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Teddy
Bore You To Sleep
Sleep Stories for Adults
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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Ratings & Reviews
4.4 stars from 402 ratings
I like these stories
I can’t go to sleep I listened through every story monotone boring but for people (like me) who like history I don’t recommend this podcast
hogwarts life 5.00 via Apple Podcasts · United States of America · 06/14/21
Wonderful
Teddy is wonderfully monotonous reading these horribly boring stories. I fall asleep about 10-15 minutes.
Jayme3030 via Apple Podcasts · United States of America · 05/10/21
So good
I've tried some other sleep podcasts and they didn't work for me. This one, on the other hand, is fantastic. I don't think I've made it more than 10 minutes into any particular story before I'm out. I highly recommend it!Read full review »
jupitercrsh via Apple Podcasts · United States of America · 05/05/21
Recent Episodes
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...
Published 06/16/21
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...
Published 06/09/21
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...
Published 06/02/21
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