IATEFL TV Interview Podcast

So how did IATEFL 2022 Belfast go? Wonderfully, but I’ll get to that in the future.

Since David Heathfield, Haneen Khaled and myself were interviewed for IATEFL TV we got permission to turn it into one of our Cornucopia of Tales and Tellers podcasts.

Below you can give a listen to what the event was, some tales locally and what the Hands Up Project is.

Storytelling for Peace A Cornucopia Of Tales and Tellers

'Storytelling is an act of peace' – Christmas is a wonderful moment to stop and reflect on the importance of peace and on how much we need peace in this world.  In this episode, Alan and Simona tell us about the World Storytelling Cafe event 'Storytelling for Peace' held on the 24th of December, and tell some of the stories they shared during the event. If you couldn't attend the storytelling marathon and want to catch up, or if you want to watch it again, you can find it here – https://worldstorytellingcafe.com/performances/storytelling-for-peace-%f0%9f%95%8a%ef%b8%8f/ A Cornucopia of Tales and Tellers is a passion project brought to you by English teachers Alan and Simona, who want to create a compilation – or cornucopia if you will – of stories from all around the world and by as many tellers from around the world as possible.  So grab a cup of tea, chai, water or uisce beatha, relax and enjoy hearing tales that have been handed down generations, or even ones that were dreamt up yesterday! Music by Purple Planet. Find us on Facebook and Twitter. If you like what you hear, you can Buy Us A Coffee to help fund future episodes and the hosting of our podcasts.
  1. Storytelling for Peace
  2. Shoemaking Icelandic Christmases
  3. Musings on the Oxford Storytelling Festival
  4. Hands Up! with Hend and Ouds
  5. A collection of Halloween tales…

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