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GSMC Classics: American Novels Episode 1: Moby Dick

GSMC Classics: American Novels

A dramatization of Moby Dick by Herman Melville. GSMC Classics presents some of the greatest classic radio broadcasts, classic novels, dramas, comedies, mysteries, and theatrical presentations from a bygone era. The GSMC Classics collection is the embodiment of the best of the golden age of radio. Let Golden State Media Concepts take you on a ride through the classic age of radio, with this compiled collection of episodes from a wide variety of old programs. PLEASE NOTE GSMC Podcast Network presents these shows as historical content and have brought them to you unedited. Remember that times have changed and some shows might not reflect the standards of today’s politically correct society. The shows do not necessarily reflect the views, standards, or beliefs of Golden State Media Concepts or the GSMC Podcast Network. Our goal is to entertain, educate give you a glimpse into the past.


21 Jun 2021

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Episode 31 - What's More Comforting Than A Fischler, Maybe Moby Dick?

That Real Blind Tech Show

It is a fully crewed fully packed virtual self distanced That Real Blind Tech show studio, as the entire gang is back together again. We  start off with the ancient philosophers question of how stupid are sighted people when it comes to blindness? We then dive in to the sale of Yahoo Fantasy and what it means for the future of the accessibility for the app. Believe it or not but it seems like Uber drivers have found a new way to attempt to complicate the lives of blind guide dog handlers. Who has the better nickname, Steve Jobs for Facebook or That Real Blind Tech Show for Mark Zuckerberg? Hungary for dinner? Why not have an Aira agent help you with your order? Because we do not have enough to worry about in the world these days, researchers have added something to the plate for anyone who gets rid of an old phone number. Have Audio social media apps already jumped the shark? In case they have not, we discuss our first experiences with Twitter Spaces. Then because it is not about Brian all the time, we get Ed and Allison’s thoughts about iOS14.5. If you could have any celebrity voice as your VoiceOver voice, who would it be? Apple is rumored to be offering a Lossless audio service coming soon, would you subscribe to it? In a not so distant future Apple is rumored to be working on Apple Glass which will have a brightness adjusting feature that we ponder if it will be helpful to visually impaired people? Digital Spring Time cleaning is it just for lunatics? If you have not checked recently, Pages for iOS has become a full blown very accessible word processor on iOS. It even has keyboard commands galore. And it is more of What’s Pissing Off Brian Now and an absolute classic Watcha Streaming Watcha Reading that goes completely off the rails and is a must hear!. To contact That Real Blind Tech Show, you can email us at ThatRealBlindTechShow@gmail.com, join our Facebook Group That Real Blind Tech Show, join us on the Twitter @BlindTechShow , or leave us an old school phone message at 929-367-1005. Articles Discussed IN This Episode 1. Verizon sells Yahoo for half of what they paid for it. 2. Steve Jobs once referred to Facebook as Fecibook. VoiceOver users are going to want to spell that one out by character. 3. Researchers say your old phone number could get you hacked. 4. Clubhouse app downloads are already on a massive decline. 5. Twitter Spaces is here for those with 600 plus followers. 6. Facebook is asking users to allow ad tracking to help keep it free. 7. iOS 14.5 has broken Apple’s own podcast plater. 8. Apple may launch a lossless streaming service in weeks. 9. Apple glass could adjust brightness to make it more useful.

1hr 14mins

9 May 2021

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Episode 2: Diving with MOBY DICK

