Brand new Folktrails Podcast
Hello and welcome to The Wild of the Word’s Folktrails podcast where I’m going to be taking you outdoors with story, and stories outdoors! This podcast is all about blending walking with folklore – to relax, entertain, inspire and empower us all to get back out to the wild places, the untamed spaces and to breathe life into the multidimensional landscapes we encounter when we step outside!
Music by Alexander Nakarada, www.serpentsoundstudios.com and Kevin Macleod. Licensed under Creative Commons by attribution 4.0 License
I loved your podcast! What a fabulous story, and who knew you can milk a deer! I have been inspired and am meeting someone for a walk in Ubley Warren tomorrow!
We really enjoyed that! It's so great that you've recorded yourself out and about - it really transports the listener and makes you want to be there!
I absolutely didn't know that about berries. I'm going to approach those bramble bushes with much more caution next time! Great bit of escapism for someone who spends a lot of time working from home at the moment! Thanks!
Ancient tales often help us explore emotions and experiences through a more objective lens - containing universal struggle, solutions and a space in which we might contemplate ourselves and our anxieties in another dimension.
So why not join me as I share some stories that feel right for this year?
Below, you'll find a series of little podcasts that focus on folktales about isolating, tucking up, exploring indoors and weathering the storm.
All music used in my podcasts is by the incredible Kai Engel, under the Creative Commons License. To listen to more of his music, visit www.kai-engel.com
BLOG - FOLKTRAILS #2
Click here to visit the Folktrails blog!
BLOG #2: Find DD Storyteller's version of the Norse Creation Myth below...
The music used in this audio is 'A Midnight Tale' by Kevin Macleod shared under the Creative Commons License.