The first award-winning season of The
Classic Tales Podcast, topping the iTunes charts as the #3 overall
podcast. Here B.J. Harrison reintroduces the world to the greatest
short fiction ever written, from Poe, Dickens, Hardy, Stevenson,
Fitzgerald and many, many others. Running Time: 23 Hours, 34
minutes List of Titles in Collection: The Cask of Amontillado, by
Edgar Allan Poe The Speckled Band, by Sir Arthur Conan Doyle
Barbara of the House of Grebe, by Thomas Hardy Rappaccini's
Daughter, by Nathaniel Hawthorn The Monkey's Paw, by W.W. Jacobs
The Lost Phoebe, by Theodore Dreiser The Pit and the Pendulum, by
Edgar Allan Poe The Magic Shop, by H.G. Wells The Red Headed
League, by Sir Arthur Conan Doyle The Baron of Grogswig, by Charles
Dickens The Ambitious Guest, by Nathaniel Hawthorne The Tell-Tale
Heart, by Edgar Allan Poe The Mortal Immortal, by Mary Shelley
Tobin's Palm, by O. Henry The Ransom of Red Chief, by O. Henry The
Eyes, by Edith Wharton The Model Millionaire, by Oscar Wilde The
Happy Prince, by Oscar Wilde The Sphinx Without a Secret, by Oscar
Wilde The Devil and Tom Walker, by Washington Irving Hurst of
Hurstcote, by E. Nesbit Selections from Hamlet, by William
Shakespeare The Captain of the Pole Star, by Sir Arthur Conan Doyle
The Vampyre, by John Polidori The Mark of the Beast, by Rudyard
Kipling The Hand, by Guy de Maupassant The Legend of Sleepy Hollow,
by Washington Irving Young Goodman Brown, by Nathaniel Hawthorne
The Celebrated Jumping Frog of Caleveras County, by Mark Twain The
Curious Case of Benjamin Button, by F. Scott Fitzgerald The Last
Leaf, by O. Henry The Gift of the Magi, by O. Henry A Christmas
Carol, by Charles Dickens
It's a pleasure to listen to these readings
From Phil Spertus of Austin, Texas on 1/9/2013.
Good Stories - BJ's readings are outstanding
From K. Wellum of Ancaster, Ontario on 8/13/2012.
I'm thoroughly enjoying The Classic Tales Podcast Season One. B.J. Harrison does a wonderful job bringing these classic tales to life. I highly recommend them to anyone who appreciates the rich beauty of the English language and the vast array of stories that have been written for our education and enjoyment.
From Toja7 of Spanish Fork, Utah on 6/15/2012.
A lot of great stories. A good deal.
Great Gateway Stories
From Adam of Baltimore, Maryland on 1/22/2012.
I listened to all of these podcasts as they were published weekly during the first year of The Classic Tales' conception. I have loved every one of them.These were the first audible stories that I had listened to which instantly got me hooked on the classics as well as newer audiobooks. I waited anxiously week by week for the newest story to appear on my download list. It was like Christmas every week!BJ's voice is superb and the way he changes it to portray the different characters in the story . . .
From Anonymous of Silver Spring, Maryland on 1/9/2012.
BJ is terrific as always--I don't know how he does so many different voices!One drawback: this comes in 66 files, each of which must be downloaded manually.
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