Listen to our Literary podcast series
In season two, part three of the National Trust Podcast, we immerse you in a world of books and writers. Join curator James Grasby as he explores how three properties, now cared for by the National Trust, helped shape and influence the work of George Bernard Shaw, William Wordsworth and Agatha Christie.
Each episode is available from platforms including iTunes, SoundCloud and Acast.
In addition to the main episode, two mini episodes will bring you extra content from Shaw’s Corner. These will be available to stream or download on the 21st December and 28 December.
In addition to our main episode, two mini episodes will bring you extra content from Wordsworth House and Allan Bank. These will be available to stream or download on the 11 January and 18 January.
In addition to our main episode, two mini episodes will bring you extra content from Greenway. These will be available to stream or download on the 1 February and 8 February.
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What is a podcast?
A podcast is an audio show, usually spread across a series of episodes, which can be downloaded from the Internet and listened to either on a computer or an MP3 player. New instalments of each series can be received by subscribers automatically.
Why are we doing it?
Podcasts are a great way to find out more about a subject while simply listening – you can listen on your daily commute, at the gym, while you're in the car, or relaxing at home. As a medium, audio is evocative and immersive – an ideal way to go behind the scenes at our places to discover more about the history, and how the Trust looks after these places for ever, for everyone.