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Named a "prophet of British imperialism" by the young George Orwell, and born in Bombay, India, Rudyard Kipling had perhaps the clearest contemporary eye of any who described the British Raj. According to critic Douglas Kerr: "He is still an author who can inspire passionate disagreement and his place in literary and cultural history is far from settled. But as the age of the European empires recedes, he is recognised as an incomparable, if controversial, interpreter of how empire was experi ...
 
Real men don’t take guff from snotty kids. Neither does Disko Troop, skipper of the “We’re Here”, a fishing schooner out of Gloucester, Massachusetts, when his crew fishes Harvey Cheyne out of the Atlantic. There’s no place on the Grand Banks for bystanders, so Harvey is press-ganged into service as a replacement for a man lost overboard and drowned. Harvey is heir to a vast fortune, but his rescuers believe none of what he tells them of his background. Disko won’t take the boat to port unti ...
 
Robin Kermode reads his favourite children's stories. All the stories are about kindness and forgiveness in some form. Robin Kermode, is an actor, best selling author, leading Communication Coach, popular keynote speaker, body language expert, media commentator, and the author of THE ESSENTIAL PUBLIC SPEAKING MASTERCLASS. His podcast, THE ART OF COMMUNICATION, has over 20,000 listeners. For more information visit: www.robinkermode.com
 
Written originally for his own children, Rudyard Kipling's Just So Stories have continued to delight generations of youngsters since they were first published in 1902. The thirteen stories collected in this book are meant for very young children, but they engage older kids and adults too with their charming conversational style and simple plot lines. These stories are typical examples of the “origin” story, where children are provided with imaginative rather than practical explanations for t ...
 
Dark Softly Tales is a weekly podcast of horror, suspense and dark fantasy stories (mostly) written, produced and narrated by Mav Skye. The podcast will host dark fiction by guest authors and occasional interviews. Eventually, we will add additional weekly episode of true tales of the supernatural and fantastic.
 
Present day readers live in a world that's emerged from the Cold War and the endless rivalry of the Super Powers but this book goes back and traces the origins of the conflict and mutual antagonism between nations. Kim by Rudyard Kipling is set against the background of the Great Game as it was called the tug-of-war between Britain and Russia for the control of Central Asia. The novel's action takes place during the Anglo-Afghan Wars of 1839-42. The novel's sweeping narrative, the depth of c ...
 
Originally written for his young daughter Josephine, who died tragically aged six, The Jungle Book by Rudyard Kipling is a collection of short stories which were published separately in magazines before being compiled into a book. The stories are in the form of fables, where animals communicate and speak to each other as humans do and the purpose of each story was to convey a moral or message to the reader. Modern readers would be more familiar with the Disney animated version in which Mowgl ...
 
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Something is happening in the world of men: a global awakening, a time of rediscovery, a rebirth. Men around the world are drawing on the best of masculinity from all of time to redefine what it means to be a man, on their terms. The Renaissance of Men explores this global phenomenon, the men making it happen, the men benefiting from it, and how all men can transform themselves by participating in this unique historical moment.
 
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Extruding America

Gerard Armbruster and Stetson Tudd

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Won't you join me, Gerard Armbruster, as every week we take a wrong turn off life's interstate, and discover the straight story about the bend in the road, where nestle the small towns with big characters, to tug on the common thread that unravels the hand-me-down sweater of our national zeitgeist, and extrudes the truths of our lives. Perennial favorite: Postcard from Battersea, with Stetson Tudd.
 
