Best bibliophile podcasts we could find (Updated May 2018)
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Independent bookshop in Stockbridge, Edinburgh.
 
Join Denise and Jess, two crazy bookaholics, as they talk about what they love best.
 
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Little Bibliophile
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Hello! This is my first podcast, "Little Bibliophile," where I read my favorite short stories. You can also check out my companion podcast, "LiteraryMe," where I read my favorite poems. Both are on iTunes and PodOMatic.com. Email me at littlebibliophile@hotmail.com or find me on Twitter @LiteraryMe.
 
Discussion and reviews on adult and YA fantasy books, Nintendo Switch news and games, and personal experience as a pantheistic polytheist and practicing witch.
 
***Annotated Audiobooks for Busy Booklovers*** Since 2006 CraftLit has released serialized classic literature weekly—the way Dickens did it—but as an audiobook with audio annotations. Host Heather Ordover gives you some context and juicy tidbits before playing the next chapter of the current book. *** Listeners regularly call in to share their thoughts to be played in the next episode, which keeps the "book club" vibe going. *** The podcast has been in continuous production since 2006. Our c ...
 
This show is an offshoot of the CraftLit podcast, bringing you all the book-chat and audiobook audio with none of the personal and crafty chit-chat you find on CraftLit. If you like audiobooks and you WANT to like classic literature, then this show was designed for you. The show is on semi-permanent hiatus. If you're looking for more books, checkout CraftLit. At the beginning of each episode you'll hear a timecode for the end-of-crafty-chat and the start-of -book talk so you can skip to the ...
 
Books in the Wild is a podcast investigating the hidden stories behind books and printed matter. Instead of reviewing books for solely on their written content, we try to offer varying perspectives on everything from conception to creation to reception. This is a podcast about book arts: letterpress printing, bookbinding, artists' books, small press and independent publishing, and stories from book history.
 
BooksPlus is the one-stop destination for bibliophiles, a digest of the week’s best interviews about books and writing across RN.
 
In-depth literary discussion without the pretence. Just good books. Based out of Madrid, Spain, we compress big ideas and in-depth discussion of literature into a digestible, entertaining format.
 
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The Book Report
Weekly
 
A lively mix of author interviews, audio book previews and chats with those influential in the literary world, The Book Report has become appointment listening for bibliophiles and book clubs alike. It's a great way to find out who's hot in the book world and which titles critics and readers are buzzing about. Come back and see updated shows weekly!
 
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Ink&Quill
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Love reading yet lostin plenty of literary podcasts out there? Look no further! The weekly program Ink&Quill is the hotchpotch you arelooking for. Produced by bibliophiles from CRI English, the podcast connectsyou with literature, culture and writers in China and around the globe. A funride into the literary world, Ink&Quillblends news, book reviews, Q&As, panel discussions and feature stories,giving the listeners insight into writers' visions.
 
At one of America's oldest bookshops, there are just as many stories to be told outside the pages as in them. Join Brattle Book Shop proprietor Kenneth Gloss and co-host Jordan Rich as they share insightful and entertaining conversations and histories surrounding Boston's favorite spot for bibliophiles. Topics range from military autobiographies to regional cookbooks and everything in between. Updates every two weeks.
 
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Talking of Books
Daily
 
Talking of Books is a weekly review show which showcases some of Dubai’s most intrepid readers. From new releases to chats with local and international authors, this is a must-listen for any bibliophile.
 
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“Not many authors are compared to Borges, Cervantes, and Kathy Acker all in one breath, but that is exactly what we’re dealing with here: Azareen Van der Vliet Oloomi is a twisted, twisty genius.”–Nylon Magazine; “Van der Vliet Oloomi captures the shattered identity of the refugee and the immigrant, the way that literature becomes a lifeline in ...…
 
Bunnings. You thought it was just the hardware chain with a great range of brands at warehouse prices, right? Well yes, but that’s not the full story. Intriguingly, as Benlife and Theblackdouglas report in Better Breeders Podcast #110, Macquarie University academics have recently polemicised hard to have Bunnings’ advertising junk mail publicat ...…
 
On Season 2, Episode 9 of Hyperlink Radio, Non Wels interviews Out of Print Co-Founder Todd Lawton about the transformative, magical world of books. Out of Print celebrates this literary magic, increasing literacy in the process. Non and Todd talk about the origin story of Out of Print: How a passion for books turned into a successful, mission- ...…
 
