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Start listening now to over 30 salty sea stories featuring pirates, mermaids, mutiny, ship wrecks, sea dogs, romance and adventures in foreign ports. New episodes are added twice a week, and will include science fiction, weird tales, ghost stories, crime thrillers and interviews with special guests. Please subscribe, hit the share link and post a review. Thank You! Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/malcolmtorres/support
 
This podcast is a telling of stories of submarines and the brave people that have crewed them. From the first men to board a submarine to modern uses of nuclear powered boats, I plan to tell the tales of the silent service that haven't had a significant platform to be heard. You can email me suggestions, comments, or topics I should cover at bubbleheadpod@gmail.com.
 
Listen in to conversations with women of the South China Sea in search of one common thread -- life purpose... Podcast host Jasmine Low speaks with women of this region, shares their stories and narrates articles from yesteryear and delves into her 10-year research into sound frequencies and how that got her to "Listen by Heart" in finding her own purpose. Were all of the women before her in search of the same goal? It's telling in the daily greeting by Nanyang migrants in their own dialects ...
 
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Bob Bailey had to get out of New Mexico. He was running with the wrong crowd and "ran away from home into the Navy." He started out slow and was not the most squared away sailor, but built his career and matured into a leader that knew how a great tactical sonar man acted. He once flew into the air during the emergency blow and lived to tell about …
 
Welcome to a special edition of Listen by Heart, narrated by Jasmine H. Low. 🖤 On August 9th 2021, International Day of the World’s Indigenous Peoples themed ‘Leaving No One Behind’ left me thinking of our future, and of the concept of freedom. 💛 It's August 30th, Malaysia's Merdeka Day. A quick dip into historical events would show the timeline fr…
 
Joe Miller grew up in Virginia Beach surfing and staying away from Navy. It wasn't until he was married and laid off, that Joe reconsidered his decision and joined Uncle Sam's navy as an officer. Joe shares many stories that his wife was tired of hearing that you will love.Di Bill Nowicki, Host
 
Written and narrated by Dr. Ann Lee, this story was published amongst 16 others in Malaysian Folk Tales: Retold & Remixed, edited by Daphne Lee, published by ZI Publications (2011). Su and her natural love for swimming is based on the folktale about a girl who was kidnapped by an orangutan. The irony is that her abductor reveals its bubbly and very…
 
Welcome to Season Two of the Listen by Heart Podcast, where we feature Stories from the Women of the South China Sea. In episode five, podcast host Jasmine Low speaks to Dr. Ann Lee about gender and sexuality and if her grandmother may have known anyone who was queer. Ann talks about her university days in London, attending a writer’s workshop with…
 
Welcome to Season Two of the Listen by Heart Podcast, where we feature Stories from the Women of the South China Sea. It's episode four and podcast host Jasmine Low speaks to Dr. Ann Lee about her family. Born of mixed parentage, Dr. Ann recalls stories of her family: her maternal side in North Borneo and Sabah, Malaysia, as well as her paternal si…
 
Welcome to Season Two of the Listen by Heart Podcast, where we feature Stories from the Women of the South China Seas. Podcast host Jasmine Low has a conversation with Dr. Ann Lee about BOH Cameronian award-winning play Tarap Man featured in Southeast Asian Plays (Aurora Metro), plays and their mobility. Keyword mentions: Tarap Man, Kadazan, Telegu…
 
Welcome to Season Two of the Listen by Heart Podcast, where we feature Stories from the Women of the South China Seas. In this episode, podcast host Jasmine Low has a conversation with Dr. Ann Lee, and we establish that it was in September 1994 when Kuali Works, an all-women arts company specialising in theatre, TV and publications in Malaysia was …
 
Welcome to Season Two of the Listen by Heart Podcast, where we feature Stories from the Women of the South China Sea. Podcast host Jasmine Low introduces Dr. Ann Lee in this first episode. Ann speaks about her career including national news reader to an MC of the Closing Ceremony of the 1998 Kuala Lumpur Commonwealth Games. She has also had a caree…
 
