Bore You To Sleep - Sleep Stories for Adults

Bore You To Sleep - Sleep Stories for Adults

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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 like 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


83 – The Village in the Jungle
Nov 14 • 32 min
Published in 1913 and written by Leonard Woolfe, the story looks at life in the jungle from the viewpoint of the people who live there. My name is Teddy and I aim to help people everywhere get a good night’s rest so they can have a productive day and…
82 – The Rural Life of England
Nov 7 • 34 min
Written in 1838 by William Howitt, we take a walk through the English countryside and appreciate it for it’s uniqueness. My name is Teddy and I aim to help people everywhere get a good night’s rest so they can have a productive day and achieve what they…
81 - The Life, Travels and Literary Career of Bayard Taylor
Oct 30 • 42 min
This is a biographical book written by Russell H Conwell about the life of American Poet, Bayard Taylor. Bayard was also a literary critic, translator, travel author and diplomat. He lived a full life and died in 1878. My name is Teddy and I aim to help…
80 - Wood-Carving: Design And Workmanship
Oct 23 • 35 min
This is a technical book that was published in 1903 by D Appleton and Company. It was written by George Jack and provides a guide for anyone to become an expert in Wood-Carving. My name is Teddy and I aim to help people everywhere get a good night’s rest.…
79 - Black Beauty
Oct 15 • 32 min
Written by English Author, Anna Sewell and published in 1877, this is a story about horses, how to look after them and their overall beauty. This lovely book was recommended by listener of the podcast, Nat. My name is Teddy and I aim to help people…
78 - The Luck of Roaring Camp and Other Tales
Oct 7 • 32 min
Written by Brete Harte and published in 1868, Roaring Camp is a frontier settlement in California. The story is about the birth of a bay boy in a prospecting camp in the 19th Century. My name is Teddy and I aim to help people everywhere get a good night’s…
77 - The Clockwork Man
Sep 30 • 30 min
Written by E. V. Odle and published in 1923. Join Arthur on the Cricket Field as something in the distance distracts him, causing him to get bowled out. My name is Teddy and I aim to help people everywhere get a good night’s rest. I want to help people…
76 – Disenchantment
Sep 25 • 29 min
Disenchantment was published in 1922 and written by C. E. Montague. The story paints a picture of the British Soldiers and their involvement of World War 1. My name is Teddy and I aim to help people everywhere get a good night’s rest. I want to help…
75 – The Green Mirror , A Quiet Story
Sep 22 • 30 min
Written by Hugh Walpole and published in 1917. The book looks at the world from the viewpoint of a young man who spends most of his time alone, reading books and exploring his imagination. My name is Teddy and I aim to help people everywhere get a good…
74 – The Autobiography of Benjamin Franklin
Sep 17 • 31 min
My name is Teddy and I aim to help people everywhere get a good night’s rest. I read a different story every episode to help you get a good night’s rest. It is designed to play in the background as you slowly fall asleep. If you find yourself not enjoying…
73 – The Scarlet Letter (Introduction)
Sep 15 • 31 min
Welcome to tonight’s episode, where we’ll be reading from The Scarlet Letter by American Author, Nathaniel Hawthorne. The story is set inPuritan Massachusetts Bay Colony during the years 1642 to 1649. The book was published in 1850 and I will be reading…
72 – A London Mosaic
Sep 12 • 32 min
My name is Teddy and I aim to help people everywhere get a good night’s rest. I read a different story every episode to help you get a good night’s rest. It is designed to play in the background as you slowly fall asleep. If you find yourself not enjoying…
71 – The Red Cross Girls on the French Firing Line
Sep 10 • 29 min
Welcome to tonight’s episode, where we’ll be reading from The Red Cross Girls on the French Firing Line by Margaret Vandercook. My name is Teddy and I aim to help people everywhere get a good night’s rest. If this podcasts allows you to fall asleep, then…
