The simple pleasures are always the best. Especially if they are free too. For example, when I am travelling, jogging or walking home, I listen to the following:
In the most recent podcast, Nathan Englander reads John Cheever's "The Enormous Radio" first published in 1947 but still wonderful after all these years
Like an honest conversation between friends. People read out poems, stories or essays that they love and explain why. Emily Dickinson is discussed in the most recent podcast.
Maya Angelou is featured in an interview from Autumn 2005.
Very American, brash and . Roxanne Gay's Bad Feminist is feature in a recent podcast.
There is something so English about DID. I can remember listening to this show when I grew up in England in the 70s. Music makes people open up and present a different aspect to the world. Recently from the archive I listened to Philip Larkin taking the complete plays of GBS to the desert island where he wished spend his time trying to write a novel.
This guy is cool and a wonderful writer.
About to listen to 'White Lotus rebels & South China Pirates'. Hmm … exoticization, anyone? More thoughts soon.