Best Librarians podcasts we could find (Updated November 2018)
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The Librarians After Show recaps, reviews and discusses episodes of TNT's The Librarians.Show Summary: Cued by TNT's popular "The Librarian" trilogy, this series introduces new members of an ancient group protecting mystical artifacts. Hidden below the Metropolitan Public Library, the secret society's longtime leader is Flynn Carsen, whose job has become very complicated. To help, the Library recruits Eve, a counterterrorism agent responsible for organizational security; Jacob, who has encyc ...
 
Podcast by No Librarians Allowed
 
Welcome to Two and a Half Librarians, a spoiler-filled show about books and other bookish stuff, by the Prescott Valley Public Library. Our hosts are Shelbie Marks, Coleen Bornschlegel, and Michele Hjorting
 
I chat to information professionals (Librarians) from all sectors about their careers so far, CPD, frustrations, achievements, and what they would do if I put them in charge of the profession for a day.
 
Podcasts from the Gwinnett County Public Library
 
The podcast for academic librarians.
 
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Shelf Talk
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All things library with two absolutely and completely qualified librarians, Melissa and Hannah.
 
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SciFi TV Rewatch
Weekly
 
A podcast exploring science fiction television - Past and present
 
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Beyond the Book
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A series of recordings from the Copyright Clearance Center.
 
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Break Room Chats
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Welcome to Break Room Chats, the podcast of the New Professionals Section of the Library Leadership and Management Association of ALA. To continue the conversation, please visit the New Professionals Section Facebook page at https://www.facebook.com/groups/LLAMA.NPS/ . We're also on twitter @LLAMA_NPS.
 
Novel Ideas: The Library Podcast is made by librarians for readers and bookish fanatics of all kinds! We are an amazing public library that has been serving Derby, KS and all surrounding cities including Wichita since 1958. We offer many resources, services, and programs to our patrons. Check out the podcast for reading inspiration, tips and tricks for parents, segments such as Author Spotlight and Teens Talk, and so much more!
 
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Library Land Loves
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Library Professionals are passionate about a lot of things. Be it the pop media they consume or the databases that drive their libraries, Library Land Loves A Lot!
 
A Magic: the Gathering show that uses Magic story as a lens to understand our own lives on a deeper level.
 
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Chaotic Lawful
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A podcast about change in the legal profession. Yes, how legal technology is changing things, but also changes in legal education, hiring trends, #metoo, etc. There will be lawyer guests -- but hopefully also legal secretaries and law librarians and students and technologists and anyone else with a stake in how law is practiced in the U.S.
 
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Radiotopia
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This feed was created by mixing existing feeds from various sources.
 
Join host Sean Rice (Second Clarinet, NAC Orchestra) as he explores the world of classical music and its great composers. In this series of audio programmes you can look forward to hearing insightful commentary about upcoming NAC Orchestra programmes as well as musical excerpts and interviews with NACO musicians and guest artists.
 
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Well Read
Monthly
 
A podcast from the librarians at the Glenview Public Library
 
Join the Southwestern Baptist Theological Seminary's librarians as we discuss resources, books, SWBTS history and much more with faculty and students.
 
Join librarians Erin and Jennifer as they review new and classic cookbooks by testing and discussing the recipes.
 
Shelf Life is a podcast from the Newberry Library about the humanities--and the humans behind them. Each episode features a new conversation with librarians, curators, and researchers about anything from the history of fake news to the secret lives of famous American authors.
 
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TEDTalks Health
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From way-new medical breakthroughs to smart daily health habits, doctors and researchers share their discoveries about medicine and well-being onstage at the TED conference, TEDx events and partner events around the world. You can also download these and many other videos free on TED.com, with an interactive English transcript and subtitles in up to 80 languages. TED is a nonprofit devoted to Ideas Worth Spreading.
 
Providing ideas and resources for K-12 teachers and school-based administrators.
 
This podcast is a collection of audio stories from the libraries, archives, and museums of New York City. It is brought to you by the Metropolitan New York Library Council, where the libraries and archives of New York comes together to learn, share ideas, and collaborate.
 
The audio supplement to "Against The Grain - Linking Publishers, Vendors and Librarians" Against the Grain is your key to the latest news about libraries, publishers, book jobbers, and subscription agents. Our goal is to link publishers, vendors, and librarians by reporting on the issues, literature, and people that impact the world of books and journals.
 
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Death by Foui
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News for the Red Deer and Central Alberta area, interviews with important local people, and the latest in pop culture, all hosted by The Drive's Afternoon Show host Foui, Uncut and uncensored.
 