70 – The Life and Adventures of Robinson Crusoe
Sep 7 • 30 min
Published in 1719 and written by Daniel Defoe, join Robinson Crusoe as he embarks on his journey to travel the high-seas.. My name is Teddy and I aim to help people everywhere get a good night’s rest. I bring this podcast to you to help you get a good…
69 – The Coming Ice Age
Sep 1 • 31 min
The Coming Ice Age was published in 1896 and authored by C. A. M. Taber. The book looks at the science behind sea winds, oceans and ice. It is a scientific account of global weather, its cause and its effects. My name is Teddy and I aim to help people…
68 – Anne of Avonlea
Aug 29 • 31 min
Anne of Avonlea is a 1909 novel by Canadian author Lucy Maud Montgomery. This book follows the next chapter in life for Anne Shirley, after her time in Green Gables. My name is Teddy and I aim to help people everywhere get a good night’s rest. I bring…
67 – Sense and Sensibility
Aug 28 • 28 min
Written by Jane Austen and published in 1811, Sense and Sensibility is a classic English Novel. The story follows the lives of the Dashwood family in an innocent age of ladies and gentleman. My name is Teddy and I aim to help people everywhere get a good…
66 – Winter Sports in Switzerland
Aug 24 • 33 min
Winter Sports in Switzerland by E.F Benson and was published in 1913. It looks at the journey from England to the Swiss Alps, in a time that did not have the ease of access that we have now. It looks at the thoughts of a traveler, that makes the long…
65 - Woodcraft and Camping
Aug 20 • 32 min
Woodcraft and Camping, by George Washington Sears (or, Nessmuk) George penned his novels under the pen name, Nessmuk, and was a sportswriter for Forest and Stream magazine in the 1880’s. He was also an early conservationist. This book is for anyone that…
64 - Mrs Peter Rabbit
Aug 14 • 28 min
Mrs. Peter Rabbit, by Thornton W. Burgess. Published in 1919, follow the journey or Peter Rabbit, as we navigate between friend and foe in the forest. My name is Teddy and I aim to help people everywhere get a good night’s rest. I bring this podcast to…
63 - The White Heart of Mojave
Aug 10 • 31 min
The White Heart of Mojave, an Adventure with the Outdoors of the Desert. Written by Edna Brush Perkins and published in 1922, the story follows two woman who travel into the unknown areas of the Californian Wilderness. I cherish the journey’s that I have…
62 - Wuthering Heights
Aug 7 • 31 min
Tonight’s readings come from, Wuthering Heights by Emily Bronte. Published in 1847, it looks at a wealthy young man from Southern England seeking peace and rest in Yorkshire. I’d like to thank you for listening to the podcast and I hope it helps you fall…
61 - Tunneling: A Practical Treatise by Charles Prelini
Aug 4 • 28 min
Tonight’s readings come from, Tunneling: A Practical Treatise by Charles Prelini It looks the importance tunnel building and mining, from Ancient Rome to the mid 1800’s. I’d like to thank you for listening to the podcast and I hope it helps you fall…
60 - Travels in Alaska
Jul 31 • 30 min
Tonight’s readings come from, Travels in Alaska. It was written by one of my favorite figures in history, John Muir and details his trip of 1879 to Alaska. I’d like to thank you for listening to the podcast and I hope it helps you fall asleep. My goal is…
59 - The Old Printer and the Modern Press
Jul 26 • 30 min
Tonight’s readings come from, The Old Printer and the Modern Press. Written by Charles Knight and published in 1854, it looks at the progress of the press and the English Language in relation to It’s day. I’d like to thank you for listening to the podcast…
58 - The Story of a Governess
Jul 23 • 28 min
Tonight’s readings come from, The Story of a Governess, . Written by Mrs M O W Oliphant (Author), looks at the story of a young governess, and her desire to take her own path in life, rather than the one that people expect her to take. I’d like to thank…
57 - Pep, The Story of a Brave Dog
Jul 20 • 34 min
Tonight’s readings come from, Pep, the Story of Brave Dog. Written by Clarence Hawkes. My mission with this podcast, is to help people everywhere get a good night’s rest. The podcast is completely free and I am grateful for anyone who would like to…
