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The Storyteller Season 1


The series retold various European folk tales, particularly ones considered obscure in Western culture, created with a combination of actors and puppets. The framing device had an old storyteller (John Hurt) sitting by a fire telling each tale to both the viewers and to his talking dog (a realistic looking puppet of a brown and blonde Pudelpointer performed and voiced by Brian Henson) who acted as the voice of the viewers, and was written in a language and traditional style in keeping with old folk tales.[2]




The Storyteller Season 1


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An Athenian storyteller and his dog take shelter in the labyrinth of Knossos. There he recounts the story of the Minotaur confined to the maze by King Minos ten centuries earlier. King Aegeus had left his sword under a huge rock and told Aithra that when their son Theseus would grow up, he should move the rock to learn who his father was. Theseus grew up and became a brave young man. He managed to move the rock and took up his father's sword. His mother then told him the truth about his father's identity. Theseus decided to go to Athens, either by sea, which was the safe way or by land, following a dangerous path with thieves and bandits all the way. Young, brave and ambitious, Theseus decided to go to Athens by land. He arrived in Athens where King Aegeus welcomed while Medea plotted to kill Theseus. After King Aegeus recognized the sword that Theseus is carrying, he knocked the poisoned drink out of his hand. Before the guards can arrest Medea, she teleports away while cursing Aegeus. Reclaiming his rightful place as the son of King Aegeus, Theseus insisted on travelling to Crete to kill the dreaded Minotaur. He promised to his father Aegeus that he would put up a white sail on his journey back home if he was successful. Ariadne, Minos' daughter, fell in love with Theseus and helped him get out of the Labyrinth by giving him a ball of thread allowing him to retrace his path. Theseus killed the Minotaur. Theseus took Ariadne with him but on the return trip abandoned her on the island of Naxos. He also failed to fly white sails on his return journey, thus causing his father to throw himself into the Aegean sea which was since named after him.


Joe Baker talked about how, in Lenape culture, storytelling is very powerful and is an interesting profession. [When] the Joes decided that he was going to be a storyteller, I was just really excited about seeing a native character be a storyteller.


Zena Dell Lowe is a seasoned and engaging teacher with a passion for writers and storytellers. Her focused, concise, and practical episodes (all roughly 20 minutes) not only explore the nuts and bolts of the craft, but also dive deep into the inner life of the artist and the "why" behind creativity. If you believe that story matters, you'll want to give this podcast a listen.


As I've grown older, I've been attracted to fairy tales and folk tales, and the rich quality of these stories - grown richer as they have gone through generations and generations of telling and retelling. They're important - for the flow of information, and energy, and entertainment from the storyteller to his listeners as the storyteller calls upon them to meet him halfway, to create the story in their own minds.


"Storyteller" is the sixteenth episode of the seventh season of Buffy the Vampire Slayer and the 138th episode in the series. Written by Jane Espenson and directed by Marita Grabiak, it was originally broadcast on February 25, 2003, on the UPN network.


Here, you can read more about the latest Out of the Loop storytellers and musicians, along with the talented professionals who make this show happen behind the scenes. Missed the last one? You can view Out of Loop Season 3 in its entirety for free, here.


Emily Lininger is a high school senior at Tyler Legacy High School and has been playing cello going for nearly eight years. She learned violin in elementary school from her mom, an orchestra director at Kilgore ISD. Emily has since added the cello and viola to her musical repertoire, and hopes to continue growing in her skills. For Out of the Loop season 4, Emily performed Cello Suite No. 1 in G Major, Prelude by J.S. Bach.


As somebody who marathoned through the episodes of The Witcher as soon as they were available to me, I can definitely appreciate Lauren Schmidt Hissrich's support of binge-watchers! The highly-anticipated eight episodes of The Witcher Season 1 released at the end of 2019 (and just in time for the holidays, if following the adventures of a monster hunter, complicated sorceress, and increasingly brutal fugitive princess is how you want to celebrate the season).


While binge-watching may not be how Lauren Schmidt Hissrich prefers to consume her own television, the option of binge-watching meant that she and the Witcher team could approach this series for Netflix differently than any platform that doesn't release full seasons at once. Other streaming services, such as Disney+ and Hulu, generally release new episodes weekly rather than en masse, like Netflix and Amazon, which is getting into the fantasy genre itself with a Lord of the Rings series.


