Non-fiction variety

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I got into podcasts through the literary craft-friendly ones like Craftlit and Forgotten Classics, (both often referred to here) and I now seem to be downloading hours’ worth every day of many different types and topics.(Why no, I can’t really keep up!) It was actually Julie on Forgotten Classics (in the USA, ironically enough) who pointed out that RTE are podcasting their documentary archive, including old and new works. Having grown up in Ireland I appreciate the local references, and sometimes it’s good to be able to discuss programmes with my mother that she’s heard on the radio, but these are so very varied that anyone could find some to interest them.

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One Response to “Non-fiction variety”

  1. hakea Says:

    Podcasts are driving me nuts at the moment too. There are psychology and philosophy podcasts from Yale and Oxford available free through iTunes University. Oh my!

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