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Modern Miss Mason

By Charlotte Mason Lifestyle || Leah Boden

A Charlotte Mason podcast helping you find freedom in her philosophy. Conversations around childhood, motherhood & education. The Modern Miss Mason Podcast is hosted by Leah Boden 🇬🇧
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Narration Advice - With Leah Boden

Modern Miss Mason Jun 02, 2023

Narration Advice - With Leah Boden
Jun 02, 202308:19
Wordsworth On Wednesday - Composed On Westminster Bridge

Wordsworth On Wednesday - Composed On Westminster Bridge

Book your conference ticket here: Composed upon Westminster Bridge, September 3, 1802
Earth has not any thing to show more fair:
Dull would he be of soul who could pass by
A sight so touching in its majesty:
This City now doth, like a garment, wear
The beauty of the morning; silent, bare,
Ships, towers, domes, theatres, and temples lie
Open unto the fields, and to the sky;
All bright and glittering in the smokeless air.
Never did sun more beautifully steep
In his first splendour, valley, rock, or hill;
Ne'er saw I, never felt, a calm so deep!
The river glideth at his own sweet will:
Dear God! the very houses seem asleep;
And all that mighty heart is lying still!
May 31, 202304:25
Wordsworth On Wednesday - My Heart Leaps Up

Wordsworth On Wednesday - My Heart Leaps Up

Book in to the Modern Miss Mason Conference and/or sign up to The Collective here: My Heart Leaps Up by William Wordsworth: My heart leaps up when I behold A rainbow in the sky:
So was it when my life began;
So is it now I am a man;
So be it when I shall grow old,
Or let me die!
The Child is father of the Man;
And I could wish my days to be
Bound each to each by natural piety.
May 24, 202305:10
Reading Alone Versus Reading Together - With Leah Boden

Reading Alone Versus Reading Together - With Leah Boden

Ten Ideas For Book Club Questions:

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Book Club Questions:

1. What were your initial thoughts about the book? Did your opinion change as you kept reading?

2. How would you describe the author's writing style? Did it enhance or hinder your reading experience?

3. Which character did you really relate to or find the most interesting? Why?

4. Any particular themes or messages that really grabbed your attention? How did the author explore them?

5. What parts of the story hooked or surprised you the most? Did any plot twists totally throw you off?

6. Did the book evoke any strong emotions? Which scenes or moments got you right in the feels?

7. Could you picture the settings described in the book? Did the author do a good job of bringing them to life?

8. Were there any quotes or lines that really spoke to you? Share your favourites and chat about what they meant to you.

9. Did the pacing of the book feel right to you? Were there any parts that dragged or went too fast?

10. What did you make of the ending? Did it leave you satisfied or wanting more?

What would you add?
May 19, 202324:22
Wordsworth On Wednesday - To The Daisy

Wordsworth On Wednesday - To The Daisy

To the Daisy
by William Wordsworth.
With little here to do or see
Of things that in the great world be,
Daisy! again I talk to thee,
For thou art worthy,
Thou unassuming Common-place
Of Nature, with that homely face,
And yet with something of a grace,
Which Love makes for thee!

Oft on the dappled turf at ease
I sit, and play with similes,
Loose types of things through all degrees,
Thoughts of thy raising:
And many a fond and idle name
I give to thee, for praise or blame,
As is the humour of the game,
While I am gazing.

A nun demure of lowly port;
Or sprightly maiden, of Love's court,
In thy simplicity the sport
Of all temptations;
A queen in crown of rubies drest;
A starveling in a scanty vest;
Are all, as seems to suit thee best,
Thy appellations.

A little Cyclops with one eye
Staring to threaten and defy,
That thought comes next — and instantly
The freak is over,
The shape will vanish — and behold
A silver shield with boss of gold,
That spreads itself, some faery bold
In fight to cover!

I see thee glittering from afar —
And then thou art a pretty star;
Not quite so fair as many are
In heaven above thee!
Yet like a star, with glittering crest,
Self-poised in air thou seem'st to rest; —
May peace come never to his nest,
Who shall reprove thee!

