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Lend Us Your Ears - A Podcast by West Sussex Libraries

Lend Us Your Ears - A Podcast by West Sussex Libraries

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The best place to hear all things West Sussex Libraries including a chance to hear us in conversation with bestselling authors.
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Lend Us Your Ears 06 Books of Past, Present and Future

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Lend Us Your Ears 08 The Big Jubilee Read
This month, Anna, Becca and Tom are discussing the books selected for The Big Jubilee Read, a reading list formed to mark the Queen's Platinum Jubilee celebrations. All of the books discussed are available to borrow through our library catalogue. Thanks to Anna and Becca Narrator - Tom Music - Signs to Nowhere by Shane Ivers at silvermansounds.com
29:34
May 18, 2022
Lend Us Your Ears 07 Feel Good Reads
This month Robin, Tom and Sam are discussing their favourite books to make them feel good, whether they’re uplifting tales, inspiring real life experiences or simply books that are familiar comfort reads. All of the books discussed are available to borrow through our library catalogue. Thanks to Robin Sweet and Sam White Narrator - Tom Batten Music - Signs to Nowhere by Shane Ivers at silvermansounds.com
29:53
May 03, 2022
Lend Us Your Ears 06 Books of Past, Present and Future
We’ve decided on a Christmas Carol theme this month with librarians Robin, Tom and Sam each discussing their favourite books of Christmas past, present and even some for the future. We hope there will be enough great recommendations to soften the heart of even the most miserly Scrooge. All of the books discussed are available to borrow through our library catalogue. Thanks to Robin Sweet and Sam White Narrator - Tom Batten Music - Signs to Nowhere by Shane Ivers at silvermansounds.com
26:33
December 20, 2021
Lend Us Your Ears 05 Phoebe Wynne
In July, we chatted to debut novelist, Phoebe Wynne about her book, Madam as part of the Adur and Worthing Reading Challenge. Thanks to Phoebe Wynne, Kirsty Franks and Tom Batten Narrator - Sam White Music - Signs to Nowhere by Shane Ivers at silvermansounds.com
46:12
September 20, 2021
Lend Us Your Ears 04 Wellbeing Special
In a special edition of Lend Us Your Ears, librarians Lyndsey, Jackie, Lavinia and Kirsty talk about how nature has impacted them throughout the pandemic as well as recommending books that explore nature. We have captured a list of all of the books mentioned which can be found here: https://arena.westsussex.gov.uk/web/arena/currentoffer/wellbeing-resources Thanks to Lyndsey Nichols, Jackie Manners, Lavinia McHugh and Kirsty Franks Narrator - Tom Batten Music - Happy Clappy Ukulele by Shane Ivers at silvermansounds.com
17:09
July 19, 2021
Lend Us Your Ears 03 Cathy Rentzenbrink
Last December, we interviewed author and reader Cathy Rentzenbrink about her book Dear Reader and the books that have had an impact on her. We have captured these recommendations for you which you can find here: https://arena.westsussex.gov.uk/web/arena/booklist-celebration-of-reading Cathy’s debut novel, Everyone is Still Alive comes out in July. If you are interested in joining our Virtual Reading Group on Facebook you can find it here: https://www.facebook.com/groups/198930654742744 Thanks to Cathy Rentzenbrink and Katie Gledhill Narrator - Robin Sweet Music - Signs to Nowhere by Shane Ivers at silvermansounds.com
54:48
June 28, 2021
Lend Us Your Ears 01 Isabel Ashdown
Welcome to the very first edition of Lend Us Your Ears - A Podcast by West Sussex Libraries which kicks off with a conversation with bestselling author, Isabel Ashdown as part of the BBC Novels That Shaped Our World campaign. If you are interested in joining our Virtual Reading Group on Facebook you can find it here: https://www.facebook.com/groups/198930654742744 We have provided a list of all the books that we discussed, we hope that we captured them all, plus a picture of Isabel's dog and a link to the photographer she mentioned. You can find the link to the list here: https://arena.westsussex.gov.uk/web/arena/booklist-isabel-ashdown-recommends Finally here is a link to Isabel's website https://isabelashdown.com/books/ Thanks to Isabel Ashdown, Katie Gledhill and the BBC Novels that Shaped our World campaign.  Narrator - Kirsty Franks Music - Signs to Nowhere by Shane Ivers at silvermansounds.com
55:23
March 29, 2021