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Join the community of kids, parents, teachers and librarians who love to listen to dynamic children's stories from around the world in this weekly fantastical funcast! Immerse in the ancient art of storytelling accompanied by an array of instruments, sound effects, music and song. Support the show at Patreon (https://www.patreon.com/thelibraryfairy), to help keep the podcast free and accessible to directly promote literacy, language and cognitive skills in children. Thank you!
 
The Sydney Writers' Centre podcast on writers and writing features interviews with best-selling and acclaimed writers in a wide range of genres including literary fiction, fantasy, children's books, non-fiction, business and much more. Founder of the Sydney Writers' Centre, Valerie Khoo, interviews successful writers on how they approach the writing process and what goes into creating a remarkable piece of work. www.sydneywriterscentre.com.au
 
Turi Ryder, author of “She Said What? (A Life on the Air)” has hosted her own radio shows in LA, Chicago, Minneapolis, and Portland. She gives advice, which you probably should not take, and tells stories, which you probably should not believe. Marci Persky spent years reporting and editing for UPI and other news organizations. She's worked in radio news and as a talk show host, for stations from her hometown of Kalamazoo Michicgan and her second home, Chicago. Marci now lives in Arizona, so ...
 
Children's urban fantasy story in 24 chapters. Written and read by a dad to his two boys (11 and 8 years old), one chapter for each night in December until Christmas. It's the end of term and preparation for a royal performance has taken over Patcham High School. But a plot to steal back ancient treasures, hidden for centuries beneath the Royal Pavlion, is revealed and the Green Hands Gang find themselves in the middle of another adventure. Includes mild peril, a bit of tension, dangerous ba ...
 
Xlibris On Air...get the story behind the story on fiction and literature, thrillers, children's books, mystery and crime novels, romance, science fiction and fantasy, westerns, history, humor, inspiration and so many more topics. It's all on Xlibris On Air. You'll get to hear the authors talking about their books. Take the opportunity to hear the insights on what inspired them to write it. Join J. Douglas Barker every Sunday at 12:00-1:00PM EST to hear the latest interviews by today's authors!
 
In this podiobook: Garum and Vayin are "duals," twins trapped in each other's minds and bodies, sharing one life. When a deranged wizard hunts them, whom can they turn to? Their mentor? The city guard Vayin loves? The Wizards' Guild? In a world that hates duals, anyone could be their enemy, and one misstep could get them killed."Children of Rhatlan is a unique romp through an original world that not only entertained me, but made me think as well. I can think of no higher praise for a fantasy ...
 
Getting swept up in diverse, fictional worlds has proven immersive, empowering, and insightful. Looking to engage with more of them? Look no further than Lost Children of Andromeda, the Podcast. The world of the Lost Children is one where Evolutionaries, humans with inexplicable genetic anomalies, fight their way to ancient alien artifacts that promise humanity’s salvation. We join Allister Adams, a young man of color, as he searches for his place and his power in a world about to end. Plus ...
 
In a galaxy known as the ”Sometime, Somewhere” sits a cluster of wild stars known as Omega Star 7. These are the tales of the crews who dare to call this place home. Sardonic, self aware, and a little bit silly. Omega Star 7 is what you‘d have if a famed science fiction satirist set out to write Dune, and ended up with Star Wars. Inspired by Westerns, Pulpy Science Fiction B-Movies, and Space Operas this show has a little for everyone. Whether it‘s the improvised dialogue, ”No-Earth” setting ...
 
The first book in the Psammead Trilogy, Five Children and It follows the fantastical adventures of five siblings who encounter an outlandish creature with a strange ability to grant wishes. Though the idea of having their wishes brought to life, the children quickly discover that not every wish turns out to be as wondrous as initially believed. The children’s novel offers a generous amount of fantasy, humor, and adventure, as the children are repeatedly subject to wishes gone amusingly awry. ...
 
In this children's classic, a girl named Alice follows falls down a rabbit-hole into a fantasy realm full of talking creatures. She attends a never-ending tea party and plays croquet at the court of the anthropomorphic playing cards. (Summary written by Gesine)"I loved all the voices in this project and probably wouldn’t have put the time into checking into this book without this LibriVox version of it. Great project and well done by all. What people can do really amazes me from time to time ...
 
If you found our show here and wonder why there are no new episodes, well it's cause we are over at Podbean now. So come listen either there, Spotify, iTunes, Sticher, Google Play, YouTube, New Grounds and/or anywhere else you find Old Man Orange Podcast. Thanks. Old Man Orange is Spencer Scott Holmes and Ryan Dunigan. Two Independent Video makers/Animators talking about movies, video games, comics, life, and more. New, Old, & Somewhere Inbetween. With Special Guests too! So come on by and t ...
 
For over 5 years Ultima Final Fantasy took you on a journey through the entire Final Fantasy series; from the main games that you know and love, to obscure titles such as "My Life as a Darklord". Every game was played and reviewed, every major media release was touched on, and you got to hear all the stories, tangents, and life struggles of the hosts who went through it. For years the show was supported on Patreon, and you got to see goals reached such as multiple "Megadeth" Song Covers of c ...
 
