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Talking Stories 46

Talking Stories 46

Chart positions

This show was 4th in the global interview chart.

The UK’s First and Leading Radio Programme
for All Lovers & Tellers of Tales Myths&Legends
114 Storytellers Over 330 Stories from real storytellers from our World
1 Mark Binder - Chinatown for Chanukah (Providence USA)
2 Monologue John Bartley - The Innkeeper (UK)
3 Dawn Kentish Knox - The Real Christmas Dinner (UK)
4 Richard Marsh - Holy Companion (Dublin Eire)
5 Drew Willard - Luke 4 and John 2 (USA)
6 Bobbee Storyteller Pennington - Hot Peanut Butter Sandwiches (Texas USA)
7 Wilf Archer - Wylfryd the Story Pedlar - Irate Tam (Orkney Scotland)
1 Jim Bates - Minstrel Boy (Minnesota USA)
2 Dorit Oliver Wolff BEM - Invisible (UK)
3 John Kelly - Green Eyes (UK)
4 Ger White - Lourdes Grotto & Sunday Morning Traditional Ways (Ireland)
PLUS a Story from Your Host Tony Cranston - Cloudland (London)
Chris Ross (London)
Arising From The Dust/ Lets Make Stories Dino (India)
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Nice program!


Do you have a Story or Poem to Share with the World? Email

Manuela Kelly Calzini

what a lovely idea...
thank you for telling us such beautiful stories ... X


Happy you like the programme Manuela Kellly Calzini


Recording the spoken word is not that easy. Brian Miller Talking Stories Sound Engineer/ Editor
Here is a checklist for you to consider before sending your recordings to Talking Stories
To enhance your story and the experience of the listener to your story
Listen to the recording you have just made
Can you hear the empty room?
Can you hear the rustle of page turning?
Did you trip over your words?
Is your voice clear all the way through?
Is this the best recording you can do?
Practice makes perfect
Do not use compressors, noise strippers etc.
We have better equipment for that anyway
We do spend a lot of time trying to undo those
All you need is a clear straight forward recording and do not do anything to it
Except edit out your errors
Low level recordings are poor recordings
Finally we would like it as A WAV or MP3 Audio file or CD
Email or We Transfer