List of mostly Celtic Podcasts, Musicasts and Audiobooks

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List of mostly Celtic Podcasts, Musicasts and Audiobooks

Postby Corvid » 28 Oct 2015, 20:54

I was recently looking around for things to listen to other than our beloved Druidcast :wink: for my commute to work so I've assembled a list of Audiobooks I've enjoyed as well as Music, History, Mythology and other podcasts as well as a few newscasts in Scottish Gaelic and one learn Irish Gaelic podcast. My Hearth Culture is Gaelic so it's heavy on that Celtic set of cultures.

I thought some folks here would be interested so here is the link: https://corvidblog.wordpress.com/2015/1 ... -pleasure/

If you have any to add please let me know! I am always looking for something to listen to.

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Re: List of mostly Celtic Podcasts, Musicasts and Audiobooks

Postby mandybard » 29 Oct 2015, 05:03

I love these lists, rabbit holes that they are ;)

There's a rather entertaining telling of the Arthurian and Robin Hood stories at http://mythandhistory2.podbean.com or under Myths and Legends of Europe on iTunes. That guy also does a myths of Greece and Rome but I've not listened to it. I assume it would be as good.

If you're into comparative spiritual stuff there's also the World Spirituality podcast (https://www.unity.fm/program/WorldSpirituality or on iTunes) - it's run by an American church and plays their ads throughout but there's some really informative and well balanced discussions about all sorts of spiritual topics.
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Re: List of mostly Celtic Podcasts, Musicasts and Audiobooks

Postby Whitemane » 29 Oct 2015, 12:27

Nice job! :applause: :yay:
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Re: List of mostly Celtic Podcasts, Musicasts and Audiobooks

Postby Helen O'Cobhthaigh » 31 Oct 2015, 02:58

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Re: List of mostly Celtic Podcasts, Musicasts and Audiobooks

Postby Corvid » 01 Nov 2015, 21:31

I love these lists, rabbit holes that they are ;)

There's a rather entertaining telling of the Arthurian and Robin Hood stories at http://mythandhistory2.podbean.com or under Myths and Legends of Europe on iTunes. That guy also does a myths of Greece and Rome but I've not listened to it. I assume it would be as good.

If you're into comparative spiritual stuff there's also the World Spirituality podcast (https://www.unity.fm/program/WorldSpirituality or on iTunes) - it's run by an American church and plays their ads throughout but there's some really informative and well balanced discussions about all sorts of spiritual topics.
Great addition, thank you! I'll add it my list. :)

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Re: List of mostly Celtic Podcasts, Musicasts and Audiobooks

Postby Corvid » 01 Nov 2015, 21:32

Awesome, thank you! I'll add it to my list. :)


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