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Legendary British leader of the late 5th and early 6th centuries

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Sent from Disneyland
SFD126: Sent by Dentzel

Sent from Disneyland

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 15, 2022 10:16


Join me on one of the first Disneyland attractions King Arthur's Carrousel for some history of this Fantasyland standard. Below are some of the regulars on Art Throw Down, Follow all of them on Instagram anyway for great art and postcards in your Instagram feed: hipstadufus luluvision jlynch9923 greenmosspaper georgemailsart state_of_the_funyun RussRomano2021

Right on Radio
King Arthur. Decoded

Right on Radio

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 12, 2022 68:15


King Arthur and the knights of the round table. a very different story to what you were told. Who is the Anti Christ?

Other Life
Chivalry, Christian Vitalism, and Building a Theory Brand on Twitter with Parker from Chivalry Guild

Other Life

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 11, 2022 54:55


The Chivalry Guild is a Twitter account about the theory, history, and aesthetics of chivalry. We're joined by Parker, the creator and author, who explains how chivalry is a theory of Christian vitalism. "Christian men don't have to be bugmen," he explains. We also discuss the strategy and tactics behind launching and building "theory brands" on the internet; how Parker grew the account over its first year; how much writing is necessary to grow a theory account (less than you think), and more.The Chivalry Guild: https://twitter.com/ChivalryGuildOther Life✦ Join 5,500 academics, creators, and investors who read the free Other Life newsletter: https://OtherLife.co✦ If you're working on long-term intellectual work outside of institutions, request an invitation at https://indiethinkers.org

Rebecca Reads
The Marriage of Sir Gawayne Part 1

Rebecca Reads

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 5, 2022 20:53


One of the stories surrounding King Arthur and his knights of the Round Table. It is pretty long, so I have broken it up into two parts. Find out what happens when Arthur blazes into a situation without thinking and learns he can't solve all his problems with a sword or by himself.

Radio Record
Record Club Show #770 (04-01-2022)

Radio Record

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 4, 2022


01. Dada Life, Kyanu - Love Is Coming Down 02. Sofi Tukker, Vintage Culture, John Summit - Drinkee 03. Pavarino - Lambo 04. King Topher, Big Pineapple, Maddow - Friends 05. Firebeatz - Let's Get Down 06. Faulhaber, Noel Holler, Fast Boy - Raining On Me 07. Steve Aoki, Chemical Surf, Zafrir - Siliwa Hay 08. Joshwa, Lee Foss - My Humps 09. Dot N Life - Your Mind 10. Bruno Be, Sandeville, Alexandra Prince - So Many Times 11. Hugo Doche - Take Me Up 12. Atlantic Garden - Temporary 13. Promise Land - It's Over Now 14. Felix Da Housecat, Dave The Hustler, Eirie - Obsession X 15. Lost Minds - Overdose 16. Salvatore Ganacci - Fight Dirty 17. Triple M, Andrew Marks - Can't Let U Go 18. Neon Steve, Dakota Sixx - Don't Call 19. Martin Ikin - Sometimes 20. Ewave, Tictactec - Faster And Faster 21. Reebs - When I See You 22. Return Of The Jaded - Be The Reason 23. Ferreck Dawn, Jem Cooke - Back Tomorrow 24. Don Diablo, Jlv, John K - Problems 25. Castion, Crusy - Take Me Higher 26. Don'T Blink - Sensation 27. G-Pol, Vagan - Pick Up The Phone 28. Tommy Trash, Yolanda Be Cool - Emergency 29. Greg Dela, Donkong - Dreams 30. Different Heaven, Laura Brehm - Solve Your Code 31. Funkin Matt, Tom Breeze - Hope 32. Versus, Praxis, Kathy Brown - Turn Me Out 33. King Arthur, Munnday, Kwesi - I Found You 34. Eric Spike - We've Got Us 35. Disco Fries, Damon Sharpe - React 36. Tian - Far Away 37. Moti, Corsak, Georgia Ku, Willim - Back To You 38. Dave Winnel - Freaking Out

The Time Shifters Podcast
A Connecticut Yankee in King Arthur’s Court (1949)

The Time Shifters Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 4, 2022 60:10


We kick off our year of time travel films with an early example from 1949! Promo: The Test of Time Podcast (https://testoftime.libsyn.com/) Please click, follow, rate and review! https://linktr.ee/TSPandOE_Podcasts All original content of the Time Shifters Podcast is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution-NonCommercial-NoDerivs 3.0 Unported License.(The music used is composed and performed by Mark Mosher (https://markmoshermusic.com) CC BY-NC 3.0)

Kids and Their Dog
Episode 44-Sword and the Scoob

Kids and Their Dog

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 1, 2022


Welcome to Kids and Their Dog, a Scooby-Doo Movie Review and Recap Podcast! As we head into the future, Cassidy and Lava head back in time to Camelot with King Arthur and the Knights of the Round! Or did they???

Right Where You Are Sitting Now
On The Trail of Spring-Heeled Jack with John Mathews

Right Where You Are Sitting Now

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 31, 2021 63:51


After some further technical issues and a death in the family, we return – or ‘spring' if you will – back to our regularly scheduled podcasting regime. This week Ken and Mark sit down with author John Mathews to discuss the legend of Spring-Heeled Jack. Discussed: Who, or what is Spring-Heeled Jack, The significance of the name ‘Jack', SHJ throughout history, some prime suspects, and much much more.   Joining me in the hot-seat this week is Mar(c)k Foster Grab a copy of John's amazing book ‘The Mystery of Spring-Heeled Jack From Victorian Legend to Steampunk Hero Here   Main theme by Simon Smerdon (Mothboy) Music bed by chriszabriskie.com John Mathews Bio: John Matthews, once described as ‘Oxford's answer to all things mythic', has been a professional independent scholar since 1980. He has made a lifetime study of the legends of King Arthur, and more recently of the history of piracy. His list of publications totals over 100, including Pirates (Athenaeum) which was a number one New York Times best seller for 22 weeks and was translated into 18 languages. He has acted as an advisor on several big budget movies, including King Arthur, Pirates of the Caribbean and Prince of Persia. His work on the education DVD to accompany King Arthur won a BAFTA award in 2003.   His best known and most widely read works are ‘Pirates' (Carlton/ Athenaeum),  ‘The Grail, Quest for Eternal Life' (Thames & Hudson, 1981) ‘The Winter Solstice' (Quest Books, 1999) which won the Benjamin Franklin Award for that year, and ‘The Wildwood Tarot' which has sold over half a million copies worldwide and is the second best-selling tarot of all time.. His book ‘Celtic Warrior Chiefs' was a New York Public Library recommended title for young people, and the more recent ‘Arthur of Albion' won a Gold Medal from NAPPA, a gold Moonbeams award and a BIB Golden Apple Award. His love of Tarot and divination began when he devised the best-selling Arthurian Tarot, with Caitlin Matthews in the 1980s. It has sold in the region of 150,000 copies world-wide and had been though three editions. Since then he has worked on and devised a number of successful decks including, The Wildwood Tarot (with Mark Ryan) The Shaman's Oracle and The Camelot Oracle, The Lost Tarot of Nostradamus, The Steampunk Tarot: Gods of the Machine  (with Caitlin Matthews and Wil Kinghan), The Sherlock Holmes Tarot and The Oracle of Dr John Dee. His latest adventuress in Tarot include The Cather Tarot (with Wil Kinghan), The Byzantine Tarot with Cilla Conway, and The Tarot of Light and Shadow with Andrea Aste. Oxford, UK. Jan 2021  

Destiny and Chicken: A Merlin Podcast
The Once And Future Drinking Game - The Death Song of Uther Pendragon

Destiny and Chicken: A Merlin Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 31, 2021 48:40


Website - Tumblr - Twitter  We hope you have a great start to 2022!  Drink every time: Someone on screen drinks A toast is made Someone's life gets saved Merlin calls Arthur ‘Prat' Arthur calls Merlin ‘Idiot' Arthur gets knocked unconscious Arthur looks the other way when magic is used Obvious action/explanation for audience benefit Arthur & Merlin bicker like an old married couple Arthur & Merlin have a bromance moment Someone's angst is large The Dragon is on screen A Horse is on screen Gwaine's Hair (in honour of our friend Aimee) Have a shot everyt time: Telepathy is used Arthur has a ‘King Arthur' moment Arthur pouts Character is too good/pure for this world Please drink responsibly and make sure you know how you're getting home, if you're playing the game at a friend's house. #DestinyAndChicken

Back to the Balcony
Excalibur (1981)

Back to the Balcony

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 31, 2021 45:10


Swords, sorcerers and guest Barry Carter to talk about 1981's Excalibur.This movie about the King Arthur legend is one of Barry's favorite films of all time. Jimmy found it as believable as professional wrestling - which it strongly resembled.

The Spinnerrack's Comics, Film & TV Reviews
KING ARTHUR & THE LEGEND OF THE SWORD - HIT OR MISS THE 2ND TIME? & IT'S PLACE IN THE ARTHURVERSE

The Spinnerrack's Comics, Film & TV Reviews

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 30, 2021 41:11


Marz & Cal review King Arthur & The Legend Of The Sword. Does it deserve a second look. Spinnerrack Out!!! *Manhattan - MNN - 56/1996 (Wednesday 8pm) *Brooklyn - Bric - 79/68 (Saturday 8:30am & 7:30pm) *Bronx - Bronxnet - Channel 68/34 (Wednesday 8pm) *Youtube Channel - https://youtu.be/P1CMJMRGU7s *Instagram - the_spinner_rack *Soundcloud - The Spinner Rack

Keep Calm and Cook On with Julia Turshen
On Baking: King Arthur's Recipe of the Year

Keep Calm and Cook On with Julia Turshen

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 30, 2021 26:36


Julia Turshen talks to David Tamarkin, the Editorial Director of King Arthur Baking, about King Arthur's 2022 Recipe of the Year.Follow-up links:For more about King Arthur Baking, head here.For King Arthur's Ultimate Sandwich Bagels recipe, head here.For more about Julia Turshen, head here.For more about Zoe Kanan's baking, including bagel pop-ups, head here.For more about Pigeon Bagels, head here.For more about Mo's bagels, head here.

