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Night Reads is a no-frills, no-thrills calming podcast to fall asleep to or to just relax your brain. In this podcast, I read rare, obscure, and sometimes common books and stories from the public domain, listeners, or other sources with occasional tangents, facts, and commentary. So tuck yourself in and let me help you drift off to dreamland.
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This podcast begins with a fantasy story for young people. This high adventure story is followed by child friendly tales, original and classic! From Simon Brooks, who also reads from Kipling, Lear, R.L. Stevenson and others in the public domain!
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Through personal recordings of the original radio broadcasts, the history of America's favorite pastime is retold, one classic game at a time. Relive key moments, historical hits, and the legends of today taking to the field when they were at the peak of their career. Add Classic Baseball radio to any podcast app or service; just copy "tinyurl.com/baseballpod" into the "Add RSS Feed" of the app. (All recordings are pre-1973 and are in the public domain under the US Copyright Act 1909).
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Each week Drift Off welcomes you with a soft melodic voice that will help you fall asleep to classic stories from the public domain. Every episode begins with a brief relaxation to help you settle in, followed by the bedtime reading. Accompanying the calming narration is a soft melody thoughtfully chosen to complement the storytelling. A harmonious blend perfectly designed to lull you to sleep.
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Tired but can't fall asleep? Here I do my best to find interesting stories from the public domain and read them to you until you fall asleep. The stories are mostly folktales from around the world. Best listened to during work, during commutes, when you are trying to fall asleep, or any time that you need a calm friend to read to you. Enjoy! All of my links can be found here~ https://linktr.ee/Sandmanstoriespresents
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Gridiron America Radio is where football is celebrated through game replays, old radio shows, and documentaries in the public domain that cover the history, remembrances, culture, lore, and legends of pro football in Canada, America and around the world. Additionally, you can also find replays of the "From the 55 Yard Line" podcast on The Sports History Network, as well as simulcasts of Gridiron Japan Radio, and replays of USFL America Radio, and XFL America Radio public domain game broadcasts.
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I play a variety of Old Time Radio shows (OTR) from the golden age of Radio. I use my vast library and select dramas, comedy, science fiction and theater radio shows. Feel free to download, like and share about the pod. Commercials do not equate to endorsements. Politically incorrect portions are not intended to offend anyone. All shows are in the public domain. Enjoy. Over 430,000 Downloads and Counting. #OTR, #oldtimeradio, OTR, Old Time Radio, Golden Age of Radio. https://www.youtube.com/ ...
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1001 Radio Crime Solvers
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1001 Radio Crime Solvers

Host Jon Hagadorn. All stories in public domain.

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Welcome to 1001 Radio Crime Solvers - where you can enjoy the best radio detective stories from the golden age of radio. This was a time when TV was still in its infancy and radio was in its creative heyday- using top writers and top talent to capture huge audiences, and shows featuring hard boiled detectives like Sam Spade, Richard Diamond, Philip Marlowe, and Johnny Dollar competed for prime time with mental sleuths like Agatha Christie's Hercule Poirot, G.K. Chesterton's Father Brown, and ...
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StoryStream
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StoryStream

Henrik Lindegaard Jensen

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StoryStream, tells stories from know´n writers, as H.C. Andersen, and Charles Dickens,this just some few of them. I load them as quick as i can but it´s a big work to read them up and tell for you, so please be patient The Stories are told of Henrik Lindegaard Jensen. All the books i read are in Public Domain, and are Classic Books. Kind regards Henrik Lindegaard Jensen
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Do you have trouble drifting off to sleep? My mission is simple. To help you relax, put the stressful day behind you and drift off to sleep. In every episode, I will read an old story in the public domain. So lie down, settle into your pillow, close your eyes, and let me read you a story to help you sleep. Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
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By day, I narrate audiobooks; by night.....well, I can't seem to stop! Here's where I share fiction chosen from the public domain, or sent to me by authors for this purpose, one chapter at a time. I'm usually using it to implement my latest coaching session, fiddle with my tech settings, or just happily read to myself in the safety of my padded box. I post the link to the manuscript I'm using in each chapter description just in case you'd like to read along. I don't proof these like I would ...
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Public Risk Management
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Public Risk Management

