Tuesday, March 07, 2006

Which Witches Are Black And Which Are White?

A brooding full moon haunts the air as a figure clad in black hums through the air on a straw broomstick.

A pointy black hat billows in the wind as the figure circles in the air, landing on some unsuspecting child’s doorstep.

This scene is typically brought to mind when someone utters the word “witch”.

However, a new BBC Radio Cymru series, Ias Oer, is looking to bring reality to the mystery surrounding the lore.

Ias Oer presenter Catrin Fychan looks at how modern day witches are not the wicked witches from the big screen, but look no different from anyone else. Full Story

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