Podcasts about: Folk Tales

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There are 861 episodes in the Folk Tales topic.

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Episode 57: Poppy Playtime and Horror Video Games
00:17:31 | February 21st, 2024

We get a lot of amazing suggestions from our listeners of topics to cover on the show, but there’s one topic that topples the competition: Video Games. Whether it’s Five Nights at Freddy’s, Doors, Hello Neighbor, Garten of Banban, or Poppy Playtime, there are tons of first person horror games that you want us to cover. Elise talks to gaming writer Melissa Sarnowski about one of your favorites and the horror genre’s enduring appeal for middle graders on this episode of Unspookable.

Encore: The Basilisk’s Stare
00:20:16 | February 20th, 2024

In this tale inspired by a Polish legend, Nabiyah Be (Black Panther, Daisy Jones & The Six) and Evan Whitten (The Resident, Ahsoka) face off against a fantastical creature whose gaze turns people to stone.

Hallie the Piper
00:17:12 | Season: 6 | Episode: 202 | February 19th, 2024

A lot of rats have moved into Freshwater and Mayor Lucinda orders that they leave. But Hallie, the bagpiping kid, wants to help her furry friends and rally the community to keep them there.

The Weeping Witness
00:17:47 | February 13th, 2024

Brittany Ishibashi (Runaways, Hawaii Five-O) stars in a Japanese and Persian tale about facing the music and changing your tune.

Cupid’s Big Prank
00:15:39 | Season: 6 | Episode: 201 | February 12th, 2024

Cupid pulls a prank with their magical arrows and it causes chaos in Freshwater on Valentine’s Day!

The Lone Dragon
00:20:41 | February 6th, 2024

Ellen Wong (Beacon 23, GLOW) headlines a Chinese legend about how the dragon came to be a powerful symbol of prosperity and luck.

Anagolay and the Realm of Lost Things
00:25:17 | Season: 6 | Episode: 200 | February 5th, 2024

Anagolay is a Philippine goddess who is searching for her purpose. Lost and overlooked by the other deities, she discovers the Realm of Lost Things, where she befriends Datu, a cat, and meets Clelanie, a healer with lost memories. Writer: Katelynn Kenney Voice-Over Artists: Roanna Cruz and Rebecca Cunningham Producer: Tessa Flannery Executive Producer and Host: Rebecca Cunningham Links for the Grownups! Personalized Stories Join the Ghost Tour Club! Girl Tales Events Patreon Girl Tales Store Rebecca’s Newsletter Facebook Instagram Buy the Girl Tales Team a Coffee Starglow Media

Episode 56: The Last Kids on Earth with Max Brallier
00:31:47 | February 2nd, 2024

What would you do if you woke up one day and giant portals in the sky brought about a monster apocalypse that left your hometown without any rules, grownups, or homework? Well if you’re Jack Sullivan, you’d move into your foster brother’s treehouse, play video games and eat junk food, while teaming up with some former classmates to stop these monsters from taking over what is left of your world.  If any of that sounds familiar, then you no doubt know with the series The Last Kids on Earth, the #1 New York Times, Wall Street Journal, and USA Today bestselling series, with over 10 million copies in print, written by the incredible Max Brallier.  Unspookable producer Nate DuFort had the chance to sit down with Max, to talk about The Last Kids on Earth’s beginnings, his path to becoming an author, and so much more, on this episode of Unspookable…

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