Bright Flower ! for by that name at last,
When all my reveries are past,
I call thee, and to that cleave fast,
Sweet silent creature!
That breath'st with me in sun and air,
Do thou, as thou art wont, repair
My heart with gladness, and a share
Of thy meek nature!
May 17, 202306:36
On The Stage And Off: An Actors Life - With Daniel J Carver
May 12, 202344:54
Wordsworth On Wednesday - Ode, Composed On A May Morning

Wordsworth On Wednesday - Ode, Composed On A May Morning

While from the purpling east departs
The star that led the dawn,
Blithe Flora from her couch upstarts,
For May is on the lawn.
A quickening hope, a freshening glee,
Foreran the expected Power,
Whose first-drawn breath, from bush and tree,
Shakes off that pearly shower.

All Nature welcomes Her whose sway
Tempers the year's extremes;
Who scattereth lustres o'er noon-day,
Like morning's dewy gleams;
While mellow warble, sprightly trill,
The tremulous heart excite;
And hums the balmy air to still
The balance of delight.

Time was, blest Power! when youth and maids
At peep of dawn would rise,
And wander forth, in forest glades
Thy birth to solemnize.
Though mute the song---to grace the rite
Untouched the hawthorn bough,
Thy Spirit triumphs o'er the slight;
Man changes, but not Thou!

Thy feathered Lieges bill and wings
In love's disport employ;
Warmed by thy influence, creeping things
Awake to silent joy:
Queen art thou still for each gay plant
Where the slim wild deer roves;
And served in depths where fishes haunt
Their own mysterious groves.

Cloud-piercing peak, and trackless heath,
Instinctive homage pay;
Nor wants the dim-lit cave a wreath
To honor thee, sweet May!
Where cities fanned by thy brisk airs
Behold a smokeless sky,
Their puniest flower-pot-nursling dares
To open a bright eye.

And if, on this thy natal morn,
The pole, from which thy name
Hath not departed, stands forlorn
Of song and dance and game;
Still from the village-green a vow
Aspires to thee addrest,
Wherever peace is on the brow,
Or love within the breast.

Yes! where Love nestles thou canst teach
The soul to love the more;
Hearts also shall thy lessons reach
That never loved before.
Stript is the haughty one of pride,
The bashful freed from fear,
While rising, like the ocean-tide,
In flow the joyous year.

Hush, feeble lyre! weak words refuse
The service to prolong!
To yon exulting thrush the Muse
Entrusts the imperfect song;
His voice shall chant, in accents clear,
Throughout the live-long day,
Till the first silver star appear,
The sovereignty of May.
May 10, 202307:36
Wordsworth On Wednesday - To My Sister

Wordsworth On Wednesday - To My Sister

There’s no intro this week, sorry! Thankful I’ve pre-recorded lots of these poems as I have no voice today! - Enjoy the poem, Leah x
May 03, 202302:14
How To Stay Flexible As A Charlotte Mason Educator - With Leah Boden
Apr 28, 202325:40
Wordsworth On Wednesday - The Small Celandine

Wordsworth On Wednesday - The Small Celandine

Join The Collective here: There is a Flower, the Lesser Celandine,
That shrinks, like many more, from cold and rain;
And, the first moment that the sun may shine,
Bright as the sun itself, 'tis out again!

When hailstones have been falling, swarm on swarm,—
Or blasts the green field and the trees distress'd,
Oft have I seen it muffled up from harm,
In close self-shelter, like a Thing at rest.

But lately, one rough day, this Flower I pass'd,
And recognized it, though an alter'd Form,
Now standing forth an offering to the Blast,
And buffeted at will by Rain and Storm.

​I stopp'd, and said with inly-muttered voice,
"It doth not love the shower, nor seek the cold;
This neither is its courage nor its choice,
But its necessity in being old.

The sunshine may not bless it, nor the dew;
It cannot help itself in its decay;
Stiff in its members, withered, changed of hue."
And, in my spleen, I smiled that it was grey.

To be a Prodigal's Favorite—then, worse truth,
A Miser's Pensioner—behold our lot!
O Man! that from thy fair and shining youth
Age might but take the things Youth needed not!
Apr 26, 202305:00
Wordsworth On Wednesdays - To A Skylark

Wordsworth On Wednesdays - To A Skylark

To the Skylark
Ethereal minstrel! pilgrim of the sky!
Dost thou despise the earth where cares abound?
Or, while the wings aspire, are heart and eye
Both with thy nest upon the dewy ground?
Thy nest which thou canst drop into at will,
Those quivering wings composed, that music still!