HEAVY Music Interviews
THY ART IS MURDER Go FULL TILT, KNIGHT & DAY

HEAVY Music Interviews

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 28, 2021 9:40


Such is the wealth of talent available in this country at the present time that we can hold two separate festivals starting over the space of one month that contain minimal acts featuring on both bills.Knight & Day Festival in Ballarat over December 30 and 31 and the travelling Full Tilt Festival from January to March next year both feature stellar line-ups of some of this countries best established and up and coming acts and the only common denominator between both is one band.Thy Art Is Murder.Which shows the high regard in which the band is held by the powers that be and the punters who see.HEAVY caught up with guitarist Andy Marsh to talk about both shows, starting with the fact it seems Thy Art Is Murder has the current monopoly on major Australian festivals."When you have two years off of doing anything you've gotta get it while you can,” he laughed. “So we'll see which one of these festivals sticks - hopefully it's at least one of them, and hopefully it's more than one of them - but we basically are in that spot now where we just say yes to what we think we can do and we'll see what happens."While both festivals are among the highlights of the touring calendar, the upcoming Knight & Day Festival, and especially the fact it is in it's debut year and will be held inside the walls of Ballarat's Kryal Castle, holds just a little more esteem.""It's pretty sick,” Marsh enthused. “We have played castles before. We've been around the bush over in Europe the last decade. There's talk of CJ (vocalist) dressing up like some kind of King Arthur character or something, so I mean, I don't even know what's gonna happen!"In the full interview, Andy talks more about both festivals, the significance of having to hold bands featuring only Australian bands, CJ's outgoing nature and the fun it brings, getting back into the swing of things with the music world finally opening up and more.

That's my JAMstack
S3E1 - Sean C. Davis on the Jamstack philosophy, NextJS, and more

