Podcasts resources

Free podcasts resources:

  • Audio Books Corner provides a small collection of free audio books.
  • Audio Literature Odyssey is a collection of literature podcast produced by Nikolle Doolin.
  • Books Should Be Free produces free audio books from the public domain.
  • Classic Poetry Aloud is a collection of Podcasts of classic poems and English literature.
  • Free-books.org provides various of free resources, including MP3 books, teaching materials.
  • Free Christian Audio Books provides free Christian-themed audio books.
  • Free Classic AudioBooks provides downloads in mp3 and in m4b audio book format for iTunes and the iPod.
  • Kids Audio Books offers free kid’s stories in mp3 format.
  • Kiddie Records offers a wide collection of children’s classics from Kiddie Records Weekly.
  • LearnOutLoud podcast directory helps you to find both entertaining and educational materials, save your time and turning your ‘dead time’ (time spent commuting, exercising, doing chores, etc.) into ‘learning time’.
  • LibriVox volunteers record chapters of books in the public domain and release the audio files back onto the net. It makes all public domain books available as free audio books.
  • Lit2Go is a free online collection of stories and poems in Mp3 (audiobook) format.
  • NOVA Podcasts provides many audio and video podcasts from NOVA, which is the highest rated science series on television and the most watched documentary series on public television.
  • podiobook is free serialised audiobooks which are distributed via RSS, much like a podcast. Listeners can choose to receive the episodes of their books via an RSS feed or by listening to episodes by directly downloading episodes from this site.
  • Podcast Alley is a collection of education podcasts from various sources.
  • Poetry Archive allows you to listen to the world’s premier collection of poetry recordings for free.
  • Project Gutenberg provides human-read and computer-generated audio books.
  • Storynory has more than 100 free audio books for kids.
  • The Spoken Alexandria Project is creating a free Creative Commons library of spoken word recordings, consisting of classics in the public domain and modern works (with permission). AAC, Ogg Vorbis, and MP3 audiobooks available for free download and redistribution.
  • The Internet Poets’ Cooperative allows you access to hundreds of free poetry recordings in mp3 format.
  • Thought Audio provides some free audio books.
  • verkaro.org produces original audiobooks free to the public.

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