Podcast: Celebrate 50 episodes of the Ghosts and Folklore podcast with a fairy party!

Ghosts and Folklore of Wales with Mark Rees podcast

EP50 Party with the Fairy Folk: The fairies of Wales (y tylwyth teg) have been known to prank those who disturb their revelries. Find out more on episode 50 of the Ghosts and Folklore podcast!

Warning: don’t disturb the fairy folk as they party by night!

The fairy folk of Wales (y tylwyth teg) don’t take kindly to being interrupted by nosy humans.

In these cautionary tales, find out exactly how they react when curious people get a little too close to their merrymaking for comfort.

Join author Mark Rees (Ghosts of Wales) as he celebrates 50 episodes of the Ghosts and Folklore of Wales podcast with a party with the fairy folk, and explores some of the pranks they play on unsuspecting victims.

Get the wine and cake, and iechyd da!

Did you catch last week’s episode of the Ghosts and Folklore of Wales podcast?

Did you miss last week’s episode? Catch up now: EP49 For Whom the Bell Tolls: A Gothic funeral tradition that keeps away evil spirits, plague, fairies and the Devil.

For a full list of every episode, from the Mari Lwyd to the Mabinogion, and to subscribe, visit the Ghosts of Wales podcast page.

Enjoy this fairy-filled podcast? Read more about y tylwyth teg in The A-Z of Curious Wales!

Ghosts of Wales by Mark Rees, host of the Ghosts of Wales podcast

The A-Z of curious Wales by Mark Rees – as well as Mark’s other weird and wonderful books – is available now from all good bookshops, and online from the books page.

Published in 2019 by The History Press, here’s the blurb:

Wales’ history is packed with peculiar customs and curious characters. Here you will discover alien landscapes, ancient druids and a Victorian ghost hunter.

Find out why revellers would carry a decorated horse’s skull on a pole door to door at Christmastime, how an eccentric inventor hoped to defeat Hitler with his futuristic ray gun, and why a cursed wall is protected by a global corporation for fear it might destroy a town.

From the folklore surrounding the red dragon on the flag, to the evolution of the song ‘Sosban Fach’, this compendium of weird and wonderful facts will surprise and delight even the most knowledgeable resident or visitor.

Click here to order The A-Z of Curious Wales by Mark Rees