Miss Charlotte's Finishing School for Wayward Readers
Miss Charlotte's Finishing School for Wayward Readers
S1 E5 - What? No Room Service?

Okay, I’m going to stop saying that we release at 0:01 Fridays, Japan time, because realistically, it’s not going to happen. In fact, this episode would not have made it to release until the end of September if Joan Chen hadn’t agreed to take over editing duties from me. So, thanks for your patience. You can expect weekly episodes, but just not maybe on a strict schedule until Season 2, which will undoubtedly (doubtedly) benefit from better planning.

Also, we swear a bunch. As usual.

In this week’s episode, we discuss Chapters 12 – 15 of Wuthering Heights. Andrew gives his report in the form of a religious sermon (delivered by an idiot), Andrew threatens to burn Daniel’s house down during a disagreement on Heathcliff’s relative culpability in the mess that is his relationship with Cathy, and we learn the significance of Heathcliff being “found” in Liverpool particularly.

Our wayward readers are:

Andrew Woolner, Artistic Director of the Yokohama Theatre Group.
Daniel Wishes, Puppeteer and Podcaster
Emi Do, World-changer and marathon runner
Juri Ito, Assistant Artistic Director of the Yokohama Theatre Group.

Akihiro Akane wrote our theme song. You can find out more about him and his work at https://www.instagram.com/ardenaki/ and https://ardenaki.com/. Andrew wrote the words.

The podcast is edited by Joan Chen.

Miss Charlotte’s Finishing School for Wayward Readers is an audio production of the Yokohama Theatre Group, or YTG, a non-profit theatre company based in Japan. If you want to support the theatrical work we do, you can head over to ytg.jp and click the support button.

P.S. Do you want to join us as a Wayward Reader for our second season? If you think you have what it takes, head over to our contact page and get in touch!

Image below: the comb of Emily Brontë as mentioned in the podcast.

Emily Bronte's death comb