The Corybantic Podcast

cor·​y·​ban·​tic | ˌkȯr-ē-ˈban-tik
adj. wild, frenzied.

On this podcast, I share thoughts on a variety of my interests: Shakespeare, the Bible, Sherlock Holmes, the English language, and more…

The Corybantic Podacast: Episode 6

Wherein I talk about my recent foray into the world of fan edits of Peter Jackson's Hobbit trilogy.

The theme music is THINGAMAJIG by Jason Shaw, and is licensed under an Attribution 3.0 United States License.

(Photo by Bence Kondor from Pexels)

The Corybantic Podacast: Episode 6

Wherein I describe the many rabbit holes I've been down over the past week: my experiences with Esperanto, Ido, and other conlangs.

[The theme music is "A Good Bass for Gambling," written by Komiku. It is in the public domain.]

The Corybantic Podacast: Episode 6

Wherein I talk about my love for thesauri, particularly Roget's, and discuss how a thesaurus works.

You can read more about Peter Mark Roget at this article from the Merriam-Webster site.

If you want to see an excellent example of Roget's International Thesaurus, that's a lot closer to Roget's original layout than those dictionary-style thesauri one often sees, check out this free copy of Roget's International Thesaurus, 3rd ed.

[The theme music is "A Good Bass for Gambling," written by Komiku. It is in the public domain.]

Wherein I discuss some of the things I've been doing during the time of coronavirus social distancing.

You can check out my revamped blog at Corybanter.com.

[The theme music is "A Good Bass for Gambling," written by Komiku. It is in the public domain.]

Wherein I discuss some of my favorite (and not-so favorite) versions of my favorite Shakespeare play...Hamlet!

The theme music is an electronic version of Bach's Brandenburg Concerto No. 3, Allegro, which is a public domain recording available at freepd.com.

Wherein I discuss various editions of the Complete Works of William Shakespeare, both print and digital.

[The theme music is "A Good Bass for Gambling," written by Komiku. It is in the public domain.]

This is the special William Shakespeare Birthday Episode! 

Some sites mentioned in the episode include:

https://www.nashvilleshakes.org/

https://shakespeare.folger.edu/

http://www.opensourceshakespeare.org/

https://internetshakespeare.uvic.ca/

The theme music is THINGAMAJIG by Jason Shaw, and is licensed under an Attribution 3.0 United States License.

 

This is really more of a first episode, after the brief Introduction I posted earlier. So I'm calling this Episode 1a. (It's my podcast, I'll call it what I want to call it, I guess...)

In the episode, I mention the Folger Library's free Shakespeare audiobooks: here's a link to that.

Thanks for listening!

Wherein I re-vamp the Bible Bookshelf into the NEW Corybantic Podcast!

Once again, I try my hand at the Bible Bookshelf podcast. Sorry if this one isn't all that polished. I was trying a new Sound Editor on Windows, with mixed results. Enjoy!

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