New Radio Show Tonight : Werewolves!


9-10pm (GMT) Wednesday, 28th November, 2012 on 104.4 FM in London and live, to hear online simultaneously, at :

Wonderful Werewolves and Wicked Witches

James DC is joined by writer/broadcaster Deborah Hyde, on the day of the full moon, to talk about the mythology of werewolves, throughout history, culture and psychology. Deborah will reveal some of the historical precedents of werewolves in ancient times, as well as the medieval era’s witch hunts which spawned many of the modern legends about lycanthropy. We will also look at the use of the werewolf myth in cinema, literature and pop culture in general.

Repeated tomorrow, Thursday, 29th November, 11am-12pm (GMT), with podcasts to follow.

Previous shows are in the ‘Podcast’ section, above…..


Filed under FILM REVIEWS, New Barks!

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