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By 雁天儿
【柴米生活,文墨点滴】 一个故事,不止一份心情。 这里是柴米生活,和你分享,生命中那些平凡却美好的点滴。
By LoveStory宝宝爱故事
【金牌】故事节目主播 马里奥老师,为宝贝讲故事。 添加 微信公众号:lovestorybb “好听的故事,尽在 lovestory 宝宝爱故事!”
By Nikesh Shukla
Author Nikesh Shukla talks to writers, comedians, musicians, journalists and actors about writing, laughing, singing, commenting, acting. This is the anti-Q&A - a freewheeling, sometimes irreverent (don't you hate the word irreverent) conversation that covers everything from r'n'b to writing to books to zombies. Subaltern: persons socially, politically and geographically outside the hegemonic power structure.
By Trevor Berrett
The Mookse and the Gripes podcast is a monthly podcast dedicated to discussing the books published by NYRB Classics. Visit our blog at http://mookseandgripes.com/reviews. Follow us on Twitter @mookse. Email [email protected]
By Matt Brown
The Word Monkeys is a podcast about what it takes to write a book. Author Matt Brown and his future self shoot the breeze with some of his favourite authors!
By Gareth Clark McKay
The Lone Drunk Readeth is a storytelling podcast that features one short story per week, narrated and edited by the drunken writer and actor that is Gareth Clark McKay. The majority of fiction included is horror and dark comedy, with a mixture of existential themes. Recommendations for future shows are always welcome, from readers and writers of all kinds. Please visit www.gcmckay.com to send any suggestions and subscribe for future news and upcoming releases.
By botar
Originally published in 1911, A Princess of Mars is the first appearance of John Carter. A Southern gentleman who is transported by mysterious means from the Arizona desert of the Old West to the surface of Mars. In no time at all Carter is facing 12 foot tall, green-skinned, four-armed, Martians riding immense six legged beasts with mouths full of fangs. The vicious and warlike green Martians are armed to the tusks with swords, spears and deadly radium pistols. Carter discovers that, on Mars...
By botar
King Solomons Mines, first published in 1885, was a best-selling novel by the Victorian adventure writer H. Rider Haggard. It relates a journey into the heart of Africa by a group of adventurers led by Allan Quatermain in search of the legendary wealth said to be concealed in the mines of the novels title. It is significant as the first fictional adventure novel set in Africa, and is considered the genesis of the Lost World literary genre. - Haggard wrote over 50 books, among which were 14 no...
By Justy Gee
A post-apocalyptic audio drama, in which rampant fires have destroyed not only lives and the earth, but what little civilization was left. Rhana is on a mission to restore humanity to the world.
By AVpodcast
Dos amigos se retan el uno al otro a descubrir un trozo recóndito de subcultura friki
By Loyal Books
Published in 1915, The Scarecrow of Oz is the ninth book in the Oz book series and focuses on the adventures of Cap’n Bill, Trot, and the Scarecrow, who find themselves entangled in the politics of Jinxland and must work against formidable odds to overthrow its despot and restore rule to its rightful successor. Apart from the appearances of familiar faces, the novel also accommodates a fresh set of characters and magical creatures residing in the Land of Oz, further contributing to its classi...
By Loyal Books
Oh My Goodness! What a lot of incredible adventures are packed into this epic. The evil gnome king plots to destroy Oz and enslave it's people; evil creatures from many places are enlisted in this dastardly plan that has every chance of success. Dorothy brings her Aunt and Uncle from Kansas where they have been evicted from the farm, to live in Oz and they are given a tour of parts of Oz that have never been visited before. A city of paper dolls, a city of jig saw people, a city of bunnies an...
By Loyal Books
Dorothy and Toto set out to help the Shaggy Man (who really is very shaggy) and end up lost, following a strange new road. Along the way they meet Button Bright, a little boy who is not really very bright at all, The Rainbow's Daughter, the Fox King and many other curious creatures including the deadly Scoodlers who want to make soup of them and the Musicker who can't stop making music. But the adventurers make their way to the Deadly Desert and cross it in a novel way to reach the Land of ...
