Fun Friday – Podcasting with Jane

Witness adults sharing their most embarrassing childhood artifacts (journals, letters, poems, lyrics, plays, home movies, art) with others, in order to reveal stories about their lives.This is how Mortified describes it's content and on episode 166 of the podcast are journal entries of teens who would love to live in Regency England.  You can listen … Continue reading Fun Friday – Podcasting with Jane

Fun Friday: Podcasting with Jane

The June 18, 2019 episode of the The Great Books Podcast discussed Sense and Sensibility.The Great Books is a podcast put out by National Review. It is hosted by national correspondent and professor at Hillsdale College, John J. Miller.  Miller discusses classic works within the Western literary canon.You can find the podcast episode here - Episode … Continue reading Fun Friday: Podcasting with Jane

Flashback Friday! – Friday Audio – Kathyrn Sutherland’s Jane Austen Talks

This post was originally shared on June 22, 2012Our friends at JASNA - New York Metro Region shared this last week:Two podcasts (audio) from Oxford's Bodleian Library series featuring Kathryn Sutherland speaking on Jane Austen and what we can learn from her manuscripts about her life, writing style and techniques: Jane Austen Podcasts.I've included the first … Continue reading Flashback Friday! – Friday Audio – Kathyrn Sutherland’s Jane Austen Talks

Friday Fun – SRSLY: A Jane Austen Special

SRSLY is a podcast by The New Statesman and hosted by Caroline and Anna. The description of the podcast reads:Caroline and Anna give the latest TV, films, books, albums and games the serious treatment you didn't even know they needed. Episode #124 is A Jane Austen Special - EmmaCaroline and Anna examine the major adaptations of … Continue reading Friday Fun – SRSLY: A Jane Austen Special

Podcasting with Jane – Stuff You Missed in History Class

One of my favorite podcasts to listen too it Stuff You Missed in History Class.  They cover a lot of interesting historical stories that either have gotten glossed over or forgotten about in history.  A recent podcast sparked my interest and the time period worked with our era of Jane so I thought I would … Continue reading Podcasting with Jane – Stuff You Missed in History Class

Podcasting with Jane with Slate.com

Slate's Audio Book Club celebrated Pride and Prejudice's 200th birthday with this episode. In this episode the hosts "discuss why the novel still bewitches us, whether it is fundamentally radical or conservative about gender and class, and the difference between Austen people and Brontë people. They also envision what a Jane Austen dating service might … Continue reading Podcasting with Jane with Slate.com

Podcasting with Jane – Going to College

This month's podcast selection are lecture notes from British Literature II Jane Austen Lecture Notes.This podcast was part of the required course work for the class taught by Beth Ritter-Guth at Union County College in Cranford, NJ.You can listen to the podcast here - Lecture Notes for Jane Austen's Emmaand read the transcript here - … Continue reading Podcasting with Jane – Going to College