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The Sleep Podcast that reads you a short story to try and help you sleep. The stories are read in slow English so they can also help listeners everywhere improve their English and improve their listening, while getting a good night's rest. No one wants insomnia so lie back and relax as this hopefully helps to make you feel sleepy. Say hello or become a sponsor of the podcast at www.boreyoutosleep.com Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/boreyoutosleep/support
 
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Tonight’s readings comes from The Modern Clock, A study of Time Keeping Mechanism; Its Construction, Regulation and Repair. Written by Ward L Goodrich, this book is an instruction manual for any good apprentice that wants to become a clock maker or repairer. Written in 1905, I must admit, they don’t make clocks and watches like they used to. My nam…
 
Tonight's bedtime story is Journey to the Center of the Earth by Jules Verne. This novel was first published in 1864 in French and then in 1871 in English. In this episode, Axel and his uncle Otto Liedenbrock try to decipher the code from a note discovered in an old manuscript. If you like this episode, please remember to follow on Spotify, Apple P…
 
Feeling stressed? Relax tonight with Aladdin, a folk tale to help you fall asleep. You know this tale of a boy and his magic lamp. But this isn't quite like the Disney version. If you like this episode, please remember to follow on Spotify, Apple Podcasts, or your favourite podcast app. Also, share with any family or friends that might have trouble…
 
Having trouble distracting your active mind before bed? Relax tonight with two short stories by Guy de Maupassant: The Necklace and A Piece of String. Guy wrote more than 300 short stories in his short lifetime and these are two of his most popular. If you like this episode, please remember to follow on Spotify, Apple Podcasts, or your favourite po…
 
Tonight’s reading comes from Unnoticed London, by Elizabeth (E.) Montizambert London has so many landmark sites and buildings. As is the case everywhere, many of these landmarks tend to go unnoticed. This book looks at what some those unnoticed landmarks were, in the early 1900’s My name is Teddy and I aim to help people everywhere get a good night…
 
Drift off tonight to two tales featuring Snow White: Little Snow White and Snow White & Rose Red. The first story is the most familiar with Snow White, an evil stepmother, and a chatty mirror. The second story features another Snow White, her sister, and an ungrateful dwarf. If you like this episode, please remember to follow on Spotify, Apple Podc…
 
Tonight's sleep story is the Blue Cross, A Father Brown short story from the book the Innocence of Father Brown by G.K Chesterton. Published in 1910, it is the first appearance of Father Brown who is featured in over 50 short stories by Chesterton. In this episode, Valentin, the famous French detective, is searching for the criminal Flambeau in Lon…
 
Tonight’s readings come from the Art of Building a Home. The book was published in 1901 and written by Reginald Unwin. It is a collection of lectures and illustrations of different styles of homes at the turn of the 20th Century. My name is Teddy and I aim to help people everywhere get a good night’s rest. Sleep is so important and my mission is to…
 
Fall asleep tonight to the opening chapter of Silas Marner by George Eliot. This is the third novel by George Eliot and was published in 1861. In this episode, Silas Marner is accused of stealing money from a dying deacon in his church. His faith shaken, Silas moves to the village of Raveloe. If you like this episode, please remember to follow on S…
 
Struggling to fall asleep? Settle down with The Happy Prince by Oscar Wilde. This is the first story in the collection of children's stories published in 1888. A swallow is the messenger for the Happy Prince statue that can see the poverty and suffering in his town. If you like this episode, please remember to follow on Spotify, Apple Podcasts, or …
 
Tonight’s reading comes from Half Hours with modern scientists, written by T. H. Huxley Prepare for a journey through science and physics, as this lovely reading helps you drift off into dreamtime. My name is Teddy and I aim to help people everywhere get a good night’s rest. Sleep is so important and my mission is to help you get the rest you need.…
 
Tonight's bedtime story is the continuation of Anne of Green Gables by Lucy Maud Montgomery. You can listen to the first chapters in our episode #18 released on the 22nd April. This classic Canadian novel was published in 1908. It follows the adventures of Anne Shirley, a red-haired orphan girl, mistakenly sent to the Cuthberts on Prince Edward Isl…
 
