Friday, 25 November 2011
Here we go with episode 20!
Here's a direct link to this week's episode, right click and save link to download it to your hard drive. If you enjoy these stories, please consider leaving some feedback as a comment and/or subscribing on i-Tunes or RSS.
I hope you enjoy this story about how a little village came to be called Bakerton after a baker and a miller saved it from some savage bears with cunning and magic. You will even learn to speak a handy bit of the bear's language.
The soundtrack is from Magnatune artists: Ehren Starks and Anthony Salvo.
Wishing you sweet dreams ... until next time ...
Posted by Seymour Jacklin at 09:27
Tuesday, 15 November 2011
Here is a story that is stitched together from ideas that occurred to me while out walking the dog, my ponderings on the nature of fear, a dream from a long time ago, and a more recent journey in my own soul - it kind of emerged over the course of the last week.
Is there something in you that needs unblocking so it can come to life again?
Here's the direct link for this week's episode. If you have time, check out the archive to download any of the previous 18 episodes and I hope you find something you like.
The atmospheric sound track is by Indidginus from the album Circa Diem - worth a listen right through by itself as it takes the listener on an aural journey from dawn to night ...
Sweet dreams ...
Posted by Seymour Jacklin at 00:57
Friday, 4 November 2011
Here's the direct link to the MP3 of this week's episode, to download it "right click" and "save link as". You can also listen by clicking on the flash player above or via iTunes or by subscribing to the feed with any other podcast client.
I have no doubt that many of you will recognise this story as yet another variant of a popular folk tale. I remember hearing it as a child. usually the "take home message" is something to do with collaborating and contributing to a greater effort, but here's my take on it ...
If you enjoy the background music on these podcasts, it is all available from magnatune.com where you can listen online for free or download stuff for a bargain subscription. This weeks soundtrack is from Countryside Stroll by Cari Live.
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Until next week, enjoy, and ... sweet dreams ...
Posted by Seymour Jacklin at 00:08