Mythunderstood : A Greek Mythology Podcast
About This Show
Paul Bianchi sits down with his best friend and comedic writing partner Sarah Oliver to teach her everything he knows about the bizarre, and sometimes hilarious tales of Greek Mythology.
New Episodes released every other Wednesday.
Mythunderstood is part of the Dragon Wagon Radio podcast network.
Most Recent Episode
Trojan War Part 2: The Oath of Tyndareus
5 days ago
Special guests, Tony Gonzalez and Sam Johnides sandwich this episode with a sneak peek of their musical about Orpheus and Eurydice, "Happily Ever Under." Tales of Achilles, Odysseus, Helen, and Patroclus make up the delicious meat and veggies. And as always, voices and improv are the savory condiments. Now I really want a sandwich. Mythunderstood is a part of the Dragon Wagon Radio independent podcast network, Please show your support at www.dragonwagonradio.com/donate
Rated 5 out of
If you like Mythology......you might enjoy this
I had to give a few episodes a listen just to get a feel for the show-and what I can say is this; I absolutely love the greek mythology, it was one of my favorite subjects of study. I do appreciate the chronological order that the hosts are trying to present the information in, rather than just leaping into the most known myths to start.
Something to keep in mind when listening is, the hosts are doing what they find enjoyable, there are inside jokes that the listener may not find humorous, but the episodes are good for a chuckle or two. One thing that I think would have people turn it off right away is the extreme lag of sound once you press play. There are about 10 seconds of silence, which almost had me thinking that the podcast didn't work- one must give it a little bit of time.
Overall, because this subject is an extreme interest of mine, I really enjoy how knowledgeable Paul is and Sarah's eagerness to learn. Its a good podcast, made even better being presented by people who are actually interested in (re)learning the myths that have captured our interests since the beginning of story telling.
Its a slow start, but its a good ride- give them a listen.
Date published: 2018-04-10