Leave to the nightingale her shady wood;
A privacy of glorious light is thine;
Whence thou dost pour upon the world a flood
Of harmony, with instinct more divine;
Type of the wise who soar, but never roam;
True to the kindred points of Heaven and Home!
Apr 05, 202303:45
Coffee & Catch Up - With Leah Boden
Mar 31, 202326:14
Wordsworth On Wednesday - I Wandered Lonely As A Cloud

Wordsworth On Wednesday - I Wandered Lonely As A Cloud

I Wandered Lonely as a Cloud
I wandered lonely as a cloud
That floats on high o'er vales and hills,
When all at once I saw a crowd,
A host, of golden daffodils;
Beside the lake, beneath the trees,
Fluttering and dancing in the breeze.

Continuous as the stars that shine
And twinkle on the milky way,
They stretched in never-ending line
Along the margin of a bay:
Ten thousand saw I at a glance,
Tossing their heads in sprightly dance.

The waves beside them danced; but they
Out-did the sparkling waves in glee:
A poet could not but be gay,
In such a jocund company:
I gazed—and gazed—but little thought
What wealth the show to me had brought:

For oft, when on my couch I lie
In vacant or in pensive mood,
They flash upon that inward eye
Which is the bliss of solitude;
And then my heart with pleasure fills,
And dances with the daffodils.
Mar 29, 202302:40
How To Revamp Your Nature Study - With Leah Boden
Mar 24, 202322:46
Wordsworth On Wednesday - Lines Written In Early Spring

Wordsworth On Wednesday - Lines Written In Early Spring

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Mar 22, 202302:16
Picture Study Within A Charlotte Mason Education - With Leah Boden

Picture Study Within A Charlotte Mason Education - With Leah Boden

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Mar 17, 202322:57
Wordsworth On Wednesday - To The Cuckoo
Mar 15, 202303:15
What Is A Living Book Anyway? - With Leah Boden
Mar 10, 202324:36
Wordsworth On Wednesday - The Tables Turned
Mar 08, 202302:37
Ten Tips For Navigating Narration - With Leah Boden
Mar 03, 202312:25
Wordsworth On Wednesday - Written In March
Mar 01, 202301:47
Where Do I Start With The Charlotte Mason Philosophy? - With Leah Boden

Where Do I Start With The Charlotte Mason Philosophy? - With Leah Boden

Join The Collective here: Olufunmike’s Substack Newsletter: Living Books Press:
Feb 24, 202325:28
Realistic Tips For Rest - With Leah Boden
Feb 17, 202320:27
Modern Miss Mason, The Book, One Month On - With Dave & Leah Boden
Feb 10, 202336:11
Part 2: Numeracy & Literacy Within The Charlotte Mason Philosophy - With Leah Boden
Feb 03, 202352:37
Numeracy & Literacy Within The Charlotte Mason Philosophy Pt.1 - With Leah Boden
Jan 27, 202345:34
Charlotte Mason Meets Waldorf - With Rachel Kovac

Charlotte Mason Meets Waldorf - With Rachel Kovac

Listen in to this vibrant conversation with mother of 6 and home educator, Rachel Kovac. The Reading Mind Podcast: How to read literature like a professor: Come and join The Collective: Read Modern Miss Mason, the book:
Jan 20, 202301:02:42
Book Launch Party 🎉 - With Greta Eskridge & Leah Boden
Jan 13, 202352:13
A Christmas Greeting & A Poem - With Leah Boden
Dec 22, 202209:54
Advice For December - With Leah Boden
Dec 02, 202223:06
Charlotte Mason In Australia - With Michelle Morrow
Nov 25, 202257:05
Make Learning Stick - With Dave & Leah Boden
Nov 18, 202254:28
OFF THE CUFF - Let’s Talk About The Book

OFF THE CUFF - Let’s Talk About The Book

Linktree: Modern Miss Mason: Discover How Charlotte Mason's Revolutionary Ideas on Home Education Can Change How You and Your Children Learn and Grow Together. || For every mother who desires to cultivate a lasting foundation of curiosity and wonder for her children from home, whilst continuing a rich life of learning for herself.

Modern Miss Mason is your invitation into an adventure, a call to turn a corner on your already incredible journey of parenting and let Leah Boden show you the fresh face of an age-old perspective on motherhood, childhood, and education.

