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The Midnight Library

Astonishing Legends Productions

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Proudly brought to you by the fine folks at the Astonishing Legends Podcast- Not just another show but a place you can go: The Midnight Library. You alone, can climb the stairs of the strange, old Victorian mansion and be somewhat welcomed by your Hosts, Miranda Merrick & Mr. Darling. Curl up in a window seat or beside the grand fireplace and hear a tale of times long ago. Be transported to forgotten lands, learn about ancient customs and mysterious happenings… all in the company of your unu ...
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Library Talks

The New York Public Library

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Join The New York Public Library and your favorite writers, artists, and thinkers for smart talks and provocative conversations from the nation’s cultural capital.
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The Library Channel serves as a conduit to the UC San Diego Library’s many outreach activities and events, ranging from author talks, faculty lectures, and special events, to concerts, film screenings, and behind-the-scenes interviews with students, librarians, and friends and supporters. Visit: uctv.tv/library-channel
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Library Leadership Podcast

Adriane Herrick Juarez

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The Library Leadership Podcast features real library leaders discussing the most important issues in libraries today. We hope it becomes a resource for everyone navigating the fast-paced world of information service provision. Adriane Herrick Juarez is the Executive Director of the Park City Library in Utah. She believes library leadership is an ever-evolving practice that is enhanced through thought-provoking conversations and the sharing of ideas.
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Home to the world's largest collection of Shakespeare materials. Advancing knowledge and the arts. Discover it all at www.folger.edu. Shakespeare turns up in the most interesting places—not just literature and the stage, but science and social history as well. Our "Shakespeare Unlimited" podcast explores the fascinating and varied connections between Shakespeare, his works, and the world around us.
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The Enchanted Library

The Enchanted Library

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Join us in the Enchanted Library on a read-aloud adventure, featuring classic and living literature. Many of these books are featured in Charlotte Mason-based homeschool curriculums like AmblesideOnline and others. Come on an adventure with us!
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The Romantasy Library

The Romantasy Library

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A podcast connecting readers with authors of the Romantasy genre. The Romantasy Library podcast is hosted by Kate Perkins, a therapist by day and avid reader by night. She hopes to celebrate and promote authors whose fanciful writing makes her heart sing.
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Not Your Mother's Library

Not Your Mother's Library

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Librarians from Oak Creek Public Library discuss their latest reads and give their favorite reading, watching, and listening recommendations each month! Visit https://oakcreeklibrary.org/podcast for complete transcripts of every episode.
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Plano Library Speaks

City of Plano, Texas

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Plano Library Speaks is the podcast of the Plano Public Library. In each episode you'll learn about library resources and programs for the entire family, business and career resources, as well as little known facts about the library and you'll get to know our staff! Plano Library Speaks is part of the City of Plano podcast network.
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Welcome to the Norton Library Podcast, where we explore influential works of literature and philosophy with the leading scholars and teachers behind Norton’s newest series of classics. In each episode, with a Norton Library editor or translator as our guide, we'll learn something new and surprising about these classic works—why they endure, and what it means to read them today. Hosted by Mark Cirino and produced by Michael Von Cannon, the co-creators of the Hemingway Society's popular show O ...
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Join Emerging Services and Technologies Librarian, Shawn, and Guiding Ohio Online Learning Coach, Charley, and friends on Facebook Live and Twitch as they discuss technology in the news. It can be cars, computers, smart devices, or anything else technology related.
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In the Midnight Library of Baseball, Ben Orlando offers a unique perspective to historic and modern aspects of the game. He does so with no loud music and no jarring sounds, so listeners can relax and enjoy a good show as they settle in for the night.
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Hamden Library Podcast

Hamden Public Library

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A monthly podcast all about Hamden, libraries and community. Your number one listening resource for our unique and diverse community, keeping you informed but also entertaining and inspiring you. Appreciate why Hamden Public Library truly is the heart of Hamden!
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The Silverton Library Connection Podcast

