21 episodes

Trojan War: The Podcast is a serialized telling, in contemporary language, of the myriad stories from Greek mythology that together comprise the greatest epic of Western culture: the story of the Trojan War. All the great characters from Homer’s Iliad are here – Achilles, Helen of Troy, Odysseus, the Olympian Gods – and all the famous moments from the story – the Trojan Horse, The Judgement of Paris and Achilles Heel. Episode after episode, Jeff Wright, the storyteller, delivers a conversational, fast-paced, literate, and addictive, performance.

TROJAN WAR: THE PODCAST Jeff Wright

    • Society & Culture
    • 4.9, 130 Ratings

Trojan War: The Podcast is a serialized telling, in contemporary language, of the myriad stories from Greek mythology that together comprise the greatest epic of Western culture: the story of the Trojan War. All the great characters from Homer’s Iliad are here – Achilles, Helen of Troy, Odysseus, the Olympian Gods – and all the famous moments from the story – the Trojan Horse, The Judgement of Paris and Achilles Heel. Episode after episode, Jeff Wright, the storyteller, delivers a conversational, fast-paced, literate, and addictive, performance.

Customer Reviews

4.9 out of 5
130 Ratings
130 Ratings
SebMorane ,

Best podcast

This is the ultimate experience a podcast can give !

canada040908 ,

Good Story Poorly Delivered

I listened to all 20 episodes, just in case it got better as he went on. He did not. I am sure this gentleman is sincere and perhaps others would like his rambling tangential style but I did not. The strength of the classic tale saves this a bit. but rambling off point digressions are very distracting. “Operation Trojan Storm”? Really? Commenting on Jennifer Lawrence’s “spectacular” breasts in the Hunger Games movies? Really? There were many times I would think “just get on with the story for crying out loud”.

bigtarn ,

Sooo gooood

Jeff’s podcast is amazing! He’s incredibly articulate and paints such a vivid picture. There’s no ads and no gibberish, just him telling the story and he does a great job providing context so we can better understand what’s going on. Thanks for creating this!

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