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Today Willow Winsham talks with artist Katherine Soutar, illustrator of the Folktales series by the History Press.

The Benandanti were a surprising third party in the fight of good versus evil in Medieval Italy; one that not

Folklore is at heart oral and behavioural traditions, so the notion of written folklore is somewhat oxymoronic. Any attempt to

Smuggling. The word has been entwined with romantic delusions and depictions for many years. However, in reality this could not

Vortigern was legendary 5th century King of the Britons featured in the work of early British writers such as Gildas,

The exploration into the origins of common superstitions continues with ‘wishing on a star’.

The emotional and spiritual dimension of being in place, in the work of Alan Garner, powerfully reminds us of our

Today we have a featured story from The Emerald Isle, and Dee Dee Chainey talks to Ronan Burke, who runs

The Dream of Macsen Wledig from the Mabinogion tells the story of how the Emperor of Rome experienced a dream

Dr. Bob Curran reviews "Magical Folk", a new book edited by Simon Young and Ceri Houlbrook, which explores a range

Brutus of Troy was a legendary Trojan exile who some medieval chroniclers claimed was responsible for the founding of Britain.

The Hardanger fiddle is a staple of traditional Norwegian folk music, which connects people visually, bodily, and aurally, with their

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