That's my JAMstack

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 28, 2021


Transcript Bryan Robinson 0:14 Hello, and welcome back to season three of That's My Jamstack. It's amazing that we've been going this long. I know it's been quite a bit since our last episode, but to jog your memories, That's My Jamstack is the podcast asks that time honored and tested question. What is your jam in the Jamstack? I'm your host, Bryan Robinson and we've got a lot of great guests lined up for this season. So without further ado, let's dive in. On today's episode, we talk with Sean C. Davis. Sean is a passionate tinkerer and teacher. He's currently working as a developer experience engineer at stack bit. Bryan Robinson 1:04 All right, Shawn. Well, thanks so much for coming on the show and talking with us today. Sean C. Davis 1:07 Thanks for having me, Brian. Excited to be here. Bryan Robinson 1:09 Awesome. So first and foremost, tell us a little bit about yourself. What do you do for work? And what do you do for fun outside of work Sean C. Davis 1:15 For for work, I am currently the developer experience engineer for stack bit. I've been in the web development space for about a decade or so the first nine years, were all in agency space building agency freelancing, building websites for folks. And just this last year, took a shift into the product space and spending some time with stack bid. And that's that's been so that's super exciting. That's what I've been doing every day. And I'm sure we'll we'll dig into that a bit. For fun on the side. Well, I feel like I'm the I'm the classic developer in the sense that there's always some, there's always some technical thing that's happening on the side. Right now that thing is, it's it's my personal site I've had, I've had a couple of different blogs that I've maintained over the years. And within the last two years or so I've been trying to focus that content, bringing it all into my personal site. But right now, it's still kind of just like a, it's just a, it's a blog, most of most folks who come there, Googled some problem, they get the solution, and it serves those folks really well. But I'm in this transition of trying to make it more of a learning hub. So that's, it's kind of a side project now. But that's but it's still like it's fun, but it's still I don't know, it's where it could still be in a developer. I'm so like, the the other part of me, I've got two little kids at home and like a lot of folks when the pandemic hits kind of focused a lot of energy and attention into the home. So it's various projects around the house or like like many people I am part of the reason you couldn't find flour at the grocery store because I got really into baking for a while and still doing that a little bit to some like some gardening kind of just fun fun stuff around the house. Bryan Robinson 3:06 In your in your baking exploits. Are we talking like bread, baking, pastry baking, but what kind of baking Sean C. Davis 3:13 where I spend most of my time and still doing a little bit today is the classic sourdough loaf. So mostly bread, mostly bread, at least I'm better at the bread. I've done a bit of the Sweet Treats and trying to learn a little bit about the decorating but it's just the presentation isn't my strong suit. So the flavor might be there. I've got a ways to go in the inner desert department. Bryan Robinson 3:37 Yeah, I've got I've got my own sourdough starter and all that. So I definitely feel I actually, I like a time I can be a hipster about something. And so when my son was born, actually so that was six years ago now. So pre pandemic, my wife my birthday that year, two months after he was born he got me a sourdough starter from King Arthur baking and amazing. I lapsed right because obviously like infant and all that and I baked for a little bit but yeah, then started back up during the pandemic as well. Because who, who doesn't want to do that? We're gonna do Yeah, exactly. You got something to focus on. Anyway, I actually love your site. I'm sure that when we do shout outs at the end, we'll talk about that Sean C. Davis calm but one things that came up on the little repeating thing on your homepage is you're afraid of bears and Bs. Is that Is that a thing? Or is that just a funny thing? Sean C. Davis 4:21 Oh, yeah, it's a it's a funny thing. I mean, I I I love both of them, but also am terrified of both that I do. I do. I guess I didn't mention this in the fun thing. I really enjoy hiking and camping. haven't done much camping since having little kids. We're gonna eventually get them out there. But we do a fair amount of hiking. And so yeah, I've had a number of run ins with both bears and bees. And it's terrifying every time but I also very much appreciate and respect them for what they do for us. Yes. Bryan Robinson 4:54 All right. So let's talk a little bit about the Jamstack. So what was your entry point into this space? It seems this idea of Jamstack or static sites or whatever it was at the time. Sean C. Davis 5:03 It that's an interesting question. Because Okay, so if you say, Yeah, entry point into Jamstack, or static sites, if you broke that apart and said, What's your entry point into Jamstack? And what's your entry point into static sites? I have two different answers. So I'll tell you a little bit about the the journey from one to the other. It's, I find it kind of interesting. So it static sites were was the first thing before I knew anything about Jamstack. In fact, before Jamstack was coined, because the gens Jamstack term comes from I think, later in 2015, I believe. So the first agency job, I had built a few sites with middleman, they were originally a PHP shop, and about the time I joined, were transitioning into becoming a Rails shop. And so Ruby was the bread and butter programming language. And there were a few clients that would come on, who didn't want to pay for a CMS or just like they needed something real quick, and it could be static and totally fine. And so we, we were building middleman sites, but deploying, deploying them to like a digital ocean or equivalent, it's still running on a web server still serving up these pages in real time, even though they're just HTML files city like kind of silly, but But there weren't great solid patterns at that time. And about that time, 2013 or so is also when I started building custom content management systems. I built it, I evolved, and I iterated on it. And I think I was looking at this recently, I believe there were four major, different versions that I built over the series, or course of about three or four years in there. And so I'll come back to that. But as I was, so set, this first agency working on middleman, I built a few middleman sites is when I switched to freelancing. And then at this at the last Agency, also, a few middleman sites like middleman kept kept popping up when I was when I was freelancing there. Actually, that's when I built the fourth and final version of that CMS. And at that time, this is probably I think we're talking about 2016, maybe 20. Yeah, I think that seems right 2016. And so the Jamstack term exists, the term headless CMS exists, but I had no idea that these things were things that people were doing. But I had this need, where I had a client who wanted a mobile native application, and a, also a website. And it seemed like a lot of the content was going to overlap. And I was like, Well, I'm building this next version of a CMS, what should it look like? Maybe it should be able to serve both of these. And so I was like, Oh, brilliant, decoupled architecture like this is this is gonna be great. And so that that last CMS I built was API driven. And, and I believe, I believe the website was a middleman site, it, it may have been some other framework, but it was like this Jamstack pattern, but again, still deployed, still using a web server to serve every request. So like missing that, that final piece that that Netlify gives us in the CDN in that instant cache invalidation. So fast forward to this last agency, and we're also a rail shop Sean C. Davis 8:40 and built a few middleman sites. But what happened was, why I think that the 2017, I believe, the the CTO, late 2017, early 2018, our CTO gets wind of the Jamstack. And so this is pre Jamstack. Conference, still really small kind of tight knit community. And we're like, and everything just kind of aligned because we won this work. For a company where it was going to be building them a new marketing website, it was gonna be a fairly big site. But this company also had a product and an internal product team. And that team had already switched to building that product with React. And so and we had heard a little bit about Jamstack. We heard about Gatsby and we're like, Oh, perfect, perfect time. Gatsby is the cool kid in town. Like we can jump all in on the Jamstack we think we can reduce development costs over time. You know, all the all the classic Jamstack benefits like we can get those and so we took a leap. We jumped all in and so that was like that was the real introduction to Jamstack and I find it I find it kind of funny looking back on it now because I spent all those years with Jamstack like patterns and using tool and middleman was part of all of those and then we're like, oh Jamstack, but also switched to JavaScript based frameworks at the same time, which I think a lot of folks went through that pattern. But I don't know if funny to reflect on. Bryan Robinson 10:11 Yeah, definitely. And like that that kind of journey is really interesting. Like in that agency world, the fact that, like you were having defined these patterns on your own, and then this community kind of sprang up next to what you were doing, and then look like we can do those things, maybe even slightly better than than kind of where we are now that we see kind of this broader scope, and there are products out there. That's really, really interesting. And it kind of mirrors on my own journey. I was at an agency when I discovered all this as well and never really implemented at the agency that we had a customer we had a full fledge, like custom content management system that like the agency had built, so never got a big we Sean C. Davis 10:49 did we did too, I don't it was like it was a compelling enough idea to our CTO, that he's like, we're throat, like we're throwing it all out where we're, I, we had a lot of, I mean, you know, there's issues with you, you have to maintain your own software. And it's it's another piece of the stack. And he's like that we were just getting bogged down with this site went down. And there's a bug in this CMS. And I think the crux was, there was one site where we didn't protect the slash admin route, like, should have done that. And we're like, Okay, well, let's, this is a way to never make that mistake. Again. I'm not Bryan Robinson 11:27 gonna speak for you on this. But my advice to anyone listening out there is if you think you should build a content management system, don't just don't do it. Sean C. Davis 11:38 Yes, yes. I don't know if I may have written a post about this at one point, or maybe it was just an idea in my head, but it was gonna be ashes, I should see if I can find it. The idea was, here's how you can build a content management system and my journey and exactly why you shouldn't do it. Like it's, it's, I think the the lesson I have baked in there is, it can be a really powerful experience for learning about content schemas and know how to organize pages and components and like structured data. But it's also just not a good idea to do it. Because there's there are how many dozens or hundreds of companies that are focusing on that problem every single day. Bryan Robinson 12:20 And let's be fair to our past selves, right, like in 2012 2013 weren't as many companies do, and they weren't as fully featured as they are today. I think it's kind of the same thing. A lot of people have probably created their own, like, custom static site generator in the past, like, Oh, I just made a couple include stuff like that. Let's just, oh, but we have them now. From from the middleman and Jekyll times all the way through to all the fancy ones today. Let's fast forward to now. How are you using Jamstack philosophies professionally? And personally? And obviously, you're at stack bet. So probably quite a bit professionally nowadays. Sean C. Davis 12:54 Yeah. Yeah. Interesting. So Stackbit is, I mean, if the Netlify is the Jamstack tool, but also when you think stack bit like stack bit is, exists, because the Jamstack exists. And it's, I know, the, the Jamstack pattern was really powerful and felt like a great entry point for newer developers. But it, it turned out that it was it was kind of difficult, because it's like you could get started really, really kind of simple to get started. Really difficult to go to the next level, which requires stitching together all of these decoupled services. And so stack bit pops up originally three years ago, as a solution to basically say, well, your start, here's the starting point. And it's Netlify and Jekyll and some markdown files or you know, in some styles, something like that, and it has evolved and now as a full fledge visual editor, what's, what's interesting is, we're in a transition where we're just about to release a new version, or the beta version of a new version. And it's still largely following that pattern. It's a really powerful visual editing experience. But the the Jamstack I feel like Jamstack is kind of in this identity crisis sort of mode or, or maybe not like figuring out where they where they fit. You know, what Jamstack actually means and knowing that the web is going to continue to evolve. And so if you, depending when, when this episode gets released, it's like what we, if we look before this release, and what happens after it right now you go to the website, so pre pre release, and like Jamstack is plastered all over it real big, top of the homepage. And I I'm seeing that this, this language is going to shift a little bit and so we're still very much Jamstack tool. Websites are going to get deployed. They're going to be built with next they're going to be static by default. They're going to be deployed To Netlify using Marco. So it's like still, it's still very much Jamstack pattern. But I think how we, how we talk about that might change a little bit. That's, that's professionally and personally, I mentioned, the, the project I'm spending most of time on now is my personal site, that site is built with eleventy. and deploy to Netlify. And using Mark, just local markdown for content. I, I've been thinking a lot about like, well, what's the future of this? For me, if I really want to make this a hub, and I want to make it a content engine? And I'm thinking well, okay, well, eventually, I'm going to have to go to like a next or something like that. But honestly, I every change that I make, I say, Well, okay, well, can I get this done with eleventy? And I consistently finding that the answer is yes, like it has, there's probably a limit to this some point in my future. But right now, I'm in love with, but eleventy is giving me and so I've kind of have this classic Jamstack pattern happening on the side and loving that Bryan Robinson 16:08 perfectly. And then I mean, I can go on and on about love. And it is it is kind of where I'm at in the last of two and Zach Leatherman, the creator of 11. D, recently just even showed like gated content with 11, D serverless. And so like the, the line is blurring about what 11 D can and can't do, it used to be pretty solid, like there was a pretty solid point where like 11 D didn't serve you anymore. Little little iffy. Now, Sean C. Davis 16:30 I think that the big question for me was, oh, there were two. So one is that I'm I built my own kind of component system using nunchucks shortcodes in and so like, you have this smart transformers that make it nice and easy to work with. But it's I mean, it's still a little clunky, I would love to be able to use something like reactors felt and then hydrate them on the fly as needed. And fortunately, we have been homes and slinky, working on that exact problem. So that's really exciting to follow that. And then the second question I had, and second hurdle I thought I was going to run into was authentication, I don't need it now. But my plan is to start to build out some courses, and some of them will be free, and you don't have to track them. And other ones, you know, I feel like well down the road, I'm going to want people to people are gonna want to sign in, they're gonna want to track their progress, maybe some of them are paid. And just this last week, a video came out where Zach was going through the process of showing authentication with 11. D. And now I'm like I, I mean, I feel like the wall I'm going to hit now has less to do with features, and is probably going to have more to do with how many files can we read from the file system? And but I also think that it's getting smarter in terms of incremental builds. And so maybe I don't hit that. Well, I don't know. I'm gonna keep pushing it. We'll see what happens. Bryan Robinson 17:58 Yeah, that wall becomes smaller and further and smaller and further. Yeah, that's right. That's right. All right. So we've talked about a few technologies. We've talked about a few methodologies. But what would you say currently? Is your jam in the Jamstack? What's your favorite service? Maybe its stack, but are your favorite framework or philosophy? What what makes you love working in the Jamstack? Sean C. Davis 18:19 Yeah, talk philosophically for a minute, I suppose. Yeah. So what I really loved about the Jamstack, especially in the early days of me discovering it, I'm thinking pre NextJs. JS blowing up. So like 2019. And before? Is that it? To me, it was it's, well, it's still very much this way like you. It's a methodology. It's not a prescription say this all the time. And there's something really powerful in that in that if here's a pattern that we think is a really strong way to build websites that it's it improves the developer experience, and delivers great experience for end users. But you can use whatever tool you think is best for your particular project. And I what I've realized is as the web continues to evolve, is that the there were more kind of guardrails on what Jamstack is than I originally thought, like there, there are more opinions baked in than I originally was, was seeing. However, it's still within within those guardrails and within that pattern, very open and, and not not prescriptive in terms of tooling. And I think what that has led to that even though the community is led by a product in in Netlify, that it's very open in talking about what tools you can use in the space. It's really everyone's really respectful in that space and empowering and so just like the My Favorite I'd love to philosophy itself, the community that came out of that philosophy. It's is like a really, really great thing to be involved in. But I think in terms of tooling, yeah, I can't. I mean, I love stack. But that's why it's why I'm at stack, but I think it's a, it's a great, I do think it's a great entry point into the Jamstack. space. And it it's, it's a such a unique tool that it can serve. The personal blogger, especially someone who isn't super technically savvy, wants to learn a little development. But it can also serve a serve enterprises that have hundreds 1000s of pages, but are storing those in Contentful, or Sanity, some other headless CMS. But really, I keep coming back to eleventy. Especially, there was some news in the last couple of weeks where Rich Harris, the creator of spelt joined, we joined Vercel. Right, so so it's he gets to work on it full time. It's still community driven, but it still also kind of feels a little bit like funding from Vercel. And with that, I, I don't Okay, I don't know if this is entirely accurate. But it's, I think of the group of static site generators or front end frameworks, popular front end frameworks today. The vast majority of them are funded by or have some ulterior motive for where they're there. The people are working for some particular company. And so even though they're open source, they're, I mean, I don't I'm not saying that they've done their communities to services in any way. But eleventy what I love about eleventy is that it is it for now. I mean, today, it's all about the community it is it is very much driven by the community. And it is. And I just I love the way that Zach leads that project. It's, it's really exciting. And similar to what I said about a stack bit and what we just mentioned about eleventy, it's, it's great, because you can get started and know if you know HTML, like you can, you're good, you can build a website, and you can just you can fly. And then you can you can piece together things a little bit at a time, like learn a little bit of nunchucks. Or eventually if we have if when slinky gets to version one, and maybe it's like maybe you just dip your toes into React and, and, but that it also seems like it's going to it's scaling well for a handful of folks. And so it's not like you learn it as an entry level tool. I think that's that's where it was for a while, like a great entry level tool. And then our I don't want to build a serious site. So I'm going to go get a serious framework. It's starting to become a serious framework, and, but without necessarily raising the barrier to entry. And I think that's, that's really cool. So that's, yeah, I just, I feel like I'm just gonna keep talking about stack bid and 11. D all day. Bryan Robinson 23:07 Yeah, no, that doesn't that that's a great combo. Anyway. Um, I also think it's entering you said, like, you know, rich, rich chains go into Vercel. And, I mean, Zack Letterman's at Netlify. But he's building sites for Netlify. And so I think the interesting thing that's happened there is that he's learned what a company the size of Netlify needs out of some of what it's doing. And that's what's been kind of powering is not that Netlify has been prescribing what he needs. But Zack as a developer using 11. D to build sites for an enterprise level company now knows more about what what 11 D needs for that area. I think that's an interesting bit of information that he's kind of feeding back into the the 11 D framework. That's Sean C. Davis 23:51 a great point. Absolutely. Bryan Robinson 23:53 All right, so let's shift gears a little bit. Let's go away from technology and let's let's find out what is your actual jam right now? What's your favorite song or musician? Or what are you listening to day in day out? Sean C. Davis 24:04 Alright, so I had I had to look this up because I'm I am all over the board in terms of music and I haven't hadn't been listening to as much recently as I have in the past it you know, excluding like, all the all the Disney soundtracks that are on all the time, kids. Okay, so just to tell you how weird my, my taste in music is. I was like, alright, well, what are what are a few of the what are a few of the albums that have been on in the last week or two? Okay, so I've had gone all the way back to the Beatles revolver. I love that one. Okay, then what I'm almost like chronologically What have I done? I put on I put on Jay Z's Black Album. I had. I forget what it's called is Sturgill. Simpson. He released a couple blue grass albums, I think I think they're called cutting grass. Maybe not. Do you know? I do not know. Okay. Blue Grass. And then what did I have? I've had the newer Lord and Taylor Swift albums on as well. So I'm like, all over all over the place all over the Bryan Robinson 25:18 place. Yeah. That's awesome. That's I mean, it's variety is the spice of life, right? Sure. Yes. Yes. I love that. Now, it's kind of open forum, right? Is there anything that you that you are doing right now you stack that whomever that you want to promote and get out into the Jamstack. Community. Sean C. Davis 25:34 I mentioned a little bit earlier, this this idea of the the Jamstack identity crisis. And I try to talk about this without sounding disparaging or critical, because I actually think it's a good thing. And I think there's a lot to come in come from being from the community being introspective and figuring out who we are. And so I had, I've had lots of conversations around this topic throughout the year. And in, in doing so what a few of us realized is that the, it? You know, I think we all kind of have a little bit of different opinion of like, well, where's the line? What exactly does Jamstack mean, but maybe it doesn't, maybe it doesn't totally matter. But it's still, like, like we talked about earlier, like, there's still a there's still that the the guardrail is in a sense, like, there, there is an established pattern, in a way to build websites, the web is going to continue to evolve, and it won't necessarily be the cool thing on the cool kid on the block forever. But that, that that community can still exist. So what what a few of us have done is we said, Okay, well, what if we step outside of that? And to say, What if we created a space where folks could talk about all sorts of different patterns and ways to build websites, and Jamstack and all of the tools and variations within within that community is part of that discussion, but it's not the only part of that discussion. So there's also folks who are building rail sites and are choosing rails for a good reason or choosing full stack WordPress for for a good reason. I'm sure there's a good reason in there somewhere. Maybe. And so it's it's goofy, and it's brand new, but it's called good websites club. And it's at you can visit the bare bones website. It's good websites dot club. And so we're there's, it's just a tiny discord community with a little bit of chatter now, but there are there are some grand visions for it. There's someone who's talking about conference and 20, to 23, maybe some, maybe some various meetups throughout there. Personally, I am starting a show that I'm calling the the good websites show, and I don't know exactly what it's gonna be, it's gonna, it'll evolve. But it's, it's gonna start as a live just like a live interview show. And in kind of, we'll talk about, yeah, grab various folks from around different communities and talk about problems they have solved on the web, all kind of in a way to help inform developers or even marketers, content editors just have different different patterns, different ideas that are out there, and kind of kind of help them hone in on what exactly they are. They're going after, and I think we'll see, my prediction is we're gonna see it largely be, there's, there's gonna be this huge fear to draw a Venn diagram, like a lot of overlap with Jamstack in the beginning, and maybe it evolves, I don't really know. But that's, I'm kind of excited to see where that goes, while also being really heavily invested in Jamstack. And seeing how that evolves, because this, this recent announcement of Netlify got got their next series of funding, and they're gonna pump $10 million investing in the Jamstack. And that is really exciting. I cannot wait to see what that means for the community. So that's, I'm working on Yeah, like, websites club, but but, but also really excited for the Jamstack at same time, Bryan Robinson 29:25 absolutely cool. I'm now a member of the discord as of two months ago. So I'm really excited to see that everyone else listening should go go sign up as well. And then keep an eye out for Shawn doing good websites show in the future as well. So Shawn, thanks so much for taking the time to talk with us today. And we look forward to seeing more amazing stuff you in the future. Sean C. Davis 29:46 Alright, thanks for having me, Bryan. Bryan Robinson 29:48 Thanks again to our guest and thanks to everyone out there listening to each new episode. If you enjoy the podcast, be sure to leave a review rating star heart favorite whatever it is in your podcast app of choice. Until next time, keep doing amazing things on the web. And remember, keep things jammy Intro/outtro music by bensound.com Support That's my JAMstack by contributing to their Tip Jar: https://tips.pinecast.com/jar/thats-my-jamstack

