The Celtic Myth Podshow will tell you the Ancient Tales and Legends of Ireland, Scotland, Wales, and the other Celtic countries. It will bring you the bravery of heroes and heroines, the magnificent pantheon of gods and goddesses and the magic and wonder of druids, faeries and folklore. It weaves together the rich, beautiful tapestry of mythological history, battles and sagas of the Celts, with their History, Archaeology and Modern Culture.
April 8th, 2011
Episode 65 of 98 episodes
In this show we start to summarise the Irish Mythological Cycle as we've met it so far in the first 29 story episodes. Not only is this show finishing off a whole branch of Celtic Mythology, but it also celebrates the Autumn Equinox for 2011, so we've made it a real cracker and split it into two halves. We've got an epic poem, 4 great songs in this first half and we take a look at the Origins of the Manuscripts which these stories come from and highlight some of the the themes we've noticed in the stories. This was the question we asked you: what themes do you think are the most important, and this show includes your ideas as well as ours. We conclude our examination of the Irish Mythological Cycle in the Second Part of this show which will be dropped into the feed and available for download 2-3 days after this one so you have chance to listen to the show and keep it fresh in the old brain box before we finish of the show with the end of the poem, the other observations we've made and yes more great music! Phew! Hope you enjoy it, Gary & Ruthie x x x Full details can be found at shownotes.celticmythpodshow.com You can email us at: [email protected] You can leave us a voice message by using skype name: celticmythpodshow You can chat to us on our Facebook fan-page at http://www.facebook.com/pages/Celtic-Myth-Podshow/119924783750. Please have fun on our website, browsing and joining in the conversations in the forums.
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