LibriVox Community Podcast #117
Listen to LibriVox Community Podcast #117
hosted by Bob Gonzalez (bobgon55)
A LibriVox Community Podcast celebrating … the Librivox Community Podcasts.
With contributions from: Esther (Starlite), Martin Geeson, Nick Clifford, Cori Samuel, Jim Mowatt, Ruth Golding, Timothy Ferguson, Phil Chenevert, Lars Rolander, David Barnes, and Sean McGaughey (ductapeguy).
Opening and intro (0:00)
Esther (Starlite) with Statistics (00:47)
Martin Geeson, DPL of Roderick Hudson (02:35)
Nick Clifford, Reader of Roderick Hudson (03:42)
Excerpt from Roderick Hudson (04:39)
Cori Samuel speaking on and reading an excerpt from Frankenstein (06:00)
Bob Gonzalez reflects on & gives facts about past LibriVox Community Podcasts (09:00)
Jim Mowatt on the origin of the LibriVox Community Podcast (11:17)
Cori Samuel on hosting a LibriVox Community Podcast (14:09)
Ruth Golding for the Christmas collections (16:27)
Timothy Ferguson for the 2012 Year of Reading Australia (18:28)
Phil Chenevert for his LibriVox instructional videos (21:21)
Bob Gonzalez on LibriVox Community Podcast Archives (23:27)
Lars Rolander on the power of the storyteller (26:08)
David Barnes on his memorable podcast hosting event (31:17)
Jim Mowatt and Sean McGaughey reflect on the LibriVox Community Podcasts (36:38)
Bob Gonzalez Outro:
Exhortation to host/contribute to LV Community Podcasts & Thank yous (49:06)
How to find all past LibriVox Community Podcasts:
Click here to go directly to the LibriVox Community Podcast wiki page
Or if you want to navigate your way there from the LibriVox homepage:
On the right hand column under LibriVox Links, click LibriVox wiki, which takes you to the wiki’s main page.
Under the second heading, entitled “Listening,”
on the far right you will see a column called “Other Resources for Listeners.”
The first link in that column is “LibriVox Community Podcasts.”
Click this link and at the top of the LibriVox Community Podcast page, you will find links to all podcasts grouped by year.
Clicking any of these links will take you to the Internet Archive page where they are stored.