Storms, shipwrecks, salvaging, surprisingly donkeys and satanic forces all feature in two tales of wrecking on the Cornish Coast.
The first of two episodes on Irish fairy lore - featuring three tales of the Aos Sí, and there's not a pair of gossamer wings in sight.
This episode we've a Medieval tale from the pen of Walter Map featuring two weddings, a suspicious contract, dust, a cute little goat man, the wild hunt (but not really) and a dog that just won't quit.
This episode we've a tale from the Isle of Man featuring a manifesting Saint, a local Kaiju, unusual ordinance, a brave little tailor (but not that brave little tailor) and more nautical terms than you can shake a main brace at.
This episode we have a delightful Fairy Tale.
With fairies, castles, witches, princesses and princes, step mothers and ugly step sisters (alignments to be revealed), lots of things done in threes, and body horror that's positively Cronenbergesque.
Three stories with a particular emphasis on the post-mortem, with a light dusting of Boggarts and faeries to keep things interesting.
A Knight! A dark and stormy night! A Castle! A quest! A hot headed wizard! A damsel, probably in distress! Northumberland!
What more could you possible want?
This episode we've got three short stories of Stone circles.
There's the lasting consequences of poor wedding planning, there's a beautiful view ruined and there's a remote island community in midsummer, with cuckoos. (No, not that one).
Three stories of those who, like many throughout the centuries, travelled to the city from elsewhere.
One is a genuine Elizabethan wonder woman, one an ancient train-buff and one a very big dreamer.