A collection of essays on 19th century novelists, both famous ones and those largely forgotten now. Among the writers presented most wrote in English, but three foreign authors are also discussed. Phelps taught a course on novels at a university and he added to those biographical essays some of his ideas about the importance of novels in the process of teaching about literature. (Summary by Piotr Nater)
 
Classic Poetry Aloud gives voice to poetry through podcast recordings of the great poems of the past. Our library of poems is intended as a resource for anyone interested in reading and listening to poetry. For us, it's all about the listening, and how hearing a poem can make it more accessible, as well as heightening its emotional impact. See more at: www.classicpoetryaloud.com
 
I've always wondered what it takes to make our dreams come true. How do we move from having a dream to becoming the dream? I have dedicated my life to understanding how to make our dreams possible. I have learned from my mentors, studied the scriptures, read hundreds of books and attended several seminars in the quest of finding the secret sauce to making our dreams come true. I am here to share them with you in this podcast. I want to go on the journey of my commitment to personal developme ...
 
You can’t sleep. Even worse? You can’t stay asleep. 7 million Americans suffer from a lack of sleep, for some, it's temporary for others it’s an ongoing problem. The Stop the Insomnia Now podcast is an effective answer to your sleep problems. Because of our experience with advanced relaxation techniques, our team has crafted these unique and exclusive isochronic enhanced audio tracks and guided meditations to help you fall asleep fast and stay asleep longer. The Stop the Insomnia Now Podcast ...
 
The Author Gilbert Keith Chesterton was born in London, England on the 29th of May, 1874. Though he considered himself a mere “rollicking journalist,” he was actually a prolific and gifted writer in virtually every area of literature. A man of strong opinions and enormously talented at defending them, his exuberant personality nevertheless allowed him to maintain warm friendships with people–such as George Bernard Shaw and H. G. Wells–with whom he vehemently disagreed. Chesterton had no diff ...
 
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Nothing New: A Remake Podcast is hosted by Andrew Linde and Justin Quizon. Guest Joe Meyers hosts The Podcast Macabre and It's On My List and can be found on Twitter (@ThatJoeMeyers) and Instagram (ThatJoeMeyers). 00:06:44 - Psycho (1960) 01:07:08 - Psycho (1998) Our Patreon: Patreon.com/NothingNew Follow us on Twitter: Andrew - @PodcasterAndrew Ju…
 
“Think of having boiling lead poured into your brain. Think of it. She was dead before she could scream.” Does that make you shiver? Me, too. Listen on to Part Two of F. Marion Crawford's The Screaming Skull. I talk a little about the life of Crawford. The quote I mention in the podcast is below. “The great law of division became clear to him—the s…
 
An old sea captain shares a tale of murder and revenge with a supernatural twist in The Screaming Skull by the fantastic F. Marion Crawford. This is the first part of three. Music: Air of Mystery by Manuel Ochoa Watch Edgar Allan Poe's The Raven on Youtube: https://youtu.be/sisvA_gcijY In the mood for reading? Check out Mav’s books on Amazon: https…
 
# Thanks to all my listeners for an incredible first year! # Ryan Michler is the host and founder of the Order of Man podcast and movement, and one of my greatest teachers in the Renaissance of Men. From him I’ve learned about podcasting, consistency, and high achievement. But I’ve also found that he’s one of the deepest and most nuanced thinkers a…
 
We celebrate our 100th episode with a gothic classic from the “saintly days of yorn.” The Raven by Edgar Allan Poe is a chilling piece of literature that has captured imaginations for over 175 years. Listen and dream darkly. I made storybook style YouTube video for The Raven. Feel free to watch at: https://youtu.be/sisvA_gcijY Music: Private reflec…
 
Dr Warren Farrell is a political scientist, educator, and bestselling author of The Myth of Male Power and The Boy Crisis. He defected from the heights of the feminist movement, the National Organization for Women in the 1970's, and at great personal cost he set out an adventure to share the truths that he knew about men, women, and families. The F…
 
Welcome to the Waste land, a place where nothing survives except the grief of dreams. Fun little fact: Madison Julius Cawein's poem Waste Land was published in a journal that TS Eliot was reading at the time and most likely inspired his own version of The Waste Land, published a few years later. Music: That Impossible Last Breath by Da Sein Welcome…
 
