Audio Books Podcasts
Mixing humor and drama, “The Theater of the Midnight Sun” offers adventure, mystery, fantasy, science fiction, and literary fiction for those who enjoy programs like “The Daily Show with Jon Stewart.” Essentially a podcast stage for new short story play productions, stories appearing on “The Theater of the Midnight Sun” range from 1 to 6 episodes in length, and are a blend of old-time radio theater and traditional solo story reads by authors, enriched by sound effects and superb music from artists of all walks. Hosted by Michael McGee.
By Michael McGee
My podcast is a children's fantasy about an evil force that was imprisoned 1000 years ago. The spell that keeps it locked away is getting weaker. It's now only a matter before it escapes and declares all out war on the faeries that imprisoned.``This podcast is suitable for any age.``The original story was first created when I was a child, living in Burbage, Buxton. It is the first of four novels.``If you enjoy fantasy stories which bring in the myths, legends and folklore of old, the you should like this.
By Ian Rutter
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Each episode of The Bookcast at Powells.com delivers several vital doses of nutritious book candy. Recorded on-site at the home of the legendary independent bookstore in Portland, Oregon, the Bookcast presents interviews with the world's leading authors, breaking news from the book world, timely commentary, short readings, and a chance to win $1,000 worth of books â€“ all in irreverent, easy-to-digest, twelve-or-so-minute servings. Be sure to get your recommended daily allowance.