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All About Agatha is a podcast all about, well, Agatha. Agatha Christie, of course. The Queen of Crime, a real-life Dame of the British Empire and author of sixty-six mystery novels that spanned the Twentieth Century, defining a genre. Every month or so we revisit one of these novels in the order they were first published in the UK. Discussions range from plotting and interpretation to the impact of the beloved adaptations to an attempt at ranking them all. We take a breather in between novel ...
 
Doze off to classic stories with Sleepy. Each week, baritone host Otis Gray reads old books in a low, rhythmic tone to lull you into a deep slumber so you can have a fresh start the next day. Sweet dreams. Zzzzzz
 
Every week, join award-winning narrator B.J. Harrison as he narrates the greatest stories the world has ever known. From the jungles of South America to the Mississippi Delta, from Victorian England to the sands of the Arabian desert, join us on a fantastic journey through the words of the world's greatest authors. Critically-acclaimed and highly recommended for anyone who loves a good story with plenty of substance.
 
The Podcast Players are proud to present A Mysterious Affair at Soldier Island. This show is a radio play adaptation of Agatha Christie's "And Then There Were None," presented in six parts. Ten strangers are invited to Soldier Island off the coast of Devon, England. What do they have in common? A mysterious letter, a dark secret, and none of them know the truth for the sudden invitation.
 
Hello, and welcome to Monster Theatre: The Podcast. For 20 years the team of creators at Monster Theatre have been creating original plays and touring them to theatre across Canada, and now we’re bringing our work to the world. Our work is always inspired by history and mythology. We make comedies that excite intellectuals, histories that shock teenagers, and theatre for young audiences that makes adults roll on the floor laughing. Our mission is to tell stories that embody the way of the Mo ...
 
Timeless stories of great writers from the world over, have been curated for your listening pleasure. Penned in different languages originally, these have been slightly abridged and translated into Hindi. These stories and their characters bring us a whiff of different lands. So along with the story, hear interesting trivia about the authors and the places they come from. Let's turn the pages and see what sights await us! Narrator: Neha Parashar | Support PKJ by making a contribution : https ...
 
The Man With Two Left Feet, and Other Stories is a collection of short stories by P. G. Wodehouse, first published in the United Kingdom on March 8, 1917 by Methuen & Co., London, and in the United States in 1933 by A.L. Burt and Co., New York. All the stories had previously appeared in periodicals, usually the Strand in the UK and the Red Book magazine or the Saturday Evening Post in the US. It is a fairly miscellaneous collection — most of the stories concern relationships, sports and hous ...
 
Find your next great audiobook on our podcast, Behind the Mic with AudioFile Magazine. Every Monday through Friday, AudioFile Editors recommend the best in audiobook listening. All in 6 minutes or less. It’s short, sweet, and just what your ears need. Got a bit more time? Listen to the bonus episode featuring conversations with the best voices in the audiobook industry.
 
Join husband Travis McElroy and wife Teresa McElroy every Friday and they'll improve your etiquette week by week! Perplexed by thank you notes? Baffled by black tie? Dismayed by dinner parties? Worry no more, Shmanners has your answers!
 
The success of “The Magistrate” was immediate, and the Court Theatre was crowded night after night for more than a year, the play being presented over 300 times. So prosperous was the run that there was no cessation during the Summer holiday season. This success, however, was not confined to London, for three companies were soon carrying the play triumphantly over the English provinces, while in September 1885 Mr. Pinero went to New York to produce his work. How can you resist a comedy whose ...
 
Multi award winning documentaries from Ireland telling real life stories. With over 1,800 documentaries on offer, the Documentary On One Podcast has the largest archive of documentaries available in the world, dating as far back as 1954, right up to the present day. Winner of over 340 national and international awards. Producer of podcast series 'GunPlot' and 'The Nobody Zone'. Immerse yourself in a world of sound, story and character.
 
