Best Dialect podcasts we could find (Updated March 2019)
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It was published in 1893–1894 by Century Magazine in seven installments, and is a detective story with some racial themes. The plot of this novel is a detective story, in which a series of identities — the judge’s murderer, Tom, Chambers — must be sorted out. This structure highlights the problem of identity and one’s ability to determine one’s own identity. Broader issues of identity are the central ideas of this novel. One of Twain’s major goals in this book was to exploit the true nature ...
 
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Aussie English
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G’day and welcome to the Aussie English podcast.I’m Pete Smissen and my objective here is to teach you guys the English spoken down under. Whether you plan to travel, to work or to live in Australia or you just have an interest in our culture, history and spoken dialect of English. You have come to the right place. And whether you aim to speak English like a true blue Aussie or you just want to be able to understand “what the flippin’ hell we’re on about when we’re havin’ a yarn”. You have c ...
 
Bearing a striking resemblance to Aesop of Aesop's Fables fame, American author Joel Chandler Harris' Uncle Remus is also a former slave who loves to tell simple and pithy stories. Uncle Remus or to give it its original title, Uncle Remus: His Songs and His Sayings was published in late 1880 and received instant acclaim. The book was reviewed in hundreds of journals and newspapers across the country, leading to its immense success, both critical and financial. “Remus” was originally a fictio ...
 
A fun weekly radio show about language seen through culture, history, and family. Co-hosts Martha Barnette and Grant Barrett talk with callers who have questions and stories about linguistics, old sayings, word histories, etymology, regional dialects, slang, new words, word play, word games, grammar, family expressions, books, literature, writing, and more. Email your language questions to words@waywordradio.org or call with your questions toll-free *any* time in the U.S. and Canada at 1 (87 ...
 
“If anybody cares to read a simple tale told simply” … thus opens Lorna Doone, one of the best love stories ever written. The novel has inspired at least ten movies and mini-series. “John (in West Country dialect this is pronounced Jan) Ridd is the son of a respectable farmer who was murdered in cold blood by a member of the notorious Doone clan, a once-noble family now living in the isolated Doone Valley. Battling his desire for revenge, John also grows into a respectable farmer and continu ...
 
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The World in Words
Monthly
 
The World in Words is a podcast about languages and the people who speak them. What happens to the brain on bilingualism? Does it matter that so many languages are dying out? Should we fear the rise of global English? Is the United States losing its linguistic cohesion? Why are Chinese tech words so inventive? Why does Icelandic have so many cool swearwords? Patrick Cox and Nina Porzucki bring you stories from the world’s linguistic frontlines. Also at pri.org/language
 
Regarded as the pride and joy of American literature, The Adventures of Huckleberry Finn is a picturesque novel depicting Huck’s epic journey from boyhood to manhood and the struggles he must face living in a corrupt society. The novel serves as a sequel to The Adventures of Tom Sawyer, another famous work by Mark Twain. The plot unfolds in several locations sometime before the Civil War. The book opens with a description of Huck’s new life as he undergoes a process of “civilization” while l ...
 
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Owls at Dawn
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Two dudes from SoCal who studied philosophy, politics, and religion around the globe who decided to start a podcast where we could bullshit with impunity.
 
The Universal Declaration of Human Rights was ratified in 1948 by the United Nations General Assembly. It defines the fundamental rights of individuals, and exhorts all governments to protect these rights. The UN has translated the document into over three hundred languages and dialects. This audiobook includes readings in 21 languages.
 
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The Compass
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The Compass - exploring our world.
 
John Clare (1793 – 1864) was a farm labourer in the village of Helpstone, Northamptonshire, who became arguably England’s greatest nature poet. He rose to fame when his ‘Poems Descriptive of Rural Life and Scenery’ was published in 1820. His language preserves many local dialect words in a mixture of classical forms and heart-felt love of country life and nature. The poems in this collection are from his early career, and are largely free of pointers to his later mental illness.
 
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School of Autonomy
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The School of Autonomy is an online school website built to educate you on self care and engage your knowledge of the human body. In doing this we empower you to take back control of your body, learn the dialect it speaks and gives you the tools and skills to help prevent injury, illness and disease.
 
Podcast Sciences, Esprit Critique & LibertéNous interviewons des chercheurs, enseignants et auteurs ayant des idées intéressantes, et qui défendent la pensée libre, rationnelle et empirique. Nous luttons à notre niveau contre un certain anti-intellectualisme d'une partie de la classe intellectuelle. Nos interviews se font en français ou en anglais.Science, Critical Thinking & Freedom PodcastWe interview researchers, teachers and authors who have interesting ideas, and who defend free, ration ...
 
If you've watched and loved the delightful musical My Fair Lady, then you'd love to read the wonderful play on which it is based. Pygmalion by George Bernard Shaw is equally engrossing and as full of charm, wit and underlying pathos. First performed on stage in 1912, Pygmalion takes its title from the Greek myth of Pygmalion and Galatea. In the ancient story, a brilliant sculptor, Pygmalion falls in love with one of his own creations, a ravishingly beautiful sculpture whom he names Galatea. ...
 
Sermons in plain English on Catholic dogma, doctrine, and devotion
 
An up to date discussion with Australian Hip Hop culture's leading participants, brought to you by those active within it.Brought To You By The Beers Beats & The Biz TeamJake BizTravis BroiInsideus
 
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OnTranslation
Monthly
 
A discussion of contemporary issues in translation, from classical past to the global present, hosted by Mohammed Albakry (English, Middle Tennessee State Univ.) and Joseph McAlhany (History, Univ. of Connecticut).
 
