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A fun take on the classic story of the Three Little Pigs! Fun songs throughout and a great final message. Support the show and get ad free episodes at patreon.com/stories
Welcome to episode 13! This week we talk about Treehouse Detectives, debate the kids movie with the best soundtrack, and ponder the possible dark side of one Dr. Dottie "Doc" McStuffins. Let's have some fun!PS - Thanks for your patience with our recent audio issues. Everything should be better in the coming weeks!
PREMIER EPISODE Cassie has a whole new lease on life after being accepted into the prestigious Governor’s School for the Arts at Walnut Grove on full scholarship. At 16 years old, Cassie is just a bit older than her first year peers, and so finds herself stuck between newer students from prestigious families and the older students at the school. Striking up initial friendships with a small group of outcasts like herself, Cassie soon discovers that there is much more going on at the school and much more behind her scholarship than she had at first imagined. Cassie and the Spectral Shade is an original story written, produced and narrated by Daniel Nichols from the HappyGoLukky Podcast as the follow-up story to Charlie Saves Christmas … this story is made possible by the support of our listening audience and the tremendous voice talent of our many podcasting creators and friends: Cassie Cole is voiced by amazing Jessica Ann, you can visit her on twitter @Queennerd4life Sarah Dawson, Cassie’s Roommate is voiced by  Nikki Richardson from Top of the Round  Joan, "Aunt Nonie" Cassie and Charlie’s Aunt is reprised by  Nikki Richardson from Top of the Round  Willem Marshall IV is voiced by Josh Monroe from Graven Rogue Studios Whittle Apple is voiced by Ditrie Marie Bowie learn more about her podcast, writing and other creative projects online at https://ditriemariebowie.com/ Headmistress Pearl Floquet is voiced by Alixandria Young-Jui from Pomegranates and Pitchforks  Ludqig 'Ludo' Van Ness is voiced by Adam LeGrave from the Tall Grass Podcast Janice Tremaine is voiced by Beth Yadon - be sure to follower her on Instagram Chaotic_Good_Hood Bentley the Bus Driver is voiced by  Brad Zimmerman from the Gigantic Adventures of Jeff and Simon and Fate of Isen Master Grimpen Galleon is also voiced by  Brad Zimmerman from the Gigantic Adventures of Jeff  Jimmy 'Chopper' Franks and Bobby 'Beef' Franks are voiced by Kenneth Eckles from Podcast Reviews Reviews Podcast ] Mistress Cressida McClaine is voiced by Julie Miller from the Paudeville Podcast Master Bale Adonis is voiced by Corbin Miller from the Paudeville Podcast Mistress Cynthia Zeltrix is voiced by Hannah Gallaher from the Thornvale podcast Captain Molly O’Dine is voiced by Susannah Lewis from the Thornvale podcast Alistair Montrose is voiced by Jordache Richardson from Top of the Round  Willem Marshall the III is voiced by Jordache Richardson from Top of the Round  Mistress Audrey Maude is voiced by Kate Wallinga from the Ignorance was Bliss podcast  Garrot Black and additional characters to be revealed later are voiced by Mike Atchley from Dice Tower Theatre   Ningalix and other characters to be revealed later are voiced by Carrie Coello from Elderberry Tales  The music, singing, vocal performances, foley and sound effects are all original creations of our insanely talented cast. Please join us in applauding the tremendous talent of these wonderful friends and creators and be sure to discover a whole new range of fantastic content as you explore each of their podcasts and creative endeavors  
Rupert and Amir learn the truth. They wish they hadn’t. The Two Princes was created and written by Kevin Christopher Snipes and directed by Mimi O'Donnell. Noah Galvin- Prince Rupert, Ari'el Stachel- Prince Amir, Sean Pertwee- King of the West, Omar Metwally- King of the East, Shohreh Aghdashloo- Queen Atossa, Christine Baranski- Queen Lavinia, and Samira Wiley- Joan. Executive producer Mimi O'Donnell, senior producer Katie Pastore, producer Annamaria Sofillas, associate producer MR Daniel. Edited and mixed by Matthew Boll, sound design by Daniel Brunelle, score by Greg Laswell and Bobby Lord. The Two Princes is a production of Gimlet Media
Rupert makes a friend. Or an enemy. He’s not quite sure. The Two Princes was created and written by Kevin Christopher Snipes and directed by Mimi O'Donnell. Noah Galvin- Prince Rupert, Laura Benanti- Flora, and Ari'el Stachel- Prince Amir. Executive producer Mimi O'Donnell, senior producer Katie Pastore, producer Annamaria Sofillas, associate producer MR Daniel. Edited and mixed by Matthew Boll, sound design by Daniel Brunelle, score by Greg Laswell and Bobby Lord. The Two Princes is a production of Gimlet Media. 