The Film Buds
Episode 200: The Green Knight with Henry

The Film Buds

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 24, 2021 65:02


Hello and Merry Christmas film buds, This week we have a very special episode for y'all. Not only are we celebrating our 200th episode, but we are joined by the original host and creator of The Film Buds Podcast, Henry. While he's been away, he hasn't seen much, but when he said he saw David Lowery's The Green Knight, we knew we'd found our Christmas movie for the week. In the episode we discuss and review The Green Knight, as well as discuss the history of King Arthur and Sir Gawain's myths, What We're Watching, and more. There are many things to be grateful for this time of year, but we're grateful for the gift of your continued support and listenership. Merry Christmas to all those celebrating, and to those who aren't we wish you safety, comfort, and joy. Thanks y'all, The BudsPS Check out last week's episode, as well as our regular episode on David Lowery's earlier work and our bonus episode featuring Pete's Dragon. Episode GuideIntro - 00:11The Green Knight Clip - 05:17Arthurian Romance Lesson - 06:24The Green Knight Review - 09:50What We're Watching and Outro - 52:00Total Runtime - 01:05:02Be a Friend to the Film Buds:thefilmbuds.comthefilmbudspodcast@gmail.compatreon.com/thebudsthefilmbuds.bandcamp.com@filmbuds on Twitter@thefilmbudspodcast on Instagram

Lore & Legend : Tales From Our Mythic Past
The Knights Who Stole Christmas · Christmas Special · Part IV

Lore & Legend : Tales From Our Mythic Past

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 23, 2021 40:55


King Arthur's festive merriment is disturbed by the revelation that someone has been stealing from his Treasury, and have left behind an unfortunate gift... Welcome to the 2021 Christmas Special, Part 4 of 4. Featuring 'The Hunting of the Wren' performed by Finnegan Tui. EPISODE NOTES: https://www.loreandlegend.co.uk/ AUDIO CREDITS: Lore & Legend Themes by Robert Bentall. “Hunting The Wren” performed by Finnegan Tui Written by Ian Lynch, John Murphy, Radie Peat, Cormac Dermody, Darragh Lynch Published by Beggars Music Limited Courtesy of Finnegan Tui Finnegan Tui https://www.instagram.com/finnegantui https://www.tiktok.com/@finnegantui https://twitter.com/FinneganTui https://www.youtube.com/c/FinneganTui https://www.facebook.com/FinneganTui Lankum http://lankumdublin.com/ https://lankum.bandcamp.com/ https://twitter.com/LankumDublin Beggar Group Ltd. https://www.beggars.com/ 'Christmas Day' by Derek Fiechter on Album: Winter Wonderland 'Winter Festival' by Brandon & Derek Fiechter on Album: Christmas Land 'The Black Knight' by Brandon & Derek Fiechter on Album: Medieval Times 'Kitchen Hearth' by Brandon Fiechter on Album: Medieval Times 'The Dark Wanderer' by Brandon Fiechter on Album: Winter Whisperers 'King of the Pixies' by Brandon & Derek Fiechter on Album: Treefolk Brandon & Derek Feichter Music on: Bandcamp: https://calebhennessy.bandcamp.com/ Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/calebhennessyscompositions YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/user/slavetofreedom216/videos 'The Tree of Gold (Broceliande Forest)' by Caleb Henessey on Album: Pendragon 'The Empty Seat at the Round Table' by Caleb Henessey on Album: Pendragon Caleb Hennessy Compositions on: Bandcamp: https://calebhennessy.bandcamp.com/ Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/calebhennessyscompositions YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/user/slavetofreedom216/videos Additional incidental music, background ambience and sound effects by multiple authors sourced from Freesound.org. ----------------------------------- || Keep up to date with the podcast by visiting www.loreandlegend.co.uk and following us on Facebook and Twitter. || Website: https://www.loreandlegend.co.uk || Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/ofloreandlegend/ || Twitter: https://www.twitter.com/ofloreandlegend --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/loreandlegend/message

Radio Record
Record Club Show #764 (22-12-2021)

