Podcasts at DC Public Library

Podcasts at DC Public Library

Follow DC Public Library's podcasts to get a glimpse into the minds of library customers and staff. Don't miss a single episode: Subscribe to the DC Public Library Podcast on iTunes.

Watch this space for new offerings -- in addition to new series, DC Public Library podcasts will also occasionally feature special events and programming at your neighborhood library.

Series
Books & MusicCheck It or Leave It
MLK Podcast | Read This, Not That! | Voices of the Library

Programs and Specials
U Street Oral History ProjectAudio StorytellingGeorgetown Poetry Series

Series

Books & Music
In this series, Tachalla, Anne and Ashton offer a soundtrack to some of your -- and their -- favorite books.


Check It Or Leave It

In this series, DC Public Library pals Tachalla and Peter review books from the popular library that aren't so popular. And by "review," we mean they read the first 50 pages and let you know whether it's worth checking out. 

MLK Podcast

Stories about the happenings in and around the MLK Library.



Read This, NOT That!
Join Anne and TaChalla in DC Public Library's soon-to-be-favorite book club, Read This NOT That! Anne and TaChalla read books that they (and others) consider to be overrated and offer you some much better alternatives. 



Voices of the Library

In this interview series, everyday library patrons talk about how they use the DC Public Library.
To contribute to this series, email peter.timko@dc.gov.

Programs and Specials

From library programs to special podcast features, DC Public Library has it all.


 

U Street Oral History Project

Excerpts from the U Street Oral History Project. Interviews conducted by Kelly Navies, production work by Peter Timko. This project was made possible with help from the Institute for Museum and Library Services. For more information contact kelly.navies@dc.gov.


Audio Storytelling

Members of the Audio Storytelling class at Digital Commons share their stories.

Georgetown Poetry Series

Poetry readings recorded as part of the Georgetown Poetry Series in April 2013.


You can also watch members of Poets on the Fringe members read their poetry on the library's YouTube channel.