As a young mother and new home educator, Leah was overwhelmed by the breadth of available resources. How to know which to choose? What would best guide and inspire her children? Whose voices should she trust?

That's when she discovered the timeless work and words of Charlotte Mason. A ground-breaking and revolutionary voice in education, Charlotte breathed life and beauty back into childhood in a stiff, archaic age, opening the eyes of parent-teachers and the hearts of students--and changing the future of home education.

Let Leah Boden show you how Charlotte Mason's ideas can transform your homeschooling experience.

She will help you:

find methods that you and your children can explore by learning through books, being outdoors, and through living experiences;
recognise that each child is unique and discover how to plan their learning journey accordingly; and
learn how to practically incorporate Charlotte's timeless philosophy into your home every day.
In an overwhelming digital age that can distract and divert our attention from the past, turn back to Charlotte Mason's educational ideas that started it all--and discover what they can do for you and your family.
Nov 11, 202226:05
Charlotte Mason And The Unschooler - With Amy Hughes
Nov 04, 202201:27:01
Another Way To Learn - With Molly Ashton

Another Way To Learn - With Molly Ashton

Modern Miss Mason Home Nov/Dec Workshops:
Another Way To Learn - About the book
Over the past century, the role of parents in the education of children has changed dramatically. This timely book, written by an experienced group of British home educators, is a call for parents to take back this role, a battle cry to defend our right to do so and a vision for the restoration of family within our nation. It is a handbook to equip and empower families in the daily rhythms and choices of home education.
This book will inspire those who are curious and encourage those already on the journey. Packed with practical advice, it is an irresistible call to bring education right back to the heart and hearth of the family. Book website Blog Podcast
Oct 28, 202245:00
Why And How To Look At Art - With Russ Ramsey
Oct 21, 202201:05:11
Fighting Fear With Stories - With Jennifer Pepito
Oct 14, 202235:34
Shakespeare, Script Writing, And Life On The Stage - With Daniel J Carver
Oct 07, 202245:26
The Beauty Of Botany - With Leif Bersweden
Sep 30, 202242:47
Modern Miss Mason Conference 2022 Q&A - Speakers Panel
Jul 05, 202225:19
An Artist’s Year - With Anna Koska

An Artist’s Year - With Anna Koska

Anna Koska is a published author, and freelance illustrator of some 25 years, specialising in fruit, vegetables and the natural world, and to date has illustrated in excess of 100 books. As well as book illustration, Anna regularly receives commissions from chefs, authors and restauranteurs for food and botanical art. Anna works in watercolour, pen & ink, oils and, most recently, egg tempera. Her methods may vary but the joy of her artwork is constant; each piece she creates is a celebration of the fruit, vegetable, animal or plant she has captured with her inimitable flare, which has secured her place as one of the UK’s leading natural history illustrators. Anna's a new book, From Coast and Cove: An Artist’s Year in Paint and Pen published by Pavilion is available now. You can find Anna over on instagram and twitter @gremkoska - Unboxed Course: || Use Code: unboxednewbie Leave me an Off The Cuff voice message: || Conference & Workshop:
May 27, 202255:54
OFF THE CUFF - Large Family Homeschooling

OFF THE CUFF - Large Family Homeschooling

Unboxed Course: || Use Code: unboxednewbie Leave me an Off The Cuff voice message: || Conference & Workshop:
May 20, 202234:32
OFF THE CUFF - Living Books
Apr 29, 202220:08
OFF THE CUFF - Teaching A Child To Read
Apr 22, 202226:24
Worlds Of Wonder: Writing & Illustrating Charlotte Mason's Story - With Lanaya Gore & Twila Farmer
Apr 15, 202242:02
OFF THE CUFF - The Reluctant Learner
Apr 08, 202226:47
OFF THE CUFF: What is the Charlotte Mason philosophy?
Apr 01, 202223:59
Ambleside, The Armitt, and Adventures In Archaeology - With Faye Morrissey

Ambleside, The Armitt, and Adventures In Archaeology - With Faye Morrissey

Today I have the privilege of introducing you to Faye Morrissey, the new manager of the The Armitt Museum and Library in Ambleside, Lake District. We discuss her archaeological background, her journey into the role at The Armitt, and how she plans to celebrate and care for the legacy of Charlotte Mason. Enjoy! Please visit The Armitt here: and consider donating (scroll to bottom of page) to support their ongoing work here:||