President Anthony “Dream” Johnson is the Host and Founder of the 21Convention and 21Studios. Fifteen years ago at age 18 he started a meetup group, that became a conference, then a convention, then three conventions—some around the world—and now a summit. Along the way he had the idea of filming the men who spoke at his events and releasing their t…
 
Silence is like a canvas for sound to glide across, and no one shows this better than Robert Frost’s dark, moody prose where wind calls to window flowers, dead leaves creep along the forest floor amongst graves. Eventually we end up where death has pressed his cold fingers, and a couple have a difficult conversation about grief and the death of the…
 
TJ Reeves is a neuroscientist, athlete, psychedelic adventurer, and the founder of a startup called Acts Decentralized Real Estate. His company aims to help large communities of people source, purchase, and develop packages of land, so that can begin moving off-grid and establish sovereignty. Even the name Acts is inspired by the biblical book of A…
 
Alison Armstrong is an internationally acclaimed educator and expert on understanding men, women, and relationships. She’s also the bestselling author of “The Queen’s Code.” Yes, the Renaissance of Men podcast is about men and masculinity, but in her book, Alison writes, “To know men is to love them.” To me, that earns her a seat at the table. Beca…
 
"The cruellest lies are often told in silence." Robert Louis Stevenson delivers an interesting viewpoint on silence, expression and speech. After our several weeks of reading through The Strange Case of Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde, I thought the Dark Softly Tales audience would enjoy Stevenson's viewpoint in The Truth of Intercourse. Music: Sublimation…
 
Celebrated British author Rudyard Kipling (1865-1936) is the author of one of the best-known and most beloved poems in the world, “If.” Kipling writes in plain language, about situations and scenarios that we can recognize, even if they aren't familiar to us from our everyday experience. He explains how being a Man is a result of decisive action, n…
 
They say the devil spins the best yarns. Edgar Allan Poe puts that theory to the test in his chilling short story, Silence—A Fable. Music: Something Darker by Spectacles Wallet and Watch Welcome to the Dark Softly Tales Summer Bite series, our theme this year is silence. The summer kicks off in Episode 88. Tune in every week where we bring you bite…
 
Jeff Liboiron is a martial artist, voice over performer, fiction and non-fiction author, and most recently, poet. It was his poetry that brought him to my attention. His writing is vivid, brutal, and real. It revels in graphic violence, blades and flowing blood, dark skies, screams, and steel. And the celebration of a crumbling empire's final, fata…
 
Rudyard Kipling leads us into another form of silence within the bounds of the jungle where elephants run for their freedom and metamorphosis turns worms into butterflies in Episode 95: Stars in the Rifts. Music: Is by Sandra Marteleur Welcome to the Dark Softly Tales Summer Bite series, our theme this year is silence. The summer kicks off in Episo…
 
Nothing New: A Remake Podcast is hosted by Andrew Linde and Justin Quizon. Earl Baylon is a voice actor who you can find on Twitter (@EarlyBGoode) and Twitch (EarlyBGoode). 00:05:49 - G.I. Joe: The Movie (1987) 01:02:13 - G.I. Joe: The Rise of Cobra (2009) Our Patreon: Patreon.com/NothingNew Follow us on Twitter: Andrew - @PodcasterAndrew Justin - …
 
Listen in this week as Edgar Lee Masters explores the silence spaces between young and old, country and city, war and peace, man and woman and all the vastness between life and death. Music: Closer to Home - Spectacles Wallet and Watch Welcome to the Dark Softly Tales Summer Bite series, our theme this year is silence. The summer kicks off in Episo…
 
Silence, sorrow, struggle, shadows, what does it all mean? Where do we fit in? Let Dark Softly Tales take you on a journey through the quiet thoughts of the beautiful mind of Kahlil Gibran. Music: Lonely Space Rhodes by Eneide Welcome to the Dark Softly Tales Summer Bite series, our theme this year is silence. The summer kicks off in Episode 88. Tu…
 