As a storyteller though, what I love is that I have eight hours to tell all the stories that I want to tell. And I don't have to spend any of that eight hours reminding audiences what they saw the prior episode, or what they saw earlier in the season, or last season. I can be very smart about that storytelling and use basically all the time that I have to push story forward as opposed to looking back on story we already did. So to me, just as a writer, I love the opportunity because I feel like I can fit that much more story in every episode.


In some ways, The Witcher Season 1 feels almost like an eight-hour movie rather than an eight-episode TV show that would be produced for a broadcast TV release. Characters don't drop the same exposition at the beginning of every episode. Although the timeline twistiness can get a bit confusing at times, when decades are passing for Yennefer (particularly following her intense physical transformation) while years pass for Geralt while only hours have passed for the unfortunate Ciri, the fast pace and development has already set up a potentially fantastic second season.


Originally formed by the writer George Dawes Green as an intimate gathering of friends on a porch in Georgia (where moths would flutter in through a hole in the screen), and then recreated in a New York City living room, The Moth quickly grew to produce immensely popular events at theaters and clubs around New York City and later around the country.The Moth Radio Hour is now available on PRX, so you can experience true stories told live on stage without scripts. Each Moth Radio Hour mixes humorous, heartbreaking, and poignant tales. Learn more here about The Moth, the program series, storytellers and live events.


The Moth Radio Hour features true stories told live on stage without scripts, notes, props, or accompaniment. Each Moth Radio Hour mixes humorous, heartbreaking, and poignant tales that captivate, surprise, and delight audiences with their honesty, bravery and humor.Brought to you by PRX and Jay Allison of Atlantic Public Media, the fall 2010 season is available free to public radio stations. Learn more about The Moth, the series and live events.Broadcast rights for the Fall 2010 Season open on October 1, 2010, and stations may air each program an unlimited number of times prior to April 30, 2011. Please confirm carriage of The Moth Radio Hour by contacting Sean Nesbitt at sean.nesbitt@prx.org.Moth storytellers stand alone, under a spotlight, with only a microphone and a roomful of strangers. The storyteller and the audience embark on a high-wire act of shared experience which is both terrifying and exhilarating. Originally formed by the writer George Dawes Green as an intimate gathering of friends on a porch in Georgia (where moths would flutter in through a hole in the screen), and then recreated in a New York City living room, The Moth quickly grew to produce immensely popular events at theaters and clubs around New York City and later around the country.Today, The Moth is a nonprofit organization with ongoing programs, all of which contribute their best stories to The Moth Radio Hour: The Moth Mainstage where celebrities appear alongside unique voices from all walks of life.


The Moth Radio Hour features true stories told live on stage without scripts, notes, props, or accompaniment. Each Moth Radio Hour mixes humorous, heartbreaking, and poignant tales that captivate, surprise, and delight audiences with their honesty, bravery and humor.Brought to you by PRX and Jay Allison of Atlantic Public Media, the spring 2010 season is available free to public radio stations. Learn more about The Moth, the series and live events.Please confirm carriage of The Moth Radio Hour by contacting Sean Nesbitt at sean.nesbitt@prx.org.


PLEASE NOTE: 2009's pilot season is available to stations on a case-by-case basis. Contact Sean Nesbitt if your station would like to air the pilot season.The Moth Radio Hour features true stories told live on stage without scripts, notes, props, or accompaniment. Each Moth Radio Hour mixes humorous, heartbreaking, and poignant tales that captivate, surprise, and delight audiences with their honesty, bravery, and humor.