Do you love watching comic book characters on the big and small screen but don't know their comic book stories? Do you want to start reading comics but don't know where to start? In each episode, comic book noob Scott Murray asks common questions and gets reading recommendations from comic book experts Matt Moore and Regina Davis.
 
Houston P.A. is a weekly program of conversation hosted by Laurent Fouilloud-Buyat (just call him Laurent, pronounced low-ront). Each week, Laurent invites you to meet the people who make Houston unique: the museum curators, scientists, writers, dancers, musicians, civil servants, the neighbor who used to be an alcoholic but is now in recovery, and the one who has donated two gallons of blood in his lifetime ... they're on Houston Public Affairs, the show about the people of Houston.
 
McGillicuddy and Murder’s Pawn Shop is set in 1921. Maude, the main character and narrator, gets a diary and begins to write in it. The only problem is, her life is boring. She types all day until her fingers are sore, and then comes home, sleeps, and does it all over again. She wishes her life was an adventure. And it isn’t. That is, until one day, when she discovers an unusual pawn shop. She finds a tiny fragment of china—with nothing on it but a bright blue eye. Maude takes the china eye ...
 
Join Emily and Brooke as we recap the Amazon Prime miniseries based on the novels of Agatha Christie. There will be up to eight adaptations over the next four years, so we will have some extra time on our hands. Our first episode will cover the 2017 feature film adaption Murder on the Orient Express starting November 9 in the US. If you can't get enough of us, we are also doing a series looking at non-murder mystery television shows showcasing Christie tropes and techniques for an episode or ...
 
A naïve but sincere young lawyer's assistant who only dreams of marrying his childhood sweetheart and yearns to have a home and family with her. His sharp witted boss keeps the firm going by dint of shrewd business sense and legal talent. When the assistant accidentally stumbles into a murder case, the scene is set for events that change all their lives. Dead Men's Money by Joseph Smith Fletcher was published in 1920, the era considered to be the Golden Age of detective fiction. Writers like ...
 
The weekly book podcast that’s making thousands of listeners fall in love again with reading. Feel seen and LOL! Thursdays, join life-long friends Kari and Alexis as they use literature humorously to explore pop culture and personal peculiarities. From Tolstoy to Toni Morrison – they’re about books and drama! From the hosts, Alexis and Kari: "Our mission is to promote adult literacy by sharing the literature that inspires our lives with each episode. We make listeners feel like guests in our ...
 
"Sometimes you're friends, sometimes you're fish food." Chum is a podcast and an extension of the heated and funny daily chatter of chums Shamira Ibrahim, Tristan Thomas and Agatha Guillaume. The co-hosts use the platform to dissect, discuss and mostly drag the cast of characters (and each other) in our pop culture sea.
 
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Her plots are second to none. But is the Queen of Crime a true literary great? Thanks to my guest, Sophie Hannah. Her latest Poirot continuation novel is The Killings at Kingfisher Hill and is available from all good booksellers. Find out more about all of her books at sophiehannah.com and follow her on Twitter as @sophiehannahCB1. There are no spo…
 
Narrator Simon Jones takes on a riot of madcap characters in this early Agatha Christie mystery. Host Jo Reed and AudioFile’s Robin Whitten talk about the fun of listening to a classic mystery narrated by the masterful Simon Jones, especially when it’s packed with hilarious and delightful characters. Anthony Cade agrees to help a friend by deliveri…
 
Only in John’s Gospel do we read the story of Jesus healing the paralytic at the Bethesda Pool by the Sheep’s Gate in Jerusalem. Tradition held that the first person immersed in the water would be completely healed. When Jesus encounters a man outside the pool and learns he has been an invalid for 38 years he asks him if he wants to get well (John …
 
Unlike so many late Poirots we've read recently, this one actually features a ton of Poirot (and Ariadne Oliver!), from beginning to end. And while seriously flawed, it gave us a lot to discuss in what turned out to be a rather meandering/digressive episode... even for us.Please visit our Patreon site for bonus content, or just to support us: http:…
 