The greek root of the word Apocalypse means to reveal or uncover knowledge. Lets uncover the sound of silence through Madison Julius Cawein's stunning words of shadow and light. The five poems of his I narrate today in very specific order are: Quiet Abandoned At sunset Apocalypse After Long Grief Music: Hovercraft by _91nova Welcome to the Dark Sof…
 
Let Dark Softly Tales guide you into Edgar Allan Poe's Dream-Land, where you'll discover silence inside a Dream within a Dream. Music by Inside Light Ray Vorton Welcome to the Dark Softly Tales Summer Bite series, our theme this year is silence. The summer kicks off in Episode 88. Tune in every week where we bring you bite size pieces of fiction un…
 
This week we take a walk in TS Eliot's dream kingdom under a twinkling of a fading star in The Hollow Men followed by Wait without Hope. Music: Take a Break by AG Music Welcome to the Dark Softly Tales Summer Bite series, our theme this year is silence. The summer kicks off in Episode 88. Tune in every week where we bring you bite size pieces of fi…
 
Nothing New: A Remake Podcast is hosted by Andrew Linde and Justin Quizon. 00:01:30 - Point Break (1991) 01:00:58 - Point Break (2015) Our Patreon: Patreon.com/NothingNew Follow us on Twitter: Andrew - @PodcasterAndrew Justin - @JustinQuizon The show - @NothingNewPod And on Instagram: NothingNewPodBy Andrew Linde & Justin Quizon
 
I turned a poem I wrote into a song called, "What Does the Silence Sound Like to You?" I hope you all enjoy it. ;-) Write and let me know at darksoftlytales@gmail.com. We'll be back next week with our Summer Bites program. Welcome to the Dark Softly Tales Summer Bite series, our theme this year is silence. The summer kicks off in Episode 88. Tune i…
 
MT White is the author of the essential new fiction book CONTENT. It's a thrilling story that many of you may be able to relate to, about a young man living overseas who finds his way into an online community where all is not what it seems. It's an examination about what happens when you take appealing, but bad ideas to the extreme, how we all get …
 
Our program diverges from the norm this week. I introduce the theme for the Summer Bite series and my experience with the silence within. Next week, we'll kick off the series with Mav Skye's creation-song-poem-THING called "What Does the Silence Sound Like to You?" Regular program will start again in the fall. Music: Ethereal Evening by Luca Franci…
 
We out some 2 hz isochronic tones behind this premium White Noise and discovered a really powerful sleeping potion. Try it and we hope it works for you as it does for us. May a good night sleep be in our future. Do not use headphones, just play through any stereo speakers. Please do not drive or do anything that requires your attention. This track …
 
“There comes an end to all things; the most capacious measure is filled at last; and this brief condescension to my evil finally destroyed the balance of my soul.” ~ Robert Louis Stevenson sums up the story’s finale so perfectly. If you are new to the program, be sure to head back to Eps 78 where we begin our tale of The Strange Case of Dr. Jekyll …
 
When I started this conversation series with my friend Jonathan West of the Being Husband Podcast, I went in without expectations. I just knew that much like men and women, black people and white people have lived together in America for a long time. But also like men and women, it seems like black people and white people don't know much about each…
 
The end draws nigh as Jekyll struggles with the duality of his soul. He confesses with the most delightful phrases ~ “the animal within me licking the chops of memory.” Come take a listen as we continue The Strange Case of Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde by Robert Louis Stevenson. Music: Dark Times by Kevin Macleod If you are craving more audio stories, ch…
 
We are not sure why or how, but listening to someone chant Om 108 times will bore you to sleep. Then you add isochronic tones at 2 hz, and you will be asleep before they get to 15. This track has deep isochronic tones, so make sure you are not driving or doing anything that requires your attention, as if you listen to this, you will very likely fal…
 
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