56 - Natalie Page
Jul 15 • 25 min
Natalie Page by Katharine Haviland Taylor was published in 1921. It begins with the early childhood memories of a young Natalie Page and will hopefully end with you falling asleep. It’s a great book to read or listen to, especially if you’re looking to…
55 - Lights And Shadows Of Real Life
Jul 10 • 21 min
The readings tonight come from the beginning of the book by Timothy Shay Arthur . Published in 1851, we will read from the Intro, Preface and Autobiography of the author. I hope you enjoy it and feel free to say hi anytime at Boreyoutosleep.com Rest easy,…
54 - The Evening Post
Jul 6 • 28 min
The Evening Post - A Century of Journalism was written by Allan Nevins in 1922. It looks at journalism in the 1800’s and will hopefully be a good bedtime story to help you fall asleep. Feel free to say hi at boreyoutosleep.com or leave a comment and…
53 - Tom Slade with the Flying Corps
Jun 29 • 26 min
This story follows the life of a young and heroic aviator in World War 1. Published in 1919 and authored by Percy Keese Fitzhugh, I hope it helps lull you to sleep. I enjoy bringing out episodes and I hope you enjoy me doing so. If you do, please…
52 - With Carson and Fremont
Jun 26 • 26 min
Follow the trails of the mountain-men, Carson and Fremont as they travel across the desert and unsafe territory. “With Carson and Fremont” was written by Edwin L. Sabin and takes place in the years 1842 - 1844. I love bringing episodes to people who love…
51 - Moby Dick
Jun 22 • 29 min
Moby Dick is the story told by Ishmael, a seaman who is on a journey to capture Moby Dick. Written by Herman Melville and published in 1851, this story will take you on the high seas as you slowly drift off to sleep. My vision is to create a podcast that…
50 - Lonesome Land
Jun 18 • 29 min
Lonesome Land by B.M.Bower was published in 1924 and looks at romance in it’s early stages. Set in the Old West, this story is about love in an unknown place which can feel lonely at times. The recording is also going to hopefully help lull you to sleep.…
49 - Behind The Screen
Jun 14 • 28 min
Behind The Screen was written by Samuel Goldwyn, one of the founders of Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer, also known as MGM. It was copyrighted in 1927, and talk about some of the most prolific actors and actresses that put Hollywood on the map. It looks at the…
48 - Persuasion
Jun 10 • 29 min
Persuasion by Jane Austen was published in 1817 and the last book she fully completed before she died. It focuses on a young Englishwomen whose wealthy family has fallen on financially hard times, needing to move and adjust their lifestyle. I love helping…
47 - Life in The Woods
Jun 7 • 28 min
“Walden, or Life in the Woods” is a Book and Essay authored by Henry David Thoreau, published in 1854. It looks at life in the 1850’s and it’s surprising how similar the challenges and thoughts that they faced are in comparison to what we see today. The…
46 - The Wonderful Wizard of Oz
Jun 4 • 28 min
Dorothy is a young girl who lives in Kansas with her Aunt and Uncle. When a tornado carries her house away, she wakes up to find that she’s no longer in Kansas, finding herself in a strange and magical land. Thank you for supporting the podcast, I hope…
45 - Peter Pan
May 31 • 27 min
Peter Pan is the story of a mischievous flying boy that lives in Neverland. The book was written by Scottish author and playwright, J.M.Barrie in 1911. I hope it makes you sleepy. If you’d like to support the show, please do so by leaving a review and…
44 - Oliver Twist
May 28 • 27 min
Oliver Twist is the second novel from English author, Charles Dickens. It looks at the story of an orphan boy who was born in a workhouse and follows him through his early years and life. I hope it makes you sleepy. If you’d like to support the show,…
43 - The Adventures of Tom Sawyer (Chp.4)
May 24 • 31 min
Good evening listeners. I’ve decided to make this a special week with consecutive episodes of The Adventures of Tom Sawyer, all in the same week. Tonight we will be the final installment as we finish with Chapter 4 from The Adventures of Tom Sawyer by…
