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  • Emily Brontë's only novel, published in 1847 under the pseudonym Ellis Bell, tells the tale of the all-encompassing and passionate, yet thwarted, love between Heathcliff and Catherine Earnshaw, and how this unresolved passion eventually destroys them and many around them.

    Now considered a classic of English literature, Wuthering Heights met with mixed reviews by critics when it first appeared, with many horrified by the stark depictions of mental and physical cruelty. Though Charlotte Brontë's Jane Eyre was originally considered the best of the Brontë sisters' works, many subsequent critics of Wuthering Heights argued that its originality and achievement made it superior.

  • Hosted by Bram Stoker Award-nominated author Thersa Matsuura and sound designer Rich Pav, Uncanny Robot explores the most innovative works people have created with artificial intelligence.

    Every aspect of the Uncanny Robot Podcast is brought to life with the help of artificial intelligence, from the stories we tell, to the music and artwork, to even this description itself!

  • To celebrate a hundred years since Sylvia Beach published James Joyce’s ULYSSES, and to encourage readers to engage (or re-engage) with this spirited, funny, life-changing book, Shakespeare and Company, Paris—in partnership with Penguin Classics and Hay Festival—has created an ensemble recording of the unabridged text, to be released as a free podcast between the centenary of the publication on 2nd February 2022 and Bloomsday on June 16 2022. The celebration will culminate with a series of live discussions and performances on site at Hay Festival 2022 (26 May-5 June) and a celebration of Bloomsday at Shakespeare and Company on Thursday June 16. Read by more than a hundred writers, artists, comedians and musicians from all over the world, Friends of Shakespeare and Company read Ulysses is a polyphonic and diverse celebration of this Modernist masterwork.


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  • In this podcast we will talk about what we would if something crazy would have such as a zombie apocalypse or an alien invasion

  • Rap World has many things to talk about. We can talk about your favorite rappers albums, new songs, and even song rates. Give it a try and we will promise you will like it.

  • hi just a teen that talks about random stuff

  • Family Theater was an dramatic anthology radio show which aired on the Mutual Broadcasting System in the United States from February 13, 1947 to September 11, 1957. The show was produced by Family Theater Productions, a film and radio studio extension of the Family Rosary Crusade founded by the Holy Cross Priest, Father Patrick Peyton, CSC, as a way to promote family prayer. The motto of the these Holy Cross Family Ministries is, "The family that prays together, stays together." The program had no commercial sponsor, yet Father Peyton, CSC arranged for many of Hollywood's stars in film and radio at the time to appear. In its ten-year run, well-known actors and actresses, including James Stewart, Bob Hope, Lucille Ball, Raymond Burr, Jane Wyatt, Charlton Heston, Bing Crosby, Jack Benny, Gene Kelly, William Shatner and Chuck Connors, appeared as announcers, narrators or stars. A total of 540 episodes were produced. The program featured not only religious stories but half-hour adaptations of literary works such as A Tale of Two Cities, Moby-Dick and Don Quixote --------------------------------------------------------------------------- Entertainment Radio Stations Live 24/7 Sherlock Holmes/CBS Radio Mystery Theater https://live365.com/station/Sherlock-Holmes-Classic-Radio--a91441 https://live365.com/station/CBS-Radio-Mystery-Theater-a57491 ----------------------------------------------------------------------------

  • God of Obsidian is a dark fairy tale about a gaslighting relationship, as one woman desperately seeks the story that will take her back across the narrow, dangerous bridge to freedom.

  • Les Misérables is a French historical novel by Victor Hugo, first published in 1862, that is considered one of the greatest novels of the 19th century. Beginning in 1815 and culminating in the 1832 June Rebellion in Paris, the novel follows the lives and interactions of several characters, particularly the struggles of ex-convict Jean Valjean and his experience of redemption.

    Examining the nature of law and grace, the novel elaborates upon the history of France, the architecture and urban design of Paris, politics, moral philosophy, antimonarchism, justice, religion, and the types and nature of romantic and familial love.

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  • Writing The Past is a podcast for historical fiction writers, featuring conversations with different authors who share their tips on bringing the past to life. Hosted by Isla Fynn, we’ll explore how to create realistic historical characters, the key to organizing your research, what it’s like launching your first novel into the world, finding a good writing routine, and more. There are stories from people who are still in the query trenches, along with others who have already found publishing success, with their books spanning across history.

  • Rory Culkin is Boy, who believes he and his father are the last remaining humans in a world ravaged by mysterious creatures—until that belief is shattered by the truth.

    In the Before, the planet was populated with humans. Now it belongs to the Outliers.
     
    Boy has spent his entire life with only his father for company, convinced they’re the last surviving humans in a world full of monsters. But when he meets a strange girl–the first he’s ever seen–they set off on a journey to uncover the truth. 

    Presented by Realm, Outliers is a Dave Beazley Production narrated by Rory Culkin, created by Casey Wells and Dave Beazley, and based upon the Novella Outliers by Casey Wells. Listen Away.

  • Greetings, gentle listeners. Do you ever sleep? When you sleep, do you sometimes dream? Well, congratulations, because you've discovered Ghosthoney's Dream Machine. 

    TikTok's Ghosthoney has spent countless nights building this dream machine just for you. Each week, he will reveal magical worlds filled with goblins and ghosts and untold tales that will cleanse your burnt-out brain at the end of a long day. 

    If you have a dream of your own that you would like Ghosthoney to throw into the Dream Machine, you can send it through the link in his bios across all social media platforms @ghosthoney and @tylergaca. Short dreams, long dreams, happy dreams, sad dreams. Even that downright incoherent fever dream that has been haunting you for years. Ghosthoney's Dream Machine can handle them all... 

    So, sit back, relax, snuggle into your headphones, and enjoy. Follow the podcast to get new episodes every Thursday. Sweet dreams! 

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  • A part-time cabal. A fusion of assemblage art, hurly-burly, bedlam, disquiet and poetry. Indie music, art, writing and treasure. A podcast of Real Fiction featuring music from the This Isn't Just a Cult constellation of artists and stories of regret, elation, mysticism, headaches, heartaches, harpoons and merit badges. Perfect for every situation. Except four.

    This Isn't Just a Cult is an art collective with a focus on collaboration and creativity. It is often absurd. It can be a comedy or a parody. It is often abstract. It is poetry and fiction. It is the bubbles of a creative community.

  • An unabridged audiobook of Worm, by John “Wildbow” McCrae

  • The podcast of James 'Grim' Desborough, RPG designer, author, videographer and long-suffering old school leftie.

    Eminent atheist, libertine, analyst. Prize-winning onanist, bitter ludologist. Talented pleonast. Good plenist too!

  • What if everything you thought about the world was turned upside down? Monsters are real. The shadows can hurt you. Magic is everywhere. Out of the Ashes follows a group as they must learn to alter their perception of reality and navigate a world that was long thought to be myth. A world where you have the choice to fight for freedom or kneel in servitude. A world where one misstep can end humanity's existence. Where everything you thought you knew could change in an instant. They must learn to live in this new world or be lost to it.

  • A perplexing anthology series from the mind of Joe Wakefield. We dive into stories of fantasy, science fiction, intrigue and the discovery of brave new worlds. Come join us on this old time radio show with a brand new twist.
    Brought to you by Ngano Press Studios.

  • This podcast is about keeping it real with yourself and knowing your self and knowing what life brings to you regardless if its good or bad is always something to learn you have to recognize the now the future times are ahead of us.

  • Kitty and friends is a kid friendly podcast with kitty let's go Luna and gummy the gummybear its s fun field podcast thanks