A series exploring local Urban Myths & the surrounding evidence, with the opportunity to offer your own conclusions online.
A humorous or horrific story or piece of information circulated as though true, especially one purporting to involve someone vaguely related
or known to the teller.
With a 'gorilla' style approach, Urban Myths seeks to uncover the facts and fiction around local stories that have fascinated people of all ages.
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Tolkien - The Early Years
Was Tolkien inspired by the West Midlands' landscape? In the first episode of Urban Myths, we explore Tolkien's early life and how the places he lived may have inspired his writings.
Tolkien - Later Childhood
In our second episode, we take a look into the latter part of Tolkien's younger years and how his surroundings could have shaped his novels.
Sabrina - Goddess of
the River Severn
Our third episode explores the enchanting tale of Sabrina, and how her tale connects to creation and naming of the River Severn.