Great American Novel

The Great American Novel podcast is an ongoing discussion about the novels we hold up as significant achievements in our American literary culture.  Additionally, we sometimes suggest novels who should break into the sometimes problematical canon and at other times we’ll suggest books which can be dropped from such lofty consideration.  Your hosts are Kirk Curnutt and Scott Yarbrough, professors with  little time and less sense who nonetheless enjoy a good book banter.   This episode focuses on the novel branded more than any other as the Great American Epic Novel: Herman Melville’s classic 1851 novel Moby Dick. We delve into such important questions as, why was the whale white?  What does it mean that Ahab leaves behind wife and child?  Is he thwarting the will of God?  Is Gregory Peck better in the film role than Patrick Stewart?  Why chapters about ropes and squeezing sperm? Why, when all is said and done, is this the most canonical of all canonical novels?  Is it truly worthy of the label “Great American Novel”? Additionally, for Canon Fodder Kirk proposes Charles Johnson’s excellent 1990 novel, Middle Passage.  The intro song is “Old Ralley” by Lobo Loco; the outro is “Inspector Invisible,” also by Lobo Loco.  The film trailer clips are from Moby Dick, directed by John Huston in 1956.

1hr 19mins

23 Apr 2021

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Episode 6 - Moby Dick in a Supermarket

Cartoon Caption Contest Podcast

On this week's episode we reveal next week's guest, Paul Karasick. Then we discuss...Winning Entry for New Yorker Caption Contest #749  Finalists for New Yorker Caption  Contest #751   Current New Yorker Caption  Contest #753 https://www.newyorker.com/cartoons/contest#thisweek


20 Apr 2021

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Theatre in the Dark presents Moby Dick

John Landecker

Corey Bradberry from Chicago-based troupe Theater in the Dark takes you into their adaptation of the epic novel, Moby-Dick. Corey joins John Landecker to talk about how the company has turned the literary classic into an audio drama and shares a preview of the high-seas adventure. https://serve.castfire.com/audio/3824614/3824614_2021-03-30-032014.64kmono.mp3

30 Mar 2021

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Moby Dick part twenty four-Of whales in wood; in stone; in mountains; in stars

Knight Reader

Host Dylan C takes the listener on an educational ride down the winding tunnel of whales throughout history


28 Mar 2021

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4. Kim Blanck from 'Alice by Heart' and 'Moby Dick'!

Those Who Inspire

Episode four is here!!! This week, Emaley is sitting down with the stunning Kim Blanck to muse about Dave Malloy and to talk about the importance of being in an ensemble, and finding joy in chaos. Enjoy :) MUSIC: "Forest" from 'Octet' and "Winter Blooms" from 'Alice by Heart' Kim's Insta: @kblanck Kim's Favorite Movie :) - https://www.google.com/search?q=la+story&oq=la+story&aqs=chrome..69i57j46i433j0l5j46.3527j0j7&sourceid=chrome&ie=UTF-8 

1hr 11mins

21 Nov 2020

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Moby Dick part twenty two-Spirit Spout, Meeting with the Albatross, Starbucks Anguish

Knight Reader

Take an in depth listen to these chapters, brought to life with voices and music! The crew views a mysterious spout nightly, and they come across another Nantucket whaling ship. They are met with odd events. Starbuck finds Ahab asleep in a terrible upright pose, and Ishmael is at a loss, and a haunting story plagues the crew regarding the white whale.


28 Oct 2020

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Moby Dick: Chapter 3

Audiobooks by AnthroMetal

Anthro reads the third chapter of Herman Melville's classic, Moby Dick. AnthroMetal (Nic) records and streams the readings on his Twitch channel at https://twitch.tv/anthrometal every Sunday at 11:30am CDT. Video on demand versions are also available on both Twitch and on YouTube at https://youtube.com/theanthrometal. Follow AnthroMetal on Twitter at https://twitter.com/anthrometal Follow AnthroMetal on Facebook at https://facebook.com/anthrometal Read a good book and be happy.--- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/audiobooks-by-anthrometal/support


19 Oct 2020

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Moby Dick, or the Whale by Herman Melville (1819 - 1891)

Frugal Quail

Read by Stewart Wills in 2007 and released to the public domain by Librivox.I am rebroadcasting excellent performances to aid in their spread. Please support Librivox and the Internet Archive at their respective websites.Support link for me: https://anchor.fm/frugal-quail/support--- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/frugal-quail/support


15 Sep 2020