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Snoozecast is the podcast designed to help you fall asleep.
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    • Health & Fitness
    • 4.6 • 1.3K Ratings

Snoozecast is the podcast designed to help you fall asleep.
You can count on a new episode every Monday, Wednesday and Friday.
Learn more about us at snoozecast.com and connect with us on social media @snoozecast!
Support us:


Listen ad-free on Patreon 


Get Snoozecast merch like cozy sweatshirts and accessories 

    The Influence of the Stars

    The Influence of the Stars

    This episode is brought to you by our Patreon Supporters and by heavenly bodies. 
    Tonight, we’ll read the opening to The Influence of the Stars published in 1904. It was written by Rosa Baughan, the eldest daughter of an eminent London newspaper man. She soon established a reputation of her own - as one of the most intriguing spiritualists in Victorian Britain. In her short life, she published more than twenty titles devoted to graphology, divination and astrology. 
    This episode first aired on November 20, 2020. 
    — read by V —
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    • 31 min
    Behind the Green Door | Penny Parker

    Behind the Green Door | Penny Parker

    Tonight, we’ll read the opening to the 1940 mystery “Behind the Green Door”, part of the “Penny Parker” series written by Mildred Wirt, also known by Mildred Benson. Benson was a journalist and prolific writer, under many pseudonyms, who is best known for creating the Nancy Drew series.

    Along with being the heroine of the series, Penny Parker was a high school student turned sleuth who also sporadically worked as a reporter for her father's newspaper.

    The author Benson favored Penny Parker over all the other books she wrote, including Nancy Drew. Her obituary quoted her as saying, " 'I always thought Penny Parker was a better Nancy Drew than Nancy is."

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    • 34 min
    The Secret Garden pt. 25

    The Secret Garden pt. 25

    Tonight, we’ll read the next part to “The Secret Garden”, a novel by Frances Hodgson Burnett published in 1911.
    In the last episode, Dickon tends the vegetable garden he keeps at home in the evenings, after working on the flowery Secret Garden in the daytime. Sometimes his mother, Mrs. Sowerby, keeps him company. Dickon shares the secret with her, and she bakes rolls for the children to satiate their voracious appetites while they are gardening.
    — read by V —
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    • 32 min
    The Opal

    The Opal

    Tonight, we’ll rebroadcast “The Opal”, a fairy tale about how the gemstone was formed. This story originally aired on December 7th, 2020.
    Depending on the conditions in which it formed, precious opal may be iridescent with white, black, or nearly any color of the visual spectrum as a background color. Black opal is considered to be the rarest, whereas white, gray, and green are the most common.
    Opal was rare and very valuable in antiquity. In Europe, it was a gem prized by royalty. Until the opening of vast deposits in Australia in the 19th century the only known source was beyond the Roman frontier in Slovakia.
    Opal was also said to grant invisibility- if wrapped in a fresh bay leaf and held in the hand- and thus it was considered the gemstone of thieves.
    — read by V —
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    • 38 min
    The Million Dollar Bond Robbery | Poirot

    The Million Dollar Bond Robbery | Poirot

    Tonight, we’ll read “The Million Dollar Bond Robbery”, a short story written by Agatha Christie and published in 1924 as part of her “Poirot Investigates” series.
    In this story, a million dollars of bonds disappear from under a young man’s nose and he is being held accountable.
    If you enjoy this episode, be sure to listen to our first Poirot story, “The Western Star” which aired in June of 2022 and “The Cheap Flat” which aired in August .
    By the way, a “portmanteau” has two meanings. One is the way it is used in this story- a large suitcase or trunk that opens into two equal parts. The other way is as a word that blends the sounds and combining the meanings of two others, for example motel which combines ‘motor’ and ‘hotel’, podcast which combines ‘iPod’ with ‘broadcast’ or of course, Snoozecast which contains ‘getting cozy’ with bedtime.
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    • 30 min
    Winnie-the-Pooh pt. 5

    Winnie-the-Pooh pt. 5

    Tonight, we’ll read the next part to “Winnie-the-Pooh” a children’s story written by A.A. Milne and published in 1926. This collection of short stories features an anthropomorphic teddy bear, Winnie-the-Pooh, along with his friends Christopher Robin, Piglet, Eeyore, Owl, Rabbit, Kanga, and Roo.
    In the previous episode, we read the second half of chapter five, in which Piglet met a Heffalump, and also the first half of chapter six, in which eeyore had a birthday and if he is lucky, he may get two presents.
    — read by V —
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    • 34 min

Customer Reviews

4.6 out of 5
1.3K Ratings

1.3K Ratings

Bananah_R ,

Perfect to drift off to

I have had trouble sleeping my whole life, but this podcast has really helped. A Melatonin and The Secret Garden really knocks me out. Thank you for the wonderful podcast.

drhausrat ,

THANK GOD

I’ve had problems sleeping since covid.
I eat an edible and out this on, and I’m out. Can’t even remember any of the stories.
So grateful for this podcast!!

got sleep ,

Why the LOUD MUSIC??

Why have such a wonderful app that lulls one to sleep only to have jarring music at the end startle them right back awake? I cannot fathom the reasoning for this. Absent that complaint this would be five stars all around, but the jolt this always gives me makes me no longer want to listen. A true shame.
Perhaps something more in line with the quiet tone of the narrators would be more appropriate? Or perhaps it’s just me…?

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