AA Beginners Class: Mike takes a group all the way through the steps over a period of four weeks.
Based on AA beginners classes popular in the 1940s that were conducted by different groups of AA. I was a little fascinated by this bit of AA history I knew nothing about. I did a little research and have reprinted a lengthy article about the beginner classes on the SoberCast.com website.
There are a number of questions asked during the workshop that are impossible to hear, but the answers make most of the questions fairly clear. Recorded in 2009, this workshop is 4 hrs long and the audio file is 110 megs.
Jim P. presenting a step four workshop out of the big book in 2013, this is a very interesting format, it is Jim working with just four people in an informal setting where questions were asked and discussion had along the way. 2.25 hrs.
Charlie & Katie P, going through the steps at Wilson House over a weekend (Feb. 2011).
Each tells a bit of thier story to start, then the steps one at a time in depth.
This workshop is 9.5 hours long and the file is 175 megs. if you are watching your bandwidth download on wifi.
Kerry, she got sober at 18 and gives a pretty great talk on the steps, it has some q&a at the end, the questions can't be easily heard but the answers make the questions fairly clear. Sound is slightly hollow.
Victoria, Australia VicYPAA 2013