Welcome to Season Two of the Listen by Heart Podcast, where we feature Stories from the Women of the South China Sea. Podcast host Jasmine Low introduces Dr. Ann Lee, and they chat about Ann's short story that was published in Malaysian Folk Tales: Retold & Remixed, edited by Daphne Lee and published by ZI Publications (2011). Su and her Natural Lo…
 
Sailors will put up with a lot of harsh treatment, bad food, lack of fresh water and long days of hard work at sea. But sailors will not tolerate being becalmed at sea with no breeze. This will lead to trouble and ultimately to madness among the crew. Be sure to grab a copy of the short sea story, Making Peace With Japan by Malcolm Torres. It's ava…
 
In my first episode back after a long hiatus, I talk about some of the facts and conspiracies surrounding the dissapearacne of the USS Scorpion. Thanks for listening, and please also check out my other podcast, CounterAction, linked below. CounterAction video streams: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCmFhIvYj-2bc2XW2o3WpdRg CounterAction podcast ep…
 
Any good collection of sea stories has to have at least one tale where sailors get rip roaring drunk. In this story, Saturday Night Revels, we get a double dose of inebriated behavior, while officers get drunk in the cabin, the crew ties one on in the forecastle. Try the Sea Adventure Collection by Malcolm Torres, the first story in the series is f…
 
David Rifkin never planned on joining the Navy. He found the salary for a community college professors not quite enough. He consented to an interview with Adm Rickover and was accepted to the Navy Nuclear Power program. David worked his way up the ranks, supporting his sailors and officers making decisions while commanding the USS Billfish, SSN 676…
 
Here's a conversation recorded one afternoon as I chat with Shirl while she eats — her favourite thing to do! We speak in English, Malay and Hokkien. This is an experimental concept, where podcast host/producer Jasmine H. Low records periods during her day as a carer for mum... The first few seconds are sounds recorded while Jasmine escapes for a c…
 
Set sail aboard the brig Wanderer, an American privateer, during the War of 1812. Captain Wilcox uses tricks and tactics to capture a British merchant vessel. Will she be looted and burned or will the Captain's noble nature prevail? Be sure to browse Malcolm Torres' sea stories and science fiction novels and short stories on Apple iBooks, Amazon, B…
 
A comical meeting between English dignitaries and Peter the Great, the Czar of Russia, aboard a ship anchored off Amsterdam. Be sure to grab a copy of Sixty-Four Days, A Sea Story by Malcolm Torres. It's free on Apple iBook, Amazon, Smashwords and Barnes & Noble. --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/malcolmtorres/support…
 
Daniel Newcomer started his submarine career aspirations in 8th grade. His dad was a traveling Baptist preacher and when he was onboard the USS City of Corpus Christi was exposed to a family tour that both surprised and shocked him. Now Daniel reconnects with his submarine brothers and enjoys reminiscing about his times in the smoke shack. He also …
 
After a long voyage, a sailor's heart longs to be home with loved ones, and that's what this story is all about. If you enjoy a good sea story be sure to read the books written by Malcolm Torres, including The Pirate, Sailors Take Warning, Sailors Delight and The Sea Adventure Collection. They are available in paperback and eBook format on Amazon, …
 
Between sailors and their significant others there are many tales of hot romance and heartbreak. In today's story we hear another chapter in the comical and confusing love life of Frank Granger. If you enjoy a salty sea story, grab a copy of Sixty-Four Days, a short story, by Malcolm Torres, available for free on Smashwords, Barnes & Noble, Apple i…
 
In every group of sailors, there's always a practical joker, and in this story we are reacquainted with Rufus Armstrong, a sailor who sets everyone he meets up for a laugh. In this episode we also have a review of the short novel, The Story of a Shipwrecked Sailor by Gabriel Garcia Marquez. Please grab a copy of The Pirate, a sea story by Malcolm T…
 
