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Wordquest-fm podcasts

 
  IF you have any problems with the sound stopping during playback when you are using the little players on the left, click the links on the right to play the file in iTunes (or similar).
Wordquest-fm No. 2 [20 June 2011] "Small Talk at Wreyland" Cecil Torr On a mobile? Click here to play in iTunes
Wordquest-fm No. 3 [06 July 2011] "More Country Talk" JHB Peel On a mobile? Click here to play in iTunes
Wordquest-fm No. 6 [03 August 2011] Galsworthy: The Apple Tree (pt 1) On a mobile? Click here to play in iTunes
Wordquest-fm No. 7 [17 August 2011] Galsworthy: The Apple Tree (pt 2) On a mobile? Click here to play in iTunes
Wordquest-fm No. 9 [22 Sept 2011]"Portrait of Dartmoor" Vian Smith On a mobile? Click here to play in iTunes
Wordquest-fm No. 10 [29 Sept 2011] Fanny (Frances) Burney On a mobile? Click here to play in iTunes
Wordquest-fm No. 11 [06 October 2011] Oscar Wilde On a mobile? Click here to play in iTunes
n/a Wordquest-fm No. 12 [13 October 2011] Henry James Not available
Wordquest-fm No. 13 [20 October 2011] guest writer: Laurence Shelley. Laurence, from Bideford, talks about using walking, hitch-hiking, place and chance as inspiration. On a mobile? Click here to play in iTunes
Wordquest-fm No. 14 [27 October 2011] John Keats On a mobile? Click here to play in iTunes
Wordquest-fm No. 15 [3 November 2011] The Cockington Complex, with GeoTrio (Phil Smith, Tony Lidington, and Hugh Nankivell) - a musical, botanical, theatrical, historical, sociological, geological and mythological walk around the grounds of Cockington Court, Torquay. Recording by Anna Keleher (edited for radio) On a mobile? Click here to play in iTunes
Wordquest-fm No 16 [10 November 2011] Jane Beeson's 'Star-Eyed Fool', read by Mark Beeson and Susannah Lash, and edited by Richard Povall On a mobile? Click here to play in iTunes
Wordquest-fm No 17 [17 November 2011] conversations with and readings by poet John Hall On a mobile? Click here to play in iTunes
Wordquest-fm No 18 [24 November 2011] from Aune Head Arts' 'soundings' project. Sound artists Sue Palmer, Jennie Hayes and Kate Green and the voices of older people living in three rural Devon communities. On a mobile? Click here to play in iTunes
Wordquest-fm No 19 [1 December 2011] conversations with and readings by poet Lawrence Sail. On a mobile? Click here to play in iTunes
Wordquest-fm No 20 [8 December 2011] "The Adventure of Abbey Grange" - a Librivox recording of a story by Sir Arthur Conan Doyle. On a mobile? Click here to play in iTunes
Wordquest-fm No 21 [15 December 2011] conversations with and readings by Roselle Angwin. On a mobile? Click here to play in iTunes
Wordquest-fm No 22 [12 January 2012] readings by Dani Redd, Graham Burchell, Janet Shartp, Sara Hurley, Susannah Lash, Douglas Young, Erica Loram, James Paxman, Laurence Shelley, Lunar Hine, Peter Villiers, and Phil De Burlet, all from workshop writing done as part of Clare George's 'A Short History of the Future of Dartmoor'. All of these readings are also featured below, including the ones we weren't able to include in the show. On a mobile? Click here to play in iTunes
Wordquest-fm No 23 [19 January 2012]. Mark Drummond from earthdrum theatre performs the first part of the Spelt trilogy: Spelt's Chapbook. On a mobile? Click here to play in iTunes
  Wordquest-fm No 24 [23 January 2012]. Mark Drummond from earthdrum theatre performs the second part of the Spelt trilogy: Spelt's Rosary. coming soon...
 

A Short History of the Future of Dartmoor - Workshop Stories

 
 

Below are a section of short stories created in the writing workshops led by Clare George as part of her 'Imagine There's a Future' project.

Starting with a discussion of today’s plans for the National Park, participants were transported to 2084, where they were presented a short history of how those plans worked out. Participants then worked together and separately to create their own stories set in that imagined future....