Misti Anderson-Library Director

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Welcome, library friends, to the Silverton Library Connection Podcast! Where pages turn, stories unfold, and community bonds grow stronger. I’m your host Misti Anderson. Join me as we dive into the world of books, explore the heart of our library, and uncover the pulse of our town's happenings. This is the Silverton Library Connection Podcast. Get ready to be inspired, informed, and entertained!
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Each week on Down Time with Cranston Public Library, host Tayla Cardillo chats with staff from Cranston Public Library about what they’ve been reading, what they’ve been watching, and what they’ve been loving. You’ll also hear from guests from outside the library community sharing their work and passions. New episodes are released every Tuesday at noon - subscribe so you never miss an episode!
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The Mariner’s Library brings forgotten & obscure sailing books to life, allowing them to pass on their hard-won knowledge to a new generation of sailors. Read by solo, round-the-world yachtsman and host of ’The Mariner’ podcast; Chris Stanmore-Major.
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Free Library Podcast

Free Library of Philadelphia

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The Free Library Podcast is an easy way to participate in the author events and lectures that take place at the Parkway Central Library. Visit Author Events to find upcoming events.
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A weekly storytelling podcast, featuring new fantasy or science fiction or just plain wyrd, wacky, fun stories. Plus: interviews with authors of fantastical fiction. And maybe a giveaway or two. Keep listening to find out about new books, and how to obtain print, ebook or audiobook versions of the complete novel.
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Moraine Valley Community College Library Podcast

Moraine Valley Community College Library

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Moraine Valley Community College Library, Palos Hills, Illinois, USA. The Library PodCast includes audio from cultural events and interviews with faculty and scholars. This podcast is intended to enhance the larger Moraine Valley curriculum. The views expressed by guest speakers or audience members are their own and are not necessarily the official views of the Moraine Valley Community College board of trustees, staff, faculty, or administration.
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Your Family, Your Library

