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The Midnight Library

Astonishing Legends Productions

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Proudly brought to you by the fine folks at the Astonishing Legends Podcast- Not just another show but a place you can go: The Midnight Library. You alone, can climb the stairs of the strange, old Victorian mansion and be somewhat welcomed by your Hosts, Miranda Merrick & Mr. Darling. Curl up in a window seat or beside the grand fireplace and hear a tale of times long ago. Be transported to forgotten lands, learn about ancient customs and mysterious happenings… all in the company of your unu ...
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Home to the world's largest collection of Shakespeare materials. Advancing knowledge and the arts. Discover it all at www.folger.edu. Shakespeare turns up in the most interesting places—not just literature and the stage, but science and social history as well. Our "Shakespeare Unlimited" podcast explores the fascinating and varied connections between Shakespeare, his works, and the world around us.
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The Romantasy Library

The Romantasy Library

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A podcast connecting readers with authors of the Romantasy genre. The Romantasy Library podcast is hosted by Kate Perkins, a therapist by day and avid reader by night. She hopes to celebrate and promote authors whose fanciful writing makes her heart sing.
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Talking around the library tree

Lancaster University Library

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An insight into an award winning university library. With each episode we bring you a casual conversation relating to Lancaster University library. This could be a getting to know staff, chats with students, learning about resources, discussing the latest trends in library world. It's not just books you know.
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The Enchanted Library

The Enchanted Library

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Join us in the Enchanted Library on a read-aloud adventure, featuring classic and living literature. Many of these books are featured in Charlotte Mason-based homeschool curriculums like AmblesideOnline and others. Come on an adventure with us!
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Library Talks

The New York Public Library

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Join The New York Public Library and your favorite writers, artists, and thinkers for smart talks and provocative conversations from the nation’s cultural capital.
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The Library Channel serves as a conduit to the UC San Diego Library’s many outreach activities and events, ranging from author talks, faculty lectures, and special events, to concerts, film screenings, and behind-the-scenes interviews with students, librarians, and friends and supporters. Visit: uctv.tv/library-channel
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Library Leadership Podcast

Adriane Herrick Juarez

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The Library Leadership Podcast features real library leaders discussing the most important issues in libraries today. We hope it becomes a resource for everyone navigating the fast-paced world of information service provision. Adriane Herrick Juarez is the Executive Director of the Park City Library in Utah. She believes library leadership is an ever-evolving practice that is enhanced through thought-provoking conversations and the sharing of ideas.
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Your Family, Your Library

Skokie Public Library

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Have a question about your child’s growth? You’re not alone! Each month, librarians Caitlin and Katie will chat about their experiences as parents and share library resources for caregivers looking for support.
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Not Your Mother's Library

Not Your Mother's Library

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Librarians from Oak Creek Public Library discuss their latest reads and give their favorite reading, watching, and listening recommendations each month! Visit https://oakcreeklibrary.org/podcast for complete transcripts of every episode.
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Library of Mistakes

The Library of Mistakes

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Based in Edinburgh, with branches in Switzerland and India, the Library of Mistakes is a free public library designed to improve understanding of finance (and life in general), one mistake at a time. In this podcast series the Library's Keeper, Professor Russell Napier, speaks to authors of some of the most interesting books in the ever-expanding collection exploring insights into finance, business, society and human nature. Fascinating, educational and often rather funny. Produced and edite ...
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Join host Benny Bruce on this entertaining podcast for St. Tammany Parish Library news, discussion, special guests, local history, and coverage of library events that you might have missed. Have fun with library staff on this family friendly podcast and explore the many tools that the library provides to you. For over a decade, the St. Tammany Parish Library Podcast has offered information and entertainment for all age groups in our Louisiana community. Learn more at http://sttammanylibrary.org
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Hamden Library Podcast

Hamden Public Library

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A monthly podcast all about Hamden, libraries and community. Your number one listening resource for our unique and diverse community, keeping you informed but also entertaining and inspiring you. Appreciate why Hamden Public Library truly is the heart of Hamden!
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The Norton Library Podcast