Join award-winning children's author, Paul Durham, as he and his weekly guests give you a behind-the-scenes look at the children's publishing industry.
 
John Spencer is passionate about seeing schools embrace creativity and design thinking. In this podcast, he explores the intersection of creative thinking and student learning.
 
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Oncotarget
Monthly
 
Traditional scholarly journal with open free-access. Topics on Oncology, Aging, Pathology, Immunology, Microbiology, Autophagy, Cell Death, and Chromosome
 
In the Reading Corner is a monthly podcast for teachers, student teachers and librarians. Bringing you news about the latest literacy research, authors, children's books and exciting projects.
 
Join librarians Alexa and Jenny as we talk books. What we're currently loving, what we're hating, and what we can't wait to read next!
 
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The Techbrarians
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We are the techbrarians two librarians who work together in an urban high school in Fort Worth, TX. We want to focus on how we integrate technology into our everyday life in the library on top of all of our more traditional librarian duties. We will talk about all aspects of our lives in the library, including our successes and failures.
 
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Shelf Esteem
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I'm a reader, a writer, and a talker. On Shelf Esteem I talk to people about what they're reading and the books they love.
 
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Strange Country
Weekly
 
Welcome to Strange Country, a podcast devoted to bizarre, surreal and extraordinary stories that make America the weird place it is. Co-hosts Kelly and Beth are former newspaper reporters turned school librarians who have always had a soft spot for a good story--the stranger the better. Discover the first woman to survive a barrel ride over Niagara Falls and the man who invented “complex marriage” in one of the most successful utopian experiments. Things get weird pretty quickly around here.
 
Just a couple of podcasting librarians, talking mostly about pop culture.
 
This is an RSS 2.0 formatted XML feed produced by the San José State University School of Information iSchool. The purpose of this podcast is to provide a forum for faculty, alumni, and students to present their works/projects and to exchange research ideas. The media of this podcast is available as both video and audio. Captioned versions of this media are available on the SLIS Website.
 
"Whose Century Is It?" explores ideas, trends and twists shaping the 21st century. Is this century China's, or once again America's, or someone else's entirely? It's too early to say; but creator and host Mary Kay Magistad offers interviews, stories and perspectives from around the world that provide informative— and often surprising— ways to think about the question. Mary Kay is a former NPR and PRI foreign correspondent and Asia hand who has reported from some 40 countries, on both sides o ...
 
Top Shelf Topics From Merrick Library
 
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STEAL THIS SHOW
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News from filesharing, the future of distribution, and media on the edge.
 
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 ...
 
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The Nerd Degree
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The Nerd Degree is a monthly comedy panel show performed live at Orange Studios in Christchurch, New Zealand.
 
The Aussie Writers Literary Podcast serves up interviews with writers, readers, publishers, librarians, bookshop owners, and other professionals in the Australian writing landscape. Our listeners are writers and readers who are interested in high-quality books by Australian authors. We are extra keen to promote newly emerging Australian writing talent, along with well-known, established Australian authors.Aussie Writers is a not-for-profit service for writers to share their writing with the ...
 
If you are thinking about a tech startup, then this is the podcast for you.
 
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The Digital Edge
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The Digital Edge, hosted by Sharon D. Nelson, Esq. and Jim Calloway, provides listeners with tips and tools for career success, as well as cutting-edge technology news. Nelson and Calloway invite noted authors, speakers, and legal technologists to discuss topics at the intersection of law and technology.
 
Join Daniel Messer, the Cyberpunk Librarian, as he talks about ideas, trends, and cool stuff for technologically minded librarians who are high tech and low budget! Occasionally, we'll dive into the art, literature, and media of cyberpunk.
 
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The Digital Edge
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The Digital Edge, hosted by Sharon D. Nelson, Esq. and Jim Calloway, provides listeners with tips and tools for career success, as well as cutting-edge technology news. Nelson and Calloway invite noted authors, speakers, and legal technologists to discuss topics at the intersection of law and technology.
 
Behold Finders Keepers, a British record label, 40 years in the making, introducing fans of psychedelic / jazz / folk / funk / avant-garde and whacked-out movie musak to a lost world of undiscovered vinyl artifacts from the annals of alternative pop history.Catering to record collectors and DJ-producers alike with a huge emphasis on sample friendly soundscapes, rocksteady back-beats and primitive electronic experimentalism. Discerning purveyors of the bizarre and abnormal should expect the J ...
 
Librarians sharing book recommendations, library news, author interviews, local history stories, and more! Hosted by Nate Gass & Lindsay Barber-Peddycoart.
 