Radio Record

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 21, 2021


01. Neon Steve, Dakota Sixx - Don't Call 02. Esh, Kaan Pars - Sometimes 03. Castion, Laura West - Want To Feel 04. Jack Wins, Joe Stone, Jake Tarry - Light Up My Life 05. Chapter & Verse - Let Me Hear You 06. Promise Land - It's Over Now 07. Bruno Be, Sandeville, Alexandra Prince - So Many Times 08. Ellis Moss, Max Styler, Salena Mastroianni - How It Feels 09. Eric Spike - We've Got Us 10. Dober - Cream 11. Bart B More, Carola - The Beat Drops 12. King Arthur, Munnday, Kwesi - I Found You 13. Greg Dela, Donkong - Dreams 14. Versus, Praxis, Kathy Brown - Turn Me Out 15. Bougenvilla, Tmw - Wild Ones 16. Salvatore Ganacci - Fight Dirty 17. Sessi D, Stas Simple, Francky D - Stand Up 18. Don'T Blink - Sensation 19. Plastik Funk, Relanium, Deen West - San Francisco 20. Timothy Allen - Work My Body 21. Afrojack, Dlmt, Dave Summit, Castnowski - Wish You Were Here 22. Thomas Nan, One Of Six - Been A While 23. Tungevaag, Kid Ink, Retrovision - Ride With Me 24. Kiral - The Ride 25. Raven & Kreyn, Deekey, M7Stic - Time To Shine 26. Kream, Sammy Porter - Take Control 27. Diseptix - Pup It Down 28. Triple M, Andrew Marks - Can't Let U Go 29. Martin Ikin, Hayley May - How I Feel 30. Menshee - My Mind 31. Oliver Heldens, Shungudzo - Freedom for my People 32. Madison Mars, Ralph Aiden - Already Gone 33. Shoeba, Mattn, Selva, Different Stage - Anyway 34. Don Diablo - Cheque 35. Tiara, Tanishq, Swatkat - Fire 36. Melyjones, Bcmp - My Heart 37. Eats Everything, Frankco Harris - Bobby And Ken 38. Dj Snake, Malaa - Ring The Alarm

The A24 Project
125 - Bel 'The Green Knight' Friósi Interview

The A24 Project

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 20, 2021 36:37


"What is it like to be a giant in David Lowery's The Green Knight?"Lee is joined by Bel Friósi who she shares with us the process that went into physically transforming into a giant and her experience working on the set of The Green Knight to create one of the films most memorable moments.

The Nerd Party - Master Feed
125 - Bel 'The Green Knight' Friósi Interview

The Nerd Party - Master Feed

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 20, 2021 36:37


"What is it like to be a giant in David Lowery's The Green Knight?" Lee is joined by Bel Friósi who she shares with us the process that went into physically transforming into a giant and her experience working on the set of The Green Knight to create one of the films most memorable moments.

Old Father Williams - A Storytelling Man
Sir Gareth & The Lady Lynette

Old Father Williams - A Storytelling Man

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 20, 2021 12:43


Please forgive the late posting of this episode.  Real life occasionally gets in the way... I'll try not to let it happen again.  Today's take is a somewhat lesser known of story of a somewhat letter known Knight of King Arthur's Round Table, Sir Gareth  was the youngest son of King Lot & Queen Morgause, Arthur's half-sister. making Sir Gareth Arthur's nephew & brother to Sirs Gawain, Agravain, & Gaharis,  Queen Morgause, King Arthur's half-sister, thus making him Arthur's nephew, as well as brother to Gawain, Agravain, & Gaheris, & either a brother or half-brother of Mordred. Talk about complicated relationships!

Land of Nod | Kid's stories
The Sword in the Stone!

Land of Nod | Kid's stories

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 16, 2021 9:44


Here is another well-loved tale that I hadn't heard in years, and rediscovering it was a joy! This classic has its roots in Excalibur, the name given to the sword of King Arthur! The story goes that as a boy, Arthur alone was able to draw the sword out of a stone in which it had been magically fixed. A book called Merlin, written all the way back in 1200 was the first to mention the "sword in the stone" . In another version of the story, it is said the sword was given to Arthur by the Lady of the Lake - and upon his death in battle, a hand reached out of the lake to take back the sword that had kept him safe all through the years - Maybe sometime soon we can hear that story too!Please Subscribe, rate and review!Bonus Material available weekly on Patreon! https://www.patreon.com/landofnodlearning?fan_landing=trueJoin us on Instagram!https://www.instagram.com/landofnodlearningJoin our Facebook page!https://www.facebook.com/landofnodlearningListen on Apple podcastshttps://podcasts.apple.com/ie/podcast/land-of-nod-kids-stories/id1539956312Listen on Spotify https://open.spotify.com/show/69uOzUlxEwNaoCnkMV92OUListen on Castboxhttps://castbox.fm/channel/Land-of-Nod-%7C-Kid's-stories-id3807844?country=iebuy our wonderful new children's book, LEAVE SOME SEA FOR ME! here - https://www.landofnodlearning.com/Support the show (https://www.patreon.com/landofnodlearning?fan_landing=true) See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.

Prolly Shoulda Known Better
A KID IN KING ARTHUR'S COURT (or, Game of Pwns)

Prolly Shoulda Known Better

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 9, 2021 81:24


SUPPORT THE SHOW AT ko-fi.com/prollyshoulda After Tony and Nadia finish cleaning up the respective floods that happened in each of their homes as divine punishment for podcasting, they dive through the magic time tunnel to this phoned-in Thomas Ian Nicholas vehicle that also stars...wait, Kate Winslet is in this? Daniel Craig has a bowl cut? What the hell? Tony brings back the “Are There Sequels?” segment. Nadia ponders what would happen if a medieval peasant ate a Snickers bar. Our theme song is "USA" by Jeff Rosenstock; Jeff's music is distributed under a Creative Commons license and available at quoteunquoterecords.com . This week's outro music is Radiohead's “Fake Plastic Trees” as covered by Shahar Erez.

Blackbird9s Breakfast club
Last Hero Journey Of Robert Bly - Blackbird9 Podcast

Blackbird9s Breakfast club

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 9, 2021 122:04


Welcome to Blackbird9's Breakfast Club's Wednesday podcast, "Last Hero Journey Of Robert Bly". Tonight we look at the life of Poet and Men's Movement Leader Robert Bly. https://www.blackbird9tradingposts.org/2021/12/08/last-hero-journey-of-robert-bly-blackbird9/In the First Hour we cover the chaotic events brought on by the teachings of the Frankfurt School Marxists. Their mission has always been to establish a Greater Israel ruled by globalism under the direction of Talmudic Noahide Law and at the same time force all other nations to surrender their independent sovereignty. In the second hour of "Last Hero Journey Of Robert Bly" the host examines the life and works of Poet Robert Bly ( 23 December 1926 - 21 November 2021). From the Epic of Gilgamesh, the tales of Brave Ulysses, the Quest for the Golden Fleece by Jason and The Argonauts, the Labors of Hercules, the adventures of King Arthur and the Knights of the Round Table, the Love Poems of Rumi, the Collective Unconsciousness Archetypes of Carl G. Jung, the Fairy tale symbolism of Marie Louise von Franz, the Hero with a Thousand Faces of Joseph Campbell, the American Tall Tales of Paul Bunyan and Babe The Blue Ox, to the 1990 reboot of the fable of Iron John that became a Rallying Cry of the Modern Men's Movement, the host discussed the history and importance of Tales of The Hero's Journey to a healthy society.

Knerds of the Roundtable
We're Still Friends . . . Right? - A Review of King Arthur

Knerds of the Roundtable

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 8, 2021 59:32


On this episode the Knerds review King Arthur. Directed by Antoine Fuqua and starring Clive Owen, Kiera Knightley, and a great cast.

Claret and Big Blue
Episode 51 - King Arthur Reigns Over Chelsea, Is Jake Fromm State Farm the Giants New Franchise QB and more

Claret and Big Blue

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 8, 2021 64:42


This week Mike and Alex talk about another miserable loss for the New York Giants as back-up QB gets injured, plus West Ham defeat the Champions of Europe with King Arthur Masuaku scoring a screamer with 3 minutes to go! Opening Theme Credit: Upbeat Forever by Kevin MacLeod Link: https://incompetech.filmmusic.io/song/5011-upbeat-forever License: http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/4.0/

Radio Record
Record Club Show #757 (07-12-2021)

Radio Record

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 7, 2021


01. Dont Blink, Redux Saints - Can You Relate 02. Volac - Naughty Water 03. Dober - Cream 04. Dont Blink, Redux Saints - Can You Relate 05. Leandro Da Silva, Sam Stray Wood - Get Lit 06. King Arthur, Munnday, Kwesi - I Found You 07. Different Heaven, Laura Brehm - Solve Your Code 08. Pontifexx, Des3Ett, Amanda Collis - Blinded 09. Black V Neck, Dipzy - Si Tu Sabe 10. Voost - Sometimes It Hurts 11. King Topher, Melyjones, Savalla - Loco 12. Dave Winnel - Freaking Out 13. Low Steppa - Make It Through 14. Tiesto, Killfake - MONEY 15. John Dahlback, Nicky Romero - Pyramid 16. Roger Sanchez, Oliver Heldens - Another Chance 17. Tujamo, Pbh & Jack - Nasty 18. Castion, Laura West - Want To Feel 19. Bingo Players, Oomloud, Seb Mont - Holiday 20. Martin Ikin, Hayley May - How I Feel 21. Redfield - Rectify 22. Andrea Marino, Stereoliez - Move 23. Bynon, Dave Summit - Want Me 24. Adam Delight - Bassline 25. Galoski - Switch 26. Damon Hess, Wayne Lineker, Chloe Ferry, Mila Falls - I Love You 27. Simon Fava, Blaze & Ollen - A Little Party 28. Bcmp - Complicated 29. Kream, Sammy Porter - Take Control 30. Curbi - Open Your Mind 31. Almero, Jodie Knight - Starlight 32. Buitano - No Crime 33. Manyfew - Get Close (Record Mix) 34. Castnowski - Take Me Down 35. Fish Scale, Lucid - WOAH 36. Faulhaber, Noel Holler, Fast Boy - Raining On Me 37. Mr.Black - After Party 38. Don Diablo, Ty Dolla $Ign - Too Much To Ask

We Are West Ham Podcast
162: All hail King Arthur the Chelsea slayer. Long live the King.