By Loyal Books
Who is stealing all the magic in Oz? Dorothy and her friends set out to comb all of Oz, not only for magic stolen from Glinda and the Wizard, but also for the kidnapped princess, Ozma. Along the way, they explore regions never seen in other Oz books, meeting strange and interesting people and animals, and falling into peril more than once. It’s a desperate mission – for if the thefts are all linked, then it means that some magician unknown to them has acquired powers beyond any available to t...
By Corey Lansdell
A podcast dedicated to the journey of becoming a published children's book author and illustrator. Perfect for beginner illustrators and authors looking for inspiration and insight.
By Matthew Félix
When Matthew had to renew his European visa, his point of exit was obvious: he was going to Morocco. Memories of his previous trip filled him with anxiety. What was he thinking? After everything that had happened, did he really want to go back? Scams. Altercations. Mishaps. But also humor and beauty. His curiosity overcoming his fears, his second trip would prove as unforgettable as the first. Select excerpts from the book "With Open Arms" and the forthcoming audiobook of the same name. Read ...
By Pushkin House
Introducing the Pushkin House Podcast. A new podcast series from the UK's oldest independent Russian cultural centre - featuring in-depth interviews and conversations with leading artists, academics, and public figures, covering the full extent of our rich cultural programme.
By FirePitHuke
The Fire Pit crew discuss Faith and the Bible and encourage the listener to Stay Lit for Christ between Sundays.
By Shayla Grace
There are, on average, 130 million books currently existing in the world today. Statistically speaking, not all of them can be very good. Some of them might, in fact, be absolutely terrible. ​Novel Nightmares is a biweekly podcast about bad books, hosted by one broke college kid and one broke regular kid: Shay and Corbin, respectively. For about half an hour every other week, with new episodes dropping on Saturdays, this tired twosome attempts to make sense of the darker side of the literary ...
By Lia Hagen
After 19-year-old Aya Velasquez died mysteriously in Harding Park, no one seemed to care. At least not until a preteen medium accidentally summoned Aya herself to solve the mystery. With no memory of her death and no shortage of questions, Aya must make friends with her fellow ghosts and discover the truth behind the Midwest’s most haunted park. Based on EVP audio recorded by M.A.A.G. (Mothers Against Aliens and Ghosts), Overkill is a comedy podcast, a murder mystery, and a love story all wra...
By Happy! on SyFy
Podcast covering the SyFy series based on the 4 issue mini-series by Grant Morrison "Happy!".    Meet Nick Sax, a corrupt, intoxicated ex-cop turned hit-man, adrift in a stinking twilight world of casual murder, soulless sex, eczema, and betrayal.   With a hit gone wrong, a bullet in his side, the cops and the mob on his tail, and a monstrous child killer in a Santa suit on the loose, Nick and his world will be changed forever this Christmas   —   by a tiny blue horse called Happy!---Join you...
By Overcome Publishing
Overcome Publishing is the editorial arm of Overcome Foundation. It's aims are to help readers overcome obstacles and strengthen in spirit, education, relationships and family life. We give inspirational authors a platform so that their voice can be heard. We support our readers in their journey and enjoy being part of the Overcome Foundation movement and community.
By Joseph Cox
It all started with a simple idea, the idea of a City on the Heights. But as the competing visions of an orphaned teenager from Mosul, an Islamic State commander and a well-meaning American Jew come together, the result is a dangerous and combustible mix. In the end, the future of the City - and of the entire Middle East - hinges on the wisdom and dedication of a young battle-scarred woman. This podcast is an audio recording of the City on the Heights book.
By Marissa Flaxbart
After years of wide-eyed blogging about the surreal 1980s perfection of Francine Pascal's Sweet Valley High book series (and the surprising psychodrama that lurks below the town's perfectly-tanned surface), host Marissa Flaxbart is now forcing friends and family to read the series with her. Every other week, Marissa and a new guest – many of whom are new to the very idea of a "Sweet Valley" – unpack one of these soap-operatic tales, starting with book #1. It's all good fun for both die-hard...