Tonight's sleep story is The Awakening by Kate Chopin. Published in 1899, this novel is considered by many to be a landmark work of early feminism. In this episode, Edna Pontellier starts to feel uneasy about her life while on vacation. If you like this episode, please remember to follow on Spotify, Apple Podcasts, or your favourite podcast app. Al…
 
Tonight’s reading comes from Wildwood Ways written by WINTHROP PACKARD. Written in 1909, this story will take you on a magical journey through the woods, where you’ll meet many of the animals that live within it. It reminds me of the many stories that I read when I was younger, and I think, will be a perfect bedtime story to help you drift off to s…
 
Feeling stressed? Relax tonight with the Sherlock Holmes story, A Scandal in Bohemia, by Arthur Conan Doyle. This is one of the stories in the collection of twelve stories called "The Adventures of Sherlock Holmes." In this episode, Dr Watson joins Sherlock in the quest to retrieve an indiscreet photograph for the King of Bohemia. If you like this …
 
Tonight's bedtime story is Mrs Dalloway by Virginia Woolf. Published in 1925, this is one of Woolf's best known novels. In this episode, Clarissa Dalloway walks to the flower shop on Bond Street while thinking of her past. If you like this episode, please remember to follow on Spotify, Apple Podcasts, or your favourite podcast app. Also, share with…
 
Tonight’s reading comes from The Preservation Of The Exterior Of Wooden Buildings which was published in 1911. Written by Allerton S. Cushman and Henry A. Gardner, this book explores the many ways of preserving wooden buildings through painting and other forms of protection. My name is Teddy and I aim to help people everywhere get a good night’s re…
 
Fall asleep tonight to the opening chapters of Far from the Madding Crowd by Thomas Hardy. Published in 1874, this was Hardy's first literary success. In this episode, Farmer Gabriel Oak helps the woman with black hair and a red jacket with her toll and later sees her again, late at night while tending his sheep. If you like this episode, please re…
 
We're so happy to present our 50th episode! Drift off to sleep tonight to the opening chapters of the Invisible Man by H.G Wells. This story was published in 1897 and helped establish Wells as the "father of science fiction." There have been a number of film adaptations, most recently in 2020. In this episode, the stranger arrives at the "Coach and…
 
Tonight’s reading comes from A Speech on the Principles of Finance. This speech was written by Victoria C Woodhull and delivered at Cooper Institute, New York City, Thursday, August 3rd, 1871 My name is Teddy and I aim to help people everywhere get a good night’s rest. Sleep is so important and my mission is to help you get the rest you need. The p…
 
Tonight's sleep story, The Quest Of The Hammer by Abbie Farwell Brown, features Loki - the Norse god of mischief. This story was published in the book In the Days of Giants: A Book of Norse Tales in 1902. Thor's hammer is missing. Did Loki steal it? If you like this episode, please remember to follow on Spotify, Apple Podcasts, or your favourite po…
 
Tonight's snoozy tale is the Million Pound Bank Note by Mark Twain. This short story was published in 1893. Two wealthy brothers in Victorian London spot a down on his luck American man and make a bet. If he is given a million pound bank note, can he survive an entire month without spending it? If you like this episode, please remember to follow on…
 
Fall asleep tonight to the opening chapters of Sense and Sensibility by Jane Austen. This book was published in 1811. It follows the romance and heartbreak of Elinor and Marianne Dashwood in the late 1700s. In this episode, John Dashwood, their half brother, decides on how much assistance he can " reasonably afford" to give to his sisters who have …
 
Tonight's sleep story is Walden by Henry David Thoreau. Walden; or, Life in the Woods was published in 1854. In this episode, we read the second chapter "Where I Lived, and What I Lived For". Part of this chapter was quoted in the film Dead Poets' Society. If you like this episode, please remember to follow on Spotify, Apple Podcasts, or your favou…
 