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Tarkin's Top Shelf
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A Star Wars literary podcast that strives to deliver an educational and yet, entertaining analysis and outlook, pertaining to the new canonical novels/YA books from the galaxy far, far away. In other words, Becca and Mark are your guardians to the Whills and your librarians to the long-lost Jedi Archives.
 
The Kitchen Sisters Present… Stories from the b-side of history. Lost recordings, hidden worlds, people possessed by a sound, a vision, a mission. The episodes tell deeply layered stories, lush with interviews, field recordings and music. From powerhouse producers The Kitchen Sisters (Hidden Kitchens, The Hidden World of Girls, The Sonic Memorial Project, Lost & Found Sound, Fugitive Waves and coming soon… The Keepers). "The Kitchen Sisters have done some of best radio stories ever broadcast ...
 
Celebrate the many ways the arts can enliven, inform, challenge, fulfill and make listeners better citizens of their community and the world with The Art of the Matter.
 
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It's time to give thanks. It's Thanksgiving. Normally, we are focused on sharing thanks with our families, our relatives, our immediate family members. But today, I am asking you to think about those one time strangers who made a difference in your life. I am asking you to think about those teachers, educators, or mentors who took an interest i ...…
 
A podcast by three librarians at the Glenview Public Library
 
Kelly Rice, Director of Development and Lars Lih, Musicologist from McGill’s Schulich School of Music visited the NAC in January 2018 to hear John Storgårds conduct the NAC Orchestra and violinist Guy Braunstein perform two iconic works: Shostakovich’s 1st Violin Concerto and Rachmaninoff’s 3rd Symphony. Both composers were Russian, but had dif ...…
 
Get ready to geek out over this wishlist of tech toys for the holidays! In this episode of The Digital Edge, hosts Sharon Nelson and Jim Calloway share their complete list of picks for the best new technology -- some serious and some just plain fun. From a PhoneSoap sanitizer to a Marvel Thor’s Hammer tool set, there’s something for everyone on ...…
 
Get ready to geek out over this wishlist of tech toys for the holidays! In this episode of The Digital Edge, hosts Sharon Nelson and Jim Calloway share their complete list of picks for the best new technology -- some serious and some just plain fun. From a PhoneSoap sanitizer to a Marvel Thor’s Hammer tool set, there’s something for everyone on ...…
 
On a hot summer day in 1978, a group of friends started renovating an old house in Atlanta. They were steaming wallpaper off of the walls when two strangers just walked in. One of them had a gun. Criminal is a proud member of Radiotopia from PRX. If you haven't already, please review us on iTunes! It's an important way to help new listeners dis ...…
 
Using the "blood money" from Steven's book royalties, Theo earns her PhD and now helps young children overcome any number of traumas. As children in Hill House, the twins find a hidden sub-basement that doesn't appear on any plans, and Theo finds evidence that the house once provided a safe haven for bootleggers to conduct their business. Olivi ...…
 
The National Book Awards are more diverse than ever, and they are younger, hipper, more edgy and more current.
 
On this surprisingly snowy November day, I’m posting this lovely interview with the ever-sunny Libby Page. We spoke about her debut novel, The Lido, and it’s not to be missed. The Lido will provide just the right amount of warmth for this fall season. Thank you so much Libby Page for joining us! Take a listen, read the book.…
 
November 23, 1936 was a good day for recorded music. Two men – an ocean apart – sat before a microphone and began to play. One was a cello prodigy who had performed for the Queen of Spain; the other played guitar and was a regular in the juke joints of the Mississippi Delta. But on this day 75 years ago, Pablo Casals and Robert Johnson both mad ...…
 
Viola Drath and Albrecht Muth's union was labeled "The Worst Marriage in Georgetown" in a NYT magazine article, written a a year after Drath's lifeless body was found by Muth on their bathroom floor. At first Drath's death wasn't considered suspicious. She was 91 after all, soon the house of cards Muth so carefully constructed came crashing dow ...…
 
In this episode we try out Swivl's newest product Synth, discuss some upcoming class collaborations, book recs, library hacks, and community engagement opportunities.
 
Our second podcast, This is Love, is back. We’re sharing this first episode with Criminal listeners - we hope you like it. If you want to hear more, subscribe to This is Love in Apple Podcasts or wherever you listen. Learn more at www.thisislovepodcast.com
 
We chronicle the epic struggle to get drugs that treat very rare diseases on the market, and the unintended consequence of that fight, which affected the cost of all kinds of drugs. This is a strange story that involves a hit 70s TV show, a fake march on Washington, a courageous advocate, a carnival concessions wholesaler, and a new drug law th ...…
 
For this four-part series, Bill speaks with Becky Brasington Clark, the head of the Library of Congress’ publishing office and Carol Saller, chief copyeditor of the Sixteenth Edition of the Chicago Manual of Style. Their conversation weaves together the mission of publishing at the Library of Congress and the ethical and moral considerations th ...…
 
Staff from Gwinnett County Public Library talk about their experiences at the Georgia Libraries Conference in October 2018 in Columbus, GA.
 