By Turissini Technologies, LLC
Weekly Readings of Golden Books
By The Spokesman-Review
Welcome to The Spokesman-Review’s Northwest Passages Book Club. We invite fellow book lovers to join us for exploration, adventure and conversation. The Northwest Passages Book Club hosts community book events featuring local authors and great storytellers from elsewhere as well.
By Anand Venigalla
Letter of Liberty is a libertarian & literary podcast hosted by Anand Venigalla. It covers literature, politics, news, movies, and all that is under the sun. Anand will welcome guests to discuss these issues.
By Abhinav Parmar
Post Script is a podcast channel for poets or a writer
By Aula39
Si naviga ad alta voce e pieni di storie fantastiche. Un viaggio di meraviglia in quel "c'era una volta", fuori dal tempo, tra fiabe, favole e leggende. Dalla letteratura classica, moderna e contemporanea, con uno sguardo particolare rivolto alla mitologia dei popoli. Sempre, come un di più, per amore della leggerezza.
By Aula39
Si naviga ad alta voce e pieni di storie fantastiche. Un viaggio di meraviglia in quel "c'era una volta", fuori dal tempo, tra fiabe, favole e leggende. Dalla letteratura classica, moderna e contemporanea, con uno sguardo particolare rivolto alla mitologia dei popoli. Sempre, come un di più, per amore della leggerezza.
By Ordbyting Podd
En intervjupodd där Marcus Olausson pratar med aktörer inom svensk fantastik - författare, förläggare, illustratörer, spelutvecklare, aktiva inom fandom mm.
By Mark Siegal
Narrated is a biweekly podcast about audiobooks.
By Between Two Pixels
Between Two Pixels is here to bring you the background history of video games, their creators and the things they had to go through to get their games out to the world.
By Thought Bubble Audio
Tolkien TV Talk, the podcast where we get hyped and keep you informed on everything you need to know talk about the upcoming Lord of The Rings Amazon series. Hosted by wishful hobbits.
By Donovan Morgan Grant
A monthly podcast covering various comic book inspired films!
By 趣向涅槃之道
《本生经》属于南传上座部巴利三藏中小部经典十五种中之第十一部。这是《小部》15部经中最为宏大的一部。经中含本生故事547个,所以俗称“五百五十本生”。共分22集,依所含偈颂之数次第编成。1-13偈者为第1至13集;14偈以上者为第14集;20偈以上者为第15集;30偈以上者为第16集……。最长的90偈以上者,为最后一集。 《 本生经 》同时也是印度 佛教 文学中最重要的一部经典,按照佛家的说法, 释迦牟尼 在成佛之前,经过了无数次轮回转生,他曾做过国王、王子、婆罗门、商人、妇人、大象、猴子、鹿等等,每一次转生,便有一个行善立德的故事,这些故事被称为“本生故事”。 这些故事闪耀着菩萨道的思想,本生经记载了由佛陀的前生善慧隐士被燃灯佛授记后,成为菩萨,而后菩萨以超乎常人的精进,忍辱,慈悲,出离在四阿僧只劫又十万大劫这样漫长的轮回里不间断的培养十波罗蜜(布施,持戒,出离,智慧,精进,忍辱,真实,决意,慈,舍)。这些在菩萨圆满波罗蜜的过程中发生的一小部分故事,就是本生经所记载的菩萨事迹。 圆满波罗蜜后,在菩萨的最后一生,成为悉达多太子,见到老病死和出家人后,思考人生的意义,对老病死的恐惧...
By Loyal Books
Louisa May Alcott enthusiasts would be delighted to read this short novel published in 1867, just a year before the grand debut of her most famous Little Women trilogy. This is one of three books she wrote under the pseudonym AM Barnard. She used this name to pen tales that were meant more for adult readers, though younger people will find them quite interesting too. The Abbot's Ghost or Maurice Treherne's Temptation is a romance, mystery, ghost-story and novel of manners all rolled into one...
By 89.7 Eastside FM
Sonic Tales brings the very best of Australian playwriting to you through our originally produced, contemporary radio plays. Produced by Gill Falson and Eastside Radio, Sonic Tales delves into the creative play-making process, bringing you new and original works from the best local writers, actors and sound designers. Each episode features a brand new, originally produced radio play, to make you laugh, make you stop and make you think.
