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March 4th, 2016
Episode 113 of 184 episodes
Kenneth Grahame’s timeless tale begins with exquisite riverside picnics, and a mad adventure in a canary yellow gypsy cart. The Wind in the Willows, today on The Classic Tales Podcast. Welcome to The Classic Tales Podcast. Thank you for listening. For the first time, I am purchasing the rights to bring a title to the podcast that is currently under copyright. We are still a few weeks out, but if all goes well, this will be a summer to remember! We are also in the process of getting more products to the website, including the complete season collections of The Classic Tales Podcast. But we need your help. Please become a supporting member of The Classic Tales Podcast. It costs a mere five dollars a month, and in return, you get a coupon code for six dollars off anything in the store at www.thebestaudiobooks.com. There is no middleman skimming off the top, no online store taking 85%, no partner taking half. All proceeds go toward keeping the Classic Tales alive. Which is why your support is so valuable. If you have benefitted from the podcast over the years, if you’ve talked about the stories you’ve just discovered through the podcast, if you’ve had a moment or two when you didn’t want to turn off your car until the story was over, please become a supporting member, and ensure that we can stay around for many years to come. And now, The Wind in the Willows, Part 1of7, by Kenneth Grahame. APP USERS: Follow this link: https://personal.filesanywhere.com/fs/v.aspx?v=8d6c69865e646ea8a8aa Check to download a ringtone of our new theme! (You'll probably have to add it to iTunes on your PC, then sync your device)