This is the third episode based on The Saga of the Völsungs, the last part of the story. We follow Guðrún and her relationship with Atli (aka Attila the Hun). There is a bit of tragedy. A lot of violence and a horrific scene which is not meant for children (even though children are involved).
The Shield Maiden's Wrath
A continuation of Völsunga Saga..
The Dragon's Bane
It is said that tales of dragons and dragon slayers are universal. That is not quite true. This is a story that has been retold in numerous ways. This isn't the "original" but it is one of the oldest we know.
A Winter in Iceland 1834-1835
The Hon. Arthur Dillon visited Iceland in 1834. He spent a little over a year in the country and later published a book about his travels. This episode covers both his observations on the Icelandic winter and his lasting legacy in the country.
The Beast of Katanes
Folk tales can take centuries to reach a finely tuned flow. This one was published about twenty years after the events that shook up the quiet farms on the northern shore of Hvalfjörður.
The recording was not as good as usual but it shouldn't be too noticeable.