By Ellison Weist
Join obsessive reader and raconteur Ellison Weist, aka “The BookBully,” as she muses about current books and old favorites that may have slipped past you. Interviews with other bibliomaniacs and recommendations galore.
By Adam Jones and Devin Halden | Discussing structure and other elements of storytelling and examining literary works like The Hero with a Thousand Faces by Joseph Campbell, The Writer's Journey by Christopher Vogler and STORY by Robert McKee.
StoryOsophy is a weekly podcast that dissects elements of story through analysis of books, movies, plays and other mediums that span the history of storytelling. Hosted by Adam Jones and Devin Halden, the show is an on-going exploration of story and where storytelling goes next and where do we as storytellers take it next. It is intended to stimulate conversations about story and the imagination of storytellers. Story + Philosophy = Storyosophy. Thank you for subscribing! Please provide feedb...
By EmilyGrace Jones
StoryStash is a podcast where we read classic books aloud and you and your family get to enjoy books you've loved or are just discovering in a whole new way.
By Raphael Stratz
10:00 ist eine Hörbuchreihe, die zehn Geschichten von zehn Menschen erzählt. Jede Geschichte ist eine kurze Episode aus dem Leben dieser Menschen und steht beispielhaft dafür, wie sie ihr Leben führen, mit welchen Widrigkeiten sie zu kämpfen haben und was ihnen Freude bereitet. Die in 10:00 beschriebenen Personen könnten unterschiedlicher nicht sein. Manche versuchen, die Welt zu verbessern, andere können sie einfach nicht verstehen und suchen nach einfachen Erklärungen. Manche verbreiten Lac...
By Another World Audiobooks
Free audiobooks! Subscribe for over an hour a week of content and listen to the greatest works of literature ever written!
By Jessica Ammirati
The world's a pretty tough place right now and sometimes we all need some comfort to get us through the hard times. Join Jessica Ammirati, from Going to Tahiti Productions, as she does a deep dive into the books we re-read, the movies and tv shows we re-watch, and the food we eat when we are seeking comfort.
By All The Kissing
All The Kissing blog and podcast is your online resource created by romance writers, for romance writers. Enjoy community, support, and encouragement as well as hone your craft whether you're just starting to write or you're already published. Join show hosts Alexa Martin and Shannon Caldwell as we discuss research, writing, editing, revising, and staying sane while writing romance.
By 苑溪仙
David Copperfield is the eighth novel by Charles Dickens. The novel's full title is The Personal History, Adventures, Experience and Observation of David Copperfield the Younger of Blunderstone Rookery (Which He Never Meant to Publish on Any Account). It was first published as a serial in 1849–50, and as a book in 1850. Many elements of the novel follow events in Dickens's own life, and it is often considered his veiled autobiography. It was Dickens' favourite among his own novels. In the pre...
By Matthew Felix
When Matthew retreated to an isolated mountain village in Spain, he was looking forward to peace and quiet. A friendly old man, a pushy old woman, and an invasive swarm of hornets had other ideas. A humorous, lighthearted series of five very short stories. Taken from the ebook of the same name, and read by the author.
By Tom White
A bedtime story for two boys aged 9 and 6. Written and read by their dad, one chapter for each day of December up until Christmas. Bit of urban fantasy of the middle grade variety.
By Katie and Sarah
A monthly podcast about books, authors, tropes, and whatever else these two bookworms have to say.
By Sian Esther Powell
A new podcast focused on the myths, legends and folkloric creatures of the 6 Celtic Nations; Wales, Scotland, Ireland, Cornwall, Brittany and the Isle of Man.
매주 여러분의 감성을 충전해 드리겠습니다.
By 유정은
함께 나눌 수 있는 책의 좋은 구절을 읽어 드립니다.
By Ben Sisson
djkaktus interviews authors from the SCP Foundation Wiki and generally messes around for an hour or so.
