Friday, September 7, 2012
Wednesday, January 4, 2012
The Sir Justyn Facebook Page
The new Sir Justyn Website
I am also aware that some of the older episodes are no longer working for some weird reason and I am trying to find out why and reestablish their links. So thanks all for sticking around and keeping the home fires burning for me. By the Saints, it feels good to be back!
Sunday, January 30, 2011
Get in touch with me here at ATM on the forums at www.sirjustyn.com or by email at firstname.lastname@example.org and tell me what has been happening in your medieval world. Tell me you like the podcast. Tell how to improve it. Tell me what you want on the podcast. Tell me what you need to tell me.
Heralds Call News
Azincourt by Bernard Cornwell. Check out the authors website at http://www.bernardcornwell.net/
13 Paces Without a Head, the story of a peculiarly German hero, the egalitarian pirate Klaus Stšrtebeker and is in production as a feature film. http://german-films.de/app/filmarchive/film_view.php?film_id=1926
1200 Manuscripts Online. http://www.wdl.org/en
Last episode for those who can either cast their minds far enough back or those who perhaps are still expecting it will recall that this episode was intended to be a Part 2 to medieval food and dining.
The Market Place
Agincourt by Bernard Cornwell http://www.bernardcornwell.net/index.cfm?page=2&BookId=49
Medieval Intrigue by Ian Mortimer http://www.ianmortimer.com/books/intrigue/intrigue.htm
The Demons Parchment by Jeri Westerson http://www.jeriwesterson.com/
Fletching Medieval Arrows http://www.englishlongbowfilms.com/
The Pole Axe http://www.freelanceacademypress.com/poleaxedvd.aspx
Pillars of the Earth http://www.ken-follett.com/news/index.html
Click on play to stream the Episode
Saturday, January 1, 2011
2010 was huge but 2011 will be even bigger and I have some exciting plans and work coming up this year. It is not just my intention, loyal readers and listeners, but my duty to include you all in the news and goings on unlike the year just past.
So lift your cups, goblets, tankards and jugs and here is to the passing of another year and the challenges of a new one! Wassail!
Tuesday, December 28, 2010
The All Things Medieval podcast is coming back.
The next episode is scheduled for January 2011 and every month there after as a minimum. I have sorted some things out in regards to making the job easier and will be again committing time to the show. It's been a long time but I am really looking forward to making a grand come back. I hope you'll join me. To accompany the return of the show I'll be setting up a few other things to go along with it, primarily networking stuff and either a new set of forums or at least a mended old forum after it's many woundings from hordes of spammers.
I look forward to a new year with you all and as always welcome suggestions, comments and greetings. Chat with you again soon!
Tuesday, July 13, 2010
The Abbey Medieval Festival has been and gone for 2010 and now I can get onto other things including podcasting! If you have never been to this event and you live in Australia and have a love of the Middle Ages, you really need to get yourself to this event. It is the biggest and best event of it's kind in Australia regardless what you hear from other lesser shows. Of course Sir Justyn was present with his falconers, hounds, knights, archers, gonners, squires and ladies and will be again next year.
Tuesday, June 15, 2010
If you are still waiting and by the saints you have the patience of Mother Teresa if you are, there will be more podcasts forthcoming. I have not madce the podcast a priority for the last 12 months or more but I am keen to get back into recording and soon! In the meantime here is a pic of Dr Ian Mortimer and I in Cornwall at a presentation and lecture hosted by Katrina Wood from Kats Hats. Dr Mortimer is the author of The Perfect King and The Time Travellers Guide to Medieval England among other titles.