The Farmer of Auchriachan | Campfire Tales
Folklore Scotland
by Folklore Scotland
2d ago
Welcome to Campfire Tales! Every two weeks you can enjoy a short story read by one of our contributors. This week we have The Farmer of Auchriachan, written by W.G Stewart and read by David White ? Support our work on Kofi: ko-fi.com/folklorescotland Thank you to Linley for providing the fabulous artwork for this series! www.linleybarba.com/ Check out our socials to keep in the loop!
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#123 Scotland's Saints | The Crannog
Folklore Scotland
by Folklore Scotland
1w ago
There's a whole world of saints to discover in Scotland, and in this episode we're bringing you the stories of four of them! Please note there are audio issues in this episode. Thank you for your patience. Kofi: ko-fi.com/folklorescotland Check out our socials to keep in the loop!
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#122 The Seal Killer |Campfire Tales
Folklore Scotland
by Folklore Scotland
1M ago
Welcome to Campfire Tales! Every two weeks you can enjoy a short story read by one of our contributors. This week we have The Seal Killer, written by W.G Stewart and read by David White ? Support our work on Kofi: ko-fi.com/folklorescotland Thank you to Linley for providing the fabulous artwork for this series! www.linleybarba.com/ Check out our socials to keep in the loop!
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#121 Walter Scott | The Crannog
Folklore Scotland
by Folklore Scotland
1M ago
This week, we're joined in The Crannog by a very special guest, Kirsty, from Abbotsford, the home of Sir Walter Scott himself! It's a slightly longer episode this week but we get our teeth into lots of great stories about the folkloric themes in Scott's work ?‍♀️?‍♂️ Find out more about Abbotsford on their website: https://www.scottsabbotsford.com/ Kofi: ko-fi.com/folklorescotland Check out our socials to keep in the loop!
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#120 The Ghost Of Bogandoran | Campfire Tales
Folklore Scotland
by Folklore Scotland
2M ago
Welcome to Campfire Tales! Every two weeks you can enjoy a short story read by one of our contributors. This week we have The Ghost of Bogandoran, written by W.G Stewart and read by Rebecca White ? Support our work on Kofi: ko-fi.com/folklorescotland Thank you to Linley for providing the fabulous artwork for this series! www.linleybarba.com/ Check out our socials to keep in the loop!
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#119 The Ghillie Dhu | The Beastie Bothy
Folklore Scotland
by Folklore Scotland
2M ago
In this episode of the Beastie Bothy, we're joined by the one and only, Ghillie Dhu... Support our work on Kofi: ko-fi.com/folklorescotland Check out our socials to keep in the loop!
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#118 The Fairy's Midwife | Campfire Tales
Folklore Scotland
by Folklore Scotland
2M ago
Welcome to Campfire Tales! Every two weeks you can enjoy a short story read by one of our contributors. This week we have The Fairy's Midwife, written by W.G Stewart and read by David White ? Support our work on Kofi: ko-fi.com/folklorescotland Thank you to Linley for providing the fabulous artwork for this series! www.linleybarba.com/ Check out our socials to keep in the loop!
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#117 Central Belt Stories | The Crannog
Folklore Scotland
by Folklore Scotland
2M ago
The fairies of the Highlands and Islands and the brownies of the Borders make for a fantastic story, but the Central Belt has its folklore too! This week, we're looking at stories that sprung up around Scotland's Central Belt... Kofi: ko-fi.com/folklorescotland Check out our socials to keep in the loop!
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#116 The Giants Of Braemar | Campfire Tales
Folklore Scotland
by Folklore Scotland
3M ago
We're back ? Welcome to Campfire Tales! Every two weeks you can enjoy a short story read by one of our contributors. This week we have The Giants of Braemar, written by Elizabeth Taylor and read by David White ? Support our work on Kofi: ko-fi.com/folklorescotland Thank you to Linley for providing the fabulous artwork for this series! www.linleybarba.com/ Check out our socials to keep in the loop!
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#113 Stormy Folklore | The Crannog
Folklore Scotland
by Folklore Scotland
5M ago
It was a dark and stormy night... in all of the folktales we discuss in the Crannog this week! Tune into our latest podcast to hear folklore that all dark and stormy ⚡ Kofi: ko-fi.com/folklorescotland Check out our socials to keep in the loop!
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instagram.com/folklorescotland Folklore Scotland is a Scottish registered charity whose aim is to connect the tales of the past with the technology of today. You can visit our website and explore your local folklore at www.folklorescotland.com. If you would like to become one of our voluntary cont ..read more
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