By Lauscherlounge Podcast Team
Bei unserer Veranstaltungsreihe und Podcast-Serie „texte von gestern“ ist der Name Programm: Es geht um Texte, die man früher geschrieben hat – als Kind, als Teenie, als junger Erwachsener. Jeder ist dazu eingeladen, auf die Bühne zu kommen und einen Text vorzulesen. Ob Tagebucheinträge, Kurzgeschichten, Briefe, Fan-Fiction oder Gedichte – Texte, die man in dem Moment mit himmelhochjauchzendem Pathos verfasst hat und die uns heute zeigen, wie wir die Welt damals gesehen haben. Jede Veranstal...
By 嬉闹茜茜
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By 오제이북스
출판사 오제이북스의 작가 정명훈이 진행하는 팟캐스트 방송입니다. 성경타파, 황목사와정작가, 단편소설, IT서비스사업분석보고서 등 정명훈 작가가 참여하는 모든 방송이 업데이트 됩니다.
By 白云出岫
《唐诗三百首》原文朗读,蓝色百合录制
By Loyal Books
One of the great literary tragedies of all time, The Hunchback of Notre Dame features some of the most well-known characters in all of fiction - Quasimodo, the hideously deformed bellringer of Notre-Dame de Paris, his master the evil priest Claude Frollo, and Esmeralda, the beautiful gypsy condemned for a crime she did not commit.
Linus Bailey's tenth birthday, if measured on some kind of “So how did it go then?” scale, would score a one. Maybe a bit less. It started well, but then things went very badly indeed. Linus' problem is that he makes things up. His mother, for instance, was found living as a head hunter in the Jungles of Borneo. His dad, a man called Nigel who Linus hasn't seen since he was two, is a Ninja Warrior currently living in Japan. His dad fights crime and saves people. Linus' Headmaster is ev...
By Dylan Little
DING! DING! DING! Prepare thyself! These are the scariest stories in the history of the world-guaranteed to make you poop your pants. ;)
By Jeff Conolly
Join each week as geeky friends break down what's happening in their lives, geek culture, and the new comic books that came out.
By Evan Lewis
Starting fresh, Leo and Evan from the Mos Eisley Radio podcast are still bringing you periodic discussions on the latest breaking news, both big and small, from a galaxy far, far away. Coverage on Star Wars gaming will continue, but the latest info on the new movies, TV shows, books, and comics will also be highlighted.
By IVM Podcasts
Everyone has a story to tell. Recorded at a Tape A Tell open mic, the Kahaaniya podcast brings you two stories told by the people who lived them.
By Media Pyre
The Public House Library is where we congregate to enjoy libations and read our favorite stories and poems for all to hear. We be not bards, but we play them in podcasts.
By LibriVox
"Zaragoza" es la sexta novela de la primera serie de los Episodios Nacionales de Benito Pérez Galdós. En "Napoleón en Chamartín" dejamos a Gabriel de Araceli preso en manos de los franceses, después de haber fracasado en su intento de liberar a su amada Inés de sus parientes. La columna de presos, maniatados, se dirige hacia Francia, pero... (Resumen de Tux) La Primera Serie 1 - Trafalgar 2 - La corte de Carlos IV 3 - El 19 de marzo y el 2 de mayo 4 - Bailén 5 - Napoleón en Chamartín 6 - Zar...
By <user-5080686>
A weekly show for aspiring writers, published authors and readers everywhere. Join Stephanie Rouse, Theresa Stoker, Heather Worsley , Linda Jack Werlein, Pat Woolfe &amp; Nicola Cairncross each week where they'll share guest readings and interviews, along with what they're reading, what they're writing, what it's really like to be a writer. You can join in the weekly "Name the Novel" quiz and find out "What's On The Bedside Table?". We hope you enjoy these first 3 "pre-launch" episodes. The n...
By Temps de Livres
Derrière chaque livre, il y a un-e auteur-rice qui est là. Partons à sa rencontre. Un podcast sur les auteurs-trices de bande dessinée et des littératures de l'imaginaire
By Jesper Dein
"Godnathistorier" er den podcast du lytter til - lige før du gør dig klar til natten. Her får du små og store fortællinger, undfanget af lyttere som dig selv. Alle er velkomne til at sende historier ind - og de bedste udvælges og bliver til Godnathistorier. God fornøjelse - og sov godt...