A thrilling spy story, a children's adventure, a charming portrait of early twentieth century life in London and the countryside and a heart warming family tale are all combined in this classic of children's literature The Railway Children by E Nesbit. The book has remained on the list of the best-loved children's books ever since it was first published as a serial story in The London Magazine in 1905. Later, it was published in book form and won acclaim from critics and readers across the w ...
 
Each episode will cover one of our off the wall 5-6 segment ideas. Each covering different questions of the unknown such as: Who would win a fight between a serial killer or a movie monster? Which technology will get us closer to doomsday? Comparing and dissecting the original children's folklore and more.
 
If you're looking for a podcast, but can't find the right one, I have some good news, your search is now done. There are poems and stories and songs that are great. It's perfect for children, ages two until eight. The poems are sweet and all filled with laughter. The stories end well. Happily ever after. So be sure to subscribe and begin to explore. And please don't forget, each week there's one more. | Musings and other Nonsense is a weekly podcast of whimsical stories, poems and songs for ...
 
Our ever-curious step-mother and step-daughter, Sarah and Áine, begin each episode with a glass of gin in hand, before launching into the topic of the week. Once the gin has been thoroughly sampled, and reviewed, they discuss what they already know about the weekly topic. It could be anything, from science to art, from political to cultural. Most importantly, they often don’t know a lot. Luckily, there is a weekly expert who shares their knowledge… and the gin. The guest may be plagued with ...
 
Distinct Poplar is a young adult (YA) short story series of dark fantasy and storybook horror, written and narrated by Matt Herzberg. Distinct Poplar takes place in a sprawling city, where the supernatural and fantastic things are common place. This vast metropolis looks and feels like a fairy tale kingdom come to life and thrusted unceremoniously into the modern era. Here, people practically live on top of one another, covered in the grime and hardships of everyday city living, and always k ...
 
A little bee is born in a large and busy hive. At that time, the hive is going through a period of unrest and there are fears that it will become subdivided into separate colonies. The little new-born, Maya, is under the care of a strict but loving teacher. One day, driven by curiosity and rebellion, Maya escapes from the safe environs of the hive and flies into the forest. Here, she encounters all sorts of interesting, exciting, frightening and funny things. The Adventures of Maya the Bee i ...
 
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It’s the final episode of series two, and we’re talking sound science! This week we’re joined by Dr Nikhil Mistry, a research fellow at The National Oceanography Centre, University of Southhampton. As he helps us answer ‘if a tree falls in the woods and nobody is there to hear it, does it make a sound?’ and 'does a duck's quack echo?' we’ll all enj…
 
The Crew of the Outlander gets stuck on an Asteroid. Slip tells stories of his days as a racer while Trae is forced to fix the ship alone... or so he thinks... Cast Slip - Skyler Giordano Sol - Joseph Surabian Trae / Scraw - James Hart Kaziban Cyros / The Prospector - Alexander McPeak Production Notes Music written by Skyler Giordano with *addition…
 
How can fantasy literature and media benefit wellbeing and mental health? This week we’re joined by Dr Anna Mackenzie, a post-doctoral researcher at Lancaster University who is employed as deputy head of events while she continues her research. Anna will join us in a glass of Brewdog’s Lonewolf gin as we chat. Prepare for some serious nerding from …
 
A young bear searches the forest, desperate to rid himself of an unbearable itch. What he finds is a magical place that all bears dream of. This silly rhyming story is perfect for children of all ages or anyone who's had an itch they couldn't quite scratch. If you're enjoying the podcast, please visit www.storiesbypeter.com where you'll find Peter'…
 
Have you ever heard that little voice, the one that says, "You can't"? That's the voice of Doubt. It can be sneaky, but you do have an ally to help defeat it. Find out who it is in this short rhyming story. I have no doubt you'll enjoy it! If you're enjoying the podcast, please visit www.storiesbypeter.com where you'll find Peter's children's pictu…
 
Maths! Why do people love to hate it? This week Lucy Rycroft Smith, a maths education researcher and writer, is joining us to talk all things maths. She may even manage to make notorious maths hater, Áine, feel a little more warmly towards the subject… Lucy will also join us un a glass of Mother’s Ruin Damson Gin as we chat Cheers!…
 
Marci is planning a romantic getaway, on whichever side of Lake Havasu is higher. Marci and Turi have some pet spot challenges….and Marci is low on paper towels. Cleaning products are something you never expect to talk about until you’re 90. Unless, like Marci, you happen to be hoarding bargain basement phony “Sham Wows”. The goats get an outing.…
 
The Crew of the Outlander travels to Slip's Homeworld, Exodus, to deal with an old friend... Cast Slip / Badger - Skyler Giordano Sol / Madge - Joseph Surabian Trae / Thorg / Spanks Starblinder / Gygax the Destroyer / Unnamed Polussian / Daxis - James Hart Production Notes All music was written or arranged* by Skyler Giordano Ambience and SFX were …
 
