Sunday, March 10, 2013

The Red Haired Girl

Good help is so hard to find, but what do you do when your family is complaining about a maid that you don't remember hiring? Tonight, New Babbage's favorite red, Junie Ginsburg, reads The Red Haired Girl, by Sabine Baring-Gould (1834-1924).

Sabine was an eclectic scholar and folklorist whose best known work is the hymn Onward Christian Soldiers. Oddly, he is also noted for writing The Book of Were-Wolves, the 16 volume The Lives of the Saints, and the popular  Curious Myths of the Middle Ages, which was an overview of medieval superstition.

Join us at noon SLT (California time) at the Gangplank in Clockhaven or at 8pm at the Bucket of Blood Public House in New Babbage, where you can get a nice stiff drink to ward off the chill of the night. Show will be broadcast over Radio Riel Steampunk

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Host: YoYo Underby
Reader: Junie Ginsburg. 
Music: Music for Funeral Homes Part 11, Phantasm, Gagool, Investigations, by Kevin MacLeod
Outro: Bookworm Heinrichs
Music: New Babbage Shore by MacKnight Culdesac.
Production: Mosseveno Tenk
additional material written by Kris Law and Mosseveno Tenk
Runtime: 35:00

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