By Studio 17 Tv
A podcast about literature and modern writers.
By James Rushton & Bradley Hughes
Join Bradley Hughes and James Rushton every single Tuesday &amp; Thursday as they experience the entire Amazing Spider-Man saga from the beginning. Armed with the entire Spider-Man back catalogue, our intrepid duo will be delving into the history of the Amazing Spider-Man on an issue by issue basis. Experience this for the first time, along with this pair of novice wall-crawlers, who will be bringing their thoughts, and ideally the laughs, to the 50 year + history of the Amazing Spider-Man!
By JCALdigital.org | @joshuacliston Albury-Wodonga Australia
A fan podcast dedicated to the Shannara literary and television universe. Our home in the Four Lands is ShannaraWorld.com
By 鱼淼淼 @ yumiaomiao.com
大家好!我是鱼淼淼,你现在正在收听的是鱼淼淼讲故事【小主播】系列。【小主播】系列就是由小朋友来主讲,主播的系列故事,主角都是小朋友噢!大家现在收听到的这个系列的小主播叫王梓涵,是一位来自哈尔滨的8岁小姑娘!她将在这个系列中为大家播讲挪威作家罗尔德&middot;达尔的作品《了不起的狐狸爸爸》,快让我们一起来听听吧! &nbsp; 【特别提醒:因团队人力物力有限,如推出的免费故事有涉及到版权疑问的情况,请及时联系我们,我们会积极配合处理。】
By Juan Carlos Bagnell
Once a month Andrew Wallace and Juan Carlos Bagnell host an online, interactive book club, discussing the finest in geek oriented literature. Sci-Fi, Fantasy, graphic novels, and screen plays, it's all the stuff you grew up with, and new gems to discover. Sometimes high-brow, sometimes pulp, it's always a good time sharing conversations with friends. You can also participate! Read along, and join the discussion, or suggest new books for the hosts!
By Eric, George, & Sheldon
Helping you fight your creative battles. Hosted by: Sheldon Carter, George Spanos, and Eric Vedder
By David Harris
This gripping story takes the reader through David's experiences of police chases, near-death encounters, serial burglaries, drug dependence and spirit guides. When David is incarcerated in the notorious J-Ward Ararat, reserved for those law-breakers medically certified as criminally insane, it seems suicide is the only way out. Astonishingly, David avoids death and finds sanity and true life through a love that reached down and rescued him. His story will help people see the spiritual battle...
By SomdahSaysSo
Hello I do coffee table book reviews to make you an informed book purchaser or library book requester. Thanks for checking out my podcast.
By New Wave: Audio Theatre
Short radio plays inspired by the themes between, algorithm and follow created by South Australia's emerging creatives and each episode contains 3 plays.
By Captain's Collections
Fortnightly podcast where Nemo, Stevie, &amp; Grace chat about how some old French dude managed to write a #relateable novel in 1862. We bring diversity to egalité. Produced by Captain's Collections.
By 금요일,책에 빠지다
매주 금요일, 불곰PD와 용도사가 나누는 책 수다 방송입니다.
By Paul J. Joseph
The mission to New Ontario, is not going as planned. The first landing ends in disaster when the American astronaut, Scott Anderson, goes down alone and dissappears. Captain Sally Buds, Ian Merryfield, Vladamir Coronov must put aside their personal differences and attempt an umarmed rescue unsure of what awaits them below. On the surface, they find only the remnants of a civilization. Buildings are rotting and the remains of human-like bodies are scattered around what may once have been...
By Tobias Sturt
Stories for Christmas, written by Tobias Sturt and read aloud by John Millington. They feature seasonal adventures, revelations and some silliness. Build a fire, find a hot drink and snuggle down to be read to. Currently featured is the Adventure Calendar of Mr Timothy Hope, a story of 24 episodes, one for every day of Advent. The Adventure Calendar of Mr Timothy Hope is a seasonal story of unlikely accidents and hair-raising escapes told in 24 letters sent home by Timothy Hope as he journey...
