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A unique view of mythology ... Imagine: Ancient Greek gods in the modern world ... Were the Greek gods no more than myths? Modern scholars say so. What if they're wrong? ... Join best selling author and mythologist Patrick Garner as he explores each of the major Greek gods--Zeus, Apollo, Artemis, Aphrodite, Athena, Poseidon, Ares and many others--and offers rare insights into who these divine beings were--and what became of them.
 
A 12-part podcast series hosted by acclaimed author Robin D.G. Kelley, exploring the music and legacy of pianist Erroll Garner. Each episode is grounded in one of Garner's albums and features a conversation between Robin and a different musician. The guests include some of today's most important voices in jazz, as Uncovered attempts to answer one central question: Who is Erroll Garner to you?
 
The Garner Report will help you discover how to use real, evidence-based methods to optimize your health, fat loss, and muscle building goals through an easy to understand format. These are the same steps I discuss with my personal clientele that I have used for many years in order to get world-class results for my clients that include everybody from the recreational exerciser to the world record breaking athletes.
 
Todd knows movies. For 30 years, the Hollywood veteran has overseen 170 films (and counting) - including XXX, Anger Management, 13 Going on 30, Paul Blart: Mall Cop, Black Hawk Down, Punch Drunk Love, Con Air, and Hellboy. Join Todd as he shares tips and stories on the movie business and chats it up with A-list industry pals.
 
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Welcome to Episode 19 … This episode focuses on a woman who was, perhaps, the most powerful in all of Greece. The daughter of the sun god, Helios, Medea was a sorceress and the infamous wife of Jason, the hero and leader of the Argonauts … Medea was really the mastermind of all of Jason’s heroic acts. Without her he would have been nothing. With he…
 
Welcome to Episode 18 … Here we open Pandora’s Box, and inside, to our horror, we find ... the Fates and the Furies. All divine, the Three Fates and the Three Furies were daughters of the ancient being Nyx, who was herself the daughter of Chaos … The Fates presided at every birth, determining a mortal’s lifespan and occupation. The Furies were enfo…
 
Welcome to Episode 17 … In this podcast we enter the extraordinary world of nymphs. These semi-divine beings were young girls who populated and protected every waterway, spring and sacred grove. They were not deathless, but could live for centuries, and were found throughout Greece, Sicily, Crete and on all the Cycladic islands of the Aegean sea … …
 
Welcome to Episode 16 … where we linger on the mysterious island of Aeaea with the goddess Circe. She trafficked in herbs and magical spells, and became infamous for turning sailors who stumbled onto her beaches into wolves, and wolves into swine, and swine into snakes … Circe’s lasting fame arose during the year the wily Odysseus spent in her comp…
 
Welcome to Episode 15 where we travel back to Athens in our mythology time machine for one grand purpose: We seek to experience the famous Eleusinian Mysteries. The Mysteries were a must-attend, life-or-death ritual. Those who successfully participated were assured a pleasant afterlife. And those who did not attend were herded by Hades into a disma…
 
Welcome to Episode 14 where we look at the adventures — and the strangely modern travails — of the wine-god, Dionysos, whom the Romans called Bacchus. An ancient being, he was the exotic god of ecstasy and dance. The inventor of theater and wine, he was alternately celebrated and feared. Whereas many of the Olympic gods exploited women, he was thei…
 
Welcome to Episode 13! How many of us know the god Hephaistos? You may think of him as Vulcan… but that's the Roman rebranding of the god who was known by the ancient Greeks as the fire-god. He was the god who turned his disability into a genius that wowed the gods and men alike. His seemingly endless creations were almost unimaginable. Robots call…
 
Welcome to Episode 12! We start with everybody's friend, the winged-foot god Hermes... He's the god of fertility and guide to the underworld… the patron god of thieves and dreams. Then we shift to the queen of the heavens, Hera, who was married to Zeus and takes the crown as the most vindictive wife in history... and to her counterpart, Hestia, the…
 
Garner resident Mary Williams has traveled the country and other parts of the world performing and educating audiences about African American musical traditions. She is an adjunct professor at Duke University's Center for Documentary Studies. For more than a decade she has been team teaching a course with Timothy Tyson titled "The South in Black an…
 
Welcome to Episode 11. Listen as we wander in the shadows of ancient crossroads with the goddess Hekate, the patron of today’s witches. She was as close a friend to Hades as she was to the divine huntress, Artemis. We finish the second half of the episode in the company of the god of war, the remorseless Ares. Hekate easily slipped between the worl…
 
In our 10th episode we meet The Pythia, perhaps Greece's most astonishing figure. She served as Apollo's voice of prophesy. And unsurprisingly, she was never wrong. You may have heard her referred to as the Delphic Oracle, because she lived in Delphi, which the Greeks considered the center of the world The Pythia was considered infallible, and inde…
 
In our best installment yet (and our 9th episode) , we meet Aphrodite. You might think of her as Venus, but the Greeks knew her as Aphrodite, the eternal Goddess of Love. Her origins are amazing, and her decision to devote herself to the arts of love are an amazing decision, as you will see. What happened to this seductress? Reassuringly, nothing. …
 
In the 8th episode of Garner's Greek Mythology , we meet Zeus' two brothers, Poseidon and Hades. The first was the Lord of the Sea, and the second? The dark Lord of the Underworld. Poseidon, known to the Romans as Neptune, ruled all waters. When crossed he could create earthquakes and rake shorelines with mighty tsunamis. Sailors sacrificed to him …
 
