Arts Podcasts

TIME Entertainment Podcast show

TIME Entertainment PodcastJoin Now to Follow

TIME's entertainment critics discuss all things pop culture including the latest movies, albums, TV shows, and books.

By Time Magazine

The Gently Mad show

The Gently MadJoin Now to Follow

The Gently Mad is an interview show about what drives us as creators and connects us as people. Each week, we explore the stories, experiences and insights of awesome people who make awesome things. Hosted by Adam Clark.

By Adam Clark

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A R T E / A R TJoin Now to Follow

A R T E / A R T DESENHO, PINTURA, MÚSICA E POESIA - Podcast do Artista Plástico, Ilustrador e Locutor Brasileiro, Daniel Amaral. Fique à vontade, caso queira deixar algum comentário.

By Daniel Amaral

Black Format Podcast show

Black Format PodcastJoin Now to Follow

This podcast is a short 5 to 10 question conversation with artists from around the world, covering topics like music, design, art and illustration.

By Black Format

The Writing Show 2007 Archives show

The Writing Show 2007 ArchivesJoin Now to Follow

The Writing Show provides information and inspiration for writers of all kinds. Whether you write fiction, nonfiction, screenplays, songs, games, manuals, ads, reports, reviews, or poetry, we are here to entertain, help, and engage you.

By Paula B

"A Tale of Two Cities" Audiobook (Audio book) show

"A Tale of Two Cities" Audiobook (Audio book)Join Now to Follow

"A Tale of Two Cities" was first published in 1859. Charles Dickens tells a gripping story about the nature of torture, power and love. This audiobook is performed by Jane Aker and co-produced by LoudLit.org and LiteralSystems. Each episode has 1 to 4 chapters and is approximately 30-40 minutes in length. Text provided at Project Gutenberg (www.gutenberg.org). This recording was made possible by the generous support of Gordon W. Draper. Also available via podcast from LiteralSystems and LoudLit.org: "Heart of Darkness" by Joseph Conrad, "The Scarlet Letter" by Nathaniel Hawthorne and "Adventures of Huckleberry Finn" by Mark Twain.

By Charles Dickens performed by Jane Aker

Young Guns Show show

Young Guns ShowJoin Now to Follow

The Young Guns Show aims to feature and inspire the young guns in the web industry — the guys and gals that aren't waiting for "someday" to do amazing things.

By Galen Gidman

The Prophet of Panamindorah show

The Prophet of PanamindorahJoin Now to Follow

Corry showed up at the orphanage two years ago, unable to remember how he had gotten there. He spoke a language no one recognized, and he was afraid of cars and planes and computers. Corry can remember snippets of another life, but no matter how hard he tries to remember, it just keeps slipping away. Then one day, he meets a fauness in an orange grove. She is from a world called Panamindorah, and he can understand her language. In addition, Corry can read a language that no one in Panamindorah has been able to read for three hundred years; has he really been gone that long? Now he must recover his lost memories and rebuild his life, because the person who tried to kill him once is about to try again. The Prophet of Panamindorah is a free podcast novel for listeners 13 and older. This is the single feed for all three of the Prophet of Panamindorah books. If you want to listen to all of them in one place, as well as occasional comments from the author, subscribe here.

By Abigail Hilton

"The Scarlet Letter" Audiobook (Audio book) show

"The Scarlet Letter" Audiobook (Audio book)Join Now to Follow

"The Scarlet Letter" was first published in 1850. Set in 17th-century Boston, Nathaniel Hawthorne's story revolves around the themes of sin, revenge and repentance. This audiobook is performed by Mary Woods and produced by LoudLit.org. Each chapter download made possible by donations to LoudLit.org. Text provided at Project Gutenberg (www.gutenberg.org). This recording was made possible by the generous support of Gordon W. Draper, Lois and Will Yeats, Theresa Mahoney and Todd Fadoir. Also available via podcast: "A Tale of Two Cities" by Charles Dickens, "Heart of Darkness" by Joseph Conrad and "Adventures of Huckleberry Finn" by Mark Twain.

By Nathaniel Hawthorne and performed by Mary Woods

"Heart of Darkness" Audiobook (Audio book) show

"Heart of Darkness" Audiobook (Audio book)Join Now to Follow

"Heart of Darkness" was first published in 1902. In this novella, Joseph Conrad explores morality and human nature. This audiobook is performed by David Kirkwood and narrated by Tom Franks and co-produced by LoudLit.org and LiteralSystems. Each episode is approximately 20-30 minutes in length. The text is available under the "Lyrics" tag. Text provided at Project Gutenberg (www.gutenberg.org). This recording was made possible by the generous support of Gordon W. Draper. Also available via podcast from LiteralSystems and LoudLit.org: "A Tale of Two Cities" by Charles Dickens, "The Scarlet Letter" by Nathaniel Hawthorne and "Adventures of Huckleberry Finn" by Mark Twain.

By Joesph Conrad performed by David Kirkwood and narrated by Tom Franks