DruidCast - A Druid Podcast Episode 02 A Bardic Bonanza!

This is the second edition of DruidCast, the podcast brought to you by the Order of Bards Ovates and Druids. In this show we have live performances from some of the best of the UK's Bards recorded at the Order's Summer Gathering at Glastonbury Town Hall, 9th June 2007.

Arthur 'ZZ' Birmingham (www.zzbirminghamband.co.uk) plays a Muddy Waters classic.

Keiron Sibley drums his 'Barefoot Boogie'.

Paul Mitchell (www.myspace.com/pagansatire) plays a rousing rendition of the classic folk song John Barleycorn.

We have an exclusive interview with Druid Will Worthington, artist of the Druid Animal Oracle, the DruidCraft Tarot, and the forthcoming Druid Plant Oracle.

More music from Paul Newman (www.iampaulnewman.co.uk) and Damh the Bard (www.paganmusic.co.uk). A great performance from poet Liv Torc, and finishing with a song by Bard Rob Chapman (www.myspace.com/alittlebitofsacred).

Also there is the result of last month's book competition.
Direct download: DruidCast__Show02_OBOD.mp3
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Druidcast Episode 1
Druidcast - the Druid Podcast

Welcome to the webpage for the Druid Podcast - Druidcast - provided by the Order. Your host is Damh the Bard and each episode he will feature poetry, story and song offered by Bards throughout the world. There will also be interviews with people from the Druid tradition, seasonal thoughts, explorations of Celtic mythology and history, reviews, and competitions.

Shownotes for episode 1:
The first show is an introduction to the Order, the three grades, and the Druidic Wheel of the Year. Intro music is 'Hills they are Hollow' by Damh the Bard (http://www.paganmusic.co.uk), the link harp music is 'Hawthorn' by Fred Hageneder (http://www.friendsofthetrees.org.uk), and the backing harp music for the Imbolc poem is 'Wake' by Claire Hamilton (http://www.livingmyths.com).

Throughout the section discussing the seasonal cycles we have used the dates relevant to the Northern Hemisphere, if you are listening from the Southern Hemisphere the dates are reversed, ie the Summer Solstice is on or around the 21st December, not June.

Direct download: Druidcast__Show_1_-_OBOD.mp3
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