The Tale of Dame Ragnel
  • Jan 12, 2021 1:00 am
  • 56:50 mins

You know him, you love him: it’s King Arthur. He’s as wise with his words as he is fierce with a sword and in his earliest depictions, he spends his time fighting off supernatural threats that hail from Welsh mythology. However, sometimes the greatest threats aren’t monsters that we can see, but rather, complicated problems that can silently trick our minds. This is what King Arthur learns in today’s story, “The Tale of Dame Ragnel” where wisdom, honesty, and intelligence are the best weapons against the unlikely antagonists in this tale of twists and turns. Open up your heart and put on your thinking cap, and get ready for “The Tale of Dame Ragnel”. On today’s episode, enjoy the following: “The Power of Stories” by Donald Davis from That’s What Mama’s Do (9:25) Radio Family Journal: "Larry Gentry" (5:00) “The Tale of Dame Ragnel” by Heather Forest from Eye of the Beholder (17:10) Daily Mix: "History That Doesn't Suck" with Cielle Salazar (7:00) “Aioleen” by Mary Gavan from Celtic Otherworld (13:56)