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If you love old classic and new sea stories and science fiction, this podcast is perfect for you. Start listening now to over 25 stand alone sea stories set in the late 1700s and early 1800s. Each story features adventures with pirates, mermaids, mutiny, ship wrecks, sea dogs, romance and adventures in foreign ports. Every Wednesday and Sunday new stories are added, so be sure to subscribe and post a review. Thank You, Shipmates! Sincerely, Malcolm Torres Support this podcast: https://anchor ...
 
Most of us have passed through a period of life during which we have ardently longed to be, if not actually a rover, a buccaneer, or a pirate, at least and really a sailor! To run away to sea has been the misdirected ambition of many a youngster, and some lads there are who have realized their desire to their sorrow. The boy who has not cherished in his heart and exhibited in his actions at sometime or other during his youthful days, a love of ships and salt water, is fit for—well, he is fit ...
 
This is a podcast in which we try to tell our stories as Navy Nukes. We try to be as entertaining as possible as we contribute to the future of our community, and we try to interject as much humor as we can into our sea stories.This Podcast is two Navy Nuke Chiefs and guests. We would love to hear from you. E-mail us your stories at FactFindingPodcast@gmail.com and we'll read them over the air (with names changed)If you are at NNPTC or NPTU as students, stop in and hear what the fleet is lik ...
 
Stories of Scotland is a multi-award-winning Scottish history podcast. Join hosts Jenny and Annie as they unravel the rich tapestry of Scotland’s culture, nature and heritage. Prepared to climb into caves, cairns and chaos, Jenny and Annie travel around Scotland and investigate how stories of the past can help us make sense of modern life. Stories of Scotland celebrates Scottish history through traditional storytelling, archival research, museum objects and wandering in nature. It is recorde ...
 
This podcast is a telling of stories of submarines and the brave people that have crewed them. From the first men to board a submarine to modern uses of nuclear powered boats, I plan to tell the tales of the silent service that haven't had a significant platform to be heard. You can email me suggestions, comments, or topics I should cover at bubbleheadpod@gmail.com.
 
History is everywhere in popular culture. But the truth is harder to find. On the Record is a podcast by The National Archives of the UK that takes a closer look at the stories you think you know. At The National Archives, we are the guardians of more than 11 million historical government and public records spanning a thousand years of British history. These original documents hold thousands of incredible stories...if you know where to look. Follow us on Twitter @UkNatArchives
 
Amazing adventures hosted by Simon, the one and only Fact Finding Frog! Totally full of true facts, excellent sound effects, cool music, and Simon's jokes! All of Simon's 35 Adventures are now available to purchase on https://simonsadventurestories.bandcamp.com You can buy the whole collection or just your favourite episodes. On Bandcamp you can listen to each adventure up to 3 times before you need to buy. That means you can test drive their excellent app while you do that.
 
Bedtime stories to help you go to sleep. Join Joanne D'Amico from the YT channel "relax for a while" as she reads you a bedtime story with a gentle spoken voice that is restful to the ear and sends you to sleep. If you suffer from insomnia, anxiety or just need help winding down at bedtime, Drift Off Bedtime Stories will help you relax and get a restful night's sleep! Sweet dreamzzz...
 
Imagine yourself seated in your favorite pub. A map lying out on the old wooden table. Whiskey liberally poured into your glass. Your guest places a finger on the map and begins “there I was …” These are true stories from expeditions and adventures as told by those who lived them. Hosted by Adventure Photo-Journalist Michael J. Reinhart.
 
Immerse yourself in the underwater world with Dive Stories. PADI presents monthly episodes sharing diving’s most inspirational characters and their narratives with the world. We’re talking scuba, freediving, underwater exploration, travel, conservation, and all things in and around the ocean. Join us as we seek adventure and save the ocean. Hosted by Ocean Allison.
 
These are true love stories of couples as told in their wedding ceremony on their wedding day. Mark Allan Groleau is a New Brunswick wedding officiant based in St. Andrews-by-the-Sea who specializes in creating unboring wedding ceremonies. He officiates weddings at www.unboringwedding.com, blogs about wedding officiating at www.howtoofficiateawedding.ca, and trains wedding officiants at www.unboringofficiant.com.
 
This issue includes "Slaves of the Dust" by Sophie Wenzel Ellis, Part B of "The Pirate Planet" by Charles W. Diffin, "The Sea Terror" by Captain S. P. Meek, "Gray Denim" by Harl Vincent, and "The Ape-Men of Xlotli" by David R. Sparks. - Summary by Bill Boerst
 
An early science fiction novel written by the second most translated author, French writer Jules Verne, the classic tale depicts an incredible sea expedition on board a state-of-the-art submarine. First published in 1870 and a part of the Voyages Extraordinaires series, the novel is regarded as one of the most thrilling adventure stories and one of Verne’s greatest pieces of work. Immersed in themes of exploration, avant-garde technology, and man’s insatiable desire for knowledge and scienti ...
 
