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Brought to you by SantaUpdate.com the North Pole Podcast is produced by elves for believers of Santa Claus everywhere. Nowhere will you learn more about Santa, the North Pole, elf culture and Christmas than on this special podcast.

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    • Kids & Family
    • 5.0, 5 Ratings

Brought to you by SantaUpdate.com the North Pole Podcast is produced by elves for believers of Santa Claus everywhere. Nowhere will you learn more about Santa, the North Pole, elf culture and Christmas than on this special podcast.

    Flying Behind Santa on Christmas Eve

    Flying Behind Santa on Christmas Eve

    Flying behind Santa on Christmas Eve is like watching your favorite Christmas movie. Now you don’t have to dream about. You can hear about it from the Elf who actually does it.
    Imagine being the elf who follows Santa’s sleigh on Christmas Eve. His name is Elf Crash Murphy and he sees everything Santa does as he makes his way around the world.
    In this special episode of the North Pole Podcast Crash answers questions from trackers and believers around the world about Santa’s Christmas Eve flight. You get to learn about some of the things he has experienced and some of the tools Santa uses.
    It is a very complex operation that Santa runs and this conversation with Crash gives us a great many insights about what it is like.
    This is a don’t miss episode!

    • 18 min
    Santa Makes a Big Announcement

    Santa Makes a Big Announcement

    After many delays Santa finally made the announcement we have been hearing about for days — and, boy! — was it a big one!
    The crew of the North Pole Podcast were there and recorded it live…well, sorta. So we’ll let them tell the story of what Santa had to said and not say anything more in our post here. But it is big news and something we’ll be talking about right up until Santa takes off on Christmas Eve.

    • 11 min
    Working as An Elf at the North Pole

    Working as An Elf at the North Pole

    Becoming an elf and working at the North Pole is the dream of a lot of people.
    In this merry episode of the North Pole Podcast you are introduced to Elf Hugo, the postmaster at the North Pole Post Office. You will learn a bit about his story and how he became an elf.
    You will learn that the path to elfhood takes a long, long time. Hugo’s story is a good example of that. He worked many years in a hard job that supported his family and he raised his children before he ever became an elf. Then, after becoming an elf, he was put to work in a variety of jobs before he ever got the opportunity to do what he does now.
    Elf Hugo is one of the hardest working elves at the North Pole. He is a very good friend of mine. You will never find an elf more devoted to working for Santa or more candid about what it is like to be an elf.
    This episode also reveals a little bit about the kind of mail we receive at the North Pole and how some of the elves feel about it.

    • 9 min
    North Pole Thanksgiving

    North Pole Thanksgiving

    Thanksgiving at the North Pole is not like Thanksgiving anywhere else.
    In this festive episode of the North Pole Podcast Elves Frank, Crash and Sprinkles discuss the grand feast planned for the entire elf community and the famous North Pole Thanksgiving Day Elf Parade, featuring thousands of elves and their trikes.
    New to listeners is Elf Sprinkles Flufflemeyer. But she is know unknown to the thousands of North Pole citizens who love food (which is all of them). Sprinkles talks not only food in this episode but also the elements of elf love that go into everything that has to do with food — even cleaning. It is a fascinating look inside the heart of an elf who loves what she does.
    If you love Thanksgiving, you’ll love this merry episode.

     

    • 12 min
    Secrets of Santa

    Secrets of Santa

    There was nearly a riot getting elves into the studios of Kringle Radio to hear this session recorded. When elves heard what the topic of this podcast would be they just wanted to be there to hear it for themselves.
    It is not because they don’t know the Secrets of Santa. They do.
    But they wanted to see who would say what.
    This episode features two Santa experts: Elf Agent X, head of North Pole Security and Elf Barbara Wa-wa, a North Pole celebrity reporter who is personal friends with both Santa and Mrs. Claus.
    The results of this episode surprised most elves. Elf Holly Berry, hostess of this episode, was pretty disappointed in the outcome. But when Santa heard the finished podcast he said this episode to him is “hilarious”.
    Santa wants it published because the podcast turned out to be more about elves than Santa himself.
    He thinks you need to see that side of things.
    Enjoy!

    • 9 min
    Elf Holidays

    Elf Holidays

    Not only do elves celebrate a lot more holidays than most folks they have their own unique calendar as well. This all-new episode of the North Pole Podcast discusses Elf Holidays and why they celebrate them.
    Thank you for the enthusiastic response to our first episode of the North Pole Podcast. If you liked that one we’re sure you will like Elf Al Pyne’s discussion with Elf Dr. Grant Smedley of Southern North Pole University discussing elf holidays.
    One of the finer details of this discussion deals with the revelation — for the first time ever in public media — of something called Toyvember.
    Santa is a toymaker and his elves are his helpers. Toyvember is a unique period on the elf calendar when Santa dedicates the resources of all his elves specifically for the development of new kinds of toys. Fantastic stuff comes out of Toyvember and in this episode Dr. Smedley shares exactly how Toyvember works and how it fits on the elf calendar.
    This kind of discussion is exactly the reason why Santa wanted us to develop a podcast in the first place. This is deep-diving into elf culture at its best. We hope you enjoy it.

    • 12 min

Customer Reviews

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5 Ratings

kaylyn wimbly ,

Amazing for Christmas

I always love this podcast when the holiday season comes around. I wish they post more though.it’s amazing

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