Best Virginia Woolf podcasts we could find (Updated April 2019)
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Virginia Woolf is one of the most influential and controversial feminine figures in the literary life of the London society. Night and Day is one of her first novels published in 1919 which displays the moral and spiritual issues that people confront. The author herself was an emotionally unstable person, her episodes of mental illness and suicidal depression being recurrent and always brought into the public attention. The novel revolves around the life of the main character, Katherine Hilb ...
 
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 ...
 
A podcast about single feminist living in Dublin. Expect abortion stigma smashing, deconstructions of pop cultural portrayals of single women, Virginia Woolf, cats, Tinder horror stories, discussions of emotional labour, feminist book recommendations, and all things single ladies.
 
The Voyage Out is the first novel by Virginia Woolf, published in 1915 by Duckworth; and published in the U.S. in 1920 by Doran. One of Woolf's wittiest social satires.Rachel Vinrace embarks for South America on her father's ship and is launched on a course of self-discovery in a kind of modern mythical voyage. The mismatched jumble of passengers provide Woolf with an opportunity to satirize Edwardian life. The novel introduces Clarissa Dalloway, the central character of Woolf's later novel, ...
 
Adeline Virginia Woolf was an English author, essayist, publisher, and writer of short stories, regarded as one of the foremost modernist literary figures of the twentieth century. During the interwar period, Woolf was a significant figure in London literary society and a member of the Bloomsbury Group. Her most famous works include the novels Mrs. Dalloway (1925), To the Lighthouse (1927), and Orlando (1928), and the book-length essay A Room of One's Own (1929), with its famous dictum, "A w ...
 
The novel centres, in a very ambiguous way, around the life story of the protagonist Jacob Flanders, and is presented entirely by the impressions other characters have of Jacob [except for those times when we do indeed get Jacob's perspective]. Thus, although it could be said that the book is primarily a character study and has little in the way of plot or background, the narrative is constructed as a void in place of the central character, if indeed the novel can be said to have a 'protagon ...
 
Night and Day (1919) is a novel by Virginia Woolf. Set in Edwardian London, Night and Day contrasts the daily lives of two friends, Katharine Hilbery and Mary Datchet. The novel examines the relationships between love, marriage, happiness, and success. (Wikipedia)
 
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Something True brings you incredible and bizarre true stories from the footnotes of history. A dog in the United States Cabinet? A leading rocket scientist who quit his job to make a moonchild? Virginia Woolf donning blackface to prank a navy? They're all true. They're all Something True.
 
In the last century which women writers have truly challenged the existing forms of literature? How did they make their voices heard using brand new techniques and styles? For centuries there have been women writers who have changed the face of literature, but we tend to talk of their lives and work in very certain terms. This series of video-slideshows reveals how writing and reputation are often forged in transition, uncertainty and change. In these 4 films we re-examine the lives, work an ...
 
We talk about stories. An irregular group of readers including Cezary Baraniecki, Laura Davis-Chanin, Nathaniel Hanks and guests. One selected work of fiction is read for a discussion about what is going on in the book. ��We are joined every episode with wonderful guests. *Spoiler ALARM*
 
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Something True brings you incredible and bizarre true stories from the footnotes of history. A dog in the United States Cabinet? A leading rocket scientist who quit his job to make a moonchild? Virginia Woolf donning blackface to prank a navy? They're all true. They're all Something True.
 
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Look inside the daily diary of a creative person; to get tips, tricks and inspiration for that book kicking around your head. Some are frantic night-owls, others roll out of bed into their desks, and a few lock themselves away for days in the woods - but none have a regular 9 to 5, and we'll find out how they've managed it. SILVER (BEST CULTURE) - British Podcast Awards 2018
 
I’m Mallory Kasdan: writer, voice actor and mom, and I’m podcasting with with Moms I’d Like (to) Know. My guests are sharp, groovy women, passionate about art, culture, career and mothering. We want to talk about NOT having it all. Not even close. Become a supporter of this podcast:https://anchor.fm/milk-podcast-getting-in-there-with-moms-id-like-to-know/support
 
The bi-weekly podcast where Tim and Palmer take a look at every OSCARS® Best Picture Nominee from years past. Did the Academy pick the right film? Our hosts will decide.
 
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Tune in to listen to the soothing sound of Miss Vallene's voice as she reads from a hand-picked selection of her favorite short stories, from the macabre to the whimsical. Authors featured include H.P. Lovecraft, Virginia Woolf, James Joyce, and more.
 
