The Memory Palace

Posted In: Episodes

Subscribe to the Podcast | View all EPISODES >> Distance Art

Episode 44:

Mar 23, 2012

Click the image to listen to this episode...

↓ Download Episode

Music, Footnotes & Ephemera

Tags: , , , , ,

14 Comments | Leave a Comment

14 Comments on Distance

  1. DaveS says:

    You are back!

  2. tudza says:

    I don’t qualify for the Audible offer because I have also been a customer for years, at least 12 I think.

    It was easy enough to remember the URL you wanted people to visit, but you should post it somewhere here. I couldn’t find it if it is here.

  3. Kathryn Bird says:

    You brought me to tears in under 4 minutes. Damn, man, you are good. Your fans cry “more!”. Great to have another little jewel from you.

  4. Kristina says:

    Hi tudza,

    That URL is

    Hope that helps!

  5. Marian says:

    I missed your podcasts recently and am glad you are back!!!

  6. Finally a piece on Morse! As a portraitist I was astounded to know that such an able painter could be forgotten to the art world due to his other achievements, like if mozart had also invented the omelet. Thanks for deciding to make this piece!

  7. Shelley says:

    This was such a wonderful podcast. As an Art Historian, I just loved how you connected the art with science…Wow! Thanks!

  8. Pingback: My favorite podcast episodes of 2012 « Picking Podcasts

  9. Pingback: More Podcasts You Should Be Listening To: The Memory Palace, 99% Invisible, and The Moth | And Not The Myth

  10. Lynda says:

    Oh my goodness. This episode was amazing — I’ve been binging on them and many are fantastic, but this one! Wow! Thank you for your wonderful storytelling. It’s not that often that I gasp out loud and start crying because of a story. Beautiful.

  11. Pingback: {saturday} shindig | march 21 |

  12. Pingback: 6 Podcasts To Listen To After A Breakup - Cheap Sales

  13. Jeff says:

    This is the most beautiful piece of storytelling I’ve come across.

  14. Rachael says:

    This gave me shivery goose bumps! You are such a gifted storyteller, Mr. Dimeo.

    And a really compelling Charlie Manson.