Newly released books are highlighted by Dr. Craig Kubic, Dean of Libraries and Robert Burgess, Digital Resources Librarian. Host is Jill Botticelli, Archivist/Special Collections Librarian.
 
Deep in the hidden archives of Harvard’s Houghton Library are the butter stained recipes of Emily Dickinson. Who knew? Emily Dickinson was better known by most as a baker than a poet in her lifetime. In this story a beautiful line up of “Keepers”— dedicated archivists, librarians, historians, Thornton Wilder, Patti Smith, and more—lead us throu ...…
 
Deep in the hidden archives of Harvard’s Houghton Library are the butter stained recipes of Emily Dickinson. Who knew? Emily Dickinson was better known by most as a baker than a poet in her lifetime. In this story a beautiful line up of “Keepers”— dedicated archivists, librarians, historians, Thornton Wilder, Patti Smith, and more—lead us throu ...…
 
"Tarkin's Top Shelf" welcomes the author of Star Wars: Women of the Galaxy, Amy Ratcliffe to the show! In this episode, Mark, and Becca sit-down with Amy Ratcliffe and talk Star Wars. They discuss the early concept of Star Wars: Women of the Galaxy, the beginning stages of "setting the stage," matching the illustration artistry with literary de ...…
 
Hero's Journey with Mark Stratton. Mark explains the most important story basis in history. Plus it's importance through every day life and pop culture like Avengers, The Matrix, Wonder Woman and more. Find this episode here or past episodes at deathbyfoui.com. This episode brought to you by Gord's Smoke Shop in Red Deer. And the Plumbineers, R ...…
 
This week, the unholy and very awkward truth about being a Catholic School Girl. The Mortified Podcast is a proud member of Radiotopia from PRX. Listen to all episodes at getmortified.com. This episode is made possible with the support of Greats, Simple Contacts & Nectar.
 
Why do we need a black box? If we expect accountability and accuracy and we want to make sure that money is going to the right people, we need to eliminate that box and introduce a level of transparency
 
Dr Barbara Blackburn talks with me today about her book, Rigor and Differentiation in the Classroom: Tools and Strategies. (2019, Taylor & Francis) Barbara has dedicated her life to raising the level of rigor and motivation for professional educators and students alike. She is a Top 30 Global Guru in Education, has taught early childhood, eleme ...…
 
Jennifer Segal is the classically trained chef and busy mom behind Once Upon A Chef, a popular cooking blog where she uses tips and tricks learned in culinary school to create tested and perfected recipes for the often hectic family life. This year Jenn made the transition from cooking blogger to cookbook author with the Once Upon A Chef cookbo ...…
 
Earlier this week, my friend George Couros wrote a wonderful post about seeing the value in balance and it had me thinking about the role of balance in creativity and teaching. Years ago, my friend Wayne gave me some great advice about balance and self-care. Although this was about the non-profit world, I think it pertains to teaching as well. ...…
 
The focus shifts to Shirley's experiences as a child and the impact the death of her kittens has on her ability to cope with death. After she finds five seemingly abandoned kittens in an out building, her attempts at replacing their mother fail through no fault of hers. However, it's her mother's handling of the situation that raises a number o ...…
 
For 2018, average annual salary for men in publishing rose slightly to $87,000. However, average annual salary for women is only $60,000—a $27,000 gap.
 
Lydia Pinkham was one of the most recognizable women of the 1800's. Her visage peered from the boxes of Vegetable Compound she created to cure female troubles. She was also one of the first women to experience the trolling of men who took great pains to criticize her hair, her smile, her existence. Strange Country co-hosts Beth and Kelly discus ...…
 
A reality tv producer travels to a small Texas town to find a man who can perform miracles. But there’s no such thing as miracles... right? Written by Louis Kornfeld, and produced by Jonathan Mitchell. Our associate producer is Davy Gardner. http://thetruthpodcast.com
 
It’s close to midnight and something evil’s lurking in the dork… In NERD DEGREE: MONSTER MASH the nerds go on an undead excursion to the garden of ghoulish delights. They’ll be (grave)digging monstrous facts, tearing the guts out of much-loved horror classics, and seeing who lasts til dawn, all in the hope of taking home the greatest prize of a ...…
 
