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    Season 3 Premiere! What’s in store for Ragnar and company this year? A trip to Wessex, raids, glory? All that and more! Find out on another great episode of Vikings.

    On this episode of The Vikings Podcast we’ll review and recap the Season 3 premiere episode, Mercenary. Then we’ll look at the history presented in the show and see how it compares to actual history.

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    Ragnar and Lagertha’s fleets depart Kattegat once more for Wessex but this time they bring settlers. King Ecbert hosts the Vikings and proposes a deal. Despite the misgivings of some of the other leaders, Ragnar leads his forces into battle once more, but this time as allies of Wessex.

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    http://www.medievalarchives.com/2015/02/22/vikings-podcast-mercenary/

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  5. The Vikings Podcast #302: The Wanderer - Medieval Archives

    Episode 2 picks up right where the last one ended. Lagertha has established a new farming settlement and Ragnar and his Vikings are attacking Mercia.

    Strange dreams haunt the Ladys of Kattegat as a mysterious Wanderer enters the village. Will the Saxons oppose the Viking Farmers? Will Ragnar defeat the Mercians? Will Calf rule Hedeby as Earl? Find out on another great episode of Vikings!

    On this episode of The Vikings Podcast we’ll review and recap episode 2, The Wanderer. Then we’ll look at the history presented in the show and see how it compares to actual history.

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    Lagertha and Athelstan help to establish the Viking settlement in Wessex. Harbard, a mysterious wanderer, arrives in Kattegat, realizing the forewarned dreams of Aslaug, Siggy and Helga.

    Listen to the episode now

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    http://www.medievalarchives.com/2015/03/05/vikings-podcast-wanderer/

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    The Christmas Stocking podcast features interesting Christmas info, music, and more. (http://christmasstocking.wordpress.com/)

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    Posted by Editor on December 29th, 2011

    Andrew catalogues some of the forgotten heroes of Christmas including trolls, elves, Oden and a midnight menace so scary the Pope had to take action against them. Bonnie The Invisible Wife tuns the tables on Mayne, inventing a bone chilling (yet strangely erotic) scenario involving a grim Christmas gift request. Brian brings to light a new commercial comparing the most infamous group of racists ever and their possible allegiance with dog lovers everywhere. Justin passionately defends the right to name planets silly names.

    Everyone gives their 2012 predictions! Space Age II! Politicians! Maker Bots! AND MORE!

    http://weirdthings.com/2011/12/podcast-serial-killer-christmas-card/

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    Welcome to your Atheist Christmas Podcast for the Year of Our Overlords, 2010. This year, I’m looking back at Christmas past. "Your past" you ask? No, long past. Looooong past. Go back, back, back before that cloudy April when some guy who may have been named Jesus but decidedly didn’t perform any miracles and wasn’t born of a virgin and may or may not have been a prophet or a rabbi, and may or may not have been crucified, was born. You’ll see Egyptians lounging about, you’ll see Greek women tearing apart a hapless young man, and you’ll see masters pretending their slaves are "free" for a fortnight. You’ll see yetis and wildmen covered in fur, delivering presents to people in northern Europe and Scandinavia. You’ll see holly, ivy and trees, decorated in festive gold and silver, and blazing fires, while people warm themselves and gorge on meat. You’ll see lascivious displays of cross dressing and public orgy. You’ll marvel as reindeer fly on psychedelic mushrooms, and wonder why you still see those mushrooms on Christmas trees. There is so much to see, and only a month to see it all. So strap in and get ready to be overwhelmed, or, in the case of most of you, underwhelmed. "Seen that, done it."

    My listeners are edumacated.

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    http://rocketship.fm/episodes/ep-73-ian-heidt/

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