42 - The Adventures of Tom Sawyer (Chp.3)
May 22 • 25 min
Hello Bore You listeners. I’ve decided to make this a special week with consecutive episodes of The Adventures of Tom Sawyer, all in the same week. Tonight we will be continuing on with Chapter 3 from The Adventures of Tom Sawyer by Mark Twain. Published…
41 - The Adventures of Tom Sawyer (Chp.2)
May 21 • 22 min
Hello Bore You listeners. Tonight we will be continuing on with Chapter 2 from The Adventures of Tom Sawyer by Mark Twain. Published in 1876, it focuses on a young by growing up alongside the Mississippi River and looks at the mischievous things he gets…
40 - The Adventures of Tom Sawyer (Chp.1)
May 20 • 27 min
Tonight we will be reading from The Adventures of Tom Sawyer by Mark Twain. Published in 1876, it focuses on a young by growing up alongside the Mississippi River and looks at the mischievous things he gets up to. I think it’s a great book to listen to as…
39 - Alice in Wonderland
May 18 • 32 min
Written by Lewis Carroll and published in 1871, Alice in Wonderland is a story about Alice, a 7 year old girl who while relaxing on a riverbed with her older sister, falls down rabbit hole and travels to a wonderful adventure. I really hope it helps you…
38 - In The Vine Country
May 16 • 24 min
The books delves into life in the late 1800’s and a journey into wine. Wine has been considered a classy beverage for a long time, and even back then, people wanted to learn about. Come for a journey from London to Paris as we read, In the Vine Country. I…
37 - Camp and Trail by Stewart Edward White
May 12 • 24 min
Camp and Trail is a story from the early 20th Century. Things were simpler in the old days, and in the early 1900’s, there was still uncharted territory in America. Camp and Trail takes you back to a time where everything was new and there wasn’t always a…
36 - The Secret Garden
May 8 • 19 min
Hello listeners and thank you for tuning in. The Secret Garden is a class and I know you will like it. If you enjoy it, please leave a comment on your podcast app and more importantly, a rating. As always, you’re welcome to stop by the Website and say…
35 - North and South by Elizabeth Cleghorn Gaskell
May 5 • 28 min
Good evening Bore you to Sleep listeners. I hope you’re looking forward to getting a little rested as we prepare for tonight’s episode. Tonight we will read from “North and South”, a social novel by Elizabeth Gaskell published in 1854. It is a social…
34 - Bleak House, by Charles Dickens
May 3 • 27 min
Good evening listeners. Tonight’s readings come from Charles Dickens’ novel, “Bleak House” Originally published as a serial in 1852, at the center of Bleak House is the Court of Chancery. A long with various sub-plots, Bleak House has all the ingredients…
33 - Anne of Green Gables by Lucy Maud Montgomery
Apr 28 • 27 min
On tonight’s episode we explore readings from Anne Of Green Gables By Lucy Maud Montgomery. Published in 1908 by the Canadian author, the book is a classic children’s novel although it s very well suited to all ages. Set in the late 19th century, I feel…
32 – Emma by Jane Austen
Apr 23 • 32 min
Taking place in the fictional town of Highbury as well as its surrounding towns, “Emma” was first published in 1815. It is a classic novel written by renowned English author, Jane Austin. Thank you in advance for listening to the episode, I hope you enjoy…
31 - Adventures of Huckleberry Finn by Mark Twain
Apr 19 • 32 min
Adventures of Huckleberry Finn is written by Mark Twain and originally published in 1884 in the United Kingdom and then the U.S in 1885. It follows the adventures of a young group of boys, The Tom Sawyer Gang, and provides colorful descriptions of the…
30 - Jane Eyre, by Charlotte Bronte
Apr 15 • 25 min
Tonight will re-visit Jane Eyre, starting at Chapter 2. Jane Eyre is a classic novel that looks at the life of young orphan Jane and is considered a classic novel. It’s a good book to listen to at bedtime. I hope you enjoy it. As always, thank you for…
29 - Winning His Spurs, A Tale of the Crusades by G. A. Henty
Apr 13 • 30 min