The Norton Library

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Welcome to the Norton Library Podcast, where we explore influential works of literature and philosophy with the leading scholars and teachers behind Norton’s newest series of classics. In each episode, with a Norton Library editor or translator as our guide, we'll learn something new and surprising about these classic works—why they endure, and what it means to read them today. Hosted by Mark Cirino and produced by Michael Von Cannon, the co-creators of the Hemingway Society's popular show O ...
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A weekly storytelling podcast, featuring new fantasy or science fiction or just plain wyrd, wacky, fun stories. Plus: interviews with authors of fantastical fiction. And maybe a giveaway or two. Keep listening to find out about new books, and how to obtain print, ebook or audiobook versions of the complete novel.
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VU Library Live

University Library of the Vrije Universiteit Amsterdam

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VU Library Live is a podcast made on an irregular base by the University Library team of Vrije Universiteit Amsterdam. It covers developments in the library world, academic life and beyond.
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In Part 2 of our discussion on Dante's Inferno, translator Michael Palma discusses his own history with the poem and how he came to translate it, the terza rima rhyme scheme Dante employs, and in what ways the Divine Comedy is really a comedy. Michael Palma is the award-winning translator of Diego Valeri and Guido Gozzano, among others. He has publ…
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It’s challah-baking time, but when Kiddo tries to braid the dough, it keeps ending up in a big tangled blob. Mimi knows the power of a good story, so she reads the book An Egg for Shabbat. It’s about a young boy trying to go fetch an egg for his mother. He keeps accidentally breaking egg after egg in different ways, but eventually shows us all that…
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Send us a Text Message. Welcome to a new episode of Ye Olde Dragon's Library storytelling podcast! Season 7 Preview: Season 7 features chapters from the 2nd Steward's World novel: WHITE WOLF When the enchanter Neuroch killed her mother, Taran should have inherited her magic, but she didn't. She had none of her own, though her mother always said she…
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The crew of the U.S.S. Canis Major go inside a Space Whale --- Cinematic Epic Emotional | EGLAIR by Alex-Productions | https://onsound.eu/Music promoted by https://www.free-stock-music.comCreative Commons / Attribution 3.0 Unported License (CC BY 3.0)https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/3.0/deed.en_US#StarTrek #StarTrekAdventures #TTRPG…
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You May Never See a Hot Summer Day the Same Way Again... Jeff Goodell is a New York Times bestselling author of seven books, including The Water Will Come: Rising Seas, Sinking Cities, and the Remaking of the Civilized World, which was picked as a New York Times Critics' Top Book of 2017, as well as one of Washington Post's 50 Notable Works of Nonf…
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“Stories of archives are always stories of phantoms, of the death or disappearance or erasure of something, the preservation of what remains, and its possible reappearance—feared by some, desired by others,” writes Thomas Keenan. Archiving the Commons: Looking Through the Lens of bak.ma (DPR Barcelona, June 2024) is about those stories and much mor…
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What would you do if a mysterious substance fell from the sky? The people of Oakville, Washington, faced this eerie phenomenon in 1994. From health scares to wild theories, the Oakville Rain Incident remains unsolved to this day. Watch now as we delve into the details and explore the potential explanations. Subscribe to The Tape Library for more ca…
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On this week's show, Nicole discusses the importance of monitoring your child's screen time, and has some suggestions for books you can take out from our collection. And speaking of books, Sara has a stack of interesting books on communication and why we need to talk with each other instead of at each other.…
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With Trouble in Queenstown, Delia Pitts introduces private investigator Vandy Myrick in a powerful mystery that blends grief, class, race, and family with thrilling results. I could not put this book down and it started with the very first sentence! We talk about the book, Delia’s short stories, her familial influences, and her terrific Ross Agency…
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Hi everyone! In this episode, The Romantasy Library interviews Fantasy Romance author, Nicole Platania. She’s the author of The Curse of Ophelia series. Nicole harbors a love for broken and twisty characters, stories that feel like puzzles, and all things romance. She can always be found with a cup of coffee or glass of wine in hand, ready to discu…
