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Podcast Spotlight – The Classic Tales podcast
Happy Wednesday ladies and gentlemen,
After a bit of a stressful week last week, I thought I ‘d showcase a podcast chock full of classic stories many of us might have heard of but, for whatever reason, never got into. Today’s spotlight shines on The Classic Tales podcast.
Tom Sawyer, Frankenstein, The Curious Case of Benjamin Button, Dracula’s Guest, The Strange Case of Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde, and Hamlet. You’ve heard of the titles, but for one reason or another, may not have gotten into the story because of the language used, the writing style, or just no free time. What if there was a podcast that offered these great stories in weekly installments and read by a smooth and well spoken reader?
The Classic Tales podcast has offered these stories and more . Hosted and read by B.J. Harrison, this podcast releases on a weekly basis and has been a mainstay in my podcast list since it began. There are so many stories that I’ve wanted to read and either didn’t have the time or had a hard time getting around the writing style of the author. There are even more stories I may not have heard of if not for this podcast as well. I look forward to his take on stories and highly recommend it to friends and family who love these classic pieces of literature.
You can find The Classic Tales podcast on Itunes or by going to B.J.’s website. Once at the site, you can also peruse his catalog of narrated stories not released for the podcast and all for very reasonable rates considering the quality and amount of content offered in each. You will not be disappointed.
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