Tonight’s reading comes from G.A Henty’s 1895 book, Winning His Spurs, A Tale of the Crusades. It is a medieval story that takes place in the 12th century. Some of the older languge used is extremely easy to listen to at bedtime and I will now read you…
28 - The cultivation of the native grape, and Manufacture of American wines
Apr 10 • 23 min
Hello Sleepy Listeners. Tonight I’ll be reading from the Introduction and the opening chapter of the book. Originally published in 1866, the book takes you back to the very early days of wine making in in America. It was among the very first books in the…
27 - The Conquest of Bread by Peter Kroptkin
Apr 8 • 23 min
Hi Sleepy Listeners, I hope you enjoy tonight’s episode and I really appreciate you listening. Until next time, stay sleepy. Yours sincerely, Teddy —- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app Support…
26 - Kings Mountain National Military Park, South Carolina by George C. Mackenzie
Apr 6 • 25 min
Hey Sleepy Listeners. I hope this episode makes you feel sleepy and helps you get a good night’s rest. If it is helpful, I’d love for you jump into your podcast app, like the podcast and subscribe to the episode. Your comments and support really help out…
25 - Top O’ The World by Mark E. Swan
Apr 3 • 28 min
Hi Listeners, Thank you for listening to the Bore you to Sleep Podcast. I really enjoy helping people get a good night’s rest. If you enjoy the episode, please like the episode and leave a rating in your podcast app. It really helps out and allows me to…
24 - The American Bee Journal
Mar 31 • 17 min
Hi Listeners, Thank you for listening to the Bore you to Sleep Podcast. I really enjoy helping people get a good night’s rest. If you enjoy the episode, please like the episode and leave a rating in your podcast app. It really helps out and allows me to…
23 - Jane Eyre by Charlotte Bronte (Preface and Chapter 1)
Mar 30 • 20 min
Hi Listeners, Thank you for listening to the Bore you to Sleep Podcast. I really enjoy helping people get a good night’s rest. The only favour I ask, is that if you enjoy it, please like the episode and leave a rating in your podcast app. It really helps…
22 - The Dance by Daniel Gregory Mason
Mar 23 • 20 min
Hello Sleepy Listeners! Hope you’re feeling sleepy. Please leave a comment in your podcast app and leave a rating for the show! Your support is greatly appreciated and helps me put out more episodes to make you sleepy :) In the meantime, sit back, rest-up…
21 - The Nests and Eggs of the Birds of the United States
Mar 16 • 15 min
Hello Sleepy Listeners! Hope you’re feeling sleepy. Please leave a comment in your podcast app and leave a rating for the show! Your support is greatly appreciated and helps me put out more episodes to make you sleepy :) In the meantime, sit back, rest-up…
20 - The Yellow Wallpaper By Charlotte Perkins Gilman
Mar 9 • 26 min
Hello Sleepy Listeners! I’ve turned off the background on tonight’s episode. Would love to know if you like it. Please leave a comment in your podcast app and leave a rating for the show! Your support is greatly appreciated and helps me put out more…
19 - History of the English Church in New Zealand by Henry Thomas Purchas
Mar 1 • 25 min
Hope you enjoy the story. If you’ve been enjoying the background music I’ve included in my episodes, please leave a comment in the app. Would love to hear from everyone. In the meantime, I hope you feel a little sleepy and… goodnight. Teddy —- This…
18 - On the Trail: An Outdoor Book for Girls
Feb 22 • 25 min
Sleep Story 18 - On the Trail: An Outdoor Book for Girls —- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/boreyoutosleep/support
17 - Aviation in Canada 1917-1918
Feb 15 • 26 min
Sleep Story 17 - Aviation in Canada 1917-1918 —- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/boreyoutosleep/support
16 - American big-game hunting from the Boone and Crockett Club: A day with the Elk
Feb 8 • 19 min
Sleep Story 16 - American big-game hunting from the Boone and Crockett Club: A day with the Elk —- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app Support this podcast:…
15 - American big-game hunting from the Boone and Crockett Club: The White Goat and his Country
