An unusual story from Ancient Greece about the meaning of love, originally told in Plato’s Symposium.
Princess Andromeda tells us how she was rescued from a ghastly sea monster by the Greek hero Perseus. We learn about Perseus’s secret weapon, the snaky head of Medusa that can turn men to stone.
A sculptor on the island of Cyprus scorns all women until he falls in love with a statue that he has made.
We continue the Labours of the strong-man Heracles, otherwise known as Hercules.
Heracles (Hercules in Latin) was the the strong-man of the ancient world. He performed twelve labours, and we tell you about the first 6 in
A haunting and romantic song about Jason and Medea, to go with the story of the Golden Fleece.
The final part of Jason and Medea., the story of the golden fleece. Jason must sow the field of Ares with dragons teeth which will jump up into an army of skeleton men. Then Jason and Medea must escape. And there is a twist in the end of the tale.
An uptempo, amusing song about Jason and the Golden Fleece. We hope you will find this fun ! The words are a bit of a tongue-twister.
Princess Medea takes up the story. Jason has come with the Argonauts to Colchis to seek the Golden Fleece for Greece. Medea falls in love with Jason and decides to help him.
Row On – A bluesy rowing song for Jason and Medea sung by Gabriella Burnel