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  • Whatever consume time to grow exists forever

  • Ghost and Horror stories released daily

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  • LibriVox volunteers bring you 20 recordings of Winter by Robert Louis Stevenson. This was the Weekly Poetry project for November 22nd, 2009.

  • زازا بودكاست هي حلقات مسموعة نتعرف فيها على شخصيات ليبية رائدة في الوسط الثقافي ، خاصة في مجال الكتابة الإبداعية كالرواية و السير و القصص القصيرة..هذا البودكاست هو تابع لنشاطات مؤسسة زازا للثقافة و التنمية

  • Hinterland is a mystery horror podcast.

    Eli Huran pieces together his recent distorting history for his listeners through audiotapes, videotapes, photographs, illustrations and diary extracts. The world is changing and distorting. Eli wants to help you. Eli would like to show you what lies between everything.

  • Created for wine-lovers, this magazine-style podsite explores the fascinating world of wine, full of amazing people and places. Listen in and be part of the wine conversation.

  • The Mood Sewciety Podcast, presented by Mood Designer Fabrics, is an exploration of all things pop culture through the lens of sewing and style. Join our hosts, Ashley and Camille, as they break down the latest fashion news, discuss the costumes of the hottest films and TV shows, and find inspiration in the everyday.

    Theme Music by Frook

  • A reading of all your favourite classic poems. A gathering of all the dark, and poetic, and melancholy.

  • Ciao a tutte e a tutti! Questo progetto nasce con la voglia di raccontare l'arte attraverso le parole degli artisti.

  • In this podcast we visit the studios of artists and craftsman to get a glimpse into their world and hear their thoughts on art and what motivates and inspires them. We hope to help people better understand the artists work and broaden the audience for each artist.

  • Tamburlaine the Great is the name of a play in two parts by Christopher Marlowe. It is loosely based on the life of the Central Asian emperor, Timur 'the lame'. Written in 1587 or 1588, the play is a milestone in Elizabethan public drama; it marks a turning away from the clumsy language and loose plotting of the earlier Tudor dramatists, and a new interest in fresh and vivid language, memorable action, and intellectual complexity. Along with Thomas Kyd's The Spanish Tragedy, it may be considered the first popular success of London's public stage.

    In Part 2, Tamburlaine grooms his sons to be conquerors in his wake as he continues to conquer his neighbouring kingdoms. One of his sons, Calyphas, preferring to stay by his mother's side and not risk death, incurs Tamburlaine's wrath. Seeing this son as a coward, Tamburlaine kills him in anger after a battle in which he refuses to fight. During this time, Bajazeth's son, Callapine, plans to avenge his father's death. Finally, while attacking an Islamic nation, he scornfully burns a copy of the Qur'an and claims to be greater than God. Suddenly, Tamburlaine is struck ill and dies, giving his power to his remaining sons, but still aspiring to greatness as he departs life. (Summary by Wikipedia)Click here for Tamburlaine the Great, Part 1Cast
    Narrator; Concubine 3: Tina NuzziPrologue; DP; GOVERNOR OF DAMASCUS; GOVERNOR OF BABYLON: Martin GeesonTAMBURLAINE, king of Persia: David GoldfarbCALYPHAS, son of Tamburlaine: Sarah CramptonAMYRAS, son of Tamburlaine: Liberty StumpCELEBINUS, son of Tamburlaine: Tina NuzziTHERIDAMAS, king of Argier: Timothy FergusonTECHELLES, king of Fez: ReadalotUSUMCASANE, king of Morocco: Paul AndrewsORCANES, king of Natolia: Frank BookerKING OF TREBIZON; URIBASSA: Robert ScheidKING OF SORIA; KING OF AMASIA; GAZELLUS, viceroy of Byron; MAXIMUS; PIONERS; PERDICAS; First Physician; Soldiers: Algy PugKING OF JERUSALEM; SIGISMUND, King of Hungary: Dale BurgessFREDERICK, Lord of Buda and Bohemia; CAPTAIN: Marty KrisBALDWIN, Lord of Buda and Bohemia; ALMEDA, his keeper: bishCALLAPINE, son to BAJAZETH, and prisoner to TAMBURLAINE: Amy GramourCAPTAIN’S SON; Concubine 2: Arielle LipshawMessenger; Citizen: AilinaSecond Citizen: Beth ThomasZENOCRATE, wife to TAMBURLAINE: Sandra GOLYMPIA, wife to the CAPTAIN: deboleeConcubine 1: Elizabeth KlettAudio edited by: Algy Pug

  • Bringing back the basics of the different topics away from all the wrong ideas that has been engaged with the original topic

  • Lectura natural y sin edición.

