"Scottish Myths & Legends" explores the magic, mystery and sprinkling of mayhem that covers the dramatic landscape of Scotland. From the ancient tales of the Loch Ness Monster to the stories of shape shifting Kelpies, we go on a fascinating journey of discovery to uncover the stories behind the myths and the magnificent Scottish landscape that has inspired these truly legendary legends.
With the atmospheric and sometimes haunting melodies of traditional Irish music compiled and performed by Wylde Green, one of the most popular contemporary Irish bands of the 21st Century, this program imparts the true flavor of Ireland and the myths and legends so beloved of this wonderful nation of storytellers. When it comes to a good story the Irish certainly know how to tell a fine tale and with their rich heritage of myths and legends, that are so much a part of Irelandʼs colorful history, any visitor to the Emerald Isle will be certain to enjoy a great wealth of tradition and culture. "Irish Myths and Legends" brings together a selection of the best-loved stories of Ireland, travelling to the amazing, legendary places that have both inspired and thrilled in equal measure.
In the modern world, witchcraft and witches are dismissed as fantasies, but in many cultures, magic is alive and its practitioners admired and feared. Join National Geographic on a quest to find the stories behind the myths and legends of witchcraft. Along the way, we'll meet an anthropologist who became a believer in Mexico and a witch cleanser; in Zimbabwe.
Twenty-five different songs, skits, and strange behavior filmed live. Includes film collages by Bonniebon. Filmed by Hisham Mayet, Sun City Girls, and Javier Gallegos.
This home video release features two episodes from the Wondrous Myths and Legends series, in which schoolgirl Lisa and her brother Nick accidentally discover the Cavern of Mythos, which allows them to travel into another world where the great myths of history are fact -- and they've become active participants. In "The Mystery of the Loch Ness Monster," Lisa and Nick are transported to Scotland, where they encounter the famous Loch Ness monster and discover he's not the menace they expected. And "The Valor of St. George, the Dragonslayer" finds Nick and Lisa in medieval days, where Nick is believed to be a valiant knight and is sent out to do battle with a ill-tempered, fire-breathing dragon.
In 2005 the French progressive rock band Magma presented a series of concerts in which they performed all of their major works of the previous 35 years. These concerts were filmed and released as a series of four DVDs.
Roswell Conspiracies: Aliens, Myths and Legends was an animated program, that originally aired in 1999 as part of BKN, the syndicated's cartoon programing block. The programming segment premiered in 1992. The show was part of BKN's drive to reinvent itself. The show's premise was that aliens had been living among humans for ages, and were the origins of many of the creatures humans know from myth, folklore and legends, including vampires and werewolves.
TV Land: Myths and Legends is a TV Land original television series in which celebrity and expert panelists discuss popular myths surrounding American television, music, and motion pictures. The six episode first season aired weekly on Wednesday nights starting January 30, 2007. Ratings were generally impressive for the first season. To coincide with the 30th anniversary of Elvis Presley's death, TV Land: Myths and Legends aired a half-hour special on "The King of Rock 'n Roll" in August 2007, in which, the most popularly held mysteries of Elvis' life were examined.