Friends! The February workshop is open and tickets are on sale, Unboxed is at it cheapest price before we upgrade to a new platform in March (don’t worry, we’ll move you all over), and I have coaching slots open for February and March - so click here: and come see me!
Jan 25, 202242:22
The More You Read, The More You Know - With Cindy Rollins
Jan 18, 202249:55
Life On The Lake With Boys And Books - With Betsy Jenkins
Jan 11, 202249:50
Art That Makes The World Go Round - With Lauren Hoffman
Jan 04, 202252:36
Your Place In The Story: A Christmas Poem - With Leah Boden

Your Place In The Story: A Christmas Poem - With Leah Boden

A very happy Christmas to you my dear listeners - may you know the closeness of family, clarity of mind for this season, and the joy, love and peace of Jesus in your heart! || I’m so very grateful for each of you and have wonderful plans as we journey together in 2022. - Leah x x
Dec 24, 202104:14
Music: The Poetry Of The Air - With Joel Clarkson

Music: The Poetry Of The Air - With Joel Clarkson

“Let young people study as far as possible under one master until they have received some of this teaching and know its style." Charlotte Mason || I could think of no better guest to discuss the power of music with than author, musician and composer, Joel Clarkson. || Joel is a treasure trove of wisdom, and inspiration when it comes to making, playing and listening to good music - today we particularly talk about orchestral and classical music, which as Charlotte Mason educators, I know it’s right up your street! When we wrapped up this conversation I felt like I’d paid good money for a classical music and composition workshop, honestly I learnt so much, and I know you will too! || Hang on until the last few minutes of the interview and you’ll hear a snippet of Joel’s music which he was so generous to let me use on the podcast. Please, check out his book, his albums, his audio readings of the Green Ember series by S D Smith, and anything else he has produced or created. || If you love the podcast I’d be so grateful if you could rate, review and share the love - it really gets the word around, and it would be the perfect Christmas present!  Thank you. ||  Joel Clarkson: ||  Leah's Links:

Dec 20, 202150:43
When The Poets Speak - With David Bowden
Dec 13, 202146:39
Life Through A Lens - With Nina Constable
Dec 06, 202101:01:32
Beauty Is My Job - With Tim & Chris Willard

Beauty Is My Job - With Tim & Chris Willard

If you don't already know Tim and Chris Willard you are in for a treat! This fabulous pair share grace and beauty through their words and images whilst writing books, raising daughters, and home educating. Keep an eye out for Tim's new book early next year. You can follow them here: & here: Tim's website: Sign up for the final Modern Miss Mason Workshop of 2021 on Dec 4th here (replay will be sent out to you): My website:
Nov 29, 202156:22
A May Morning - With Dave & Leah Boden
May 12, 202130:38
Confidence, Connection And The Art Of Slowing Down - With Leslie Martino
Apr 12, 202157:06
Our Muslim Homeschool - With Dr. Gemma Somauroo

Our Muslim Homeschool - With Dr. Gemma Somauroo

Gemma Somauroo (@ourmuslimhomeschool) is a wife, homeschool mum to 4, award winning blogger, inspirer, encourager, podcaster and top notch homeschool content creator; her platform delivers wisdom and experience on YouTube, Instagram, Facebook as well as through her “Launch Your Homeschool” course.

Our conversation today covers homeschool beginnings, organisation, emotional health advice as well as a general get to know Gemma, I know you’re going to love it.

Find ALL my links here:
Apr 05, 202159:49
Learning & Living Well - With Alicia Hutchinson
Mar 29, 202155:35
Farming, Writing & Finally Living - With Christine Bailey
Mar 22, 202101:05:46
Beauty From Ashes - With Sarah Clarkson
Mar 15, 202155:34
A Spacious Place - With Christie Purifoy
Mar 08, 202101:02:16
Recitation & Memorisation For Delight & Growth - With Serena McCarthy (feat. Paul Sheffield)
Mar 01, 202148:41
Contentment As A Growth Strategy - With Amber O’Neil Johnston
Feb 22, 202118:38
Creativity, And The Courage To Continue - With Kyle Campbell
Feb 15, 202156:58
We’re Back! Introduction to Season 3 and tips for growth with Rachel Kovac

