Arts Podcasts

How to Hold a Pencil show

How to Hold a PencilJoin Now to Follow

A podcast for people learning to code.

By Reuben A. Ingber

Q and A Strategy With David Watson show

Q and A Strategy With David WatsonJoin Now to Follow

Your Social Media & Marketing Questions Answered by David Watson

By DJ Paine & David Watson

Classical Classroom show

Classical ClassroomJoin Now to Follow

<p>There’s a rumor going around that classical music is hoity toity. At Classical Classroom, we beg to differ. Come learn with classical music newbie Dacia Clay and the music experts she invites into the Classical Classroom.</p>

By Dacia Clay

Crucial Listening show

Crucial ListeningJoin Now to Follow

Experimental musicians and sound artists discuss the albums that are important to them. A bi-weekly podcast from ATTN:Magazine.

By Jack Chuter

"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

Media Train Rek show

Media Train RekJoin Now to Follow

Home of Comedy Train Rek, Wait Wut? Broad Street Misery

By Media Train Rek

All Jupiter Broadcasting Shows show

All Jupiter Broadcasting ShowsJoin Now to Follow

All the great original shows put out by Jupiter Broadcasting, in one feed!

By Jupiter Broadcasting

Unladylike show

UnladylikeJoin Now to Follow

Sofie Hagland Børseth presents a show by and about women breaking taboos and standing up against gender inequality and under-representation of women

By Sofie Hagland Børseth

LitReading - Classic Short Stories show

LitReading - Classic Short StoriesJoin Now to Follow

Humans have shared short stories for millennia. For most of that time, telling tales was a verbal process. A storyteller would regale an audience with accounts of adventure, bravery, compassion, despair, enlightenment, and fear. Stories were a shared experience, until the advent of inexpensive mass-printing processes in the 19th century which allowed most of us to read to ourselves. Yet, that desire to have a short story read aloud is still ingrained in our collective soul. While we still read books for pleasure, most of today’s stories are told via newer forms of visual media like movies and television. Consuming stories via any visual medium requires an active commitment to the process. You probably shouldn’t read a book or watch a TV program while driving, but your brain still craves a good story. Audiobooks are suitable for long road trips. But what about those times when you only have a few minutes? Enter narrated short stories. Spoken short stories are quick, satisfying snack, while an audiobook is a seven-course meal. Allow me to help you fill those moments and fulfill your need for a captivating tale with my renditions of some of the world’s greatest literary masters best short stories. My love of the spoken word has been honed by a more than 30-year career in radio and voice acting with a modicum of performance passion from decades of stage performances. This venture is my hobby (I have a great full-time job), so all of the content is free of cost and commercials. I hope you enjoy them. If you have a public domain short story you would like me to read or would like to share thoughts or comments, please drop me a line. If you enjoy these short stories, please spread the word, subscribe, and leave a review on your favorite podcast service. Thanks for stopping by, Don McDonald

By Don McDonald