Welcome to the Off The Road Studios, where today you hear and marvel at traditional gospel songs ringing out. Sounds like they once were, emanating from the tortured throats of the black fieldhands of America. It would absolutely be worth
The Farmyard Tales by Stephen Cartwright and Heather Amery (MUSIC) Tractor in Trouble This is Apple Tree Farm. This is Mrs. Boot, the farmer. She has two children, called Poppy and Sam, and a dog called Rusty. Ted works on
The Smartest Giant in Town by Julia Donaldson and Axel Scheffler (MUSIC) George was a giant, the scruffiest giant in town. He always wore the same pair of old brown sandals and the same old patched-up gown. “I wish I
Hi, I’m John Green. This is Crash Course Literature, and today we’re going to talk about The Catcher in the Rye, the best-selling book never to be adapted into a film. Mr. Green, Mr. Green, what about the Quran? Fair
Pure Michigan. That’s the slogan, the campaign for Michigan. Michigan is a state that’s definitely coming back. People are starting to actually choose to come to Michigan, to vacation, to live, to stay. Alger Heights is a very diverse area.
MALE SPEAKER: Today with us is George Friedman, an American political scientist, author, and entrepreneur. His newest book is “Flash Points– The Emerging Crisis in Europe.” Mr. Friedman was born in 1949 in Budapest, Hungary. He has authored several books,
[MUSIC] It was Sunday, and Pete’s friends had come to play. They were rocking to a new song when, beep beep beep. There was noise coming from across the street. Wise Old Owl had a view from his tree. Pete
Pete the cat put on his favorite shirt with four big, colorful, round, groovy buttons. [MUSIC] Aah, no, one of the buttons popped off and rolled away. Did Pete cry? >>Goodness no.>>Buttons come and buttons go. He kept on singing
Pete the Cat did not feel happy. Pete had the blue cat blues. Then, as if things were not bad enough, along came Grumpy Toad. But Grumpy Toad was not grumpy today. He said, These cool blue magic sunglasses make
Bookstores drive me crazy. I’m not talking about libraries, or used bookstores, or art bookstores, or museum bookstores. I’m talking about book stores that sell new books. Crisp, unworn, unwrinkled books. Books with no past. No stains. No previous owners.