Skokie Public Library

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Have a question about your child’s growth? You’re not alone! Each month, librarians Caitlin and Katie will chat about their experiences as parents and share library resources for caregivers looking for support.
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Welcome to a new episode of Ye Olde Dragon's Library storytelling podcast! Season6 features chapters from the Guardians of the Time Stream novel: THE BLUE LOTUS SOCIETY Season 6, Episode 10: The crew of the Golden Nile battle Revisionist attackers. Athena uses the blue lotus to heal the mortally injured, and mourns those who cannot be saved. Ye Old…
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During the first half of the twentieth century, a group of collectors and creators dedicated themselves to documenting the history of African American life. At a time when dominant institutions cast doubt on the value or even the idea of Black history, these bibliophiles, scrapbookers, and librarians created an enduring set of African diasporic arc…
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In conversation with author and Pennsylvania State Senator, Nikil Saval In The Hollow Parties, Daniel Schlozman and Sam Rosenfeld present a comprehensive history of the rise of American mass party politics through the Jacksonian era up through the years of Barack Obama to the presidency of Donald Trump. They posit that today's Democrat and Republic…
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The desire for a second chance provides the engine for many of Shakespeare’s plays. In their new book, Second Chances: Shakespeare and Freud, Shakespeare scholar Stephen Greenblatt and psychologist Adam Phillips argue that this fascination with the second chance links Shakespeare with one of his biggest 20th century fans: Sigmund Freud. Shakespeare…
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Have you always wanted to listen to a podcast where library workers chat with authors, community superstars and other neighbors around Rhode Island about their current favorite books, TV and movies, and all the big things they are doing in our little state? Then check out Overdueing It: The Rhode Island Library Podcast, available on Apple Podcasts,…
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Dana Evyn, Author of The Other Side of the Mirror, joins the Romantasy Library to discuss her writing process, her (amazing and brand spanking new) debut book, how she felt writing smut, the implications of mental health/trauma in the Romantasy world, and much more! Dana and I talk about our love of Romantasy, including fun tropes, other authors, a…
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In the final episode of Season 1, Misti Anderson, the passionate host and library director of the Silverton Library Connection podcast, takes listeners on a poignant journey through the history, challenges, and aspirations of the Silverton Public Library. From humble beginnings to becoming a cherished cornerstone, the library has served as a beacon…
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In this episode we talk with library Programming Manager Maggie Fox about the 2024 Summer Reading program for children and adults, running the months of June and July. We explore the value of summer reading, methods to achieve your summer reading goals, and how to participate! We are using ReadSquared to Summer Reading. Here is a short tutorial vid…
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In this episode, I dive into the origins of the baseball bat, the number one piece of marketing equipment in the history of the game. I also discuss the colorful stories of the inspirational, stubborn, superstitious men who wielded this instrument of hope and despair.על ידי bendavidorlando
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It's time to take another drive, as I bring you 5 real life paranormal encounters. First we're delving into the infamous legend of the Dartmoor Hairy Hands. Then I will be bringing you all 4 never heard before stories that listeners have sent in, all while we drive along a deserted road as the evenings rain falls. All narrated by @TheTapeLibrary Su…
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Please choose your favorite spot in The Reading Room as we traverse the mists of time and call out to the legendary, robust Greek God, PAN. Revel in his divine company and reap the lavish rewards of your sacrifice! Your haunting host, Miranda Merrick, will tell you of the rumored birth of the god, stories of his life and times... and just where you…
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We continue in Colossians 3:10–14 as Paul will lay out how Christians Are Different. True Christianity is not just a list of negative do-nots but as we look to Christ, who is our life, we are also encouraged to put on the new self! This passage will remind us of our identity in Christ, the amazing grace He has lavished upon us, and His incredible l…
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Jedi Charity - Chapter 6/29 of The Perennial Philosophy of The Jedi. Adapted from Aldous Huxley's: The Perennial Philosophy. Quotations read by Maître Alexandre Orion. The Jedi Library - what has it got to do with Life, The Universe, and Everything? How to live a life of meaning, purpose, and agency - not a long time ago in a galaxy far, far away -…
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Death, Love and Redemption "In October 1997, the town of Ringgold in northwest Georgia was shaken by reports of a murder in its midst. A dead woman was found in Alvin Ridley's house..." Georgia attorney-turned-writer, McCracken Poston Jr., joins us live via Zoom to tell the story behind one of his most famous defense cases and his upcoming book, Ze…
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On December 19, 1980, Shlomo Lewin, the former chairman of the Jewish community in Nuremberg, and his partner Frida Poeschke were shot dead in their house in Erlangen. Instead of pursuing the leads that led to the right-wing extremist group Wehrsportgruppe Hoffmann, investigators concentrated on Lewin’s social environment for a long time. As part o…