Henryk Sienkiewicz won the Nobel Prize for Literature in 1905, but as he wrote in Polish many English-speakers are unfamiliar with his work. This short story collection is a sampler of five myths and legends which he collected. The "Life and Death" of the title is a Hindu legend, the rest of Polish stories. All are short and together form a little taste of this great author who is too often unknown to English readers. - Summary by Beth Thomas
 
In every episode of The Art of World Building podcast, host Randy Ellefson discusses how authors, screenwriters, game designers, gamers, and hobbyists can do world building better, faster, and have more fun doing it. Popular topics include creating gods, species, animals, plants, races, monsters, undead, continents, settlements, kingdoms, star systems, time, history, cultures, magic systems, religions, the supernatural, naming everything, and travel estimates for land, sea, and space.
 
A major work by Spenser, The Faerie Queen, was published between 1590 and 1596. As an allegorical work, it can be read on many levels. According to Jeanie Lang, Spenser always looked for the beautiful and the good when he wrote. Lang said, "There are many stories in The Faerie Queen, and out of these all I have told you only eight." The eight are "Una and the Lion," "St. Gergoe and the Dragon," "Britomart and the Magic Mirror," "The Quest of Sir Gregory," "Pastorella," "Cambell and Triamond, ...
 
The stories, first published in 1902, are fantastic accounts of how various natural phenomena came about. The original editions of Just So Stories were illustrated with woodcuts by Kipling himself. Read along online and see the illustrations at mainlesson.com. Each story is accompanied by a poem, in a somewhat ballad style. Many of the stories are addressed to "Best Beloved" (they were first written for Kipling's eldest daughter, Josephine, who had died during an outbreak of influenza in 189 ...
 
Are you searching for great stories to ignite your curiosity, teach you to perform better in life and career, inspire your mind, and make you laugh along the way? In this science podcast, Dr. Marie McNeely introduces you to the brilliant researchers behind the latest scientific discoveries. Join us as they share their greatest failures, most staggering successes, candid career advice, and what drives them forward in life and science. Our website with show notes]] Greetings science fans! We’r ...
 
The “Little Wizard Stories of Oz” are six short stories written by L. Frank Baum in 1913. By all accounts, Baum intended to finish the Oz series with “The Emerald City of Oz,” published in 1910. Following that, he attempted to write non-Oz books, publishing “The Sea Fairies” in 1911 and “Sky Island” in 1912. But, (as Baum himself laments in the prefaces of many of his Oz books,) his “little tyrants” were only interested in hearing more Oz stories. So in 1913, he returned to writing about Oz, ...
 
Stories from 1896 to 1901. Lucy Maud Montgomery was born at Clifton (now New London), Prince Edward Island, Canada, on November 30, 1874. She achieved international fame in her lifetime, putting Prince Edward Island and Canada on the world literary map. Best known for her "Anne of Green Gables" books, she was also a prolific writer of short stories and poetry. She published some 500 short stories and poems and twenty novels before her death in 1942.
 
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 ...
 
A show dedicated to telling the stories of those who choose to live adventurous lives. Lives where the outcome is uncertain but the rewards are enormous. Jeff Gardner interviews sailors, climbers, entrepreneurs, musicians, artists and more and helps you figure out how to add a little adventure to your life.
 
"A Way Home Together: Stories of the Human Journey" tells stories of people on the move from different cultures and countries. In our first two episodes, host Ahmed Badr, a refugee from Iraq speaks to his parents and 14-year-old sister about his family's journey. Other early episodes feature young refugees and migrants from the Middle East and Africa, who now live in North America. Their voices, laughter and emotional honesty are examples of how "A Way Home Together" can help build a new nar ...
 
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In every group of sailors, there's always a practical joker, and in this story we are reacquainted with Rufus Armstrong, a sailor who sets everyone he meets up for a laugh. This is Part 2 of this story, another tale from Ocean Adventures by John S. Sleeper. Please grab a copy of The Pirate, a sea story by Malcolm Torres, available for free on Apple…
 
Join Annie and Jenny on a Wild Prince Chase as they follow the path of Bonnie Prince Charlie after the Battle of Culloden. We meet the wonderful and romanticised Flora MacDonald, the young islander at the heart of a scheme to support Bonnie Prince Charlie’s escape. We read from a letter from Charles Edward Stuart sent on 28th April 1646, and use ac…
 
