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TRR: Episode 3 “Autumn” Part 2

The second part in our Autumn series, this time we hear works written by Bill Nye (not the Science Guy), and A.A. Milne.

‘My Sweetheart’ by T.P.
‘The Old Surprise’ by Eunice Comstock
‘Autumn Thoughts’ by Bill Nye
‘A Word for Autumn’ by A.A. Milne
‘Said a Blade of Grass’ by Kahlil Gilbran

We have at least one more installment in the Autumn series, coming soon!

The Reader

TRR: Episode 3, “Autumn” Part 2
TRT: 22:00

The musical accompaniment for the show is provided through the kind generosity of Incompetech.com.

TRR: Episode 1, “Sleep” (Pilot)


I’ve wanted to do spoken word/oral interpretation for a long time, and finally decided to have a go. It’s been a long time since I did any podcasting on my own, so I’m a bit rusty, but it’s coming along. Consider this a sort of pilot, then.

In this, the inaugural episode of The Reader Reads, we take a short look at the subject of sleep, and sample the writings of both William Ernest Henley and Leolyn Louise Everett, and then close with Richard le Gallienne’s “Seaports of the Moon.”

The Reader

TRT: 15:44

Theme: Brandenburg Concerto No4-1 BWV1049 by Kevin MacLeod is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution license (https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/4.0/)
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