HAPPY EASTER FRIENDS! “See what love the Father has given us, that we should be called children of God; and so we are.” -1John 3:1a Listener: “Hi! I just started listening to your podcast and am so excited to listen thru them all! I was wondering if you could have an episode about what it means to be a “daughter of God” or “child of God” and ho ...…
 
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Topics covered in this interview include: How writers should approach literary agents and how to find the agents most appropriate for their work. What fiction and non-fiction writers should have in hand before they reach out to an agent about their work. What an author platform is and why writers should start building one before they approach a ...…
 
In creating a simply designed life, as per the podcast’s name, we want to empower people to rightsize in all areas of life, meaning you do what’s right for you and your situation. Also realize that almost nothing gets done in a vacuum—it usually takes incremental steps.If you’ve ever heard of Tony Robbins’ wheel of life exercise, he emphasizes ...…
 
In this episode, I recieve more call-ins, mostly about knowing and speaking Spanish, and how that parallels to the books I read.
 
Radio Morpork is a podcast that discusses and analyses Terry Pratchett's Discworld one book at a time.Colm and Steve briefly transform from bibliophiles into kinephiles in honour of the clicks. They discuss the book's depiction of postmodern hyperreality, the notable Discworld debuts of Ridcully and Gaspode, and compare Holy Wood to Silicon Valley.…
 
The post Episode 2 | What’s with all the book-to-TV adaptations? appeared first on Golden Hare Books.
 
On Episode 16 of Lost the Plot we revisit 20 years of Harry Potter with YA author Donna Hosie.Show Notes:Noted Artworkhttps://theshaunacorner.wordpress.com/2017/05/14/noted-festival-art-day-1-on-may-4th-2017/ ACT Lit Bloggers of the Futurehttps://whisperinggums.com/2017/06/12/monday-musings-on-australian-literature-act-writers-centre/https://ac ...…
 
Guest: BJ Burns @BowtieBeej BJ Burns talks with Dave Rael about learning to write software, mentors, teaching, podcasting, and helping others BJ Burns is a full-stack developer with the State of Tennessee building API’s in .NET and doing some work on the front end with AngularJS. Occasionally he writes some HTML and CSS. With his mentor Will Ga ...…
 
Listen to this audiobook free with a 30-day trial. Go to http://audiobookspace.com/free Title: The Girls Who Saw EverythingAuthor: Sean DixonNarrator: Susan HanfieldFormat: UnabridgedLength: 10 hrs and 3 minsLanguage: EnglishRelease date: 06-15-17Publisher: Audible StudiosRatings: 4 of 5 out of 1 votesGenres: Fiction, LiteraryPublisher's Summar ...…
 
Brea and Mallory discuss new releases, interview author Nick White about his book How to Survive a Summer and hopefully save you some money! Use the hashtag #BrandNewBooks to participate in online discussion on Instagram and Twitter! Links - Book News - http://www.aljazeera.com/indepth/features/2017/05/bogota-bibliophile-trash-collector-rescues ...…
 
The post Episode 1 | Should You Judge a Book by its Cover? appeared first on Golden Hare Books.
 
Welcome to Two Moms, One Podcast. A podcast where two moms with different parenting styles come together to show that you don’t have to agree to be the best of friends. We’re Raewyn and Yvonne, two mom bloggers who live on opposite coasts and often have opposite parenting styles! We’ll be releasing podcasts bi-weekly covering products, current ...…
 
Sassy Simbi: Books that inspire On today’s episode of The Segilola Salami Show, Nigerian based blogger and bibliophile Sassy Simbi stops by the virtual cafe. She talks about her minimalist lifestyle and the books that inspire her. It was a very enlightening conversation, click play now to listen to what she has to say 😀 […] The post Sassy Simbi ...…
 
Phil proctored an exam, the most exciting aspect of grad school, and passes on a few tips that he feels will help everyone in the room. Matt fueled up on some spring rolls before attending the most competitive used book sale of his life, you can hear the giddiness in his voice which qualifies him for at least 9 criteria of bibliophilic personal ...…
 
Four bibliophiles discuss when Hollywood adaptations went right and when they went terribly wrong.
 