We Are West Ham Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 7, 2021 149:33


West Ham United's dream season just keeps going as the Hammers beat Chelsea 3-2 at the London Stadium They also made it nine games without a victory against Brighton since the last podcast but we won't talk about that. Actually Will Pugh and James Jones do talk about both of those games and much more in this bumper episode of the pod. The lads hail King Arthur Masuaku and his goal against the Blues, rue that ridiculous record against the Seagulls make their Betway charity bet selections and then look forward to the next two games this week. They start with Thursday's dead rubber Europa League game against Dinamo Zagreb at London Stadium before Joe from the Turfcast dials in to chat about Sunday's visit to Turf Moor in the Premier League. The boys finish up with a look ahead to West Ham Women's trip to Everton on Sunday before some final thoughts and saying goodbye for another week. And there is also some bonus content ahead of the Burnley game right at the end. You can follow the podcast here:   Twitter: @We Are_West Ham. Facebook: We Are West Ham podcast. Instagram: @WeAreWestHamPod The lads can be found @WilliamPugh_ and @ByJamesJones. WATCH the show and subscribe to We Are West Ham's YouTube channel HERE. And you can support the podcast or buy the lads a beer HERE at buymeacoffee/com/wearewestham.   Do SUBSCRIBE, RATE, SHARE and REVIEW the pod and tell your friends about us. This episode is sponsored by FootballPrizes.co.uk. And we've also partnered with Manscaped to offer our valued listeners 20% OFF + Free Shipping with promo code WEAREWESTHAM at MANSCAPED.com! #ad    #COYI #WHUFC #WAWH #WEAREWESTHAM 

Classic Ghost Stories
S02E62 Sir Gawain & The Green Knight

Classic Ghost Stories

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 6, 2021 126:39


Sir Gawain & The Green Knight Sir Gawain and The Green Knight is the original Christmas Ghost Story. Or technically a supernatural story set at Christmas in the kingdom of Logres ruled by King Arthur. It's pretty gothic. This is a prose translation of a Middle English poem called Sir Gawain and The Green Knight. The translation by Jessie Weston was published in 1898 and though it is certainly not Middle English she has left enough archaic words in to keep that flavour. Jessie Weston herself was born in 1850 in Surrey, England, the daughter of a tea merchant. When she was young the family moved to Bournemouth off England's south coast and she began writing there. She studied in Hildesheim in Germany and in Paris and at the Crystal Palace School of Art in South London.   She was most famous for her studies of Arthurian romances and the Grail legend where she put forth the ideas that the material was actually pre-Christian and pagan in origin. T S Eliot's The Wasteland was influenced by Weston's Arthurian studies.  The Green Knight as it stands was composed no later than the end of the 14th Century (the date of the manuscript) and may be much older. The language is Mercian influenced Middle English, probably from Lancashire. The boundary between Mercian and Northumbrian Old English runs through Lancashire and its dialect is influenced by both, but South Lancashire and Cheshire have Midlands' such as pronouncing the ‘g' in ‘king' and ‘thing'. If you're interested in Old English dialects, check out Simon Roper's Youtube Channel for a real treat.  The poem shows signs of oral storytelling with the rich, detailed descriptions that run in sequences and would probably delight an audience as they were elaborated.  The themes are of honour and courage, as befitted the courtly audience, but also of love and fashion, which traditionally interest ladies. Tricky subject these days, but that was the established view for centuries. Things change. I for one embrace change, while I mourn what it lost. I'm a bit like the VoiceOver by Galadriel at the start of the Fellowship of The Ring movie. There are folkloric features which Weston perhaps emphasis because she was interested in them: He bears a holly bough to symbolise life and rebirth. He pole vaults over water as fairies can't normally cross running water. The bargain is for a year and a day which is in all good fairy tales.  The motif of the talking head appears again and again in Celtic stories: Bran the Blessed, and Bricriu's Feast from the Ulster Cycle where the beheading challenge is seen. Of course the severed head is seen on a platter in the Perceval/Parsifal/Peredur Stories. The old lady in the castle is the famous with Morgana La Fee. “I trow” is “I think” or “I believe” “In sooth” is “truly”, “really” ‘fo sho' “Wit, wot, witen' are 'to know' . So “ I wit” is cognate with the German “Ich weiss” or the Dutch “ek weet” “List” is “like” or “please” “As he may list”  “As he pleases” “Welkin” is sky. “Hearken” is “hear, or listen to” Going through the recording as I edit, it strikes me that perhaps the green lace on the axe is the one that Gawain later gets from the lady and transpires to have been the knight's. It was the magic of this lace that allowed him to survive the blow. Not sure why I didn't figure that before. This is just what a modern author would be: place an item and bury it in detail so its significance isn't grasped until much later. It's mainly showing not telling too. We get some insight into Gawain's thinking, but mostly the situations are simply described and we infer internal motivations and ruminations from what we hear. Described. I also think it's unfair of the Green Knight to chide Gawain for cowardice, comparing his fearlessness when faced with the axe. The Green Knight knew he had a magic item that would protect him, so of course he wasn't scared. Unfair, I say. Unfair. You will note... Support this podcast

Schmoedown Classic
Shazam vs King Arthur (Teams Title Match)

Schmoedown Classic

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 4, 2021 50:07


The Teams Title is on the line. Shazam is one of the most dominant teams in Schmoedown history and is many fans' pick for greatest of all time. But, they face two star rookies who are undefeated in the Schmoedown after winning the Teams Tournament. Can King Arthur keep their streak alive, or will Shazam break their Schmoedown Spectacular curse? The Schmoedown on Social Media: ► Follow on Twitter: https://twitter.com/theschmoedown ► Like on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/theschmoedown ► Follow on Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/theschmoedown More on TheSchmoedownLive.com: https://www.theschmoedownlive.com Follow Kristian Harloff https://bit.ly/31PePMD Follow Mark Ellis https://bit.ly/31OBrwV Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

Amazingly Terrible

Review of King Arthur and the Knights of Justice  #7 The Warlord Knight. The episode that traveled thru time to lay siege to your ears.

Friday Knight Fights
Episode 7: Gerry Knows Best

Friday Knight Fights

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 3, 2021 23:48


Anthony gets some mystical advice. Meanwhile, one year earlier, Gerry goes all in with King Arthur. Friday Knight Fights was created by Ashton Lorelle, Co-written and Edited by Hannah Steele, Produced by Strummer Steele, And Directed by CM Bullock and Hannah Steele. Original Music and Sound Design was by Tyler Gonelli, And Art by William Walker. This episode featured Ian Kennedy as Arthur, Ashton Lorelle as Eliotte, And Charlie “Rat” Sutton as Lynn, Along with Holden Kennedy as Anthony, Tyler Gonelli as Gerry, and Joshua Klopp as Left. For more Friday Knight Fights content, visit us on Twitter @fkftweets, Instagram @fkfgrams, Tumblr @fridayknightfights, and like us on Facebook. Thanks for listening. See you Friday! --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/fridayknightfights/support

What's Cookin' Today on CRN
Gift Ideas For The Whole Family, Celebrating Everyday Heroes At St. Supery Winery, The New Cookbook ‘The King Arthur Baking Company: Essential Cookie Companion'

What's Cookin' Today on CRN

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 3, 2021


Who Did That Voice
Episode 32 - Andrew Kavadas (Arthur King) from King Arthur and the Knights of Justice

Who Did That Voice

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 3, 2021 37:08


Join me as we take a journey back to the time of King Arthur and his Knights of Justice. On this exciting interview I am talking with actor Andrew Kavadas the man behind the voice of Arthur King from King Arthur and the Knights of Justice. This was by far one of my absolute favorite animated shows growing up as it dealt with Arthurian Legend, King Arthur. History has always been one of my favorite subjects and that combined with an amazing voice cast, dealing with King Arthur and his Knights in a unique and mythical way was mind blowing as a kid. If you haven't seen this series I highly recommend King Arthur and the Knights of Justice to anyone and everyone. I have always thought the concept of this show would make an excellent live action movie. Anyway, not only did Andrew voice King Arthur aka Arthur King. He also voiced Simon Belmont on Captain N: The Game Master. I hope you enjoy todays episode. You can find Who Did That Voice the podcast on all podcasting platforms, on social media and on YouTube.Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/whodidthatvoiceTwitter: https://twitter.com/whodidthatvoiceInstagram: https://www.instagram.com/whodidthatvoiceTikTok: https://www.tiktok.com/@whodidthatvoiceYouTube: https://www.youtube.com/whodidthatvoice24 

Twin Cities by Night
Episode 591 Pendragon RPG ”Blood and Lust” Chapter 9

Twin Cities by Night

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 1, 2021 42:21


A poor soul of noble origins. A squire tested in battle. A knight errant forged in Camelot. Man strengthened by love.     Join Adam as Sir Golliston and Craig as the Game Master in "Blood and Lust", a King Arthur duet game of chivalry and mythic adventure!   If you would like to support the podcast stop by our Patreon https://www.patreon.com/TwinCitiesbyNight Come by and visit our Discord! https://discord.gg/T9zeN9p Check us out on iTunes: https://itunes.apple.com/us/podcast/twin-cities-by-night/id1246523585?mt=2 Find us on Twitter! https://twitter.com/Twin_Cities_VtM Find us on Facebook https://www.facebook.com/TwinCitiesByNight/ Find us on YouTube https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCBUyj7h-xIhwsM3kHK56SRA

Real Human Bings
Episode 43 - Four Balls is a "I'm Walken Here!" (10/1/21)