We’re Back! Introduction to Season 3 and tips for growth with Rachel Kovac

I’m so glad to be back after a long break which included Christmas, New Year and a long, difficult bout of Covid-19 😞 Today I introduce Season 3 and share an excerpt from the Podcast LIVE recording. Rachel Kovac @rachelstitchedtogether shares her three tips for growth in 2021. Don’t forget to share, click on those five stars and leave a review to help our fellow mamas find the podcast ❤️
Feb 08, 202117:10
Building Community, Inspiring Freedom & Telling Of It - Ainsley Arment
Dec 07, 202055:25
Light And Literature - With Cindy Rollins
Nov 30, 202040:06
The Tale Of An Irish Storyteller - With Meghan Elise Bell
Nov 23, 202041:49
A Longing To Learn - With Karen Glass

A Longing To Learn - With Karen Glass

It was a absolute delight to interview Karen Glass, such a poignant voice into the Charlotte Mason community and she even brought a favourite poem along with her which you’ll hear at the end of the podcast. Please go across to and find out more about her books, research and desire to keep us all learning. Truly a kindred spirit. As ever you can find ALL the links to ALL my things (including Charlotte Mason Unboxed, Code: NOV20) over here:
Nov 16, 202053:23
A Bird, A Motto, A Legacy - With Dr. Susie Nyman
Nov 09, 202045:56
Tales Of Wisdom And Wonder - With Sally Clarkson
Nov 02, 202036:13
Where Charlotte Mason Wears An Afro - With Amber O’Neal Johnston
Oct 26, 202048:43
Brave Enough To Learn - With Julie Bogart
Oct 19, 202058:14
A Relationship Revolution - With Dr. Carroll Smith
Oct 12, 202057:24
The Mighty Mother - With Eloise Rickman
Oct 05, 202054:34
Grit & Growth In Education - With Dave Boden
Sep 28, 202047:27
The PNEU In You - With Em Bowers
Sep 21, 202050:26
The Serendipity of Shakespeare - With Serena McCarthy
Sep 14, 202052:49
A Summer Of Poems - Richele Baburina
Aug 31, 202006:54
A Summer Of Poems - Elsie Iudicello
Aug 24, 202007:30
A Summer Of Poems - Joy Clarkson
Aug 17, 202007:20
A Summer Of Poems - Amy Hughes
Aug 10, 202008:25
A Summer Of Poems - A Birthday, A Road Trip & Wordsworth
Aug 03, 202007:47
A Summer Of Poems - Diana Edwin
Jul 27, 202005:00
A Summer Of Poems - Greta Eskridge
Jul 20, 202005:21
A Summer Of Poems - Lynn Seddon
Jul 13, 202007:31
A Summer Of Poems - Leah Boden (Yep, that’s me!)
Jul 06, 202004:15
The Numbers Game (with Richele Baburina)

The Numbers Game (with Richele Baburina)

We’re wrapping up this season with an epic, fabulous conversation plus Q & A with mother, creative and Charlotte Mason enthusiast Richele Baburina about maths! Here are a few places you can find her. Shop for maths resources over at and brush drawing resources over on - - IG: @rbaburina || ALL the links to ALL my things are here: and don’t forget to use the code DEAL20 for 20% off the Charlotte Mason Unboxed course (limited numbers for a limited time). Enjoy - Leah
Jun 29, 202059:33
Use Your Imagination (with Elsie Iudicello)
Jun 22, 202050:46
Putting The “I” In Handicrafts (with Rachel Kovac)
Jun 15, 202038:33
Step Back In Time (with Hilda Manriquez)
Jun 08, 202044:35
Pause For Poetry (with Joy Clarkson)
Jun 01, 202036:19
A Quiet Growing Time (With Amy Hughes)
May 25, 202037:11
A Journey To The Centre Of Science (with Diana Edwin)
May 18, 202047:34
When Words Have Wings (with Greta Eskridge)
May 11, 202039:26
The Moveable Feast (With Kyle Campbell)
May 04, 202021:43
Two Northern Birds (with Lynn Seddon)
Apr 27, 202029:13
The Woman & The Writer

The Woman & The Writer

In this episode we explore the length and depths of Charlotte Mason’s 6 volumes; how to read them and not feel overwhelmed along with ten top tips for study. The poem recited is “Of Isolation” by Charlotte Mason taken from “The saviour of the world” volume 1.
Apr 20, 202025:29