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  • Tamburlaine the Great is the name of a play in two parts by Christopher Marlowe. It is loosely based on the life of the Central Asian emperor, Timur 'the lame'. Written in 1587 or 1588, the play is a milestone in Elizabethan public drama; it marks a turning away from the clumsy language and loose plotting of the earlier Tudor dramatists, and a new interest in fresh and vivid language, memorable action, and intellectual complexity. Along with Thomas Kyd's The Spanish Tragedy, it may be considered the first popular success of London's public stage.Marlowe, generally considered the greatest of the University Wits, influenced playwrights well into the Jacobean period, and echoes of Tamburlaine's bombast and ambition can be found in English plays all the way to the Puritan closing of the theaters in 1642. While Tamburlaine is considered inferior to the great tragedies of the late-Elizabethan and early-Jacobean period, its significance in creating a stock of themes and, especially, in demonstrating the potential of blank verse in drama, are still acknowledged. (Summary by Wikipedia)CASTPrologue, Dramatis Personae, GOVERNOR OF DAMASCUS: Martin GeesonMYCETES, king of Persia; MAGNETES, Median lord; CAPOLIN, an Egyptian; A BASSO; ATTENDANT: Algy PugCOSROE, his brother: Bruce PirieMEANDER, Persian lord: David RichardsonTHERIDAMAS, Persian lord: Timothy FergusonORTYGIUS, Persian lord: sparks0314CENEUS, Persian lord: DerekPMENAPHON, Persian lord: AlanTAMBURLAINE, a Scythian shepherd: David GoldfarbTECHELLES, follower of Tamburlaine: ReadalotUSUMCASANE, follower of Tamburlaine: Nigel BoydellBAJAZETH, emperor of the Turks: bishKING OF FEZ; KING OF MOROCCO; SOLDAN OF EGYPT; AGYDAS, Median lord: Marty KrisKING OF ARGIER: JafbadoKING OF ARABIA: Robert ScheidPHILEMUS, a spy: Sarah CramptonZENOCRATE, daughter to the Soldan of Egypt: Sandra GANIPPE, her maid: AvailleZABINA, wife to BAJAZETH: Amy GramourEBEA, her maid: ChyAnne DonnellFIRST VIRGIN, VIRGINS: Elizabeth KlettSECOND VIRGIN, VIRGINS: Arielle LipshawNarrator: Tina Nuzzi

  • If you’re hungry for the latest science and the freshest advice on how to age backwards gracefully and feel your best from the inside out, then you’ve come to the right place. Welcome to EAT, DRINK, LIVE LONGER, where every episode unlocks the secrets to the Fountain of Youth, one delicious bite and sip at a time. Join registered dietitian, cookbook author, and veteran podcaster, Liz Weiss, on your journey to living a longer, more vibrant life.

  • Join Greta and Toby as they attempt to sail their way through the vast oceans of the Arts! In each episode, we delve into different areas of the industry. From chatting to various guests to tackling topical debates, all with a healthy dose of banter in between. So, come and join us on this wild ride choc-full of comedy, drama, and obscure references on our journey with The Next Stage!



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  • Hi! In this podcast we take the book series “The Mysterious Benedict Society” chapter-by-chapter and take a journey with the characters on all of their mysterious adventures, I hope you will join me for some mischief and fun!

    If you have any questions or comments about anything on my podcast you can reach me on the Anchor app where I create my podcast, or there is a link in the description of every episode to send me a voice message, I would love to hear your feedback! Thanks!

  • The Model Citizen Podcast is hosted by models Hunter and Michaela Mcgrady, sisters living in New York and Los Angeles respectively. The girls chat unfiltered about anything and everything including their lives and experiences in the modeling industry, beauty, fashion, dating, sex, marriage, family, politics and pop culture. The girls hope to provide a lighthearted but much needed outlet for those looking for inclusivity, diversity and a safe space to tune in every week to hear about the world's most talked about topics and feel that sense of sisterhood and family.