Welcome to World Storytelling Day!
I’m very excited to release my first full length podcast – it’s been a steep learning curve, but I’m really pleased how it’s turned out. I visited Helen East to talk about Duncan, what he was like and why his legacy is still important and relevant today.
So here it is – 45 minutes (ish) of Jack tales and selkies; why Duncan would have been part of Extinction Rebellion and how to shoe a horse with a car tyre.
Search for ‘Taking the Tradition On’ on all major podcast platforms or follow the link here: http://traffic.libsyn.com/takingthet…/Helen_East_Podcast.mp3
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My first podcast is out!
This is a first short podcast while I work out the technology, but hopefully you’ll like and there is a great story from Duncan!
You can download it here: http://traffic.libsyn.com/takingthetraditionon/First_podcast_final_with_Thomas_the_Thatcher.mp3
Or my podcast series is ‘Taking the Tradition On’ and you should be able to find it on all major download sites – here are a couple of links:
As part of my ACE funded project I’m going to be producing a series of podcasts – sharing what I discover on Duncan’s tapes; interviewing eminent artists whose work has been strongly influenced by Duncan; sharing memories, anecdotes and jokes and exploring topics such as how to earn, learn and tell material from a culture that is not your own and transferring skills from one tradition to another
My Zoom and mics have arrived and I can’t wait to head down to London on 22nd October. Cecil Sharpe House are kindly giving me the use of a room so I can have a day of podcast training with the marvellous Hannah Hethmon.