It’s hard to overstate just how important record album art was to music in the days before people downloaded everything. Visuals were a key part of one's experience with a record or tape or CD. The design of the album cover created a first impression of what was to come. Album art was certainly important to reporter Sean Cole, one particular al ...…
 
The Night Wolves are a Russian biker gang. Their rallies and bike shows run on state TV and Putin gave members medals for their contributions to the annexation of Crimea. The Kremlin outsources violence, propaganda, and intelligence gathering to groups like the Night Wolves because it supports the intentioned ambiguity of Non-Linear Warfare. Tr ...…
 
"Tarkin's Top Shelf" discusses the symbolism of fire and its relevance in Star Wars Lore. Mark and Becca welcome Michael Moreci, a Star Wars comics writer, and novelist to the show to join them on their journey through fire walking and innocent until proven guilty in Star Wars. During their discussion, they not only dissect specific scenes acro ...…
 
I chat to Phil Gorman, @philbgorman Technical Services Librarian at the House of Commons Library about working in law libraries, implementing Library Management Systems, the pain of combining a full-time job with studying for a library qualification, drifting in and out of CPD activities, and whether Chartership is really worth the bother...…
 
Big Boi is a rapper from Atlanta. When he was a teenager, he and Andre 3000 formed OutKast, and went on to sell over 25 million records and win six Grammys. He’s released three solo albums, including Boomiverse, which came out in 2017. In this episode, Big Boi breaks down a song from that album called “Order of Operations.” songexploder.net/big-boi…
 
The Memory Palace is a proud member of Radiotopia, from PRX, a curated network of extraordinary, story-driven shows. Learn more and donate to help keep this show and the other Radiotopia shows thrive at Radiotopia.fm Notes * There are a gajillion things that you can and should read about this period. I’m almost loathe to tell you where to begin ...…
 
It's November and we are ready for elections, Thanksgiving, and all of the good things that are coming our way! But before we get into all of that, join us as we talk about tech woes, new shows, and books/podcasts you should know. That's right - we are rhyming now.
 
S3: Episode 15- The Go Vote Episode! Welcome back to Season 3- Episode 15 of the Gateway Geeks Podcast -The Go Vote Episode! This time we start off in familiar territory with the new Halloween movie, The Haunting of Hill House, The First Purge, and then descend into politics. November 6 is voting day. You should vote! Now your hosts, Aaron and ...…
 
For this four-part series, Bill speaks with Becky Brasington Clark, the head of the Library of Congress’ publishing office and Carol Saller, chief copyeditor of the Sixteenth Edition of the Chicago Manual of Style. Their conversation weaves together the mission of publishing at the Library of Congress and the ethical and moral considerations th ...…
 
Ever feel like the adults in the room aren’t acting like grownups? This week, the ridiculous ways teenagers decide to stick it to the man. Mortified is a proud member of Radiotopia from PRX. Listen to all eps at getmortified.com. This week, Mortified is supported by our Everlane and Bombas.
 
Setting policy is one thing. But if your own line manager doesn’t understand or doesn’t interpret these things in the way the company intends, then your own experience is very, very different from others around you.
 
Why did you change your name? And why did you choose the name you chose? Listeners answer these two questions. Hear their stories of gender identity, family fallouts, marriages, divorces, doxxing, cults, and…just not liking your given name very much. Find more about this episode at http://theallusionist.org/name-changers. This episode is part o ...…
 
I’m sitting in front of the computer blinking, ready to press the “submit” button; knowing that if I missed this problem, the progress bar will drop down another 25% and I’ll spend half an hour trying to get back up to where I was. At this point, I have spent well over ninety minutes on a lesson that’s meant to last twenty to forty-five minutes ...…
 
Season opener State of the Union. Find the episode here or past episodes at deathbyfoui.com. This episode brought to you by Gord's Smoke Shop in Red Deer. And the Plumbineers, Red Deer's honest and fair plumbers
 
We visited New York City to hear from a variety of publishers about their upcoming titles, and we’re here to share some of our favorites, as well as likely candidates for library collections, against a backdrop of rustling paper!
 
In this interview Rachel Rooney talks about her collection My Life as a Goldfish and her latest book A Kid in My Class.
 
A podcast from the Glenview Public Library
 
Moving out of our science fiction and fantasy comfort zone, we take a look at the Netflix horror series The Haunting of Hill House. In this pilot episode we meet the five Crain children as the story alternates between their present lives as adults and the horrifying experiences they weathered as children at Hill House. Something to do with thei ...…
 
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