Search Results. It Could Have Happened To Anyone. It’s Like Borrowing. Bill Bernat. Stories. Prisons, Princes and Playgrounds. Extras from this episode: Listen to the full, uncut hour at PRX.
Jillian Lauren Jillian boards a plane for Brunei in search of a modern day fairy tale. Jillian as a dancer in New York City. Jillian at the harem in Brunei. Jillian and her family today. Micaela Blei Micaela is an elementary school teacher trying to control a group of third-grade warmongers on the playground. Micaela, showing off her “teddy bear teacher” skills. An artist’s interpretation of Micaela reading to her students. Micaela’s favorite piece of fan mail. An acrostic poem by a secret admirer.
Damien Echols One of the West Memphis Three talks about serving 18 years on death row for a crime he did not commit. Damien in conversation with Henry Rollins at the New York Public Library. Damien and the other members of the West Memphis Three, at the press conference announcing their release. Damien’s first snowfall. Damien and his wife Lori. The music featured in this episode… The Drift – Uncanny Valley - Find it on iTunes/Amazon/Spotify. PTSD, Lost Art, and The Berlin Wall. Extras from this episode: Listen to the full, uncut episode over at PRX.
Ed Gavagan A man is nearly stabbed to death by a gang, then loses his job and his home while working through PTSD. Ed Gavagan discusses life after an extremely traumatic event in this web-exclusive conversation with The Moth’s artistic director Catherine Burns. Blue Men, Psychopaths and a Bad Date. Extras from this episode: Listen to the full, uncut hour at PRX, or on The Moth Mobile App!
John Grady After many years in the legendary Blue Man Group, a performer makes a profound connection with an audience member. John gets ready for a “Blue Man Group” show backstage. James Fallon A world-renowned neuroscientist identifies patterns in the brains of psychopathic killers. The Moth’s Artistic Director, Catherine Burns, interviews neuroscientist James Fallon about his family’s dark past and his struggle to keep his promise. Gang Initiations, My Way and the KKK. Extras from this episode: Ed Gavagan A carpenter finds reason to stay in New York City after a chance encounter in the West Village.
Watch Ed tell his story live at a Moth Mainstage event. Long-time Moth friend and storyteller Ed Gavagan’s day job is running his own design and build firm. One of his projects was creating The Moth offices. In early 2013, a 3-alarm fire destroyed those studios. Please join The Moth and the New York storytelling community for Nine Lives, a special show to raise money for Ed and the artisans of the Greenwich Street Studio, on Tuesday, March 26th, 2013 at Housing Works Bookstore Cafe in New York City with stories by Elna Baker, Steve Zimmer, Adam Wade, Jim O’Grady, many more of your Moth favorites, and hosted by Peter Aguero.
Stephanie Summerville Returning home to small-town Indiana, a young woman finds work caring for an unlikely (and challenging) patient. Watch Stephanie tell her story in this video of her performance. Malcolm Gladwell. Amputation, Al Gore and Heroin. Extras from this episode: Listen to the full, uncut hour at PRX, or on The Moth Mobile App!
Warren Macdonald A hiker details his journey home through a trial by stone. Warren MacDonald on one of his many hikes after his accident. Photo courtesy Warren Macdonald. Mark Katz Speechwriter Mark Katz accidentally steals a popular joke and dreads confessing to Al Gore. Mark Katz gets a laugh from President Clinton. Juliet Hope Wayne When her dark past scares off her love interest, an artist changes her trajectory. A still from Juliet’s final animation project, mentioned in her story.
Juliet and Pete pictured together before a road trip. Crime and Forgiveness (Re-aired 12/31) Behind the Stories: The Moth Radio Hour Extras Take a gander at the special behind-the-stories extras which you may have heard mentioned on the latest season of The Moth Radio Hour.
Read more » Crime and Forgiveness (Re-aired 12/31) Listen Add A retired felon remembers when he first enrolled in pickpocket school, a Mormon virgin gives us an episode of No-Sex in the City, and the victim of a random stabbing has his day in court. Veterans Day Special 2014 by The Moth on PRX. Darryl “DMC” McDaniels. The Triumph of Apathy. Radio. The Moth Radio Hour features our most beloved tales and the stories behind the stories.
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