Best eighteen podcasts we could find (Updated September 2018)
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This is an absorbing memoir of an inmate's experiences and impressions while in a London prison. He describes himself as "a man of education and worldly experience" and weighing "19 stone 13 lbs" (279 lbs), a stone being 14 lbs, at the beginning of his imprisonment but not upon his release. The author writes with a reporter's keen perception and a talented novelist's ability to engage and at times amuse the reader. - Summary by Lee Smalley
 
"But it is not for those who heard the call in the later months so much as in memory of those early heroes of Mons, who knew the bitterness of a valiant retreat, the horror of forced marches along parched roads, with only the prod of the next man's bayonet to keep him awake, and only a flap cut from the tail of his shirt between the pitiless sun and the dreaded delirium that would leave him a prey to the Huns' barbarities; in memory of these it is that I take up the pen to run the gauntlet o ...
 
The podcast of the award-winning narrative journalism magazine Eighteen Bridges.
 
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What a teenager thinks.
 
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Not Quite Eighteen is a delightful collection of children’s stories that range from moral to whimsical. From unfinished fairy tales and daydreams about a pony who kept shop to a lesson on presence of mind, these anecdotes will entertain as well as improve the mind. (Summary by Bridget Gaige)
 
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This is a little segment about what to achieve in anchor, how does it make you feel and why you do the content you do! Than you to the caller !!
 
Carnival in Latin America from an 18 year old
 
Selena Gómez, Madison Beer, and Despacito
 
Music, sza, female artist, 18 year old perspective.
 
Latin America, YouTube, fashion, being eighteen.
 
High school parties and influences from the perspective of an 18 year old
 
Editor Curtis Gillespie speaks with Lisa Gregoire about her winter 2015 story "Breathing Holes." The harrowing essay sees the newspaper editor and reporter go back to the scene of violence she suffered from an abusive boyfriend 20 years later, to report on the experience, her memories and who she was vs. who she's become. In this podcast, recor ...…
 
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