The complete first adventure of Abagail Branagan in one big file! Spend your summer vacation with a middle-grade mystery sure to delight detectives of all ages.  Abagail Branagan is sure that something is rotten on Beechnut Street. Now if only she can get a chance to prove it. Has she really lived her whole life in the most boring place on Earth? Is it just the pile of her dad’s old mystery books that has made her dead certain that there are a million stories in the naked suburbs, just waiting for a tough-as-nails investigator like her? Stay tuned and find out! Read by Clarissa Dernederlanden written by Gregg Taylor
Who is the oldest primate, and is it our great-great-great grandfather? Listener Elena's question takes us into a laboratory chock full of fossils, and brings us back to the impact that killed most of the dinosaurs. Anthropologist Chris Kirk introduces us to our very ancient - and very tiny - ancestors. Visit our blog at tumblepodcast.com to see photos of Rooneyia and Mahgarita, as well as a tour of the Vertebrate Paleontology Lab! We have resources to get started with your own fossil hunt. If you've been inspired to fossil hunt, let us know what you found! Are you a teacher or homeschooling parent? Tell us how you use Tumble! Email us at tumblepodcast@gmail.com. We love hearing from you! Want an ad-free version of Tumble? It’s only $1 each month. Pledge on Patreon to get access to this special podcast feed, including Marshall’s original music. Let us know how you use Tumble. Send us your questions and drawings! Don’t forget to subscribe and leave us a review on Apple Podcasts or Stitcher. Thanks for listening!
The family hits the squared circle as we go see WWE LIVE! We see some great matches headlined by AJ Styles,  John Cena and Jinder Mahal. We even see Cena get thrown through a table - always a good time! Plus, Adam remanences about when his dad took him to a WWF live event over 30 years (almost to the day). It's like time travel!  Find us at: Facebook: Bodaciously Awesome Family Show Twitter: @BodaciousFamily Email: BodaciouslyAwesomeFamilyShow@gmail.com
Veronica is the mother of two sons and has been sober from alcohol and drugs for over 17 years. As a licensed therapist and recovery coach, Veronica has spent most of her adult life working with others to maintain their sobriety. Veronica has written two popular books on the subject - Why You Drink And How To Stop: Journey To Freedom and Get Sober For Free: Your Practical Guide. She also conducts lectures and workshops on alcoholism, addiction, and spirituality. We talk all about parenting in sobriety, how to talk to your children about addiction, and the freedom sobriety brings to life. You can find Veronica at www.veronicavalli.com, on Twitter at @veronicavalli, and on Facebook at Veronica Valli Soberful. 
Melissa and her husband have one son, Miles, and have decided that they are a one-child family. What makes her choice to have one child interesting is that Melissa is one of six sisters - born eight and a half years apart. Melissa and her sisters have always had a unique bond - and even though they live all over the country, they have stayed the best of friends. Tragically, their mother passed away when they were teenagers, and as they have become parents they have tried to keep her memory alive in their children. We talk about parenting after the loss of a parent, what being a teacher means when you are a mother, and what having a son is like after living with so many women.  
Katie and her husband are raising two children, and have spent their careers are professional classical working musicians. Meeting in college, they both knew that they would be moving and traveling as part of their work. Now that they are raising children, she feels fortunate to surround the kids with classical music and talented musicians but knows that it also means long hours traveling to gigs and lots of hotels. Fortunately, her kids love staying in hotels. We talk all about the pros and cons of being a professional musician, the difficulty of trying to teach your own children when you are a professional teacher to so many others, and what it's like to go into labor when you are about to play an important solo. 
Charlie and Henry we’re having a great day on the beach when all of a sudden they learned about a volcano that was going to explode from a team of bad guys. It was up to them to save everyone on the island.
Ryella and Lyla are horseback riding and discover a time traveling creature that needs help!
Madelyn and Elise discover one of their dolls can talk! She tells them about some bad guys who are stealing toys from the store down the street. They need their help before all the toys are gone forever!
