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#1  tubemonkey 02-18-2021, 10:03 PM
Book Podcasts -- updated 01 Mar 2021


Books by the Chapter -- new chapters several times a week
Books by the Chapter -- new chapters every day
Short Stories -- new stories every week.
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#2  tubemonkey 02-18-2021, 10:12 PM
Audiobook Break (AudioFile Magazine)

New chapters posted three times a week (Mon-Wed-Fri)

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Are You Listening to AudioFile's podcast?

Listen to an audiobook chapter by chapter. In collaboration with audio publishers and professional narrators, AudioFile serializes extraordinary audiobooks. Three times a week, we bring you a new chapter; listen throughout the week or binge them on the weekend. Hear great books brought to life with brilliant performances and produced with the highest audio standards. It's a wonderful way to take a break—an audiobook break.

Subscribe directly in Apple Podcasts, Stitcher, Google Podcasts, or wherever you get your podcasts.
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Introducing Audiobook Break, AudioFile’s New Podcast—an Old-New Idea
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#3  tubemonkey 02-18-2021, 10:16 PM
Chapter A Day (Wisconsin Public Radio)

New chapter posted every weekday

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Started in 1931, "Chapter a Day" is WPR's longest-running program. Jim Fleming, Norman Gilliland, Susan Sweeney and Michele Good read a chapter from a book for a half hour each weekday. Genres are predominately contemporary and range from works of fiction, history and biography. "Chapter A Day" can be heard weekdays on the Ideas Network at 12:30 p.m. and 11 p.m. Readings are archived for just one week after their broadcast due to publisher copyright restrictions.
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NOTE: binge listening to these books is pretty much impossible for two reasons. First, chapters expire one week after first being broadcast and second, new chapters are only added on weekdays. If you wait until the book is finished before you start listening, the first few chapters will no longer be available.
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The story of history is a ceaseless conversation between past and present, and in American Dialogue Joseph J. Ellis focuses the conversation on the often-asked question "What would the Founding Fathers think?"
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#4  tubemonkey 02-18-2021, 10:21 PM
Phoebe Reads a Mystery -- updated 18 Feb 2021

New chapter(s) posted every day -- previous books still available

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Phoebe reads a chapter a day from a mystery novel.
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#5  tubemonkey 02-18-2021, 10:45 PM
The Classic Tales Podcast -- updated 26 Feb 2021

New story posted every Friday -- previous stories still available

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Unabridged. Professional. Classic. 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 Gothic castles of Eastern Europe, 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.
Last 5 Stories (hundreds available) -- click playing time for MP3 download link
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#6  tubemonkey 02-19-2021, 07:17 PM
The Classic Tales Podcast
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What will our hero see when he climbs to the top of the castle? H.P. Lovecraft, today on The Classic Tales Podcast.
Next week's story will be posted on Fri 26 Feb
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#7  tubemonkey 02-26-2021, 11:18 AM
The Classic Tales Podcast
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Death is the tragic result of Lupin’s latest burglary. Has the gentleman thief gone too far? Maurice Leblanc, today on The Classic Tales Podcast.
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App users can hear the poem, “She Walks in Beauty”, by George Gordon, Lord Byron, in the special features for today’s episode.

And if it’s more convenient, we are streaming our episodes through YouTube, now. A link can be found in the comments section for today’s episode.
Next week's story will be posted on Fri 05 Mar
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#8  tubemonkey 03-01-2021, 12:15 PM
Chapter A Day (Wisconsin Public Radio)
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Wisconsin is in the midst of an identity crisis, torn by new political divisions and the old gulf between city and countryside. Cobbling rivers together, from the burly Mississippi to the slender wilds of Tyler Forks, Hildebrand navigates the beautiful but complicated territory of home. In once prosperous small towns, he discovers unsung heroes—lockmasters, river rats, hotelkeepers, mechanics, environmentalists, tribal leaders, and perennial mayors—struggling to keep their communities afloat.
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"Chapter A Day" can be heard weekdays on the Ideas Network at 12:30 p.m. and 11 p.m. Readings are archived for just one week after their broadcast due to publisher copyright restrictions.
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