Audiobooks

  • A Cup of Tea by Katherine Mansfield

    'A Cup of Tea' is a modernist style short story written by Katherine Mansfield in 1922. Rosemary, the protagonist, is caught up in a fantasy of helping others, but it doesn't go as planned. This post takes you to a Podcast and further reading about the story. 

  • A Friend in Need by W Somerset Maugham

    A Friend in Need, a short story by Somerset Maugham. This is a cool and unemotional study of an unscrupulous man. As it often happens in Maugham's stories, the story takes an ironic turn and the true character of the man is revealed.

  • An Amateur Podcast turns into Apna Radio

    Apna Radio aka Our Radio is just a random shot to the galaxy of professional Podcasters and we are sure to grab a few shining stars with this out-of-the-way thing. The show was recorded without a given script and the surprised-but-smart people participated with a happy heart. 

  • Dusk by Saki

    Saki - Hector Hugh Munro - known for short stories that have a surprising ending. The complex bundle of the narrative gets unfolded with a surprise that even the readers might not visualise. The stories are still connected and do not lose the reader's interest. Dusk is a hallmark of Saki's writing genius. 
  • Learning Radio launched with Literary Audiobooks for Graduates

    The best we can do for and with Technology is to use to the best of our welfare and enhancement of learning. While we see that the new generation is quite slow in reading and even the texts are sometimes failing to sustain the diversions, EklavyaParv and EduSoMedia team presents to you the Learning Radio.

  • Miracle by Kartar Singh Duggal

    Miracle by Kartar Singh Duggal is a short story about unimpeachable faith of mankind. By contrasting the miracle of the Guru's Palm with the incidents of the 1920s, Duggal is able to question the power of faith to accomplish everything. An otherwise innocent tale suddenly lights up with the intrusion of reality.

  • Podcast of My Wood (E.M. Forster)

    Podcast of My Wood (E.M. Forster)

    A Podcast of the work "My Wood' by E. M. Forster is shared in this post. These podcasts are part of the EduSoMedia Initiative taken up by the students at Amity University, Noid with the guidance of Parveen Kumar Sharma.

  • Spoken English and Broken English - Podcast

    EduSoMedia

    George Bernard Shaw speaks of English in English! He underlines what he means by English Speaking. The insights that he gives are deep and one can really understand the English Language's nature by it. It is at the same time light-hearted and fluent.

  • The Babus of Nayanjore by Tagore

    The Gurudev we know as Rabindranath Tagore has written some of the timeless masterpieces for us to read. It is magical that we read the stories for something in the beginning and by the time the story concludes, we have experienced an immense amount of emotional turmoil that seems to do the catharsis of our heart.

  • The Nose Jewel by C. Rajagopalachari

    The Nose Jewel is a fable translated from the Tamil. The prescription, urging wives to implicitly obey their husbands to avoid the risk of disharmony, is not likely to be endorsed by the present day feminists.

  • Two Red Roosters by Manohar Malgonkar

    This is a podcast from the LearningRadio Team. The blessings of mechanized farming as opposed to the uncertainties of traditional methods of ploughing the land is the theme of 'Two red Roosters'. In the process, the superstitious beliefs and practices of our villagers stand exposed.