Deaclan and his cat built an amazing fort with a secret passage into a deep dark cave. They discover pink dinosaurs with an important job!
Aidens gets an emergency call from spy kids to go back in time and save some floating dinosaurs. How in the world is he going to figure this one out?
WE ARE BACK!!! It is week 70 of Dadding Hard and on this week's episode we do a deep dive into the beautiful, incredible, wonderful world of DAYCARE! Beyond giving parents the necessary relief of at home work and childcare at the same time during these Covid Times, over the last 3/4 weeks that my daughter has been enrolled Daycare has proven to be an unbelievable launchpad for child development. Socialization, interaction, sharing, cognitive communication, spirit and happiness have all been clear developmental additions in my daughter since being back in daycare and it's incredible! We also talk about what Covid Thanksgiving will look like this year and how it effects our kids - hopefully it's only a 1 off!We have a NEW SPONSOR this week, BRYTN SMILE! To save 25% off on the best LED Teeth Whitening Kit out there check out BRYTNSMILE.com and use the promo code DADHARD!As always, to connect on the #FatherhoodBrotherhood shoot us an email at DadHardPod@gmail.com. Follow the IG @DadHardPod. Check out the website WeDadHard.com.Until next week.... Happy Thanksgiving and #DadHard
SEASON 2 ROLLS ON!!!It's week 62 of #Dadding and both the greatest and most nightmarest milestones decide to hit in the same week! So while my daughter is now officially WALKING.... she has also officially learned the word NO!! I also attempt - and will most likely fail miserably - to diet for the first time as a dad.....In our guest segment I welcome fellow Celtics die hard and VP of Product at the New York Post - Micahel Liss! We connected over a journal entry turned article he wrote reflecting on his first week as a dad 5 years later. He shared it on our PSP Dads email chain and we became instant buds. We talk about his reflection exercise, his daughter living in her own broadway musical and his 4+ years of "Daddy Day Care Day." He also gives one of the most important pieces of #DADvice given on the pod making for one of my favorite chats to date!As always, to connect on the #FatherhoodBrotherhood shoot us an email at DadHardPod@gmail.com. Follow the IG @DadHardPod. Check out the website WeDadHard.com.Until next week.... #DadHard
Have you ever tried to summon Bloody Mary? Do you think she was a real person? Or is she a just ghost story told to scare us? In the first episode of Unspookable we dive into the legend, the history, and the science behind this ritual to try to understand what is so tempting about looking into a darkened mirror and calling out "Bloody Mary." Host: Elise Parisian Written by: Ellenor Riley-Condit with Elise Parisian and Nate DuFort Created, Produced, Edited by: Nate DuFort Music Direction and Composition: Jesse Case https://www.jessecasemusic.com/ Logo by: Natalie Khuen http://nataliek.myportfolio.com Special thanks to Bella and Blythe Unspookable is part of the Soundsington Audio Network committed to making quality programing for young audiences and the young at heart. To find out more go to http://www.soundsingtonmedia.com
What You Will Learn How long a goldfish can live for How to extend the life of your goldfish The oldest recorded age of a goldfish For more information, visit our blog post on goldfish lifespan at https://www.tankarium.com
Ben and Jonathan give you tips on how to make your own podcast and useful websites. They make Chicken Burgers and Mac 'n' Cheese for the Boys Bake Off. The have their weekly STEM Challenge, set by Chris Ridge from http://www.airproducts.co.uk/ (Air Products). Support this podcast
In this episode, Jonathan and Ben share their favourite countries (Sweden and Israel), including culture, food and much more. They interview Beau Rutter who has got through to the next round of Junior Bake Off on Channel 4 and CBBC. For "What's Your Talent" this week, they talk about swimming for the Nantwich Seals. Hope you enjoy! Ingredients1kg white potatoes, peeled and cut into chunks 1 large onion, chopped 1 x 250g tub Garlic & Herbs Extra-Light Soft Cheese 1 x 320g pack fish pie mix 190g coldwater prawns handful fresh flat-leaf parsley, chopped milk (optional) 1 tbsp olive oil 100ml (3 1/2fl oz) fish or vegetable stock 1 tbsp cornflour MethodPreheat the oven to Gas Mark 5, 190ºC, fan 170ºC. Put the potatoes in a large pan and cover with water. Bring to the boil and cook for 10-15 minutes until cooked through. Drain and mash, adding a little milk if you wish. Season with salt and pepper. Meanwhile, heat the oil in a large saucepan and gently cook the onion for 5-10 minutes, until softened. Add the soft cheese and the stock and combine well. Blend the cornflour with 2 teaspoons of cold water and stir into the sauce. Cook for a few more minutes until thickened. Add the fish pie mix and cook for 2 minutes before stirring in the prawns and parsley. Pour into an oven dish and top with the mash. Cook for 25-30 minutes until piping hot enjoy! Support this podcast