Tonight’s reading comes from Home Life in Tokyo, as it was in the early 1900’s and also during its earlier years.My name is Teddy and I aim to help people everywhere get a good night’s rest. Sleep is so important and my mission is to help you get the rest you need. The podcast is designed to play in the background while you slowly fall asleep.Thank…
 
Drift off tonight to two tales featuring cats: Puss in Boots and Dick Whittington and His Cat. You have probably encountered the Puss in Boots character on the Shrek movie series as well as his own movie in 2011. There are a number of versions of this tale but all feature a very clever cat that uses trickery to help his master. If you like this epi…
 
Tonight's story to help you sleep is the continuation of Lewis Carroll's Alice's Adventures in Wonderland also known as Alice in Wonderland. You can listen to the first chapters in our episode #6 released on the 10th March. In this episode, Alice has grown very large and is stuck in W Rabbit's house. Later, she meets the hookah smoking caterpillar.…
 
Tonight’s reading comes from A Bee Hunter, by George Harold Edgell. It is told by an experienced beekeeper and looks at all the fascinating things you need to consider when keeping bees. My name is Teddy and I aim to help people everywhere get a good night’s rest. Sleep is so important and my mission is to help you get the rest you need. The podcas…
 
Fall asleep tonight to the opening chapters of the Secret Garden by Frances Hodgson Burnett. This book was published in 1911 and is considered one of the best children's novels of the 20th century. In this episode, Mary Lennox is forgotten amid the chaos of the cholera outbreak in her home. If you like this episode, please follow the podcast in you…
 
Tonight's bedtime story for adults is the continuation of The Strange Case of Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde by Robert Louis Stevenson. You can find the first part published on the 18th April. This Gothic novella was first published in 1886. In this episode, Mr. Utterson learns of the death of his client Sir Danvers Carew and Mr. Hyde's involvement in the…
 
Tonight’s reading comes from The Mayor of Casterbridge. The book was published in 1886 and written by English Author, Thomas Hardy. My name is Teddy and I aim to help people everywhere get a good night’s rest. Sleep is so important and my mission is to help you get the rest you need. Each episode is designed to play in the background, while you slo…
 
Drift off to sleep tonight with The Extraordinary Adventures of Arsene Lupin, Gentleman-Burglar by Maurice Leblanc. You might have seen the series on Netflix inspired by the character Arsene Lupin. This first story, the Arrest of Arsene Lupin, was first published in 1905. The enigmatic Arsene Lupin is on a steamer heading to New York. He is travell…
 
Tonight's sleep story is the continuation of The Great Gatsby by F. Scott Fitzgerald. You can find Chapter 1 in episode 14 of the podcast. Published in 1925, the novel depicts narrator Nick Carraway's interactions with mysterious millionaire Jay Gatsby and Gatsby's obsession to reunite with his former lover, Daisy Buchanan. In this episode, Nick me…
 
Tonight’s reading comes from A Traveler at Forty. It’s a lovely story about an American gentleman’s journey around Europe, during the time where you needed to take a boat, instead of a plan. The book was published in 1913 and authored by Theodore Dreiser My name is Teddy and I aim to help people everywhere get a good night’s rest. Sleep is so impor…
 
Tonight's snoozy tale is the fairytale Sleeping Beauty by Charles Perrault also known as The Sleeping Beauty in the Woods. There are a number of versions of this tale dating back to the 1300s. This version might be a little different from the one that you remember from your childhood. If you like this episode, please follow the podcast in your favo…
 
Tonight's sleep story is the Curious Case of Benjamin Button by F. Scott Fitzgerald. This short story was published in 1922. You may have watched the 2008 movie adaptation with Brad Pitt! The story starts with Roger Button rushing to the hospital to discover, shockingly, that his newborn son has the appearance and speech of a 70 year old man. If yo…
 
Drift off to sleep with tonight's reading of the classic children's story, The Railway Children by Edith Nesbit. First published in book form in 1906, this story has been adapted for radio, tv, and the stage numerous times. In this first chapter, Roberta, Peter, and Phyllis are surprised when their perfect life is shattered when their father is tak…
 