Public Risk Management Association (PRIMA)

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Delve into the public sector risk management domain with PRIMA's Risk Management Podcast Series. This innovative, time-efficient, educational resource is designed to afford risk management professionals the opportunity to learn-on-the-go! Listen to PRIMA podcasts to remain cognizant of important issues affecting the public risk management community!
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Conversations with scholars on recent books in Political Theory and Social and Political Philosophy. This podcast is not affiliated with the University of Houston, and no opinions expressed on this podcast are that of the University of Houston. Image: Jean Jacques Rousseau (1712–1778), After a model by Jean Antoine Houdon (French, Versailles 1741–1828 Paris), in the public domain courtesy of the Metropolitan Museum of Art
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The podcast consists of short excerpt readings from classic world literature in the public domain. It also includes insightful background information and tidbits about the various novels. The authors featured include Ernest Hemingway, F. Scott Fitzgerald, Mark Twain, Sun Tzu, Charles Dickens, Louisa May Alcott, Lewis Carroll, Edgar Allan Poe and many more. The podcast has listeners throughout the United States and in over 30 nations.
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Science communicators Ella Hubber, Tom Lum, and Caroline Roper share anything and everything interesting! Each episode they teach each other about a science topic, answer a question, and learn about a miscellaneous topic. Whether it's bugs on drugs, temporal illusions, or reality tv, there's so much out there, so let's learn everything! Join our Discord, email us, and follow us everywhere at https://www.LetsLearnEverythingPod.com
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The Vanguard is a Table Top RPG podcast using the Mutants and Masterminds 3rd Edition rule set. The game is a mostly lighthearted story about low tier superheroes joining an organization called the Vanguard in Major City. The game and podcast will follow their careers starting at the very bottom tier of the organization -where they go from there is up to the players. Ending Music By James, Sawlead on soundcloud Everything Else - Public domain Note: We have music and sound effects now! As a d ...
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Masterpiece Theatre meets Mystery Science Theater 3000 in a podcast of highbrow readings and lowbrow commentary. Comedians Kelly Nugent and Lindsay Katai come together to read aloud classic and not-so-classic literature from the public domain and provide real-time commentary with the help of special guests. Subscribe now to experience the best and worst from the likes of Edgar Allen Poe, Virginia Woolf, Charlotte Perkins Gilman, Sherwood Anderson, Jack London, and many more... no one escapes ...
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Forward Into The Past is a podcast that brings classic tales of suspense, mystery, science fiction, and fiction from the public domain to the modern listener. Each episode features a full-length story, narrated by host J.C. Rede. The stories featured on Forward Into The Past were originally published in dime novels, story papers, and magazines from the late 1890s to the early 1930s. These stories are a product of their time, and may contain themes, words, and ideas that are no longer conside ...
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H. P. Lovecraft’s name is synonymous with horror fiction. His major inspiration and invention was cosmic horror: the idea that life is incomprehensible to human minds and that the universe is fundamentally alien. This collection contains 24 Lovecraft works that are in the public domain.
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Eighteen short nonfiction works in the public domain, independently chosen by the readers. Topics include philosophy and thought -- Plato, Aristotle, Leonhard Euler, Henri Amiel, and the French Rights of Man; adventure and mystery -- the ascent of Aconcagua and the mystery ship Mary Celeste; science -- a new comet and lichen dyes; portraits of the seasons by Lucy Maud Montgomery: biographies of Charles Dickens and Clara and Robert Schuman; a history of the Transcendental utopia Fruitlands by ...
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Welcome back sleepy listeners :) Tonight, I have a special tale to share with you called ‘The Brave Grenadier' by Henry Beston. This enchanting tale will transport you to an imaginary world of bravery, kindness, and adventure whilst enveloping you in a warm, comforting blanket of relaxation and tranquility. I hope this delightful tale brings you a …
