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StoryShop writer Jane Flett reads from her chapbook "The Cat's Gravity"
#16: The Pleasure Principle
Christy talks to food/travel writer Marisa Robertson-Textor and author Allison Adato (Smart Chefs Stay Slim) about why taking pleasure in...
Literary Editor of The Independent, Boyd Tonkin discusses his fond memories of his own library as a child. And that Library happens to be...
Save Friern Library
Local residents talking outside the library on the day it is officially closed
A narrated story for children – The Tale of Buster Bumblebee, Part 2
Is fiction the process of turning fact into truth?
Robin Lustig interviews Chimamanda Ngozi Adi, author of the best-selling book 'Half of a Yellow Sun'.
COMPETITION with Piatkus Entice/Win a PUBLISHING CONTRACT! Deadline 2 September 2013
Summer wouldn’t be the same without a good book and a sandy beach (or at least a sunny spot in the garden . . .) But while we all enjoy...
Michael Connelly & Giorgio Faletti
Sam calls on you to join Audiobooks For All
Meet Sam, a young writer and massive bookaholic, who's registered blind and wants to tell you why your class should take up our reading...
Ooh Ah Paul McGraths Da
Reduce the Jobs Grip
LibriVox.org - Giving Voice to Public Domain Literature
@anakin1814 It does seem like a cool site so far - Not a big personality driven thing, just people reading books - What a novelty! And, yes, I'll be reading Shakespeare, but I'll try to hide my Boston accent... "try"
I'm with Curt....ANOTHER SITE!!!?!? Cool idea though....it's cool that we're able to supply our voice for something like this! I'd love to hear somebody with a heavy New York accent do a reading of Pride and Prejudice! (Or a Boston accent reading Shakespeare??)
@andymooseman Not just US, worldwide. Not a flashy site, but this could be fun. I've just signed up to read some Shakespeare!
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When I want to believe...
#InternationalChildrensBookDay: Author @allanboroughs and editor @rzkellehar @macmillankidsuk talk to @gecfrost
#febooary day 7 books
The Joy of Research
There is nothing better than getting down to researching a little online.
Looking forward to more of your AudioBoos!
Children's Books - Still as popular as ever!
I had a chat with Michael, a local independent book retailer from Islington. He told me why books still mean something to kids, how...
Nice little interview here - great that you've added the photo and map and a good selection of tags. Don't forget to add a photograph and profile etc to your account. I'd like to know how he can sell books so cheaply - with all the competition online - has that affected his business etc. Listen to what your interviewee says and don't be afraid to pick up on it. Also - you're in the bookshop - why not paint that picture - I've come into this shop, the shelves are stacked high with bright and colourful children's books.. bring people to where you are... There's a little crunching sound at times - just be aware that your hand/jacket might rub over the microphone and be picked up. Over all though this was nicely done! :)
Edward Stourton talks to BFBS
Broadcaster & author Edward Stourton chats to Chris Kaye about his book Cruel Cross: Escping Hilter across the Pyrenees.
Buddhist Voices - Kalyanaprabha On Editing Sangharakshita
An excellent conversation with Kalyanaprabha on what it's like to work with and edit Sangharakshita, as his latest book, 'A Moseley...
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