Feb 7 • 19 min
Sleep Story 15 - American big-game hunting from the Boone and Crockett Club: The White Goat and his Country —- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app Support this podcast:…
14 - American big-game hunting from the Boone and Crockett Club: A Buffalo Story
Feb 3 • 15 min
Sleep Story 14 - American big-game hunting from the Boone and Crockett Club: A Buffalo Story —- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/boreyoutosleep/support
13 - American big-game hunting from the Boone and Crockett Club: The Intro to the Boone and Crockett Club
Feb 2 • 14 min
Sleep Story 13 - American big-game hunting from the Boone and Crockett Club: The Intro to the Boone and Crockett Club —- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app Support this podcast:…
12 - American big-game hunting from the Boone and Crockett Club: Preface
Jan 29 • 18 min
American Big-Game Hunting The Book of Boone and Crockett Club —- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/boreyoutosleep/support
11 - The Awkward Age by Henry James: Chapter 4 - Mr Cashmore
Jan 27 • 23 min
Tonight I will read another story from an old book. The story is not all that interesting and aims to help you sleep. Say goodbye to insomnia and hello to boring bedtime stories to help make you sleepy. Continuing on with readings from The Awkward Age by…
10 - The Awkward Age by Henry James: Chapter 3 - Mr Longdon
Jan 25 • 15 min
Tonight I will read another story from an old book. The story is not all that interesting and aims to help you sleep. Say goodbye to insomnia and hello to boring bedtime stories to help make you sleepy. Continuing on with readings from The Awkward Age by…
8 - The Awkward Age by Henry James: Chapter 1- Lady Julia
Jan 21 • 14 min
Tonight I will read another story from an old book. The story is not all that interesting and aims to help you sleep. Say goodbye to insomnia and hello to boring bedtime stories to help make you sleepy. The Awkward Age, continued —- This episode is…
7 - The Awkward Age by Henry James
Jan 20 • 18 min
Tonight I will read another story from an old book. The story is not all that interesting and aims to help you sleep. Say goodbye to insomnia and hello to boring bedtime stories to help make you sleepy. —- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The…
6 - Swann’s Way Part 1
Jan 17 • 14 min
Tonight I will read another story from an old book. The story is not all that interesting and aims to help you sleep. Say goodbye to insomnia and hello to boring bedtime stories to help make you sleepy. —- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The…
5 - Swann’s Way by Marcel Proust
Jan 16 • 18 min
Tonight I will read another story from an old book. The story is not all that interesting and aims to help you sleep. Say goodbye to insomnia and hello to boring bedtime stories to help make you sleepy —- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest…
4 - Elizabeth and her German Garden
Jan 13 • 13 min
Tonight I will read another story from an old book. The story is not all that interesting and aims to help you sleep. Say goodbye to insomnia and hello to boring bedtime stories to help make you sleepy. A book called Elizabeth and her German Garden —-…
3 - The Adventures of Peregrine Pickle
Jan 11 • 15 min
Tonight I will read another story from an old book. The story is not all that interesting and aims to help you sleep. Say goodbye to insomnia and hello to boring bedtime stories to help make you sleepy. The Adventures of Peregrine Pickle by Tobias…
2 - Celebrated Women Travellers of the 19th Century
Jan 9 • 15 min
Tonight I will read another story from an old book. The story is not all that interesting and aims to help you sleep. Say goodbye to insomnia and hello to boring bedtime stories to help make you sleepy. Celebrated women travellers of the 19th century -…
1 - A lost lady by Willa Cather
Jan 8 • 12 min
Tonight I will read another story from an old book. The story is not all that interesting and aims to help you sleep. Say goodbye to insomnia and hello to boring bedtime stories to help make you sleepy. This episode covers readings of A Lost Lady by Willa…