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May is Asian American and Pacific Islander Heritage Month, and on this week's episode we put Sara and Nicole to the test with some AAPI based trivia! Play along as we discuss Hawaii, the first Indian-American to go to space, delicious hot pot, and much more. Want to learn more about AAPI month? Visit https://www.history.com/topics/holidays/asian-am…
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From COVID-19 response to the overturning of Roe v. Wade, the results of 50 states having individual approaches to public health, medical outcomes and healthcare access raise troubling questions. A husband-and-wife team of University of Utah professors dig into the ethics of the American healthcare system in States of Health: The Ethics and Consequ…
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We often talk about leading library services from within libraries. But what do you do if you want to provide library services and don’t have the luxury of four walls? On this show Vashalice Kaaba, PhD Candidate of Information Studies at Florida State University, talks about spreading literacy, no walls needed. She was inspired by work she did in t…
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Tune in to the podcast this week to hear our chat with Sheela Lal, the host of Ferndale Radio 100.7 FM's South Asian Shuffle (streaming Wednesday nights)! We also chatted with Sheela about the Unerased Book Club, which she co-founded back in 2018. Oh, and we ALSO chat about our monthly Chess Club! https://www.unerasedbookclub.com/ https://ferndaler…
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In this episode of the Library is Open podcast, Andrew Auld, Commercial Director at PTFS Europe, joins us to talk about the partnership with ByWater, updates from koha Hackfest, and...sourdough bread??! Listen to the podcast to learn more!על ידי ByWater Solutions
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Show announcement: several months ago we decided that it’s time for The Library Coven to come to an end, so this will be our final season. Over the past nearly 6 years we’ve loved making the show and forging connections with folks we never would have met otherwise. But it’s time for our HEAs*. Whether you’re a new listener or someone who’s been wit…
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Rev. Brian Sauder discusses the connections between faith and environmental justice. Rev Sauder is the Executive Director of Faith in Place which is a nonprofit that partners with communities of faith from diverse religious traditions (and people who do not follow a faith) to advance environmental and racial justice. This event is part of the Libra…
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In Part 1 of our discussion on The Awakening, we welcome editor Laura Fisher to discuss Kate Chopin's writing career, the novel's reception and themes, as well as some of its major characters. Laura R. Fisher is an associate professor of English at Toronto Metropolitan University. She is the author of Reading for Reform: The Social Work of Literatu…
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Set in the 25th Century, the crew of the I.K.S. Honasto have arrived at the Segue 1 Galaxy to claim it for the glory of the Klingon Empire. In this episode you'll see how they navigate their first First Contact with a Pre-Warp civilization of warriors... (Part Two)---Myths by Alex-Productions | https://onsound.eu/Music promoted by https://www.free-…
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40,000Nm, a circumnavigation of the world, completed double-handed, in a decked in, dug-out, red cedar canoe. The bare facts on the page already seem impossible. There is only one sailor who holds a candle to Capt. Slocum, and that is Capt. Voss. If you don't know who that is, don't worry, I didn't know either until I read this book. Now, I can't s…
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Dark Side of the Library Podcast Episode #187: Dark Young Adult Fiction Books Coming Out April 2024 (Disclosure: Some of the links in this post are affiliate links. This means if you click on the link and purchase the item, we will receive an affiliate commission at no extra cost to you) Against the Darkness (Buffy: The Next Generation), by Kendare…
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Dr. Max Fraser shares the often overlooked story of the “hillbilly highway,” the route nearly eight million poor, rural, white Americans took in the 20th century from economically depressed areas in the Southeastern and Southern United States toward higher paying factory jobs in the Upper South and Midwest. He explains how the social advancement an…
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Kiddo balks at the idea of brushing his teeth, but Mimi cleverly explains that it's a mitzvah, -- commandment or good deed -- which is something he loves. In this episode, she reads, Hillel Takes a Bath, written by Vicki L. Weber and illustrated by John Joven, and used with permission from Behrman House. Episode Cast and Credits: Afternoons With Mi…
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May is National Foster Care month! To encourage adoption, we're highlighting some of the most famous fictional orphans from English & French literature.Check out what we talked about:Books mentioned:"Jane Eyre" by Charlotte Brontë with readalike "Great Expectations" by Charles Dickens. The series "A Series of Unfortunate Events" by Lemony Snicket w…
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A couple of weeks ago, I accidentally read a post-apocalyptic book and watched a post-apocalyptic movie in the same week, and I decided I needed to talk about them. This episode is about La Jetée (1962), directed by Chris Marker, and I Who Have Never Known Men (1995), written by Jacqueline Harpman. I hope you enjoy. Visit www.angourieslibrary.com f…
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Erica and Brooke, one of the Library's Maintenance staff, talk about two new historical fiction titles and what we can learn from them. Titles and authors mentioned in this episode: The Women by Kristen Hannah Cahokia Jazz by Francis Spufford China Beach (TV Series) Lou Berney S.A. Cosby Dwyer Murphy The Yiddish Policeman's Union by Michael Chabon …
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