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If you're looking for the greatest baseball dynasty, you have to consider the Alou brothers. Three exceptional ball players—Felipe, Matty and Jesús—hold a joint first as the first 'three brothers on one team' when they all played for the Giants against the Mets on September 10, 1963. Between them, they gather World Series rings, All-Star appearance…
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Can't sleep? Quiet your mind with this short story by F Scott Fitzgerald. A young Russian prince falls in love on a spring evening in France. If you like this episode, please remember to follow on Spotify, Apple Podcasts, or your favourite podcast app. Also, share with any family or friends that might have trouble drifting off. Support the podcast …
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William Gargon starred as Barrie Craig, Private Investigator in the popular NBC radio drama which aired from 1951 to 1955. He was a little more laid back than Sam Spade and some of the others, but the cases he took on were tough. His office was on Madison Ave. Check out the latest new Jack London episode today at 1001 Best of Jack London (links bel…
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In Chapter 5, Gatsby finally gets some time with Daisy, but it's off to a rocky start, with Gatsby even literally fumbling to restore "lost" time over a mantlepiece clock. We also see that Nick wonders if Daisy could ever live up to the dream he has built up in his head over 5 years. Support the show Social Media Links: Patreon - https://www.patreo…
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From the 55 Yardline is part of the Sports History Network - The Headquarters For Sports Yesteryear. EPISODE SUMMARY Howie Mooney from the Sports Lunatics Show returns to the 55 Yardline to chat with Dave and Greg about his latest book, "More Crazy Days and Wild Nights" in which he again regals readers with more outlandish and detailed detailed sto…
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From the 55 Yardline is part of the Sports History Network - The Headquarters For Sports Yesteryear. EPISODE SUMMARY Howie Mooney from the Sports Lunatics Show returns to the 55 yardline to chat with Dave and Greg about his latest book, "More Crazy Days and Wild Nights" in which he again regals readers with more outlandish and detailed detailed sto…
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When I first moved to the States, my wife (then fiancée) and I moved in with my cousin Heidi and her husband Ken, just outside of Portland, Oregon. It was a lot of fun living with them for the short time we were there before finding our own place. Heidi is brilliant, and Ken loves nature and has all sorts of 'witticisms', like drool whip for whippe…
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Feeling stressed? Relax tonight with The Lady with the Dog by Anton Chekhov, a short story to help you fall asleep. First published in 1899, this story unfolds the relationship between a cynical, older, married man and a young, married woman while vacationing in Yalta. It is considered, by some, to be the greatest short story ever written. If you l…
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The Vanquishers unite Major City against Paradigm and work to solve a mystery that began when they entered the very first time entered the Vanguard tower. Can our heroes overcome a man who has never know defeat or will they end up just another pile of dust in this final session of The Vanguard?By Sloth
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#panchatantra #india #folktale In the last story, we heard about a man who saved some animals and was repaid, but when he saved a man, things went in another direction. In this story, we learn about a flea and a bedbug who have a hard time sharing a bed. In the second story, Victor warns Lively about Rusty's supposed plans to eat him. Source: ⁠Panc…
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How have human beings evolved, and how could we evolve in the future? And what are some famous first messages, and what can we learn from looking at them? Images we Talk About: Telegram First Record Image Second Record Image Other Record Images Tom's Ingenuity Comic Support us with a Max Fun Membership! Join our Discord! Timestamps: (00:00:00) Intr…
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William Gargon starred as Barrie Craig, Private Investigator in the popular NBC radio drama which aired from 1951 to 1955. He was a little more laid back than Sam Spade and some of the others, but the cases he took on were tough. His office was on Madison Ave. Check out the latest new Jack London episode today at 1001 Best of Jack London (links bel…
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