Apple TV+ presents lineup of new, original series from the world's greatest storytellers set to debut globally in 2022Today at the Television Critics Association (TCA) Winter Press Tour, Apple TV+ shared a glimpse at new and returning Apple Originals set to make their global debut in the months ahead. Following the recent premieres of critically acclaimed series such as comedy juggernaut "The Afterparty" from Academy Award winners Christopher Miller and Phil Lord, as well as family favorite "Fraggle Rock: Back to the Rock," the reboot of the beloved classic series, Apple TV+ will continue to expand its slate with highly anticipated, all-original titles every month in 2022 and beyond. "In the months ahead, we'll continue to deliver a diverse range of exceptional shows from the world's most inventive and creative minds," said said Matt Cherniss, head of domestic programming, Apple TV+. "We can't wait for audiences all over the world to connect with these incredible, heartwarming and powerful stories just as much as we have."In addition to unveiling first-looks, trailers and premiere dates for soon-to-premiere Apple Original series at TCA, Apple TV+ recently announced new series orders for "Dear Edward," a new drama series based on the novel by Ann Napolitano that will be written, showrun and executive produced by Jason Katims; and "Presumed Innocent," a limited series based on the acclaimed book of the same name by Scott Turow that will be reimagined for the screen by master storyteller David E. Kelley.Viewers can look forward to all of these titles and more, including the second season of global hit, epic saga "Foundation," which recently debuted a first look at its eagerly awaiting new season, coming soon to Apple TV+, with more premiere dates, series and films to be revealed soon.Highlights of new and returning titles set to premiere globally on Apple TV+ in the coming months include:"Suspicion" A new, high-paced thriller starring Academy Award-nominated actress Uma Thurman about the kidnapping of a prominent American businesswoman's son.Premieres globally today, February 4, on Apple TV+."Severance"A new workplace thriller from director and executive producer Ben Stiller, and creator Dan Erickson, starring Academy Award and Emmy Award winner Patricia Arquette, Adam Scott, Emmy Award winner John Turturro, Britt Lower, Zach Cherry, Academy Award winner Christopher Walken and more. In "Severance," Mark Scout (Scott) leads a team at Lumon Industries, whose employees have undergone a severance procedure, which surgically divides their memories between their work and personal lives. This daring experiment in 'work-life balance' is called into question as Mark finds himself at the center of an unraveling mystery that will force him to confront the true nature of his work ... and of himself. The first two episodes of "Severance" premiere Friday, February 18, followed by new weekly installments, every Friday."Lincoln's Dilemma"A four-part documentary series that explores the legacy of President Lincoln and the country's complex journey to end slavery. Narrated by Jeffery Wright and featuring the voices of Bill Camp as Abraham Lincoln and Leslie Odom, Jr. as Frederick Douglass, the series is a 21st century examination of a complicated man and the people and events that shaped his evolving stance on slavery. All four parts of "Lincoln's Dilemma" will premiere globally on Apple TV+ on Friday, February 18. "Dear... " season twoFrom Emmy and Peabody Award winner R.J. Cutler, "Dear... " returns for a second season with a new roster of icons, including the late Andre Leon Talley, Viola Davis, Selena Gomez, Malala Yousafzai, Jane Fonda, Ava DuVernay, Billy Porter, Sandra Oh, Kareem Abdul-Jabbar and Laird Hamilton. Inspired by Apple's groundbreaking "Dear Apple" spots, "Dear... " takes an inventive and cinematic approach to biographies of the most iconic figures in society today by using letters written by those whose lives have been changed through their work."Dear... " season two will premiere globally on Apple TV+ on Friday, March 4."The Last Days of Ptolemy Grey"A new limited series starring Samuel L. Jackson as Ptolemy Grey, an ailing man forgotten by his family, by his friends, and by even himself. Suddenly left without his trusted caretaker and on the brink of sinking even deeper into a lonely dementia, Ptolemy is assigned to the care of orphaned teenager Robyn, played by Dominique Fishback. When they learn about a treatment that can temporarily restore Ptolemy's dementia-addled memories, it begins a journey toward shocking truths about the past, present and future."The Last Days of Ptolemy Grey" will premiere globally on Apple TV+ on Friday, March 11 with the first two episodes, followed by one new episode weekly, every Friday."WeCrashed"Starring Academy Award winners Jared Leto and Anne Hathaway, "WeCrashed" is the highly anticipated eight-episode limited series from Lee Eisenberg and Drew Crevello, based on the hit Wondery podcast "WeCrashed: The Rise and Fall of WeWork," inspired by actual events - and the love story at the center of it all. WeWork grew from a single coworking space into a global brand worth $47 billion in under