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Grandpa's Darlings

Read by TriciaG


Pansy


Fiction, or fact? The narrator asserts it's fact. The narrator is an author, whom her little nieces call "Auntie Belle". There's a…

The Marie Antoinette Romances, Vol 1: Balsamo, The Magician

Read by John Van Stan


Alexandre Dumas


This is the first volume of Dumas' Marie Antoinette Romances (also called "The Memoirs of a Physician"). This historical fiction c…

Three Homilies on the Devil

Read by ancientchristian


St. John Chrysostom


John Chrysostom, Archbishop of Constantinople, delivered these three homilies, most likely at Antioch, about the role of demons in our life.…

The Town Traveller

Read by Arnold


George Gissing


The town traveller is himself a British salesman, living in a lower class part of London in the Victorian era. The story depicts his interac…

Mark Twain in the New York Times, Part Seven (1920-1924)

Read by John Greenman


Mark Twain


This collection of articles by and about Mark Twain and his family was compiled by Barbara Schmidt, publisher of twainquotes.com. Included i…

Bay: A Book of Poems

Read by Bruce Kachuk


D. H. Lawrence


The superb skill and dexterity of D.H. Lawrence, a writer who profoundly influenced the literature of the twentieth century, is very evident…

Pansies

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James Whitcomb Riley


LibriVox volunteers bring you 18 recordings of Pansies by James Whitcomb Riley. This was the Weekly Poetry project for May 3, 2020. ------ …

A Short History of the World

Read by Kristine Bekere


H. G. Wells


A Short History of the World is a non-fictional historic work by English author H. G. Wells, largely inspired by Wells's earlier 1919 work T…

When We Were Very Young (version 2)

Read by AnnaLisa Bodtker


A. A. Milne


This best-selling book of poetry by A. A. Milne was first published in 1924. The poems describe the adventures of Christopher Robin. In it w…

The Mark of Zorro

Read by Mark F. Smith


Johnston Mcculley


In Spanish California, a troubling pattern had developed. The natives were reduced to peasants, the Franciscan friars that ministered to the…

The Heart of a Mystery

Read by J. M. Smallheer


Robert Eustace and L. T. Meade


The Heart of Mystery by L. T. Meade and Robert Eustace was published in 1901 in six installments in the Windsor Magazine, Vol. 14. The stori…

Bransford Of Rainbow Range

Read by David Wales


Eugene Manlove Rhodes


A genuine cowboy who speaks a bit of Greek? Ditto a bit of The Litany? And more than a little verse, including (would you believe?) Alice In…

Atala

Read by William Allan Jones


François-René de Chateaubriand


What were the lower Mississippi River, Gulf Coast regions, and Appalachians of North America like in the earliest colonial days? Full of unt…

Zero Hour by Ray Bradbury



A science fiction selection that revolves around a recurrent slight central to society’s ideals and accepted customs; ignorance of a child’s…

Zeppelin City Michael Swanwick Eileen Gunn



Steampunk Fiction Radio Jones came dancing down the slidewalks. She jumped from the express to a local, then spun about and raced backwards,…

Yours Truly, Johnny Dollar



Johnny Dollar random episodes, digitally enhanced, cleaned up, denoised using source from archive.org 1955

YTJD 1955 11 21 266 The Amy Bradshaw Matter



Yours Truly, Johnny Dollar  Cleaned up, denoised audio

You're Not The Woman I Married



A play for radio by Malcolm Hulke. George Ramage lives next door to a prison. His wife tells him that her brother and his friend are coming …

Young Timothy by Michael Voysey



A civic reception in their honour! It should have been one of the happiest occasions in the lives of Richard and Diana Patterson. But why wa…

Yesterday Today And Tomorrow



One in this series of magazine-format programs which document American traditions. Leon Pierson hosts this program, which celebrates the wri…

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