|A Midsummer's Night Dream|
Arthur Rackham, 1908
While there is no substitute for a live performance, watching and hearing a storyteller weave their magic right before your eyes, these podcasts are certainly treasures in their own right.
I am sure your will find many wonderful stories among the many links below to brighten your days!
Podcasts and Radio Shows
The Apple Seed Storytelling Show http://www.byuradio.org/show/be57d05dde3641708ae85b56c227ff86/the-apple-seed
The Art of Storytelling Show
Everything is Stories
The Heart of the StoryThe Moth
Porchlight Storytelling Series
Stories of the Journey Home
Tell a Tale
This American Life
This American Lifehttp://www.thisamericanlife.org/
World of Storytelling
Many thanks to Allison for asking the question and to the following storytellers for sharing the information:Ingrid Nixon
Karen Chace 2015 ©
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