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True, personal stories from new voices and experienced writers resonating with the themes of the Personal Essay/Story Publishing Projects: "Bearing Up" (2018) and "Exploring" (2019).
Learn English grammar in six minutes. Every Tuesday join two of our presenters and learn a new key area of grammar. Our presenters include Finn, Emma, Rob, Neil, Sophie & Alice.
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Rosemary V. James currently resides in Richmond, Kentucky. A retired Occupational Therapist, her pride in life are her eight grandchildren. She is a proud Appalachian woman raised in Estill County, Kentucky. Rosemary began writing in 2019 after the passing of her husband, attending the Carnegie Center for Literacy and Learning in Lexington, Kentuck…
Do you know how to talk about obligations in English? Join Finn and Alice to find out!BBC Radio
What's the date today? Do you know how to say it? Listen to the programme to find out.BBC Radio
A Minute Til 6: Hosts Mark Haynes and Chris Perry return for another season. This time with a diverse panel of professionals talking about Mental Health and growing while dealing with this worldwide issue. Learn some tips on how to protect your mental well-being, how to evolve after mistakes, and more in this episode of A Minute Til 6.--- Send in a…
Covid-19, The Black Death ... We discuss what happens when deadly diseases go global.BBC Radio
Jane Birnbach lives in Wilmington, North Carolina, where she works as a professional fundraiser for a local nonprofit. She has been working with a writing coach for four years and has recently completed a memoir. Jane is a member of the North Carolina Writers’ Network and participates in The Wilmington Write to Publish Group. Professionally she has…
After teaching for 34 years, Phyliss Grady Adcock, retired in Morehead City, North Carolina. Her writing has appeared in Mailbox Magazine, Teacher’s Helper, That Southern Thing, Luck and Opportunity, and Trouble. Her grant writing netted over $5,000 for classroom projects. For one grant proposal, she was recognized as the first Raychem Educator of …
Do you often listen to things in English? Learn more adverbs of frequency here.BBC Radio
Gonna, wanna, dunno, whatcha... We give you an introduction to short spoken forms.BBC Radio
R.V. Kuser resides in Winston Salem, North Carolina. He is an advocate, educator, motivational speaker, consultant, and author of two books. He is also a Southeast ADA (American with Disabilities Act) Trainer Member. R.V. is on a lifelong quest for ways to overcome misperceptions about individuals living with disabilities. To let everyone know, we …
We talk about some new expressions that have been introduced to English through the mediaBBC Radio
This is a bonus episode — a reprise from July 3, 2021 —another reason to celebrate the Fourth of July Writers and readers alike will enjoy this bit of literary history shared in the publisher’s foreword of the 1927 re-issue of the 1866 original.Randell Jones - voice
This week Sophie and Finn explain different meanings of the word 'like'.BBC Radio
Can you count knowledge, money or happiness? How to deal with uncountable nouns.BBC Radio
Barbara Houston lives in Charlotte, North Carolina. A member of a memoir writing group, the Scribblers, she is currently writing stories about her life. After college, Barbara taught English for four years. Other career moves steered her to training and human resources. She served as Director of Human Resources at Discovery Place Museum in Charlott…
From monster killers of the sea to endangered species - we talk sharks and vocabulary.BBC Radio
Edgar L. Benjamin, nickname Zeke, lives in Mountville, South Carolina. He is a graduate of Clemson University and is retired from the US Postal Service and from the South Carolina Army National Guard. This is his first attempt at writing, but he hopes to write more short stories in the future. He hopes you enjoy it.…
Listen to Finn and Sophie explain the present simple and present continuous tenses.BBC Radio