Tonight's bedtime story is a continuation of A Study in Scarlet: a Sherlock Holmes tale by Arthur Conan Doyle. Published in 1887, this novel is the first appearance of the detective duo Sherlock Holmes and Dr. John Watson. In this episode, Watson and Sherlock visit and inspect the scene of the crime at Lauriston Gardens. The mystery has begun! You …
 
Tonight’s readings comes from Dubliners. Published in 1914 and written by James Joyce, Dubliners is a series of short stories that depicts Irish middle class life at around the turn of the 20th Century. My name is Teddy and I aim to help people everywhere get a good night’s rest. Sleep is so important and I’m hoping to help play a little part in he…
 
Tonight's story to help you sleep is Three Men in a Boat by Jerome K Jerome. Published in 1889, it is a humorous account of a two week boating trip on the Thames. In this episode, the narrator, his two friends, and his dog decide to embark on the holiday because they are so "overworked". If you like this episode, please follow the podcast in your f…
 
Tonight's bedtime story is the Woman in White by Wilkie Collins. Published in 1859, it is a mystery novel often considered one of the 100 greatest novels of all time. In this episode, Walter Hartright tells how he comes to be employed by the Fairlies of Limmeridge House. Later, he meets the woman in white. If you like this episode, please follow th…
 
Tonight’s reading comes from Adventures in Journalism. Written by Philip Gibbs, this story looks at the life of a journalist living in the early 1900’s in England. My name is Teddy and I aim to help people everywhere get a good night’s rest. Sleep is so important and my mission is to help you get the rest you need. The podcast is designed to play i…
 
Fall into a deep sleep tonight with the old English fairy tale, Jack and the Beanstalk. There a number of versions of this tale. This version was retold by Flora Annie Steel and published in 1918. If you like this episode, please follow the podcast in your favourite app. Also, share with any family or friends that might have trouble drifting off to…
 
Drift off tonight to the opening chapters of North and South by Elizabeth Gaskell. This social novel was published in 1854. In this episode, Margaret spends the last few days in London preparing for the wedding of her cousin Edith. She then returns home to Helstone and struggles a little with her new home life. If you like this episode, please foll…
 
Tonight’s reading comes from The Youth of Washington. Told in the form of an autobiography, the book is written by S Weir Mitchell and looks at the early life of George Washington My name is Teddy and I aim to help people everywhere get a good night’s rest. Sleep is so important and my mission is to help you get the rest you need. The podcast is de…
 
Tonight's sleepy tale is Wuthering Heights by Emily Brontë. Wuthering Heights is Emily's only book, published in 1847 under the pseudonym Ellis Bell. In this episode, Mr Lockwood, the new tenant of Thrushcross Grange, visits Heathcliff during a snowstorm and meets the "amiable" inhabitants. If you like this episode, please follow the podcast in you…
 
Tonight's snoozy tale is Black Beauty by Anna Sewell. Published in 1877, this book was her only published work. It is one of the first English novels to be written from the perspective of an animal. In this episode, Black Beauty recounts his early days on a farm with his mother, his breaking in and, his first new home. If you like this episode, ple…
 
Tonight’s reading comes from A Second Letter on The Late Post Office Agitation. It was written in 1850 by Charles Vaughan, a priest and a scholar who is concerned about changes at the post office that look to have postal operations take place on Sundays, the Lord’s day. My name is Teddy and I aim to help people everywhere get a good night’s rest. S…
 
Drift off to sleep tonight with The Tale of Peter Rabbit, The Tale of Benjamin Bunny, The Tale of the Flopsy Bunnies and, The Tale of the Two Bad Mice, all from the Great Big Treasury of Beatrix Potter. If you like this episode, please leave a review or rating on your favourite podcast app or, simply, follow the podcast. Goodnight and Sweet Dreams.…
 
Tonight's sleep story is Gulliver's Travels by Jonathan Swift. Published in 1726, it is the story of Lemuel Gulliver, "First a Surgeon, and then a Captain of Several Ships". In this episode, Gulliver recounts the early years of his life and what happened when he was shipwrecked and washed ashore in Lilliput, a land of tiny people. If you like this …
 
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