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Orange Car With Stripes

Read by Tom Lichtenberg

Tom Lichtenberg

This "atheist science fiction comedy cult classic” follows the trail of a Professor of Defunct Sciences as he attempts to discover the …

Bobby and the Bedouins

Read by Tom Lichtenberg

Tom Lichtenberg

Mario Flambeau was once a guitar god, a superstar in the psychedelic heyday. Now he’s a burned-out wreck. When a desperate producer finds hi…

Turns About Town

Read by Tom Penn

Robert Cortes Holliday

Robert Cortes Holliday was an early 20th century essayist, editor, and librarian. Writer Christopher Morley said that he "has the genu…

After the Divorce

Read by Tom Denholm

Grazia Deledda

Giovanna and Costantino Ledda are a happily married couple living with their young child in a Sardinian country village close to their exten…

Don, a Runaway Dog: His Many Adventures

Read by Tom Hirsch

Richard Barnum

Don was one of five little puppies. With his brothers and sisters he cuddled up close to Mrs. Gurr, the mother dog, to keep warm, for it was…

If You Touch Them They Vanish

Read by Tom Penn

Gouverneur Morris

"No man who has not endured solitude in long doses knows how vivid, real, and necessary people and things of the imagination may become…

In Darkest England and the Way Out

Read by Tom Hirsch (1947-2022)

William Booth

William Booth (1829 – 1912) was the founding General of the Salvation Army in late nineteenth century England. Finding his salvation as a te…

Captain John Crane, 1800 - 1815

Read by Tom Hirsch (1947-2022)

Thomas Wallace Knox

John and David grew up best of friends, outgoing and full of adventure. Living but miles from the sea west of Boston, right on the cusp of m…

Brother Francis

Read by Tom Hirsch (1947-2022)

Eileen Douglas

Or, Less than the Least The following pages have been written by my request with a view to making the Soldiers of The Salvation Army somewha…

The Airship Boys in the Great War

Read by Tom Hirsch (1947-2022)

De Lysle Ferree Cass and De Lysle Ferrée Cass

Little did Alan, Ned and Buck suspect what they were getting themselves in for when they approached the editor of The Herald with their plan…

The Authoritative Life of General William Booth

Read by Tom Hirsch (1947-2022)

George Scott Railton

William Booth, together with his wife Catherine founded a small mission in London which eventually expanded to become a global movement, car…

The Radio Boys Trailing a Voice; Or, Solving a Wireless Mystery

Read by Tom Hirsch (1947-2022)

Allen Chapman

Radio is an ideal boy’s hobby, but it is not limited to youth. Nevertheless it offers a wonderful scope for the unquenchable enthusiasm that…

Tales of a Vanishing River

Read by Tom Hirsch (1947-2022)

Earl Reed

The background of this collection of sketches and stories is the country through which flowed one of the most interesting of our western riv…

Tommy Trot's Visit to Santa Claus

Read by Tom Hirsch (1947-2022)

Thomas Nelson Page

A charming tale about an Tommy, affluent Virginia boy who always gets what he wants at Christmas, only to discover his toys never make him q…

Crossing the Threshold: Identity, Integration and Multiculturalism in British an…

In Centre on Migration, Policy and Society (COMPAS)

Read by Sarah Hackett


University of Oxford Podcasts

Sisterhood and Female Friendship in a Seventeenth Century Miscellany: Constance …

In Keble College

Read by Helen Hackett


University of Oxford Podcasts

01 - A Strange Request

In Tom Swift in Captivity

Read by Tom Weiss

Victor Appleton

Tom Swift is approached by Mr. Preston, the owner of a circus, and begins to tell the story of Jake Poddington, Mr. Preston's most skilled h…

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