In the Vicar’s Daughter’s Bedroom

Introducing my new podcast, In the Vicar’s Daughter’s Bedroom.

A mix of memories and childhood whimsy of growing up in a Lancashire vicarage in the 1950s and 1960s. Auto-fiction written and read by yours truly.

Listen to the first episode:

In the coming days you will be able to listen via most popular podcast platforms including:

  • Spotify
  • Apple Podcasts
  • Breaker
  • Castbox
  • Google Podcasts
  • Overcast
  • Pocket Casts
  • RadioPublic

Until then you can subscribe to my website for regular updates, or go to https://anchor.fm/eithnenightingale.

I hope you enjoy this first episode. I’m new to this so please do send any feedback to eithne.nightingale@icloud.com. The next episode will be available next week.

Eithne x

One thought on “In the Vicar’s Daughter’s Bedroom

  1. Hi Eithne
    That’s really lovely and so evocative of rural post war England when all we kids had to worry about were egg races or, in my case, fire station competitions. A breath of fresh air!

    I heard from Rayah that congratulations are in order re your PhD.

    My chemo ended at the end of January and we managed to get to France and CORSICA before the lock down but had to give Italy a miss.

    All my post cancer best laid plans re returning to Calais and other stuff are on hold so, like you, I’ve turned my mind to more creative matters and am self publishing my first book of poems very soon.

    If you like I can send you a sample poem?

    I look forward to episode two!
    Take care and hope you’re surviving!

    Sent from my iPad

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