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Meanjin publishes essays, fiction, memoir and poetry. Narratives is our new monthly podcast, with each episode featuring a Meanjin author reading their work.
 
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“Great minds discuss idea; average minds discuss events; small minds discuss people.” This podcast is for ideas people. And, of course, book people.In each (short) episode I take an idea or quote from a book I’ve read and figure out how it can be applied to normal, daily life.Get ready to find new books to read, learn new things, collect interesting conversation-starters for the next party you attend, and discover new ways of looking at history, society and life in general.
 
Conversations about New York City theater, mostly beyond Broadway, hosted by Maxamoo's founder, Lindsay Barenz, about what's amazing, what's awful, and what we recommend on stage right now.
 
One of the first books to be published by Leonard & Virginia Woolf's Hogarth Press, Prelude is among Katherine Mansfield's most accomplished stories, inspired by her childhood in New Zealand. (Introduction by iremonger)
 
Far from the Madding Crowd (1874) is Thomas Hardy's fourth novel and offers in ample measure the details of English rural life that Hardy so relished. Hardy's growing taste for tragedy is also evident in the novel. It first appeared, anonymously, as a monthly magazine serial, where it gained a wide readership and critical acclaim. According to Virginia Woolf, "The subject was right; the method was right; the poet and the countryman, the sensual man, the sombre reflective man, the man of lear ...
 
Aphra Behn was the first woman writer in England to make a living by her pen, and her novel Oroonoko was the first work published in English to express sympathy for African slaves. Perhaps based partly on Behn's own experiences living in Surinam, the novel tells the tragic story of a noble slave, Oroonoko, and his love Imoinda. The work was an instant success and was adapted for the stage in 1695 (and more recently by the Royal Shakespeare Company in 1999). Behn's work paved the way for wome ...
 
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"Pointed Roofs" is the first volume of "Pilgrimage," a series of thirteen autobiographical novels by Dorothy Richardson considered to have pioneered the "stream of consciousness" technique of writing. In a review of Pointed Roofs (The Egoist April 1918), May Sinclair first applied the term "stream of consciousness" in her discussion of Richardson's stylistic innovations. Richardson, however, preferred the term "interior monologue." Miriam Henderson, the central character in Pilgrimage, is ba ...
 
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The Farmer's Bride is a collection of 28 poems by British modernist writer Charlotte Mew. The original edition was published in 1916; this edition, published in 1921, contains 11 more poems. Mew's poetry is varied in style and content, but manifests a concern with gender issues throughout. Mew's life was marked by loneliness and depression, and she eventually committed suicide. Her work earned her the admiration of her peers, including Virginia Woolf, who characterized her as "very good and ...
 
Victoria Mary Sackville-West, The Hon Lady Nicolson, best known as Vita Sackville-West, was an English author and poet. Her long narrative poem, The Land, won the Hawthornden Prize in 1927. She won it again, becoming the only writer to do so, in 1933 with her Collected Poems. She helped create her own gardens in Sissinghurst, Kent, which provide the backdrop to Sissinghurst Castle. She was famous for her exuberant aristocratic life, her strong marriage, and her passionate affair with novelis ...
 
This day in literary history from Bill Peschel, author of “Writers Gone Wild” and “The Complete, Annotated Whose Body?”
 
Our Friends Said They'd Listen is one of the two greatest podcasts hosted by David and Ron, who host two great podcasts. We talk about all kinds of movies- especially old and obscure ones. Plus really bad ones that we like for some reason. Nobody wears pants during taping (we thought it was important to include that last part).
 
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David Wolfe, Gareth Kirwan and Stephen Fennessy, former film students and occasional film makers, watch and review one film a week from the IMDb top 250 films of all time. We also discuss what other movies we've been watching lately and touch on the biggest movie news of the week.
 
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Val McDermid is one of the most successful crime authors in the world. Her novels have been translated into 40 languages, they've sold over 15 million copies and show no sign of letting up. She has written procedural crime, cold-case crime, and even penned the first ever 'cynical, socialist, lesbian, feminist journalist'. We talk about how her ...…
 
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Tim and Brian discuss their struggles in trying to finish this massive book. There share parts they liked and lessons they learned.
 