The fairy story of eight immortals is one of the most popular and widely distributed stories in China. It has derived into a proverb that still has been widely used. In today’s story, let’s take a look at what does this term mean under different circumstance. Join other motivated learners on your Chinese learning journey with maayot. Receive a dail…
 
When a young child forges a special connection with a seal on a trip to the seaside, their imagination takes them on an unforgettable journey. Through their eyes, we have a chance to explore everything the amazing beach and wide, wide sea has to offer . . . until suddenly a violent storm blows in. The next morning the beach is ugly . . . and covere…
 
A lot of our time in the program was spent at prototype. For better or for worse, we've had a lot of influence on future generations or nukes while we were there. This topic was requested by our guest today, Petty Officer HBK. he has an unrivaled passion for student quality of life, and I know that the three of us were inspired by his care for stud…
 
Professor Dame Kay Davies is the Dr. Lee's Professor of Anatomy in the Department of Physiology, Anatomy and Genetics and Director of the MRC Functional Genomics Unit at the University of Oxford. She is also the Honorary Director of the MRC Functional Genomics Unit, a deputy chairman of the Wellcome Trust, and Executive Editor of the journal Human …
 
In every group of sailors, there's always one practical joker, and that's who we have in today's story, Rufus Armstrong and his practical jokes. This is another story from Ocean Adventures by John S. Sleeper. Please grab a copy of The Pirate, a sea story by Malcolm Torres, available for free on Apple iBooks and Amazon. --- This episode is sponsored…
 
In our perception, when we feel hungry, we may find it is hard to concentrate on a task and eager to find something to eat. However, scientists find something interesting—hunger actually could make people smarter, of course, the feeling should not exceed a certain level. In today’s story, we are going to discuss why the feeling of hungry could make…
 
Today is Mother’s Day, which is celebrated internationally. But not many people know that there is also a Chinese Mother’s Day since 2006. In today’s story, we are going to discuss how Chinese people celebrate the international Mother’s Day, and the creation of Chinese Mother’s Day. Join other motivated learners on your Chinese learning journey wit…
 
Beijing Botanical Garden is a unique tourism site in Beijing in addition to those famous historical sites. In today’s story, we are going to take a walk in the garden and find out why it has become a unique site for tourists. Join other motivated learners on your Chinese learning journey with maayot. Receive a daily chinese reading in Mandarin Chin…
 
Cat is sitting on his favourite mat, when who should come along but Rat with a very nice hat? Cat wants Rat’s hat and will stop at NOTHING to get it. But when Bat arrives wearing a fancy cravat, well, what could be better than that? Chaos ensues as both Cat and Rat decide they MUST have Bat’s fancy cravat for themselves!Find out more about Stories …
 
The first episode of each month this year will be an episode from our Constellation Series. In this series, we will explore the mythos behind the 12 constellations of the zodiac. This is the fifth episode of the series: Taurus, the Bull. So, snuggle up in your blankets and have sweet dreams. The music in this episode is "Good Morrow" by Dear Gravit…
 
In the final episode of this series on our most intriguing and significant trial records, we’re taking a closer look at the evidence. First, we examine pieces of courtroom evidence like a red suit seized from a LGBTQ+ space in the 1930s and the calling card that led to Oscar Wilde’s downfall. Then, we explore how our trial records preserve evidence…
 
Sailors face many hardships, including difficult work, constant risk, low pay and the cost of maintaining boats. For these reasons, sailors love a funny sea story that makes us laugh. This comical tale is from Ocean Adventures published in 1857 by J. Sleeper. Please grab a copy of the short sea story Sixty-Four Days by Malcolm Torres, available for…
 
Dr. Charles Cockell is a Professor of Astrobiology in the School of Physics and Astronomy at the University of Edinburgh and Director of the UK Centre for Astrobiology. In addition, he is the Founder and Chair of the Earth and Space Foundation and also the Co-Founder, current Board Member, and Past President of the Association of Mars Explorers. Ch…
 
Sailors are superstitious. But is whistling aboard ship bad luck? Some claim whistling stirs up the breeze which stirs up the waves and brings on a storm. In this tale we conclude the story of Whistling Jack. This is Part-2 of a 2-Part story. --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/appSupport …
 
This adventure is faster than a speeding bullet! You can imagine traveling to Mars in Simon's Mindful Frog Spaceship, and when you get there, you'll meet the most famous robot ever. Of course we're talking about Curiosity, NASA's amazing Mars Rover. Get your imagination ready, this one is totally "Out of this world"! THIS IS SHORTENED PREVIEW OF TH…
 
Do you know what the connection is between volcanoes and gorillas? How about the number one rule when you're looking for gorillas in the jungle? You'll know the answer to both of those questions after you've joined Simon in his latest "Mountain Gorilla Adventure"! THIS IS SHORTENED PREVIEW OF THE COMPLETE EPISODE WHICH CAN BE FOUND AT simonsadventu…
 