a decade. Then, in less than a year, its value plummeted. What happened?"WeCrashed'' will premiere globally on Apple TV+ with the first three episodes on March 18, followed by new weekly installments every Friday."Pachinko"Told in three languages - Korean, Japanese, and English - "Pachinko" is the highly anticipated international drama series based on The New York Times bestselling, acclaimed novel of the same name. Epic in scope and intimate in tone, the story begins with a forbidden love and crescendos into a sweeping saga that journeys between Korea, Japan and America to tell an unforgettable story of war and peace, love and loss, triumph and reckoning. "Pachinko" is written and executive produced by Soo Hugh ("The Terror," "The Killing"), who created the series and serves as showrunner."Pachinko'' will premiere globally on Apple TV+ with the first three episodes on Friday, March 25."Slow Horses"A new, six-episode drama series adapted from Mick Herron's CWA Gold Dagger Award-winning novels starring Academy Award winner Gary Oldman, Academy Award nominee Kristin Scott Thomas, Academy Award nominee Jonathan Pryce and Olivia Cooke. "Slow Horses" follows a team of British intelligence agents who serve in a dumping ground department of MI5 - Slough House. Oldman stars as Jackson Lamb, the brilliant but irascible leader of the spies who end up in Slough House due to their career ending mistakes."Slow Horses" will premiere globally on Apple TV+ on Friday, April 4."Roar"A new eight-episode, female-driven anthology series based on a book of short stories by Cecelia Ahern, created by Carly Mensch and Liz Flahive. Featuring an all-star cast, including Academy and Emmy Award winner Nicole Kidman, who also serves as executive producer; Emmy, Grammy and Tony Award winner Cynthia Erivo; Emmy Award winner Merritt Wever and SAG Award nominee Alison Brie; three-time Emmy Award nominee Betty Gilpin, Meera Syal, Fivel Stewart, Kara Hayward and more, "Roar" is a genre-bending anthology series that weaves together eight darkly comedic feminist fables that take unexpected approaches to subjects like gender roles, autonomy and identity."Roar" will premiere globally on Apple TV+ on Friday, April 15."They Call Me Magic"A global documentary event, "They Call Me Magic" is the captivating, real life story of the extraordinary, two-time NBA Hall of Famer and cultural icon Earvin "Magic" Johnson. With unprecedented access, the four-part documentary series explores the remarkable accomplishments and global impact of Magic's life, both on and off the court. Featuring intimate interviews with Magic, his family, and an all-star lineup, this incredible series charts the cinematic life of one of the biggest cultural icons of our era.All four parts premiere globally on Apple TV+ on Friday, April 22."Shining Girls"An eight-episode metaphysical drama series starring Emmy Award winner Elisabeth Moss, created by Silka Louisa, and based on the best-selling novel by Lauren Beukes. "Shining Girls" follows Kirby Mazrachi (Moss), a Chicago newspaper archivist whose dreams of becoming a journalist were put on hold after surviving a brutal attack that has left her in a constantly shifting reality. When Kirby learns that a recent murder is linked to her assault, she teams up with veteran reporter Dan Velazquez (Wagner Moura) to understand her ever-changing present and confront her past. The gripping thriller also stars Jamie Bell, with Phillipa Soo, Chris Chalk and Amy Brenneman rounding out the ensemble cast. "Shining Girls" premieres on Apple TV+ on Friday, April 29 with the first three episodes, followed by one new episode weekly, every Friday. "Tehran" season twoSeason two of the Emmy Award-winning global hit thriller adds Academy Award nominee Glenn Close, who will star alongside Niv Sultan, Shaun Toub and Shervin Alenabi. "Tehran" tells the thrilling story of Mossad agent Tamar Rabinyan, who goes deep undercover on a dangerous mission in Tehran that places her and everyone around her in dire jeopardy.The second season of "Tehran" premieres globally on Apple TV+ on Friday, May 6."Now and Then"Set in Miami, "Now and Then" is an eight-episode bilingual and multi-layered thriller told in Spanish and English that explores the differences between youthful aspirations and the reality of adulthood, when the lives of a group of college best friends are forever changed after a celebratory weekend ends up with one of them dead. Now, 20 years later, the remaining five are reluctantly reunited by a threat that puts their seemingly perfect worlds at risk. The exceptional ensemble cast includes Academy Award nominees Marina de Tavira and Rosie Perez, Ariel Award winner José María Yazpik, multi-Goya Award winner Maribel Verdú, Manolo Cardona, Goya Award winner Soledad Villamil, Emmy Award winner Željko Ivanek, Jorge López, Alicia Jaziz, Dario Yazbek Bernal, Alicia Sanz, Jack Duarte and Miranda de la Serna."Now and Then" will premiere globally on Apple TV+ with the first three episodes on Friday, May 20, followed by one new episode weekly, every Friday. Apple TV+ offers premium, compelling drama and comedy series, feature


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