In the latest episode of the Meanjin Narratives podcast, James Curran reads his triptych ‘The Unknown Soldier’, three poignant poems that muse on the Anzacs, distant sacrifice and remembrance.
 
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This installment is affectionately titled "Playing with House Money” and covers one film per year over four years, spanning 2015-2018: -Bridge of Spies (2015) -The BFG (2016) -The Post (2017) -Ready Player One (2018) Email: wlmpodcast@gmail.com Donate: Thanks! Subscribe: Apple Podcasts / Stitcher / Overcast / RSS…
 
Writer Emily Rapp Black joins Mallory in The MILK Studio, to talk about the loss of her son, how her childhood was shaped by physical trauma and disability, and about the concept of resilience. Emily is the author of Poster Child: A Memoir and The Still Point of the Turning World. Her writing has appeared in Vogue, the New York Times, the Bosto ...…
 
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We're back! In Episode 11 we are joined by the wonderful Nem Kearns from Disabled Women Ireland. Nem is an incredible activist, owner of many badges and general legend. We talk about why and how DWI was formed, disability, access, meaningful engagement, sexuality and the ongoing love affair between Nem and the NMLH residents!The photo is Mary # ...…
 
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Twenty years ago today a film was released that caught director Doug Liman, writer John August, and a cast of hot young upstarts at a moment of perfect aesthetic and artistic unanimity. Go wasn’t a big hit at the time and was even dismissed by Leonard Maltin as a “junior Pulp Fiction.” But the film has aged in a lot of fascinating ways over the ...…
 
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MILK Podcast: Moms I'd Like to Know is back for season 2. Host Mallory Kasdan is taking a look at loss and how it seeps into every aspect of motherhood. We're talking about loss of control, loss of self, loss of temper, stories of losing loved ones and how we get through it. It's MILK Podcast: The Loss Season, and it's coming soon. Become a sup ...…
 
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With a BRAVEHEART, Tim & Palmer go aboard APOLLO 13 with BABE (who's not in the city) to knock some SENSE & SENSIBILITY into Il Postino: The Postman. Spoiler: It doesn't go well. Warning: there may be an audio/editing issue -- you have been warned! Twitter @AcademyRewind @TimothyPG13 Support Academy Rewind…
 
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C.L. Taylor has just released her 6th thriller 'Sleep', after having much success in psychological thriller over the last 10 years, even writing YA fiction too. We talk about how she works her story-telling around children, family life and Twitter. Also, we talk about the busiest year of Cally's life, writing a book having just gone back to wor ...…
 
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We’re catching it up and breaking it down this week with a veritable smorgasbord of scintillating topics: -Celebrating the beginning of the season with our favorite baseball movies (00:03:00) -A SPOILER HEAVY litigation of the various interpretations of Jordan Peele’s US (00:14:20) -A preemptive defense of Harmony Korine’s latest ode to hedonis ...…
 
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We have something a bit different for Episode 10! While Mary #2 was off gallivanting in London, Mary #1 sat down with Ber Grogan, independent candidate for NUI panel of Seanad Éireann. Once Mary got over the weirdness of not having Mary #2 there, we had some great chats! Expect housing and single people, pro-choice activism, dating, politics an ...…
 
This month on the ark audio book club the gang discuss the debut short story collection by the author of the viral hit story "Cat Person", Kristen Roupenian, "You Know You Want This". The collection is an exploration of the miscommunicated, frustrated and perverse desires the American middle class. It's funny and uncomfortable reading but does ...…
 
Although she's not a fan of the word, Sarah Pinborough is a prolific author. She's written over 20 books across a wide range of genres, always looking to keep interesting and varied. Her new book, 'Cross Her Heart' takes inspiration from a real-life crime, and tells the story of a group of women all trying to keep their past a secret. It's been ...…
 
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Twenty years ago this week a film came along that not only changed the way that we looked at science fiction, visual effects, and Keanu Reeve’s capacity for star power. It also legitimatized the fetishization of mirrored sunglasses, duster jackets, and leather pants. So pop your red pill, crank up the Rammstein, and dog-ear your copy of “Simula ...…
 
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This week Adam Foulds shares his writer's routine. He's a Booker Prize nominee, being shortlisted for 'The Quickening Maze', and is now publishing his fifth novel, 'Dream Sequence' about an actor who becomes embroiled in a strange, twisted relationship. It's literary fiction, and we talk about why that genre pulls Adam's creativity in, and why ...…
 
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