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Best Julia Norton podcasts we could find (updated August 2020)
Best Julia Norton podcasts we could find
Updated August 2020
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Come on, who can resist a story about a half boy, half hedgehog, who rides a cockerel and plays the bagpipes? Credit must be given to my husband, son and his friend for providing pig noises in this episode and to 'FreeSound' and 'digifishmusic', 'Inchadney' and 'luis-audp' for their various piping recordings. xox…
 
A not very dark or twisty episode this week, but a favorite of mine since childhood. The darkness I suppose lies in the fact that all these animals were going to get starved, drowned or decapitated because they had been deemed to old to be useful. I love the fact that they decide to start a band in their golden years...they're not the first and the…
 
Playing with fairies and fires...hmm that sounds like a plan. From Joseph Jacobs 'English Fairy Tales' The song at the end is called 'Fairy Frolic' from my album 'Lullaby Island' which you can download on amazon or itunes or here https://store.cdbaby.com/cd/nortonjulia My Own Self In a tiny house in the North Countrie, far away from any town or vil…
 
This Grimm's tale again has little to recommend it from a feminist standpoint, so I won't. However I think it's my third story in a row where I get to use my beheading sound effect and the first time I've added a dash of Bossa Nova as well as a celtic folk song snippet! Happy Halloween you lovely creepy people! If you like this podcast, pretty plea…
 
This story has it all, beheadings, cannibalism, and my favorite, deep appreciation of a good dark folk song. Enjoy and I'll see you all again in September when the nights start drawing in. This story was suggested by Rose Lewis. Excellent choice Rose! I hope I did it justice :)By Julia Norton-Singer, Actor, Teacher
 
A short story by Hans Christian Anderson about a little girl dying of cold in the streets on New Years Eve. This was another favorite of mine as a child, I think it gave me the opportunity to have a little cry in the midst of a season that was as dark as it was candle filled. Back then I couldn't even fathom how people could walk past her and not h…
 
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