Short stories of the Victorian and Edwardian age, read by professional actors.
BRASS Stacks 17: The Snowman
The Hans Christian Andersen fairy tale "The Snowman" tells the melancholy story of a snowman's ill-suited romance with a kitchen stove. Read by special BRASS Stacks guest Billie Wildrick in a co-production with Utter Love audio experiences; go here for more information. (And thanks to Wildrick for the original music and soundscape in this special episode.)
BRASS Episode 39: Rites of Spring
Lord Brass has tea, Lady Brass sees to an an exit, Gwendolyn arranges an entrance, and Mechanical Badgers.
BRASS Stacks 16: Christmas Every Day
William Dean Howell's 1892 story about a little girl who wished it could be Christmas every day has an interesting moral or two for adults as well.
BRASS Stacks 15 : Oh Whistle, And I’ll Come to You, My Lad
A classic ghost story from an acknowledged Master, "Oh Whistle and I'll Come to You, My Lad" is a reminder that not all finders should be keepers. Read by our Lord Brass, Charles Leggett.
BRASS Stacks 14: The Open Window by Saki
Our latest Stacks is this classic story by H.H. Munro, the illimitable Saki. A young man of nervous temperament meets a young woman with a tale to tell. Narrated by our Gwendolyn Brass, the lovely Katherine Grant-Suttie.
BRASS Stacks 13: Gabriel Ernest
We return to our favorite short story writer, Saki, for this classic tale of a disquieting encounter with a strange young man.The Immortal Saki