Here we go: another Agatha Christie-centred, spoiler-filled discussion betwixt Moira, Brad, and myself, this time looking at her highly-regarded Jane Marple mystery A Murder is Announced (1950). You know the drill — we’ve read it, talked about it without being coy regarding details as one normally would in a review, and are here to pick it apart fo…
 
Join Jason Nemor Harden as we go behind the scenes and explore the mystery crime novel And Then There Were None by the legendary author Agatha Christie. Warning: May Contain Spoilers Created by: Cristo M. SanchezHosted by: Jason Nemor HardenMusic by: Creature 9 & Wood Follow us on insta, facebook and twitter for the latest updates and more!…
 
Welcome to The Amateur Detective Club, a mystery media review podcast! Where three friends, Melissa Meli, Tyler Riley, and Tristan Miller read the works of Agatha Christie or others, then summarize, discuss, and rate the novels, films, TV episodes, or short stories they've chosen. In this week’s meeting, the gang discusses S11 E4 of Agatha Christie…
 
Jeffrey Campbell is the chief program officer for AIDS Foundation Houston. They just launched START Now, their rapid start anti-retroviral treatment project. It's designed to link people diagnosed with HIV to the right care and treatment medication within 7 days of diagnosis. It's an ambitious program they launched in the middle of the pandemic and…
 
Jump back into Laurie R. King’s quirky mystery series brought to life by narrator Jenny Sterlin. Host Jo Reed and AudioFile’s Robin Whitten talk about how well Sterlin knows the characters after many years of narrating the series, and the fun of the lively plot. Queen Marie of Roumania summons Sherlock Holmes and his wife, Mary Russell, to her coun…
 
A river adventure down the Danube turns dark, when an eerie presence is felt in the willows… Algernon Blackwood, today on The Classic Tales Podcast. Welcome to The Classic Tales Podcast. Thank you for listening. Thank you to all of our financial supporters. We couldn’t do this without you. We really try make your support worth your while. For a fiv…
 
Who's black?Who's white?And who cares? One researcher challenges us to re-examine our self-identity.She explores how historical definitions of race continue to shape contemporary racial identities and lived experiences.Through a series of interviews and profiles, we realize race isn't black and white. The researcher? Dr. Yaba Blay The book: One Dro…
 
Host Jo Reed and AudioFile’s Robin Whitten discuss how Cynthia Saltzman’s fascinating audiobook is a fusion of exceptional writing and an outstanding narration by Suzanne Toren. Saltzman presents a sweeping account of Napoleon’s conquest of Europe, including the looting of its finest antiquities and Renaissance masterpieces and the creation of the …
 
How a balmy summer’s evening quickly turned into a nightmare for cousins Sara Feeney (23) and Ellen Glynn (17) after they were swept out to sea on paddleboards last August. A miraculous rescue that captured the attention of the country and story of endurance as Sara and Ellen survived 15 hours at sea. (2021) See acast.com/privacy for privacy and op…
 
Tip to buckle your swash for soon you'll be swabbing your pillow. I support Migrant Justice https://migrantjustice.net/ Support our AAPI community -take action right now www.napawf.org/take-action Black Lives Matter. When I say “you deserve a good night’s sleep” it means black lives matter. More resources here- https://linktr.ee/dearestscooter Here…
 
Narrator David Rintoul takes on the complex investigations of odd, unusual, and often inconsequential crimes that populate Alexander McCall Smith’s latest parody of a Scandi police procedural. Host Jo Reed and AudioFile’s Robin Whitten discuss how Rintoul’s innate seriousness contrasts perfectly with the spate of philosophical dialogue and unending…
 
Welcome to The Amateur Detective Club, a mystery media review podcast! Where three friends, Melissa Meli, Tyler Riley, and Tristan Miller read the works of Agatha Christie or others, then summarize, discuss, and rate the novels, films, TV episodes, or short stories they've chosen. In this week’s meeting, the gang discusses S1 E21 of The New Adventu…
 
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