Wyldwood Radio Indiegog campaign is now live!

Our Indiegogo campaign; Rebuild Wyldwood Radio, is now live!

We hope to raise the funds needed to buy a PC to stream from, a Microphone for live shows, jingles and interviews and to get the software we need for running the station.

Can you help out? If so, please head over to: https://www.indiegogo.com/projects/rebuild-wyldwood-radio-music to find out more!

Bright Blessings!

August Review – Traditional Witchcraft: A Cornish Book of Ways by Gemma Gary

If this is the first book on Traditional Witchcraft that you have read then it will help to give you a solid grounding in the history and practice of the path. If this is not the first book you have read on the subject, you will not be disappointed.

Gemma Gary’s writing style is easy to read and yet does not lose professionalism. The book is a great collection of lore, history and practice drawn not from speculation as are many books in Witchcraft and Paganism, but from historical accounts, years of study and personal experience.

The author takes time to explain what is meant by the term traditional, and to dispel many of the myths and misconceptions that it is entirely ancient or that it is a requirement to belong to any specific group.

The flow of the book is perfect, leading the reader on a continual journey of learning and although the book is not meant to be a “how to” guide, I feel that anyone looking for a grounding in the art would greatly benefit from this book and be set well on their way to learning more.

There is a lot of good information about tools used in the craft, places of importance and toward the end of the book, usage of those tools and spaces as the author gives examples of group ceremonies as well as lots of historical information to back up the reasons for each of the seasonal ceremonies covered. If your background is Wicca, Druidcraft or a more modern form of Witchcraft, you will not find the common wheel of the year here, rather you will be introduced to traditional Cornish customs which generally fall on or around the same dates but have definite historical backgrounds.

This book brings to life a tradition which is essential to preserving British customs. It is a joy to read and I highly recommend it to anyone interested in an approach to Witchcraft which goes beyond that found in Neo-Paganism.

Review by Herne Wyldwood


Traditional Witchcraft: A Cornish Book of Ways is published by Troy Books and is available in paperback and several gorgeous hardback styles from: http://www.troybooks.co.uk/traditional-witchcraft.html

Find Gemma Gary’s Facebook Page here: https://www.facebook.com/AuthorGemmaGary/

Find Troy Book’s Facebook Page here: https://www.facebook.com/troybookspublishing/

Wyldwood Radio is Back!

Wyldwood Radio has returned to the airwaves and we are celebrating six years of Broadcasting!

From a humble beginning as a wyld idea in October 2011, Wyldwood Radio rapidly grew into an international station broadcasting Pagan music & Neofolk to over 21,000 listeners worlwide.

In September 2016 Wyldwood Radio took a break from broadcasting however we are back!

This blog will not contain any of the old interviews, reviews or articles from previous years, this is a fresh slate for all new material!

We here at Wyldwood Radio have been proud to stand out from mainstream media for the last six years, introducing new listeners to new bands from all manner of countries. We have met many beautiful people among our listeners and the bands and artists that we play, and we are eternally thankful to the people who have supported us either with donations, social media sharing or kind words.