Real Human Bings

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 27, 2021 95:53


Hey! I'm Walken here! Jacob is in a Real Human Field Trip at the Big Apple and he went to three baseball games in that time - the Yankees, the Mets, and the minor league team, the Brooklyn Cyclones! Which one was the definitive best that you should attend if you can only do one? Don't worry, he made a rubric and is going to walk through it with you, and his best buddy Aulden! After that, a new segment called, Into the Vault, where there's a previously unreleased bonus the Bings forgot about... Get a glimpse into sleepy minds and Aulden's thoughts on the phrase "Have a Nice Day!" Lastly, we pick out some picks for Picks of the Week! Endnotes: Spoilers, but of course Jacob liked the Cyclones the most - https://www.milb.com/brooklyn Mariya's from Ukraine actually and the song is a remix of her song... So I didn't do a factcheck obviously - https://genius.com/artists/Mariya-chaykovskaya At the time, "Have A Nice Day" got a bunch of western media buzz. It's worth a watch I'd say - https://www.npr.org/2018/01/25/579763911/in-the-brutal-animated-film-have-a-nice-day-nobody-does Luna was called a "Bedpop" artist which is a cool name I think - https://luniana.bandcamp.com/ I'm glad Cosmo is expanding out and letting people know what order to read Wheel of Time in - https://www.cosmopolitan.com/entertainment/books/a38282040/the-wheel-of-time-books-best-order/ This statue of King Arthur is weird looking and I want to go visit there someday - https://mymodernmet.com/rubin-eynon-bronze-sculpture-gallos/ --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/krandorkroobs/message

Inside the Disney Vault
Avalon High (2010) with Dylan Booth

Inside the Disney Vault

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 25, 2021 68:26


We journey to the land of King Arthur or...the second coming of King Arthur with performer and writer Dylan Booth (@DylanVigus). When Allie moves to a new town with her parents who are obsessed with the legend of King Arthur, she meets some very familiar characters in her new high school as it becomes apparent that the students are re-living the tale themselves! Tell us how you thought the legend holds up @ITDVPodcast on twittter!

Twin Cities by Night
Episode 590 Pendragon RPG ”Blood and Lust” Chapter 8

Twin Cities by Night

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 24, 2021


A poor soul of noble origins. A squire tested in battle. A knight errant forged in Camelot. Man strengthened by love.     Join Adam as Sir Golliston and Craig as the Game Master in "Blood and Lust", a King Arthur duet game of chivalry and mythic adventure!   If you would like to support the podcast stop by our Patreon https://www.patreon.com/TwinCitiesbyNight Come by and visit our Discord! https://discord.gg/T9zeN9p Check us out on iTunes: https://itunes.apple.com/us/podcast/twin-cities-by-night/id1246523585?mt=2 Find us on Twitter! https://twitter.com/Twin_Cities_VtM Find us on Facebook https://www.facebook.com/TwinCitiesByNight/ Find us on YouTube https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCBUyj7h-xIhwsM3kHK56SRA

The Secret Teachings Archives
The Secret Teachings 11/22/21 - Camelot's Damocles: A Magic Bullet & Ritual

The Secret Teachings Archives

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 23, 2021 117:59


The Kennedy Assassination records are something akin to the UAP report of the U.S. Federal Government. We were told again this year that those records are to remain sealed for National Security reasons. Even without this information, media finds it appropriate to mock anyone questioning the Warren Commission. This policy is directly from a CIA dispatch dated 1967, intended for “countering and discredit the claims of conspiracy theorists” as part of a plan to prevent any “Criticism of the Warren Report.” Reasonable or otherwise, both the official and unofficial conspiracies neglect investigation into a third avenue - the synchro-mystic and esoteric.  Kennedy's assassination was a triplicity of occult lore involving the Egyptian King Osiris, Free-masonic Hiram Abiff, and the mythological King Arthur. His administration was nicknamed ‘Camelot' after Arthur's, three ruffians were arrested over his killing at high-noon, and an obelisk was placed at Dealey Plaza cut into 14 pieces as was the king Osiris cut into the same. Kennedy's presidency and the archetype he embodied made him King with the Damocles sword above his head.  Outside of the odd similarity between Kennedy and President Lincoln, including the car Kennedy was murdered in, a Lincoln Continental, the 58th anniversary of his ritual killing is even more synchronistic in 2021 because the numbers equal 13, while the date 11/22 adds to 33 as it always has. Just days before the anniversary, 2 of the 3 killers of Malcolm X were exonerated. Shortly before, John Hinckley, President Reagan's would-be assassin, who was from Dallas, was set to be released at 67 years old, numbers adding to 13 again. Support this podcast

Movement Radio
Movement Radio - Episode 154

Movement Radio

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 20, 2021 52:00


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Schmoedown Classic
William Bibbiani vs Griffy Newms (Singles Tournament Semifinal)

Schmoedown Classic

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 17, 2021 58:22


Shazam and King Arthur will face each other at the Schmoedown Spectacular, so we have a preview for you today. William Bibbiani is a legend of the game, and always a favorite in his matches. But today, he faces an undefeated rookie with a ton of momentum in Griffy Newms. Who will make it to the tournament finals? The Schmoedown on Social Media: ► Follow on Twitter: https://twitter.com/theschmoedown ► Like on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/theschmoedown ► Follow on Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/theschmoedown More on TheSchmoedownLive.com: https://www.theschmoedownlive.com Follow Kristian Harloff https://bit.ly/31PePMD Follow Mark Ellis https://bit.ly/31OBrwV Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

Twin Cities by Night
Episode 589 Pendragon RPG ”Blood and Lust” Chapter7

Twin Cities by Night

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 17, 2021 37:06


A poor soul of noble origins. A squire tested in battle. A knight errant forged in Camelot. Man strengthened by love.     Join Adam as Sir Golliston and Craig as the Game Master in "Blood and Lust", a King Arthur duet game of chivalry and mythic adventure!   If you would like to support the podcast stop by our Patreon https://www.patreon.com/TwinCitiesbyNight Come by and visit our Discord! https://discord.gg/T9zeN9p Check us out on iTunes: https://itunes.apple.com/us/podcast/twin-cities-by-night/id1246523585?mt=2 Find us on Twitter! https://twitter.com/Twin_Cities_VtM Find us on Facebook https://www.facebook.com/TwinCitiesByNight/ Find us on YouTube https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCBUyj7h-xIhwsM3kHK56SRA

Schmoedown Classic
King Arthur vs Press Room (Teams Tournament Final)

Schmoedown Classic

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 15, 2021 62:50


The Movie Trivia Schmoedown had plenty of new players join in the 2021 season, which means plenty of new teams. Fans have been spoiled with how many great Teams matches we have gotten from rookies this year, and it culminates in the Ultimate Schmoedown Teams Tournament where we have two new teams. Press Room was put together early in the season, and the duo have only grown in skill. On the other side, King Arthur remains undefeated, proving that the Finstock Exchange's strategy to draft rookies was worth it. The winners will move on to face Shazam at the Schmoedown Spectacular. The Schmoedown on Social Media: ► Follow on Twitter: https://twitter.com/theschmoedown ► Like on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/theschmoedown ► Follow on Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/theschmoedown More on TheSchmoedownLive.com: https://www.theschmoedownlive.com Follow Kristian Harloff https://bit.ly/31PePMD Follow Mark Ellis https://bit.ly/31OBrwV Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

This Had Oscar Buzz
171 – The Mighty

This Had Oscar Buzz

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 15, 2021 95:20


This week, we are talking about Sharon Stone and The Mighty. Adpated from the young adult novel Freak the Mighty by Rodman Philbrick, the film follows a burgeoning friendship between a silent giant teenager Max (Elden Henson) and a King Arthur obsessed neighbor with a rare metabolic disorder Kevin (Kieran Culkin). But the film's real … Continue reading "171 – The Mighty"

Clear Admit MBA Admissions Podcast
Episode 199: Wire Taps—Underrepresented in Eastern Europe, How to Pitch a Pivot, First-Gen GPA Blues

Clear Admit MBA Admissions Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 15, 2021 36:06


This week Graham and Alex make some must-see TV recommendations, before diving into discussion about MBA interviews, Real Humans b-school student stories, and Clear Admit's fall applicant survey. Speaking of the survey, you can take it here, and win one of twenty-five $25 Amazon gift cards we are giving away: https://bit.ly/cafall2021survey . As to the Wire Taps candidates this week, Graham and Alex deliver some critical advice on the power of geography and how it can help candidates stand out - albeit with some limitations. They also review a candidate with somewhat limited work experience who's goals could be perceived as a bit of a stretch for admissions readers. And finally, our hosts look at a first-generation-to-college applicant who is facing a GPA hurdle, but may have enough elsewhere in her profile to be competitive for top-16 programs. This episode was recorded in the City of Light and the Land of King Arthur. It was produced in the City of Brotherly Love by Dennis Crowley. Thanks for telling all of your friends and family about the podcast, and for rating and reviewing wherever you may listen!