We are your hosts Joe and Aaron. Join us from St. Louis through the magic of the interwebz, each month, as we plumb the depths of nerdery, geekery, gaming, pop culture, art, philosophy, and only very occasionally politics. We aren’t actually plumbers, we’re librarians, but we promise- there shall be no shushing- far from it! We encounter the dialectic through topics like tabletop gaming, the latest superhero schlock, the magic of geek-love, the promises of VR technology and more! Sit back, a ...
 
A podcast on the spoken word
 
A podcast for the sane and rational left to discuss important topics relevant and accessible to all.
 
Casual and informed conversations about topics related to therapy and mental health including guests presenting on their own experience.
 
Join award-winning musical theatre writer Joel B. New as he interviews the savviest singers he knows! Each guest brings multiple talents to the theatre industry -- from photography to dialect coaching to massage therapy -- and their careers as performers have only been enriched by them. Named one of 2014's Top 20 Podcasts for Theatre Lovers by BroadwayWorld.com, "Something New" dissects what it means to be a working, multifaceted artist today and always concludes with a song premiere from on ...
 
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Radio Omniglot
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A podcast about language and linguistics
 
LibriVox volunteers bring you 20 recordings of The Pool by Paul Laurence Dunbar. This was the Weekly Poetry project for May 20, 2012.Paul Laurence Dunbar (June 27, 1872 – February 9, 1906) was an African American poet, novelist, and playwright of the late 19th and early 20th centuries. Much of his popular work in his lifetime used a Negro dialect, which helped him become one of the first nationally-accepted African American writers. Much of his writing, however, does not use dialect; these m ...
 
LibriVox volunteers bring you 22 recordings of The Mystery by Paul Laurence Dunbar. This was the Weekly Poetry project for August 12, 2012,Paul Laurence Dunbar was an African-American poet, novelist, and playwright of the late 19th and early 20th centuries. Much of his popular work in his lifetime used a Negro dialect, which helped him become one of the first nationally-accepted African-American writers. Much of his writing, however, does not use dialect; these more traditional poems have be ...
 
A personal podcast where I expound and speak in an open-ended fashion on everything theological, philosophical, and generally intellectually relevant or meaningful.
 
Drei korte verhaole in 't Mestreechs dialek.Eder verhaol gief 'ne klein inziech vaan de gebeurtenisse in Mestreech op 't leste vaan de 19de en 't vreuge begin vaan de 20ste iew.De ierste twie verhaole goon euver de werkmaan en de naobersjap vaan dee tied.Ut derde verhaol geit euver de veranderinge in Mestreech in 't begin vaan de 20ste iew. Three short stories in the Maastricht dialect of The Netherlands. Each is a small insight into the going ons in Maastricht in the late 19th and early 20t ...
 
Where we learn to keep the drama on the stage and in front of the camera, but out of our personal lives.
 
Adventures of Huckleberry Finn (1884) by Mark Twain is one of the truly great American novels, beloved by children, adults, and literary critics alike. The book tells the story of “Huck” Finn (first introduced as Tom Sawyer’s sidekick in The Adventures of Tom Sawyer), his friend Jim, and their journey down the Mississippi River on a raft. Both are on the run, Huck from his drunk and abusive father, and Jim as a runaway slave.As Huck and Jim drift down the river, they meet many colorful chara ...
 
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S3: Ep 21 (Finale): This is The End Welcome listeners to Season 3: Episode 21 of the Gateway Geeks Podcast- This is The End. Big things are happening in your hosts’ lives. Aaron is getting hitched, Joe is starting his doctorate, so the podcast is wrapping up. Like all good things, this too must end. Don’t be sad, we’re making room for more, and ...…
 
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Most people know, or at least have some idea what an alphabet is, but many people might not be so familiar with abjads, abugidas, syllabaries and other writing systems. In this episode I explain what these words mean, and how these writing systems work. I also talk a bit about the history of writing. http://www.omniglot.com/soundfiles/radio/epi ...…
 
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Access the Premium Podcast here: https://bit.ly/2UrWuj6 Join the Aussie English Classroom here: https://bit.ly/2TJ697J Today, Kel and I talk about her pregnancy, recent baby shower, and the tragic recent event in New Zealand.
 
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A wingnut is a handy, stabilizing piece of hardware. So why is it a pejorative term for those of a certain political persuasion? Also, is there something wrong with the phrase "committed suicide"? Some say that the word "commit" is a painful reminder that, legally, suicide was once considered a criminal act. They've proposed a different term. F ...…
 
"Childlike Wonder and Mortality" - Owls at Dawn, Episode 81 Shitty Minute: New Zealand Terrorist Attack | Main Segment: Moratlity, Freedom, and Justice | Sticky Leaves: Music recommendations from T-roy Music by Blue Ducks - "Four Inches of Water" ___________ To gain access to bonus episodes, the monthly newsletter, and more, visit our Patreon a ...…
 
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Join the Premium Podcast here: https://bit.ly/2UrWuj6 Enrol in the Aussie English Classroom here: https://bit.ly/2HDw4qW Learn Australian English in this expression episode of the Aussie English Podcast where I teach you to use the expression SEAL OF APPROVAL and talk about the seals in Australia.
 
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