By Oxford University
A series of four lectures delivered by Prof. Victoria Kahn in October 2017, arguing that literature in the Reformation is one vehicle by which religious belief was itself transformed into a human artifact, whether we understand this as a poetic artifact or a mental fiction. This transformation in turn helped produce the eighteenth-century discipline of aesthetics, with its emphasis on our experience of non-cognitive pleasure in the work of art, and the modern formalist definition of literatur...
By Danny Trioxin
The companion show to the Midnight Society Book Club.
By Catherine Mitchell
Let's talk myths, man
By Electric Text
The Electric Text is a podcast from and about the university. It approaches a range of topics starting from the discipline of English, and considers them in a manner that uses our skills as graduate students.  The academic world already contains a wide range of verbal forms, that function within specific institutional contexts. We are hoping to transmit some of these verbal/audio forms to a digital format, through the podcast, and bring them to a wider audience.
By University Church of St Mary the Virgin, Oxford
To mark 500th anniversary of the Reformation, this series of talks by the leading UK scholars explores the cultural, legal and intellectual works of the year 1517. Recorded at the University Church of St Mary the Virgin, Oxford (UK). Series creator: Penny Boxall. Podcast producer: Andrey Levitskiy.
By Lucien Maier
An Audio book series done in the vain of an old time radio drama. Taylor and Scott have always loved spending hours in the back country of Utah. But what they didn't realize is how many vampires there were....
By Frieda Morrison
Scots Radio is a programme that spiks aboot the culture and the ongyans o fowk fa use Scots in their wirkin warl. Accordin tae the last census in Scotland, there are aroon 1.5 million Scots spikkers in this country. Ye dinna hae tae wanner far tae here it – jist ging as far North, Sooth, East an Wast as yir lugs’ll tak ye. I hope ye’ll enjoy rummelin aboot in the Episodes, and welcome tae the company that celebrates the Scots Language – and the fowk that jist spik it. Scots Radio Special Edi...
By Claytemple Media
Brandon Budda and Glenn McDorman travel through the works of the great speculative-fiction writer Gene Wolfe one story at a time.
By 吴钩霜雪明
用最真实的情感带给你最动人的声音
By Tara A. Devlin
Tale of Yashima is a free web novel loosely based on the Sengoku era of Japan. The power of the shogunate has crashed, and the daimyos of Yashima are fighting for the survival of their clans and control of the land. However, they’re not the only ones. Yashima is a land where both man and yokai co-exist, and not always peacefully. As the daimyos are busy with each other, the yokai are also planning their next move. The Night Parade is coming, and not everyone is going to survive
By Sound clips – The Myriad Song
By Adam Ares
If you don't keep a journal or diary yourself, you probably know someone who does. But even as the "blank books" section of every book store vouches for the widespread popularity of journal-writing, this practice isn't talked about all that often. In many cases, even people who have known each other intimately for years--siblings, spouses, best friends--keep their journals private from each other. All of this led us to wonder--why? In each new episode of this podcast, co-hosts Adam Ares and B...
By Kyung-hee, Ma
잠들기 전에 콩이랑 지어내는 베갯머리 이야기. 하루를 돌아보면서 즐거웠던 일, 속상했던 일을 동화로 꾸며내어서 잠들때까지 들려주는 이야기. 뿌루콩 이야기 기대해주세요 ppurukong.com
By Robert Crandall
Audio versions of short stories by authors like Edgar Allan Poe, H.P. Lovecraft, H.G, Wells and others.
By Loyal Books
Predictability has come a long way. The computers of the future can tell you if you’re going to win a war before you fire a shot. Unfortunately they’re predicting perpetual standoff between the Terran and Centaurian Empires. What they need is something unpredictable, what they get is Thomas Cole, a man from the past accidently dragged forward in time. Will he fit their calculations, or is he the random variable that can break the stalemate? – The Variable Man first appeared in the September, ...
By Aula39
Racconti di Parolde di Storie, da autori classici e contemporanei. Per tutti, famiglie, ragazzi e bambini. Come un di più, per amore della leggerezza.