and for all nail those demon voices in your head, then you will love this chat with Gary Douglas.   Like us, at Wired For Success TV, Gary passionately believes that each of us is already \'wired for success\' if only we could find our way through the many layers of society\'s \'conditioning\' that stop us from being the amazing, infinite beings that somewhere deep inside us, we already know that we are.  It is time to break out of this prison mind and Gary Douglas is one of those who is ready to show us just HOW. We first stumbled across Access Consciousness a while back and were lucky enough to meet (and interview) Dr. Dain Heer in London and were blown away by the success stories we were hearing.  Gary shares with us how Access Consciousness \'found\' him, how it has developed and what is possible in our lives once we begin to ask ourselves \'How Does It Get Any Better Than This?\' Wired For Success TV http://www.wiredforsuccess.tv
Episode 167 – Fresh Sadler and Thomas are fresh and wild in this week's episode, fearlessly investigating the news to bring you the stories that count.

Show notes:

Subversive kettle

Return to sender

Hollande's camel

Germans retire longest word

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15 Jun 2013 @ 01:24 am +0000 https://sadlerandthomasinvestigations.wordpress.com Sadler and Thomas Investigations Sadler and Thomas are fresh and wild in this week\'s episode, fearlessly investigating the news to bring you the stories that count. http://traffic.libsyn.com/sadlerandthomas/E167_-_Fresh.mp3 Show notes: Subversive kettle Return to sender Hollande\'s camel Germans retire longest word And listener, show a little love by leaving an iTunes review here. Sadler and Thomas Investigations https://sadlerandthomasinvestigations.wordpress.com
#5: Fire!

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15 Mar 2013 @ 11:16 am +0000 http://soundcloud.com/theframeloop The Frame Loop RED ALERT! The Frame Loop podcast returns in a blaze of glory as we discuss cultural tidbits relating to the theme of FIRE. Tune in to hear a long critique Truffaut\'s classic Sci-Fi flick Fahrenheit 451, some readings of Raymond Carver poems, and we get down and smokey with some bloody brilliant music. What are you waiting for? Our week in culture: Rob waxes lyrical about his favourite Willy (Mason) SONG: I Got gold by Willy Mason (Fiction Records, 2012) Our theme this week is FIRE! SONG: Fire by The Ohio Players (Mercury, 1974) BOOK CLUB: Our fiery favourites Kurt Vonnegut\'s Slaughterhouse-Five (Vintage, orig. 1969) Raymond Carver\'s Fires: Essays, Poems, Stories (Vintage, orig. 1985) (inc. 2 poetry recitals!) Ray Bradbury\'s Fahrenheit 451 (Flamingo Modern Classics, orig. 1951) FILM: Fahrenheit 451 (dir: Francois Truffaut, 1966) Next week\'s shenanigans: Circular Skys: Ten Minutes Older @ Shortwave Cinema (Sat 23rd March, more info: https://twitter.com/ShortwaveFilms) Mikkeller & Friends - The Grand Opening (Sat 16th March, http://mikkeller.dk) -Toffee bonbons and bye byes! - The Frame Loop http://soundcloud.com/theframeloop
Hosks Half Hour - Episode 86 - Cat leads to peadophile arrest
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Fields full of cheese

sun stories - three some leads to preggers

A Hosk morale Dilemma

new nugget - jail guarded by dummy

odd song - Gulag

news nugget - watch out for the peado cat

The Best programming jokes

The Geordie making song

Liverpool potatos!







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13 Aug 2010 @ 02:41 am +0000 http://hoskshalfhour.blogspot.com/ Hosks Half Hour To download the mp3 click here This weeks episode includes Fields full of cheesesun stories - three some leads to preggersA Hosk morale Dilemmanew nugget - jail guarded by dummyodd song - Gulagnews nugget - watch out for the peado catThe Best programming jokesThe Geordie making songLiverpool potatos! You can subscribe to the podcast with this http://feeds2.feedburner.com/HosksHalfHour Hosks Half Hour http://hoskshalfhour.blogspot.com/
Stacie Orrico - Track by track part 1

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]]> 29 Aug 2006 @ 04:00 am +0000 http://www.12media.co.uk 12media - Music Podcasting In part one of two track-by-track interviews with Stacie Orrico, the singer talk about the first eight tracks on the Beautiful Awakening album - out early 2007. Stacie openly tells about the ideas and the fun stories behind the tracks, and you can listen to the songs too! 12media - Music Podcasting http://www.12media.co.uk