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 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.
Two part Branch two of the Mabinogion: Giants, Magic, Marriage, necromancy, war, peace, horses, housing, birds, feasts. It really has it all!
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).
Get in the mood for the season with a narrative version of a wildly popular Victorian Christmas song with a distinctly gothic twist.
This episode concludes our look at some stories from the biggest smokes of biggest smoke - London. This time there are three stories of residents of the city: an entrepreneur who dares to think outside the box, a property developer with an unpaid...
This episode we continue working our way through the origin phase of the Fenian cycle. There's an evil Sídhe, animal transformations, and blatant overuse of Irish incidental music.
This episode we take a look at the surprising mythical origins of Britain. Without giving too much away this turns out to feature Syria, giants, a host of badass princesses, a lot of murder and many other decidedly unexpected and adult elements.