84 episodes

Hosted by Jon Hagadorn, 1001 Stories For The Road has something for everybody- fully narrated books (The Call of the Wild, King' Solomon's Mines) and short pieces on people and history (Next Stop Mayberry (Behind the scenes of the Andy Griffiths Show), Anchors Aweigh (How the Navy Theme Song was created), Remembering The Blues Brothers, and many other stories averaging about 25 minutes in length. And much more coming! Enjoy- and send us a review!

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    • Society & Culture
    • 4.6, 115 Ratings

Hosted by Jon Hagadorn, 1001 Stories For The Road has something for everybody- fully narrated books (The Call of the Wild, King' Solomon's Mines) and short pieces on people and history (Next Stop Mayberry (Behind the scenes of the Andy Griffiths Show), Anchors Aweigh (How the Navy Theme Song was created), Remembering The Blues Brothers, and many other stories averaging about 25 minutes in length. And much more coming! Enjoy- and send us a review!

Customer Reviews

4.6 out of 5
115 Ratings

115 Ratings

WalkerOneSon ,

Excellent!

All of the 1001 podcasts provide excellent entertainment. They add so much to a solo walk, and pass the time when engaged in yard work. Thank you for hours of classic literature read in a most pleasing way!

Modern crusader ,

Hypocrisy at it’s best.

Narrator has no problems profiting off of old stories, but in the example of chapter 4 of Solomon’s mines(and the elephant hunting), and it being omitted from the story is ridiculous. Apparently the narrator believes better than the author about what has relevance to his work. Political correctness? I do believe. I’d hate to be so weak minded—or at very least such a slave to money to the point of desecrating art for profit.

Garbage.

SethTheLandSurveyor ,

Loyal Listener

Mr. Hagedorn does an excellent job retelling some wonderful stories. I listen every day during my 55 minute commute to and from work. I LOVE the American history tales, old whaling tales, and all the Jack London stories. Keep it up, sir. Your love for the stories you tell really shines through in your enthusiasm and genuine joy.

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