Episode Ten: We Interrupt This Podcast PDF Print E-mail
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Thursday, 01 April 2010 17:03

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This episode is rated PG



We listen to "Ever With Me" by Damh the Bard, from the album, "The Hills they are Hollow"

Then we talk about Spring and renewal festivals.

Bren reads from "Why do we say it?" which was written by nobody, because there is no author mentioned anywhere in the book, but it's published by Castle / Book Sales, 1985.

We read some listener feedback.

Juni tells everyone about The Pagan Enough Project from Inciting a Riot


Between piece: Ya Know


Bardic Segment:

Brendan reads an Irish poem called "Do you remember, Jem?", by Heno McGee

We enjoy “Aoife & Orla Reels” by HAWP.


Between Piece: Squeaky Chair


Ask Dr. Expert:


Juniper and Dr. Expert take a look at humility; honour and hubris then discuss their place in Paganism.

We also discuss the Charge of the Goddess and some Circle songs.

At various times Bren reads from:
- Aristotle, "The Nicomachean Ethics",
- Kinsella (trans.), "The Táin",
- Sturlson, "The Prose Edda",
- Marcus Aurelius, "Meditations"


Between Piece: This is the sound of …


Bardic Segment:

Juniper reads two poems “Not a Real Witch” by Juni

And “When I am an Old Woman” by Jenny Joseph


Between Piece: Ummmmm…



Last call to send us your opinions on the anti-witchcraft laws of Canada!

We complain about how poor we are for a while.

Bren and Juni try out a new phrase to end the podcast with.



Shortening the Road

(Special thanks to the Mercury Theatre Company and Boris Picket)

Last Updated on Friday, 02 April 2010 01:58


+1 #1 2010-04-09 16:23
Oh, my. Fabulous, absolutely fabulous. I love the holiday that you talk about and had my best time on that holiday ever this year. Was great to hear the background on it, that was completely new to me.

I really enjoy your show and truly appreciate the depth you are bringing to your topics. Keep up the great work!

p.s. Juniper, did you ever visit Grimoire Books when you were in BC? I remember a conversation with someone that could have been you but I'm so bad with names I'm just not sure.
0 #2 Juniper 2010-04-09 16:33
I've been to Grimorie's a few times. To shop and to attend ADF functions.
0 #3 2010-04-09 19:13
Then it likely was you; I was often involved in the ADF events. I remember talking about getting out into nature and I think you said you were willing to facilitate lower mainland pagans to have experiences in the wild, so to speak. It was a very generous offer.

Anyways, congrats on your life changes!
0 #4 Juniper 2010-04-10 02:36
My Mom is still on the family farm just outside of Rock Creek and is happy to allow Pagans to come camp and hold small events on her land.

email me at is you're interested.
0 #5 2010-04-10 16:14
You know, I'm glad to hear the farm is still in family hands, I had wondered what happened to it after you left.

Not planning on anything at the moment, but that's a great and generous offer, I'll certainly contact you if/when the time is right. Thank you :) ! And your mom.
0 #6 2010-04-15 20:39
You didn't fool me. I was right there with you, hanging off every word while preparing to drive for the hills. But then you gave it away with a hugely blatant mistake.

Juni called your Mr. Myers. Everyone knows you're a Dr. Nothing gets by me, mister (I mean doctor).
0 #7 2010-04-16 00:06
Would you mind if I took the snippet from your podcast about my comment (with your commentary) and posted it on my blog?

Of course, I would link it back to your podcast site for people to hear the whole podcast, both the current one and the referenced one!
0 #8 Juniper 2010-04-19 06:16
Of course you may!

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