Tomorrow, I worry I’ll be Ancient
It can be really difficult to make a myth feel alive for someone that doesn’t have a ton of historical perspective. I love the stories I’ve read of CuChulainn and Finn MacCoumhail and other Celtic legends. But reading the myths themselves is a daunting task for me. It can seem dry, sparse,and without context. Greg breathes life into them. He makes the drama accessible. He makes it feel real. I enjoy some other podcasts, like Jason Weisser’s “Myhts and Legends”. While the more playful and sarcastic approach of that podcast has its charms, I greatly prefer Greg Wright’s dramatic approach. Great sound effects and music selection. Good sound leveling, so you’re not constantly adjusting the volume up and down. If you’re at all interested in world religions or mythology, I highly reccomend this podcast!
Unko Talok via Apple Podcasts · United States of America · 04/07/20
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Knowledgeable and fun, this podcast does a great job keeping my attention and leaving me feeling just a bit smarter afterwards.
Jgrosscat via Apple Podcasts · United States of America · 03/16/20
Just found this podcast! So glad I did! The host discuss such interesting topics and leaving me wanting to hear more. Check it out!
smccarty84 via Apple Podcasts · United States of America · 07/18/21
This is an amazing idea for a podcast, and it’s fun to listen to! If you or someone you know is interested in mythologies - especially some of the more obscure ones! - this is the podcast for you. Looking forward to later episodes!
TheCabbagetroll via Apple Podcasts · United States of America · 03/09/20
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