 
  Recorded in Ashburton  
Alan Grant download/link
audio Dani Redd download/link
audio Graham Burchell download/link
audio Janet Sharp download/link
audio Margaret Bradshaw download/link
audio Sara Hurley download/link
audio Susanna Lash download/link
  Recorded in Chagford  
audio Douglas Young download/link
audio Erica Loram download/link
audio James Paxman download/link
audio Laurence Shelly download/link
audio Lunar Hine download/link
audio Peter Villiers download/link
audio Phil De Burlet download/link
  Recorded in Tavistock  
audio Ann Pulsford download/link
audio Jack Walker download/link
audio Jan Robinson download/link
audio Peggy Salmon download/link
     
 

Wordquest Devon podcasts

 
- Margaret (volunteer) reading Storytrail Book 1 at Belstone Village Hall, Sept 24, 2011 download/link
- Interview with Clare George and Sarah Cobley on BBC Radio Devon download/link
WoedQuest Devon Tombola podcast Podcast: Tombola Event by Paula Crutchlow WQD_Tombola.mp3
- Poem: Vilanelle by Catherine Simmonds. Bellever Forest. 2:22 Vilanelle(box).mp3
- Poem: Mare by Tania Van Schalkwyck. Frenchbeer Farm. 0:49 2-Mare(16).mp3
- Poem: FarmArt by Tania Van Schalkwyck. Frenchbeer Farm. 3:16 FarmArt.mp3
- Sound poem by Hannah Standen. Greenwell Farm. 2:08 farmtable2.mp3
- On the River by Martin Prothero. Tamar Valley. 1:42 Very-local.mp3
- The Tavy Tars by Martin Prothero. Bere Ferrers. 21:34 Tars.mp3
- Hear the sea at Bigbury-on-sea by Richard Povall. 13:11 sea_atmos.mp3
- About birds on the River Tamar by Martin Prothero. Tamar Valley AONB. 5:50 RSPB.mp3
- Rosa (aged 8) tells us what she heard today by Gregg Wagstaff. Frenchbeer Farm. 2:09 rosa-diary.mp3
- Sound poem by Kelly Nevett. Pixies Holt. 1:51 pixies(box).mp3
- Pete Kent by Martin Prothero. Tamar Valley AONB. 3:37 Pete-Kent.mp3
- About Dartmoor ponies by Gregg Wagstaff. Dartmoor Nat Park / Frenchbeer Farm. 5:43 malseed-pony.mp3
- About hill farm breeds by Gregg Wagstaff. Dartmoor Nat Park / Frenchbeer Farm. 2:55 malseed-hills.mp3
- Skipper of a Tamar Vallery riverboat by Martin Prothero. Tamar Valley AONB. 13:37 Francis-skipper.mp3
- What is a farmer's wife? by Gregg Wagstaff. Frenchbeer Farm. 2:56 farmers-wife.mp3
- Do birds have regional accents? by Martin Prothero. Tamar Valley AONB. 6:19 Bruce-3.mp3
- Clock chimes by Andy Stevens. Ashburton (St Andrews Church). 1:12 3-01_ashburton-clock.mp3
- Calling changes (bell ringing) by Richard Povall. Drewsteignton. 5:02 1-16-drews'n inside.mp3
- 2 ladies by Martin Prothero. Paignton. 2:18 2-ladies.mp3
     
  Other related podcasts and audio links  
  The Penguin Podcast Web page link
  The Poetry Archive - hear poets reading their work Web page link
  Warwick University's iPhone™ App featuring writers reading their work Web page link
- The British Library has released a CD called "The Writing Life: Authors Speak" with a fabulous set of interviews with giants of 20thC literature. It is not available for dowload, but you can find out more here. Sample podcast (mp3)
  The British Library Recording of the Week Web page link
  James Joyce reads from Ulysses Web page link
 

List of author recordings from Poetry Kit

Web page link
  iPhone™ App from The Poetry Foundation - readings and texts Web page link
  Poetry Daily also has an iPhone™ App - just enter "Poetry Daily" in the iTunes Store iTunes
     
     

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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