Jonathan and Ben share poems and stories about VE Day. They interview John Parkin who was an evacuee during the war about his memories, favourite food and music of the time. Following the recording of the show on VE Day, the boys added a short update about how they spent VE Day in their street during Covid Lockdown. Boys Bake Off Recipe: Ingredients:For The Filling575g Bramley Apples peeled, cored and sliced to 1 cm thick 2 tbsp golden caster sugar A drizzle of honey For the Crumble175g plain flour 110g golden caster sugar 110g cold butter Method: 1: Heat the oven to 190C/170 fan/gas 5. 2: oss 575g peeled, cored and sliced Bramley apples with 2 tbsp golden caster sugar and put in a 23cm round baking dish at least 5cm deep, or a 20cm square dish. Flatten down with your hand to prevent too much crumble falling through. 3: Put 175g plain flour and 110g golden caster sugar in a bowl with a good pinch of salt. 4: Slice in 110g cold butter and rub it in with your fingertips until the mixture looks like moist breadcrumbs. Shake the bowl and any big bits will come to the surface – rub them in. 5: Drizzle some honey over the apples and add cinnamon and ginger. 6: Pour the crumb mix over the apples to form a pile in the centre, then use a fork to even out. 7: Gently press the surface with the back of the fork so the crumble holds together and goes crisp, then lightly drag the fork over the top for a decorative finish. 8: Set on a baking tray and put in the preheated oven for 35-40 minutes, until the top is golden and the apples feel very soft when you insert a small, sharp knife. Leave to cool for 10 minutes before serving. Support this podcast
Meet Jonathan and Ben, two 11 year old boys who have been friends since pre-school. In this first podcast they introduce themselves and their family. Created during the Covid-19 Lock down of 2020, Ben and Jonathan have worked really hard to make this first podcast. It is packed with great features including "What's your Talent?", Film & Gadget Review and Boys Bake-off. The podcast is supported by http://www.airproducts.co.uk/ (Air Products), an international chemical & gas company with a site in Crewe, Cheshire. STEM Ambassador Chris Ridge from Air Products launches a STEM Challenge with the boys each week Boy's bake off recipe: Ingredients: 500g blueberries. 2tbsp caster sugar. 250g cream cheese. 200ml creme fraiche. 1/4 tbsp vanilla extract. 8 out biscuits crushed. Method: place three quarters of the blue berries and half of the sugar into a sauce pan. cover and simmer for 5 minutes until soft. stir in the other berries and leaver to cool. using a clean wooden spoon, beat the cream cheese, creme fraiche, remaining sugar and vanilla extract into a mixing bowl . continue until well mixed and soft. create a layered look by filling 4 glasses with a spoonful of the blueberry sauce, a spoonful of the cream cheese mixture and then a spoonful of the crushed biscuits. repeat the layers once more and then put the filled glasses in the fridge or freezer for for an hour and if not thick, do so until. server straight from fridge of freezer and enjoy!! Support this podcast
STORY BEGINS APRIL 20, 2020 Art is magic. Cassie and the Spectral Shade is the companion story to Charlie Saves Christmas. Cassie has a whole new lease on life after being accepted into the prestigious Governor’s School for the Arts at Walnut Grove on full scholarship. At 16 years old, Cassie is just a bit older than her first year peers, and so finds herself stuck between newer students from prestigious families and the older students at the school. Striking up initial friendships with a small group of outcasts like herself, Cassie soon discovers that there is much more going on at the school and much more behind her scholarship than she had at first imagined. Discovering that her vivid imagination is in fact a portal to a whole new world, Cassie begins to piece together years of clues she has captured in her sketchbook while navigating the complex relationships that have long been weaving webs around her. Be sure to subscribe for information on our upcoming launch and for more sneak peaks throughout the month of March!

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