With Warner Bros. shaking up the distribution model, veteran Producer Todd Black talks about studios and streamers, the future of the movie business, his early days in Hollywood, his relationships with Will Smith and Denzel Washington, the making of Antwone Fisher, The Pursuit of Happyness and The Equalizer franchise!…
 
On this special bonus episode from the Garner archives, we remember Martha Glaser. As Erroll Garner's longtime manager, advocate and business parter, she helped him to build one of the most important musical legacies of the 20th century. Hear Martha in conversation with Montreal radio host Ted Miller, in July of 1966, and read more about Martha in …
 
This is the 7th episode of Garner's Greek Mythology. Apollo was the god of prophesy and healing. Known as the sun-god, he founded the famous temple in Delphi from which the Pythia issued warnings and prophesies for more than 1200 years. Apollo also established centers for healing throughout Greece. Yet like his sister Artemis, he was a god of contr…
 
The kingmaker Stephanie Allain shares her journey from her early days as a script reader - to discovering John Singleton and Robert Rodriguez - to producing such hits as Hustle and Flow and Dear White People - to bringing diversity to the production of the Academy Awards!Di Todd Garner
 
Todd catches up with fellow Disney alumn - and head of Burr! Productions - Kristin Burr about working on movies at Disney in the 90’s - how her love of musicals affected her taste later in life - and her current work on Netflix's Jingle Jangle: A Christmas Journey and 2021's Cruella!Di Todd Garner
 
This is the 6th episode of Garner's Greek Mythology. What a journey! Here we discuss Artemis, the protector of girls, women and all things that suckle--yet, we learn that she was also a skilled hunter. Like Athene and the gods, this goddess was riddled with contradictions. The Romans in their infuriating way renamed her Diane ... She was a proud vi…
 
Host Robin D.G. Kelley spins tracks from Campus Concert and pianist/composer Helen Sung steps behind the keys to demonstrate Garner’s iconic style. They explore Helen's journey to jazz, Erroll’s history with the “mambo” sound, and discuss what it means to truly understand the language of music. Listen to the album: https://www.errollgarner.com/camp…
 
This is the 5th episode of Garner's Greek Mythology. Here we discuss Athene, the so-called rational goddess of war. Was she? Hardly. Like all the gods she was complex and riddled with contradictions. Her stories are frequently those of passion and outrage. Reason was often set aside by this goddess who was considered the most intelligent of all the…
 
You can't see him. But you can hear him! WWE Superstar JOHN CENA gets candid with Todd on the set of their film VACATION FRIENDS! John shares how growing up in West Newbury, Massachusetts affected his early wrestling career - his ability to pivot as a live performer - and how that impacted him as a screen actor in both action films and comedies!…
 
In this special Veterans Day edition, local World War II and Vietnam War veteran Spencer Cardwell offers a tour of the Garner Veterans Memorial at Lake Benson Park. Additional commentary by memorial designer Mon Peng Yueh and memorial earthcasts sculptor Thomas Sayre. For more--including how to purchase a memorial brick--visit GarnerVeteransMemoria…
 
Zeus! A monster’s death. In this 4th episode of Garner's Greek Mythology, we look at Zeus, the greatest Olympic god. He's best revealed through his many stories--and the episode is filled with them. Narrated by mythologist and best-selling author, Patrick Garner, Garner's Greek Mythology is unlike any other Greek history series. The series views th…
 
You‘ve heard of Zeus, Apollo and Aphrodite. In this episode we explore the Greek creation story and learn of a divinity who has made the world and has the power to kill gods at her whim. Narrated by mythologist and best-selling author, Patrick Garner, Garner's Greek Mythology is unlike any other Greek history series. The series views these divine b…
 
Episode two examines what really happened to the revered Greek gods and where they are today. Historians treat them as fantasies, as "myths." Here we suspend our disbelief and explore why the gods were never myths; here, too, we follow them as they slowly retreat during the collapse of the Roman empire--and wander into other pursuits as a new relig…
 
In this first episode, we discover that the Greek gods never left! They’re here, now and operating in our modern world. It’s a wildly entertaining exploration that makes today’s world come alive. Narrated by mythologist and best-selling author, Patrick Garner, Garner's Greek Mythology is unlike any other Greek history series as the podcasts view th…
 
Todd goes a mile a minute with horror film mastermind ELI ROTH as they chat about Eli's love of 80's sex comedies - filming in the jungles of Chile - and which Disney film served as the inspiration for Hostel! Don't miss History of Horror - Saturdays on AMC! And stay tuned for Eli's adaptation of BORDERLANDS with Cate Blanchett!…
 
On this special bonus episode from the Garner archives, listen to Erroll himself chat with radio host Mike Rapchak during a visit to Chicago in 1966. Check back in 2 weeks for our next full episode. Check out the full Octave Remastered Series: https://www.errollgarner.com/ Learn more about Erroll Garner Uncovered: https://errollgarner.com/podcast F…
 
CEO of one of the “big four” agencies - JEREMY ZIMMER joins Todd to talk about how Hollywood is approaching packaging - expanding divisions across multiple platforms - adapting to new trends and technologies - and what content and distribution might look like post-pandemic!Di Todd Garner
 
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