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The Well Told Tale
The Well Told Tale
Hi everyone. This is Robert. Welcome to The Well Told Tale. Every week I narrate a classic story; the greatest science fiction, fantasy and speculative fiction stories ever written, not just in a small chunk at a time, but enough for you to really relax into. No adverts in the middle, just the story itself. All stories are pubic domain and free from copyright.
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Ratings & Reviews
5.0 stars from 91 ratings
Best channel
Hi Robert! I love your channel both here and In Deep Geek. I was wondering if you had any thoughts about getting to The Hobbit and LOTR?
Overon Foehammer via Apple Podcasts · United States of America · 12/15/20
Huge fan
I’m a huge fan of Robert’s InDeepGeek YouTube channel. This is fantastic and he has the perfect voice for storytelling.
Patty2347 via Apple Podcasts · United States of America · 10/01/20
Robert is the BEST
I have been a huge fan of Robert’s Game of Thrones content for years now which lead me to this podcast of his. It’s spectacular just like all his stuff. The books are so great to hear on audio. Bring new life to well loved classics. And I HIGHLY recommend if you are a GOT fan that you listen to...Read full review »
AshleyBrice via Apple Podcasts · United States of America · 08/25/20
Recent Episodes
Last week, we left our protagonist, Edward Prendick, adrift on the ocean once more.  Having been rescued from a shipwreck by unusual medical man Montgomery, he has been abandoned in a dinghy after a fight with the crew.  Thankfully, he is near land - the mysterious island that Montgomery and his...
Published 06/16/21
This week, we return to one of our favourite writers here at The Well Told Tale, the grandfather of science fiction, H. G. Wells, and his classic, 'The Island of Dr. Moreau'.  As with many of his books - a number of which we've covered on the podcast - this is a foundational classic in its own...
Published 06/09/21
This week, we have a classic fairy tale from master of the genre Hans Christian Andersen, 'The Little Mermaid'.  This is, of course, a very different story to the famous Disney film of the same name. Enchanting, beguiling, tragic, with hints of the morality tale and an absence of singing crabs,...
Published 06/02/21
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