THE BLACK PRINCE
WITH KAT QUATERMASS
Kat Quatermass shares the tale of a young boy who sacrifices the wrong things in pursuit of his beloved's heart, and her work as a storytelling consultant.
TALES FROM THE RIVER SEVERN
WITH AMY DOUGLAS
Amy Douglas shares tales of the River Severn, the longest river in Britain, and explores the relationship between story, community and the land.
CARYS NANT CARFAN
WITH TAMAR WILLAIMS
Tamar tells the tale of Carys Nant Carfan. Our conversation explored Tamar’s own journey from theatre and acting into the world of professional storytelling.
WEM THE DOG
WITH JAKE EVANS
Jake is passionate about the natural world, and his stories are inspired by his interest in animals and landscapes. Today he tells us the story of Wem the Dog.
THE MAKERS OF DREAMS
WITH DANIEL ALLISON
We discuss Daniel’s desire to revive Scottish folklore in the popular consciousness, the success of his recent book, and the inspiration and vision behind his online school of storytelling.
OF THE LONG ARSE
WITH DASIY BLACK
Daisy tells a French Comic fable and talks about how her storytelling complements her work as a lecturer in medieval literature and theatre.
WHEN TRUTH MET STORY
WITH GRAHAM LANGLEY
Meet Rick's storytelling mentor, Graham Langley, who shares the tales of Turondot, Enoch and Eli, and what really happened When Truth Met Story...
THE KELPIE’S BRIDLE
WITH JASON BUCK
Jason tells his original tale of the Kelpie’s Bridle. He discusses the relationship between a storyteller and his audience, and the many influences on his storytelling.
THE SILENT DRUMMER BOY
WITH CARMEL PAGE
Storyteller Carmel Page discusses her work as an educational storyteller, her last book Yorkshire Folktales for Children, and performs a story inspired by the legends of King Arthur and her research in local folklore.
OF HUMPHREY'S HEAD
Rick Scott reads 'The Last Wolf: A Legend of Humphrey's Head' from the 1853 Ulverton Intelligencer, and presents Sara Pearl's research into the origins of the legend.