Someone's been eating Sol's Nuts. The Outlander is long range, enforcer-class starship crewed by Human Bounty, Slip. An abrasive man from the desert planet of Exodus. Sol, a green simian-like alien with 4 arms, and Trae, a rift rat human that weaseled his way aboard. Learn just how two seasoned bounty hunters got stuck with a neurotic scrapper from…
 
Marci’s husband has come up with a novel way of saving water at their desert home. Predictably, Turi finds it disgusting, but filled with possibilities. Can Turi stop Google from tracking her, or should she just try to look as exciting as possible? Life when nobody else is home. People who exist solely to spend their trust funds, and why we won’t m…
 
The Library Fairy tells this fun folktale about a young teen who tries to be the most beautiful girl at the dance by wearing everything she owns. Woven with music, song and rich characters, this Pu-Thai folktale is from Isaan. Support the show (https://www.patreon.com/thelibraryfairy)Autor: The Library Fairy
 
Plants! What do they even do for us? And how do we make them work for us? This week we’re joined by Dr Emily May Armstrong, a geneticist and plant scientist who specialises in building conversations around disability, plant knowledge, and scientific understanding in modern life. Emily will also join us in a glass of Isle of Harris gin while we chat…
 
Why would a mouse bark? The Library Fairy tells this fun folktale about a hilarious adventure of a family of mice, and answers this question. Woven with music, song and rich characters, this tale originated from Cuba (revised from a version by Antonio Sacre) and has a few words of Spanish, explained in English. Gather 'round to laugh and enjoy the …
 
Turi was never told that some medical replacement parts wear out. Now she’s learning. And when you die, if you’re cremated, what happens to all our titanium hips and ceramic inserts??? How hard IS it to disperse a box of ashes? Turi AND Marci have each learned hard lessons about what happens after the memorial service…..…
 
Schweiss and Joe assemble to discuss the last release in the Mana series, Heroes of Mana. They also briefly discuss the series as a whole, and give their final rankings. Enjoy, and stay tuned after the credits for a sneak peak at [NUDE] Clan! f you would like to contact Ultima Final Fantasy, check out the links below: Watch us play and record our p…
 
This week we’re talking all thing’s children’s literature, with a focus on the question: are we representing the diversities of life enough? We’ll be joined by Dr. B.J. Epstein, who is a senior lecturer in Literature and Translation in the School of Literature, Drama and Creative Writing at University of East Anglia. B.J will also join us in a glas…
 
Marci’s neighbors are peeping tom Blackhawk Helicopter pilots, and she likes it that way. When kids know everything, stuff gets lost. When to inflict mental punishment on your adult child: a mother’s guide. How much longer can we listen to each other complain about the unvaccinated?Autor: Shebops Productions
 
The Crew of the Wayfarer has made their mark on Omega Star 7. The Notorious Space Pirate Vax Arden has been captured and locked away in the Exodus Mining Colony. While all this is happening, a duo of Bounty Hunters, Slip and Sol, bite off more than they can chew when they pick up a scrapper named Trae in "The Rift" only days before the Collector de…
 
How have feminists created their own media, and what role does the internet play in feminist media today? This week we’re joined by Dr Claire Sedgwick, an Honorary Research fellow at University of Nottingham… with a PHD in Feminist Media Studies! Claire is going to be chatting all things Feminist media with us over some cans of Moth Negroni, a Gin …
 
The spousal unit is proud that the Small Cutie is a softball casualty. Throwing up—a regular occurrence at Marci’s house. Strategic shopping: housewares and the regular puker. Banksy: how to prove you don’t like him. The TSA and Turi’s flea market shopping haul. Marci relives her experience being frisked by a prison guard.…
 
Nanoscale Molecular Machinery… or as Áine put it ‘ya what?!’ This week we’re talking to Dr Rivka Isaacson, Associate Dean for Doctoral Studies in the Faculty of Natural & Mathematical Sciences and Reader in Chemical Biology in the Department of Chemistry at Kings College London, who’s going to explain all and try to answer ‘How can we view the invi…
 
Marci is anxious. After the fire, now there’s the monsoon—but Turi’s idea of rain barrels is rejected---even if she puts them to more creative purposes. The memorial for Turi’s friend has forced Turi to admit she can find fault with anything—especially if it’s half a tone flat. Marci confesses to the technique that enabled her to endure her kids’ b…
 
There’s a monsoon outside, and Marci tells her husband he’s not cute. Turi and the Spousal Unit discover exactly how entitled the now- graduated Big Cutie has become. Marci says this goes with being a parent, and offers her daughter, plus a ringworm-infested kitten, as an example. Both Turi and Marci recall first job poverty, and feel very, very ol…
 
Tinnitus: More than just a noise? This week we’re joined by Dr James Jackson, Reader in Psychology in the Department of Social and Behavioural Sciences at the School of Social and Health Sciences at Leeds Trinity University. James will be chatting all things tinnitus with us over a glass of Jacqsons gin, chosen for the play on his name… and it invo…
 
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