The Ray Bradbury Challenge: Day 246

Short story: The Man With the Twisted Lip by Arthur Conan Doyle, from The Adventures of Sherlock Holmes. Recommended.

Poem: Fifi by Linda Kunhardt, listened to on the Poem of the Day podcast, from April 2017.

Essay: Head of Augustus, listened to on the BBC’s A History of the World in 100 Objects, from May 2010. Highly Recommended.

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The Ray Bradbury Challenge: Day 245

Short story: The Five Orange Pips by Arthur Conan Doyle, from The Adventures of Sherlock Holmes. Recommended.

Poem: Mother and Child by Judith Beveridge, listened to on the Poem of the Day podcast, from April 2017. Recommended.

Essay: Sappho by Jacke Wilson, listened to on the History of Literature podcast, from November 2015. Highly Recommended.

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The Ray Bradbury Challenge: Day 243

Short story: The Boscombe Valley Mystery by Arthur Conan Doyle, from The Adventures of Sherlock Holmes. Highly Recommended.

Poem: National Park by Fady Judah, listened to on the Poetry Now podcast, from April 2017. Highly Recommended.

Essay: Bad News is Good Business by A. L. Kennedy, listened to on the BBC’s A Point of View podcast, from April 2017. Highly Recommended.

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The Ray Bradbury Challenge: Day 234

Short story: A Scandal in Bohemia by Arthur Conan Doyle, from the Adventures of Sherlock Holmes. Highly Recommended.

Poem: To Helen by Edgar Allan Poe, listened to through Librivox. Recommended.

Essay: Created in Our Image, listened to on the History of Philosophy without any Gaps podcast, from October 2010. Highly Recommended.

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The Ray Bradbury Challenge: Day 019

Short story: The Science of Deduction by Arthur Conan Doyle, listened to on the Morning Short podcast. Recommended.

Poem: All things can Tempt Me by W. B. Yeats, listened to through Librivox. Recommended.

Essay: Rebuilding after 9/11 by Will Self, listened to on the BBC’s A Point of View podcast, from November 2013. Highly Recommended.

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