Written and narrated by Jasmine H. Low, Girl Gungho: Identity is a quirky teaser, fiction laced with some real-life experiences about growing up in Kuala Lumpur in the 80s, the yearn to find balance and gender equality and the big move from Kuala Lumpur to Sydney as a student. Thank you for listening. Enjoy! -- About the Listen by Heart Podcast -- …
 
Sounds recorded by Jasmine H. Low + an afternoon chat with Shirl. An experimental concept, where the producer Jasmine H. Low records periods during her day as a carer for mum... Unspoken quiet moments while Shirl sleeps. These in-between moments give room for much thought, reflection and creativity. A step forward usually means a push off of faith,…
 
Spoken word performance written and narrated by Jasmine H. Low At the doorstep of BIMP-EAGA nations, China, US & Australian ships have been ‘patrolling’ the South China Sea since Easter. “The South China Sea holds an estimated 190 trillion 👀 cubic feet of natural gas and 11 billion barrels of oil in proved and probable reserves, with much more pote…
 
In every group of sailors, there's always one practical joker, and that's who we have in today's story, Rufus Armstrong and his practical jokes. On this episode we also have a review of The North Water a nautical novel by Ian McGuire. If you enjoy a good salty sea story be sure to read the books by Malcolm Torres, including The Pirate, Sailors Take…
 
Sailors face many hardships, including difficult work, constant risk, low pay and the cost of maintaining boats. For these reasons, sailors love a funny sea story that makes us laugh. This comical tale is from Ocean Adventures published in 1857 by J. Sleeper. Please grab a copy of the short sea story Sixty-Four Days by Malcolm Torres, available for…
 
Is whistling aboard ship bad luck? Sailors are a superstitious bunch, and some claim whistling stirs up a breeze which stirs up the waves and brings on a storm. In this tale we conclude the story of Whistling Jack. If you enjoy a good salty sea story be sure to read the books by Malcolm Torres, including The Pirate, Sailors Take Warning, Sailors De…
 
Sailors are superstitious. But is whistling aboard ship bad luck? Some claim whistling stirs up the breeze which stirs up the waves and brings on a storm. In this tale we meet Whistling Jack and find out if there is any truth behind this superstition. This is Part-1 of a 2-Part story. If you enjoy a good salty sea story be sure to read the books wr…
 
Sometimes when a sailor goes to sea it breaks the heart of the one they leave behind. Other times a sailor runs away to sea to get away from someone who broke their heart. This story is a romantic comedy from Ocean Adventures by J. S. Sleeper. If you enjoy a good salty sea story be sure to read the books written by Malcolm Torres, including The Pir…
 
A ship sailing from Rio de Janeiro to Boston encounters a hurricane near the Bahamas. As they run away north to Boston, they encounter a blasting gale and a snow storm. The captain and crew fight to save the ship and get around Cape Cod and into Boston Harbor. (Part-2 of a 2-Part Story) If you enjoy a good salty sea story be sure to read the books …
 
The Australian Magpie (Gymnorhina tibicen) is a black and white chesty bird native to Australia and New Guinea. Famous for their vocalisations that mimic the environment, Jasmine was targeted three consecutive times and was 'swooped' on her head while walking past a street in Zetland, NSW. When she recorded this from her mother's balcony in Sydney,…
 
A ship sailing from Rio de Janeiro to Boston encounters a hurricane near the Bahamas. As they run away north to Boston, they encounter a blasting gale and a snow storm. The captain and crew fight to save the ship and get around Cape Cod and into Boston Harbor. If you enjoy a good salty sea story be sure to read the books written by Malcolm Torres, …
 
This episode is all about sailors on horseback. We have Jerry Marlinspike's Ride, a sea story in which a sailor goes for a horseback ride and brings along a small anchor. We also have a review of the Jack London biography written by Irving Stone entitled Sailor on Horseback. If you enjoy a good salty sea story be sure to read the books by Malcolm T…
 
In the conclusion of this two-part story we discover the identity of the strange man living with the Widow Morrison. This tale is from Ocean Adventures by John Sherburne Sleeper, published in Boston in 1857. If you enjoy a good sea story be sure to read the books written by Malcolm Torres, including The Pirate, Sailors Take Warning, Sailors Delight…
 