SHOW NOTES:Check out www.urgenkuyee.com and subscribe for insightful personal finance tips. 02:01 - Who is Urgen Kuyee? He's a passionate bibliophile and aspiring personal finance expert. 03:57 - Urgenkuyee.com, a Canadian personal finance blog.During nursing school a lot of my classmates, especially female classmates, love to shop. They love t ...…
 
I’m excited to share this podcast with you for a couple of reasons. One, Melissa Kakavas and I met and connected several years ago while in the Balanced Body faculty training. We were thrust together spontaneously to make some videos for their enthusiasts collection, but had never even met. It’s not all that often that […]…
 
Debbie talks to Sam Winston about words as "the shoreline between the conscious and the unconscious," his lifelong fascination with type, and his bibliophilic collaboration with Oliver Jeffers.
 
This week we watch the trailer for Beauty and the Beast. Topics of discussion include Emma Watson, tiny Gaston, horny Beast, Disney, Star Wars apparently, more Emma Watson, princess fashion, and...bibliophiles? Whatever, it's all Greek to me. If you haven't seen the trailer yet, the link below will take you to the one we watched. Beauty and the ...…
 
Two salty, sweet feminerds share their unfiltered opinions on love, life and the modern world. This week is a bibliophile's dream as we discuss authors we enjoy, recent world events and the creepy Christopher Walken Superbowl commercial. All this and so much more. Check us out! 50% Girly, 50%Geeky, 110% Awesome!…
 
Two salty, sweet feminerds share their unfiltered opinions on love, life and the modern world. This week is a bibliophile's dream as we discuss authors we enjoy, recent world events and the creepy Christopher Walken Superbowl commercial. All this and so much more. Check us out! 50% Girly, 50%Geeky, 110% Awesome!…
 
The writer Nicholas Royle is a passionate supporter of libraries and a devoted bibliophile. As a young man his passion for books was so strong, in fact, that some of the books he borrowed from libraries didn't manage to find their way back to their homes on the library shelves. Now, over three decades on, Nicholas is finally doing the right thi ...…
 
The writer Nicholas Royle is a passionate supporter of libraries and a devoted bibliophile. As a young man his passion for books was so strong, in fact, that some of the books he borrowed from libraries didn't manage to find their way back to their homes on the library shelves. Now, over three decades on, Nicholas is finally doing the right thi ...…
 
Bishop Robert Barron is a bona fide bibliophile. Any quiet moment outside his holy hours, he can be found at his workbench writing a book or on his patio reading one. In this episode of the Word on Fire Show, Bishop Barron discusses some new and notable books that he’s read, which range from the scholarly insight of Dietrich von Hildebrand to t ...…
 
This is a special edition of the show where we take a glimpse behind the scenes at how we produce the program, and the people responsible for it. As Rainmaker.FM approaches it’s 2nd anniversary, I thought it apropos to examine how we got here. This is going to be fun! It may seem like I’m just a guy in a garage – like so many podcasters – who i ...…
 
Bishop Robert Barron is a bona fide bibliophile. Any quiet moment outside his holy hours, he can be found at his workbench writing a book or on his patio reading one. In this episode of the Word on Fire Show, Bishop Barron discusses some new and notable books that he's read, which range from the scholarly insight of Dietrich von Hildebrand to t ...…
 
This week's show is for the bibliophiles. We take a deeper dive into the unusual story of Ferdinand, the pacifist bull who terrified dictators and earned a rebuke from Ernest Hemingway (he never liked bulls much anyway). Then we poke around the margins of old library books and discover the forgotten stories of mourning mothers and licentious lo ...…
 
Episode the fortieth; Wherein the Pageist discusses the impertinence of projecting one’s kinks, learns of a kinky ebook publisher and is reminded (yet again) to be kinder to herself. The book reviewed is The DIY Porn Handbook: Documenting Our Own Sexual Revolution by Madison Young .47 Intro & Announcements: Two new Facebook likes: Hellooo to Da ...…
 
Patreon backer Zachary Joyner poses some Gaming Hut questions about improvising a GUMSHOE game. How quickly do you give out clues? How do you maintain pace without leading the players? Though our latest trip to London has faded into the mist of nostalgia, we would be remiss not to paw through the books Ken raided while there, in another edition ...…
 
Patreon backer Zachary Joyner poses some Gaming Hut questions about improvising a GUMSHOE game. How quickly do you give out clues? How do you maintain pace without leading the players? Though our latest trip to London has faded into the mist of nostalgia, we would be remiss not to paw through the books Ken raided while there, in another edition ...…
 
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