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Imagine: a fiercely idealistic, politically progressive artist takes the stand at a hearing of the House Un-American Activities Committee. The chair of the committee is a hard-right demagogue with a gift for sound bites and a fixation with Communism. If you’re picturing Joseph McCarthy’s anti-Communist crusade in the 1950s… think two decades earlie…
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What are ways we can engage our communities in work that embraces differences? On this show Essraa Nawar, Assistant Dean for DEI Initiatives and Development at Chapman University’s Leatherby Libraries, shares her experiences regarding the power of being different and meaningfully connected to the rest of the world. She helps us learn how to engage …
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July is Parks and Recreation month, so we thought it might be fun to make book recommendations based on some of our favorite characters from the show Parks and Recreation. As always, if you want to check out any of our recommendations, you can find them on the library's catalog. https://catalog.metrolibrary.org/?browseCategory=staff_picks And if yo…
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Please come out with us for a little drink, won't you, dear guest? Tonight we're on the prowl for spooky pubs. Pubs Most Haunted! That's what you get when you build a public house on ancient Ley Lines or inside of the world's oldest, prehistoric stone circle. Oh, and it helps to have a load of shifty characters living there down through time, along…
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In this latest episode of Talking Around the Library Tree, host, Louise Speakman is joined by Andrew Barker. The Lancaster University Library director discusses his role, his history in libraries, challenges for the sector, "Being brave", Mills and Boon novels and ambitions of being a Flâneur. So sit back, grab a brew and get an insight into what m…
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Do you need some distractions during vacation travel or while lying directly under your A/C unit and sweating? It’s time for The Modern Law Library’s summer recommendations episode, in which host Lee Rawles shares her pop culture picks with you, plus a re-airing of one of our older episodes with current relevance. As states navigate a post-Dobbs wo…
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Join Russell Napier for a fascinating discussion with Harold James, author of Seven Crashes: The Economic Crises That Shaped Globalisation. And unlike many of our episodes, brace yourself for a relatively optimistic conclusion! •The Library of Mistakes runs an outstanding course called the Practical History of Financial Markets. To find out more, g…
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Memories of the Lost, by Barbara O’Neal (Lake Union Publishing, July 30, 2024) Months after her mother dies, an artist sees a painting in a gallery that makes her lightheaded and dizzy. A handsome stranger comes over to help her. She later discovers a document in her mother’s papers that makes her realize her whole life has been a lie. She enters i…
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Puyallup Public Library's Outreach Coordinator, Debi, speaks with fashion designer Dan McLean, who has a fashion show coming up on July 20, 2024. Dan McLean is at the forefront of sustainable fashion in Seattle. Since graduating from Seattle Central College’s apparel design program in 2019, Dan has gone on to dress names such as Megan Rapinoe and E…
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In this program presented by UC San Diego Library and UC San Diego History Department, hear and see the work of artists and scholars from Okinawa and Tokyo. The discussion centers around themes of nation, indigeneity, gender and militarism, with the end goal of proposing new ways of “living otherwise,” together through the power of art. Featured ar…
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Chris had the opportunity to converse with Essraa Nawar, Assistant Dean for Library DEI Initiatives and Development, recognized in Forbes Arab American Heritage, Top 40 Women of Egypt, 125 Most Influential People in OC, and Women of Influence in O.C. Top 30 Egyptian Women Abroad. Essraa delves into unconventional perspectives on diversity, equity, …
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Master Gardener Soozi Pline talks with Jayne Luetzow, Regional Agent for Northwest Alabama Cooperative Extension office, about pruning. Step by step pruning techniques, including when to prune, why to prune, and what tools to use. A master class in pruning trees and shrubs with specific mentions of azaleas, hydrangeas, and roses, as well as a discu…
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Youth Services Librarian Meagan joins us once again to promote the 'Adventure Begins at Your Library' Summer Reading Challenge. This Challenge opened on June 8th and goes through August 10th! Learn more and register by visiting oakcreeklibrary.org/src. Or, visit our events calendar to stay up to date on all of the fun activities that will keep you …
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