The departure from colonialism. Written and narrated by Jasmine H. Low. -- About the Listen by Heart Podcast -- You have been listening to Jasmine Low’s Audio Journey experience, presenting Season One of Listen by Heart: Voices of the Women of the South China Seas starting with herself. Subscribe to the podcast on your preferred platform and if you…
 
Written and narrated by Jasmine Low. Insatiable. Chasing. Knowing. And the letting go, when knowing is enough. This piece was originally written in 12 Jan 2009 and rewritten in March 2021 following an in-depth critique by Malaysian playwright & researcher Dr. Ann Lee. The author writes about a duality in her identity, in her love for her native cou…
 
Who is the strange man living with the Widow Morrison, and what tragedy befell her ship-captain husband on his return voyage from Canton so many years ago? Listen to this two-part story to learn the answers to these questions. This is another story from Ocean Adventures by John Sherburne Sleeper, published in Boston in 1857. If you enjoy a good sal…
 
The back story From 2003-2012, I was actively writing, performing spoken word poetry and organising poetry & music gigs in the Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia circuit. Together with Jerome Kugan, Sabahan singer songwriter and then editor of a lifestyle magazine KLUE, we formed Wayang Kata in collaboration with the British Council Malaysia and Apples & Snake…
 
Listen in to conversations with women of the South China Seas in search of one common thread -- life purpose... Podcast host Jasmine Low speaks with women of this region, shares their stories and narrates articles from yesteryear and delves into her 10-year research into sound frequencies and how that got her to "Listen by Heart" in finding her own…
 
The worst possible thing that can happen to a sailor happens to Calico Jack. He falls over the side and is lost at sea. What happens next is quite possibly one of the best sea stories ever told. If you enjoy a good salty sea story be sure to read the books written by Malcolm Torres, including The Pirate, Sailors Take Warning, Sailors Delight and Th…
 
A sailor on shore leave in Havana is accused of murder under questionable circumstances. What will happen when he goes on trial? This is another tale from Ocean Adventures published by J.S. Sleeper in 1857. If you enjoy a good salty sea story be sure to read the books by Malcolm Torres, including The Pirate, Sailors Take Warning, Sailors Delight an…
 
The term "high seas" has new meaning when a drunk captain orders the crew to put up too much sail. This episode also includes short book reviews of INTO THE RAGING SEA, the true story behind the sinking of the cargo ship El Faro by Rachel Slade, and a review of BEACON 23 a Sci-Fi thriller by Hugh Howey. If you enjoy a good salty sea story be sure t…
 
Walter Grafton is a broken wretch of a man when he returns to his New Hampshire Village after 25 years spent impressed (forced to serve) in the British Navy. If you enjoy a good salty sea story be sure to read the books by Malcolm Torres, including The Pirate, Sailors Take Warning, Sailors Delight and The Sea Adventure Collection. They are availabl…
 
The crew of the brig Horse Mackerel desperately load cannons and distribute pikes as a pirate ship chases them down. Will they be boarded and murdered, or will they get away? If you enjoy a salty sea story be sure to read the books by Malcolm Torres, including The Pirate, Sailors Take Warning, Sailors Delight and The Sea Adventure Collection. They …
 
Lucky Captain Cameron finds a beautiful castaway adrift on a catamaran off the coast of Brazil. Who is this lovely maiden and how did she come to be lost at sea? If you enjoy a good salty sea story be sure to read the books by Malcolm Torres, including The Pirate, Sailors Take Warning, Sailors Delight and The Sea Adventure Collection. They are avai…
 
Tom Dulany's troubles begin when he flirts with a married Portuguese beauty. Things only get worse when his ship is becalmed on the ocean and Tom decides to go for a swim. If you love a good sea story, be sure to read the books by Malcolm Torres, including Sailors Take Warning, Sailors Delight, The Pirate and The Sea Adventure Collection. They are …
 
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