When is a bear not a bear? When it's a Koala! In this adventure you'll find out how Australia's cutest marsupial survives by eating poisonous Eucalyptus leaves. After listening though, you might think twice about pitching your tent near any Koalas, they can be seriously noisy! THIS IS SHORTENED PREVIEW OF THE COMPLETE EPISODE WHICH CAN BE FOUND AT …
 
During the weekend, it has become some kind of tradition for some families to going out for lunch or dinner. In today’s story, our protagonist recalled her experiences of going out for lunch with her family. They are quite happy with what they had in the restaurant, let’s take a look. Join other motivated learners on your Chinese learning journey w…
 
No matter we are working in a large company or small firm, one fact is that the number of meetings we have at work is increasing. People have different perceptions towards meetings and majority of us don’t really enjoy meetings. In today’s story, we are going to discuss the possible reason of why we have more and more meetings at work and how do in…
 
With this podcast we hear the extraordinary story of Aram Rawf. A man who has been through wars, torture, persecution, life threatening situations and huge family loss just to get to the safety of this country where local people made him welcome and fought his corner. He has paid back so much through voluntary work & kindness & turned his horrendou…
 
Jenny and Annie consider the aftermath of the Battle of Culloden and the brutalities committed by the Duke of Cumberland and the British Government forces on the people of the Highlands after 1746. We look into the events recorded in The Lyon in mourning; Jacobite Memoirs by Robert Forbes. Trigger Warning: this episode contains discussion of murder…
 
Sailors are superstitious. But is whistling aboard ship bad luck? Some claim whistling stirs up the breeze which stirs up the waves and brings on a storm. In this tale we meet Whistling Jack and find out if there is any truth behind this superstition. This is Part-1 of a 2-Part story. --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to ma…
 
You wanted it. We wanted to talk about it. Today we're back for more poop stories we've dealt with in (and out of) the Navy. For such an auspicious occasion, we've brought on our first guest ever. Ex-Chief El Guapo joins us today as we ponder the question "how can one thing both raise and lower morale so easily?" Our guest had a unique and cool spo…
 
Having trouble falling asleep? Try listening to a relaxing bedtime story! Tonight's episode is a lovely tale by Richard Leander called The Invisible Kingdom. This charming story reminds us that things aren't always as they seem. Instead of background music, this story has soothing rain sounds and the occasional sound of thunder softly in the backgr…
 
Dr. Rachel Wong is a Professor in the Department of Biological Structure at the University of Washington. In her lab, Rachel is working to understand how neural circuits in the retina (the light-sensitive part of our eye) are assembled during our development and how they can be repaired or rewired in disease. Outside of science, Rachel has a passio…
 
Sometimes when a sailor goes to sea it breaks the heart of the one they leave behind. Other times a sailor runs away to sea to get away from someone who broke their heart. This story is a romantic comedy from Ocean Adventures by J. S. Sleeper. --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/appSupport…
 
Janey McGill is an explorer, writer and photographer. She is part of the newest generation of explorers leading physically, culturally and socially challenging expeditions around the globe. Janey is a military veteran serving 4 years as a soldier with the Honourable Artillery Company. In this interview, Janey recounts her expedition across Arabia’s…
 
If you have visited China or live in China, you must notice that there is a unified standard time called Beijing time in China. In today’s story, we are going to discuss the concept of world time zone and what Beijing time is. It would be interesting to know what does the Beijing time to do with Beijing. Join other motivated learners on your Chines…
 
Qingdao is a beautiful and unique city in China. Many of the old buildings combine the elements from eastern and western architecture features. There is also a famous product produced in this city, the brand is well-known worldwide. Let’s take a look now. Join other motivated learners on your Chinese learning journey with maayot. Receive a daily ch…
 
The ways that we respond to compliments used to be differed between western and eastern cultures. In the Chinese traditional view, we should act more modest when hear a compliment. However, this perception has changed over time. In today’s story, we are going to look at how our protagonist changed the way she responded to compliments and why she be…
 
For poetry month, we are doing an episode of listener submitted poetry! Time to soak in the sounds of nature and be lulled to sleep with the poetic words of Dreamful listeners. So, snuggle up in your blankets and have sweet dreams. Poetry Credits: The Dream in Me by Lucie Prosser A Bed's Bedtime Story by Peter G. Reynolds (Musings and Other Nonsens…
 
In what may be my favorite episode we've ever done, we talk about Fact Finding and Critiques. We get into a ton of things from how terrible surface electricians are, to how sad submarine electricians are. We get into less serious topics like how to lead sailors. Remember to send your stories to FactFindingPodcast@gmail.com We're really proud of thi…
 
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