We believe one can find inspiration in the stories that have evolved out of fantasy, sci-fi, history, myth and the hero’s journey. To share that belief, we built a radio station that pulls from our favorite films, stories, musicians, and artists who have adventured into, and sometimes out of, the mythical and historical worlds that inspire all of us. Tune in, and join us for an epic adventure!
Welcome to Heroes and Mortals Radio!
Radio forged from the heroes and mortals of history and myth!
September 22 is the birthday of Bilbo and Frodo Baggins, and we’re celebrating with a party of special magnificence, a day of music and audio inspired by their adventures! Bilbo threw himself quite the going away party on September 22nd and we here at Heroes and Mortals like to keep that celebration going with our […]
King Arthur is familiar to everyone who loves medieval stories and to many so are the expanded stories of individual characters within Arthurian legend. One of those characters, Sir Gawain, has been written about extensively, particularly his quest against The Green Knight in two famous 14th century poems, Sir Gawain and the Green Knight and […]
Heroes and Mortals recently paid visit to Wyrd Leatherworks and Meadery, a Viking themed venue for fine leatherwork and even finer mead and we very highly recommend a visit if you live in or are just plundering through Portland. That got us thinking of the genres of Viking-themed music (of which there are many) and […]
Everyone loves Arthurian legend and we’re well steeped in it’s lore here at Heroes and Mortals. Much of that is because we’re avid readers of Medievalists.net, one of the most popular sources for medieval lore, history, art, and content online. Author James Turner at medievalists.net just wrapped up an 8-part series titled “In Search of […]
If the internet is good for anything, it’s going down rabbit holes of the odd things people find and post online. Today’s ventures ended up at this article from ArtNet a few years ago about a piece of music in the 15th Century Hieronymus Bosch painting “The Garden of Earthly Delights”. Look closely at the poor […]
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A dramatized reading of everyone's favorite tale. In 1974, Nicol Williamson recorded an abridged reading of The Hobbit for Argo Records, authorization for the abridgement having been provided by Tolkien's publisher. The recording was produced by Harley Usill.Learn more
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