historyradio.org We have started adding some readings of some more recent writers to our radio playlist. We have added two stories by scifi writer Alan V. Hare, two stories by horror writer Soren Narnia, and a reading of Kelly Link's (photo credit: wiki/Cory Doctorow) award-winning short story "Most of my friends are two thirds water."18.05.2019 08:35 pmLike
historyradio.org The inauguration of Donald Trump in 2016 was clearly a historic event. So were the controversies surrounding the election. We have therefore added a reading of some excerpts from the Mueller report on Russian election interference to our Sunday history playlist (we don't take sides, we simply quote from the report). We have also added a long (perhaps too long) dramatization of The Moonstone by Wilkie Collins, as well as readings of more stories by Arthur Conan Doyle and Edward Page Mitchell.15.05.2019 04:29 pmLike
historyradio.org Some of the phone apps that include our radio stream are quite large and complicated. We have therefore created The Tiny Educational Radio App, an app that includes only the educational talk radio stations that are available. Strangely, we couldn't find that many. This app will, however, allow you to learn, both science, literature, history and politics via radio. Have a look, and feedback is very much appreciated. https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=tiny.educationalradioapp&hl=en12.05.2019 08:04 amLike
historyradio.org This week we have added stories by Richard Connell, James Barrie, Arthur Conan Doyle, Stephen Crane and Jack London to our radio playlists. We have pretty much covered everything from Sherlock Holmes and professor Challenger to the plague.10.05.2019 11:46 amLike
historyradio.org In our fiction section, we have published a short story by J.-H. Rosny, the pseudonyme for two brothers. They are considered second only to Jules Verne in the history of French science fiction. This 1888 story, however, is not science fiction. https://historyradio.org/2019/05/08/the-may-bug-the-story-of-its-capture/08.05.2019 01:30 amLike