Radio Record
Record Club Show #747 (10-11-2021)

Radio Record

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 9, 2021


01. Menshee - My Mind 02. Sofi Tukker, Vintage Culture, John Summit - Drinkee 03. Loris Buono, Alexander Cruel - It's A Game 04. Disorder - VaporLove 05. Mwrs, Pawax - Talking 06. Sam Feldt, Sam Fischer, Vavo - Pick Me Up 07. Kevin Aleksander - Ducka Ducka (I'm All Fine) 08. Firebeatz - Let's Get Down 09. Bart B More, Carola - The Beat Drops 10. Eden Prince, Akua - Down 11. King Arthur, Munnday, Kwesi - I Found You 12. Faith & Raptures - Believe 13. Futuristic Polar Bears, Faderx - By My Side 14. Sielo, Oing - Take A Back 15. Kato, New Northern - Sauce 16. Hugo Doche - I Got The Beat 17. Joshwa, Lee Foss - My Humps 18. Vion Konger - Paris To Berlin 19. Leandro Da Silva, Sam Stray Wood - Get Lit 20. Vivid - You Never Know 21. Black V Neck, Dipzy - Si Tu Sabe 22. Dober, Savage Kids, Rushline - The Light 23. Felix Da Housecat, Dave The Hustler, Eirie - Obsession X 24. Shoeba, Mattn, Selva, Different Stage - Anyway 25. Roger Sanchez, Oliver Heldens - Another Chance 26. Simon Fava, Blaze & Ollen - A Little Party 27. Dj Kuba, Neitan, Skytech - Dancing 28. Ferreck Dawn, Jem Cooke - Back Tomorrow 29. Killfake - Rumor 30. Rdgo - Follow Me 31. Don Diablo - Cheque 32. Raven & Kreyn, Deekey, M7Stic - Time To Shine 33. Kc Lights, Kye Sones - Hold On 34. Dot N Life - Your Mind 35. Ac Slater, Chris Lorenzo - Fly With Us 36. Blair - Make This Last 37. Dirty Sound Boys, Pepsdave - Move It 38. Buitano - No Crime

Trick or Treat Radio
TorTR #484 - Nighty Knight to Jesus Wick

Trick or Treat Radio

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 5, 2021 174:58


A fantasy retelling of a medieval story of an ultra-violent, epic fantasy set in a land of auditory magic follows co-hosts from different backgrounds and cultures battling against a malevolent takeover. On Episode 484 of Trick or Treat Radio Evil Corny is back for another Patreon Takeover! This time around he chose the rotoscoped animated fantasy epic, The Spine of Night and the Arthurian legend of The Green Knight for us to discuss! We also air some more dirty laundry in the middle of a film discussion, discuss the history of rotoscope, and find out which disaster befell the god of war this week. So grab some snacks at the nearest alcohol store, prepare to go on a fool's journey, and strap on for the world's most dangerous podcast!Stuff we talk about: Fawlty Towers, Evil Corny, Kubrickian, Patreon Takeover, caterpillars, John Deere, Stephen King, Chris Pratt, Will Smith, Super Mario Bros., The Incal, Taika Waititi, The Metabarons, Stephen Scarlata, Scarlett Johannson, Alejandro Jodorowsky, Akira, Star Wars, What We Do In the Shadows, Extra Special Halloween Special, Discord, the alcohol store, bubbalah, Jack Palance, Shane, how do you fix fire?, The Black Knight, Martin Lawrence, The Spine of Night, Heavy Metal, Fire and Ice, Max Fleischer, A Scanner Darkly, The Congress, rotoscoping, Cab Calloway, Wizards, Ralph Bakshi, Paul Dini, Anthology Films, Superman Cartoons, John Candy, Fist of the Northstar, animation for adults, Heavy Metal soundtracks, Fritz the Cat, Metalocalypse, Heavy Metal Magazine, cosmic horror, Patton Oswalt, Lucy Lawless, contradictory statements, Ving Rhames, Buttcrack, Art Spiegelman, Maus, The Green Knight, David Lowery, Dev Patel, Alicia Vikander, Joel Edgerton, Casey Affleck, A Ghost Story, Ralph Inseson, Summer School, Arthurian Myth, King Arthur, Guy Ritchie, Morgan le Fay, First Knight, Camelot 3000, Alan Moore, Grant Morrison, Merlin, The Fool's Journey/The Hero' Journey, Orange Cassidy, A.V.H.J, Erin Kellyman, Alicia Vikander, The Night House, David Bruckner, Hellraiser, The Lamont Configuration, Jesus Wick, Willy Nobody, eating off a silver platter, The Rocky Overhang, and A Scanner Dorkly.Support us on Patreon: https://www.patreon.com/trickortreatradioJoin our Discord Community: discord.trickortreatradio.comSend Email/Voicemail: mailto:podcast@trickortreatradio.comVisit our website: http://trickortreatradio.comStart your own podcast: https://www.buzzsprout.com/?referrer_id=386Use our Amazon link: http://amzn.to/2CTdZzKFB Group: http://www.facebook.com/groups/trickortreatradioTwitter: http://twitter.com/TrickTreatRadioFacebook: http://facebook.com/TrickOrTreatRadioYouTube: http://youtube.com/TrickOrTreatRadioInstagram: http://instagram.com/TrickorTreatRadioSupport the show (https://www.patreon.com/trickortreatradio)

Curiosity Daily
New Twist on Merlin, Giraffe Hearts, What Carbon Neutral Means

Curiosity Daily

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 29, 2021 15:43


Learn about “carbon neutral” policies; a new twist on the legend of Merlin; and the giraffe's bizarre circulatory system. What does it mean for a company to be carbon neutral? by Ashley Hamer (Listener question from Jeff in Saint Paul)  Bernoville, T. (2021, June 8). What is the difference between carbon-neutral, net-zero and climate positive? - Plan A Academy. https://plana.earth/academy/what-is-difference-between-carbon-neutral-net-zero-climate-positive/  Nguyen, T. (2020, March 5). Starbucks, Microsoft, JetBlue, and other companies want to be carbon-neutral. What does that mean? Vox; Vox. https://www.vox.com/the-goods/2020/3/5/21155020/companies-carbon-neutral-climate-positive  Umair Irfan. (2020, February 27). Carbon offsets, the popular climate change mitigation tactic, explained. Vox; Vox. https://www.vox.com/2020/2/27/20994118/carbon-offset-climate-change-net-zero-neutral-emissions  Reuters Staff. (2020, January 6). JetBlue to become carbon neutral in 2020. U.S. https://www.reuters.com/article/us-jetblue-environment/jetblue-to-become-carbon-neutral-in-2020-idUSKBN1Z5237  Carbon Neutral vs. Net Zero: let's get the terminology right! — ClimateSeed. (2015). Climateseed.com; ClimateSeed. https://climateseed.com/blog/carbon-neutral-vs-net-zero-let-s-get-the-terminology-right   We just found one of the earliest manuscript fragments of the Merlin legend, with a new take by Cameron Duke  Bristol manuscript fragments of the famous Merlin legend among the oldest of their kind. (2021). Bristol.ac.uk. http://bristol.ac.uk/news/2021/september/bristol-merlin-update.html Schultz, I. (2021, September 3). Rare, Early Version of the King Arthur Legend Translated by Researchers. Gizmodo; Gizmodo. https://gizmodo.com/rare-early-version-of-the-king-arthur-legend-translate-1847610935   Durn, S. (2021, September 16). Found: An Early Merlin Tale, Hidden for Centuries. Atlas Obscura; Atlas Obscura. https://www.atlasobscura.com/articles/medieval-merlin-manuscript-discovered  Smithsonian Magazine, & Gershon, L. (2021, September 17). Rediscovered Medieval Manuscript Offers New Twist on Arthurian Legend. Smithsonian Magazine. https://www.smithsonianmag.com/smart-news/rediscovered-medieval-manuscript-offers-new-twist-on-arthurian-legend-180978705   More from zoologist Bill Schutt:  Pick up "Pump: A Natural History of the Heart" https://www.workman.com/products/pump  Website: https://billschutt.com/  Follow @BillSchuttBooks on Twitter: https://twitter.com/BillSchuttBooks Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/BillSchutt1/  Follow Curiosity Daily on your favorite podcast app to learn something new every day withCody Gough andAshley Hamer. Still curious? Get exclusive science shows, nature documentaries, and more real-life entertainment on discovery+! Go to https://discoveryplus.com/curiosity to start your 7-day free trial. discovery+ is currently only available for US subscribers. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

Myths and Legends
243B-King Arthur: Double Trouble

Myths and Legends

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 27, 2021 46:01


Arthur has been kidnapped. Guinevere's evil twin is at large. The kingdom is thrown into chaos. Their hope rests with a bunch of knights putting others first and doing the right thing. Yeah, they're pretty much doomed. The creature is a soft-bodied, vampire hunter with crazy black hair. Finally, a Halloween costume I can pull off. -- Sponsors: Zocdoc: Go to http://zocdoc.com/myths and download the Zocdoc app to sign up for free and book a top-rated doctor. Butcherbox: Get a 10-16 pound turkey FREE with your first box. Go to http://butcherbox.com/myths to sign up! Sundance Now: Try Sundance Now free for 30 days by going to http://sundancenow.com and using the promo code myths! Shopify: Go to http://shopify.com/legends for a free 14-day trial and get full access to Shopify's entire suite of features. -- Links: Twitter: https://myths.link/twitter Store: https://myths.link/store Membership: https://www.mythpodcast.com/membership -- Music: All music by Blue Dot Sessions See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

Holmberg's Morning Sickness
10-26-21 - Hot Releases - Bad Wolves - Lucifer - Black Veil Brides - Mastodon - Jerry Cantrell - King Arthur - Sex Unzipped Netflix - Hypnotic - Port Protection - Aquaman HBO - Army Of Thieves - Riders Republic - Nerf Legends

Holmberg's Morning Sickness

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 26, 2021 25:57


Myths and Legends
243A-King Arthur: Doppel-Gwen-er

Myths and Legends

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 20, 2021 43:25


The story of Queen Guinevere as she goes from princess, to queen, to convict. The creature is the Ciguapa, from Haitian and Dominican folklore, and you'll see that if you're asking which monsters to follow into the dark forest, you're kind of already making questionable decisions. -- Sponsors: [Gravely voice] Check out The Sandman: Act Two on Audible by going to http://audible.com/dreaming Best Fiends: Download Best Fiends on the App Store or Google Play! Olive and June: go to http://oliveandjune.com/myths and use code myths for 20% off your first Mani System! Grubhub: Order through the grubhub app or by going to http://grubhub.com! -- Links: Disclaimer: https://myths.link/234a Twitter: https://myths.link/twitter Darth Vader toaster: https://myths.link/vadertoast Membership: https://www.mythpodcast.com/membership -- Music: All music by Blue Dot Sessions See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.