Listen to this!

Hello again my sewing friends!

I’m working on putting together my next podcast, which should be out this weekend. Hurray!! Until then, I’m listening to my old favorite, X-1. Old time radio shows, all about space travel in the crazy years like 1979 and 1990 LOL.

I grew up listening to old time radio. My dad collected recordings from his childhood in the 1940’s. I have rediscovered my old favorite, X-1. It’s science fiction, and many are by famous authors like Ray Bradbury. I think your older kids will like them too!

A Logic Named Joe is perhaps my new favorite. About how computers (they called them Logics) may take over and make out lives really bad LOL.

These are older shows, so remember they were recorded during WWII, but they are really high quality. There may be guns and ‘funny’ drunks. But there are great morals too. There is one where the Martians have all been killed off, in an allegory to the Native Americans.

You can find more here

A Logic Named Joe — click here

Gun for a Dinosaur — click here

Star Bright — click here

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2 thoughts on “Listen to this!

  1. Hi Nutmeg,

    We recently bought an ipod for our summer trips, and I found your podcast on itunes. I’ve listened to about three or four of your shows so far, and I really enjoy them!

    I work 4 days a week, and have an 8 yr old son. With the lack of time, and living in a house with boys (DH & DS), crafting is often a solitary thing for me. It’s nice to hear you talk crafts/sewing..

    I’m probably an intermediate sewer, but have never sewn any clothes. This is my next foray, and I’m interested in learning as much as I can..

    Keep up the great work!
    AngelaM (in Rhode Island).

  2. Hi Nutmeg,
    just wanted to say hello and I thoroughly enjoy listening to your podcasts. I love to sew and have sewed for a very long time, but it’s been hard to get back into it. You remind me of myself when my daughter was small and I sewed alot of her clothing and anything else that came my way. Of course that was before the internet, otherwise I think I would have been inspired to sew more. Thank you for the inspiration, tips, hints, reviews, info, etc. I look forward to hearing more.

    Billie/CA

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