Decided to move the videos to a separate post, to make it easier for people to see them all. Please add any more videos to this thread.

The Prancing Pony Podcast Facebook live interview at Tolkien 2019 - A chat with Jeremy & Andrew from Tolkien Collector's Guide. Left to right Alan Sisto from the Prancing Pony Podcast https://theprancingponypodcast.com, Jeremy Edmonds (Urulókë) from tolkienguide.com and Andrew Ferguson (Trotter) from tolkienguide.com.



Tolkien scholar Christina Scull presents "'I met a lot of things on the way that astonished me': Natural Growth in Writing The Lord of the Rings" at Tolkien 2019, held in Birmingham during August 2019.



Writer Brian Sibley presents "The Hobbits and I: My Travels in Middle-earth" at Tolkien 2019, held in Birmingham during August 2019.



Alan Lee shares some of his illustrations at Tolkien 2019. Some new illustrations from The Hobbit are shown at the end of the video.



Panel discussion on The Lord of the Rings on Prime held during Tolkien 2019 in Birmingham. I think one of the people may be loosely involved with the site



Dimitra Fimi presents her paper "Tolkien, Folklore, and Foxes: a thoroughly vulpine talk in which there may be singing!" at Tolkien 2019 in Birmingham during August 2019.



Jay Johnstone presents his paper "Pauline Diana Baynes: an artist's inspiration" at Tolkien 2019 in Birmingham during August 2019.



The Illustrating Tolkien Panel at Tolkien 2019 - held in Birmingham during August 2019 - featured Shaun Gunner, Alan Lee, Anke Eißmann, Jenny Dolfen, Ted Nasmith and Jay Johnstone.



The Tolkien Society's take on the BBC radio show "Just a Minute" featuring Lyn Wilshire, Maggie Bailey, Shaun Gunner, Neil Anderson, Marcel Aubron-Bülles, and Tom Shippey.

The rules of Just a Minute



Ted Nasmith shares some of his illustrations at Tolkien 2019, held in Birmingham during August 2019.



Tom Shippey presents his paper "Heirs of Tolkien? The Major Contenders" at Tolkien 2019 in Birmingham during August 2019.



Wayne G. Hammond presents his paper "Tolkien and His Publishers" at Tolkien 2019, held in Birmingham during August 2019.



Tolkieniano The full video of the speech Tom Shippey gave in Birmingham for the presentation of my work, "Tolkien's Library".



Michael Flowers did a talk on Tolkien in East Yorkshire, which was not recorded at Tolkien2019, but the content was 85% the same as this previous talk, Michael has informed me



The Prancing Pony Podcast Facebook live interviews from Tolkien2019 - A day 1 visit with Marcel Aubron-Bülles (https://thetolkienist.com) and Luke Shelton (https://luke-shelton.com/tolkien-expe...) about the talks they'd be giving at Tolkien 2019.



The Prancing Pony Podcast Facebook from Tolkien2019 - chat with Ted Nasmith We visit with Ted Nasmith (https://www.tednasmith.com), gifted Tolkien artist, perhaps most well-known for his work on The Silmarillion.



The Prancing Pony Podcast Facebook from Tolkien2019 - sitting down with Andrew Higgins! We sit down with Dr. Andrew Higgins -- who was part of the very first interview episode we did back in episode 20. https://theprancingponypodcast.com/201 ... -fimi-and-andrew-higgins/



A video from http://www.henneth-annun.ru/index.php ... iz-birmingema-den-vtoroj/ of the People's Orchestra at Tolkien2019



This talk was originally presented at Tolkien 2019 in Birmingham, UK on 8th August 2019. Quite a few people who missed the talk or couldn't attend the event asked if we could make it available, including all audio samples, online. Happy to oblige we arranged for Paul to come into our studio to record this and now we make it available to you all.



Prancing Pony Podcast 15th September 2019

Alan and Shawn reunite in person for a live recording from Tolkien 2019 in Birmingham, England! We interviewed several special guests at the conference, including returning guests (Marquette University archivist Bill Fliss, authors Dimitra Fimi and John Garth) and some first-timers: legendary artist Ted Nasmith, Richard Medrington — the man behind the one-man theatrical production of Leaf By Niggle — and dramatist Brian Sibley of the Lord of the Rings BBC radio play! Plus live questions from our panel audience, questionable wardrobe choices, and some other unquestionably good stuff!