With tag: the_moth
True Stories Told Live
In this week's Moth Radio Hour, a boy's Bar Mitvah becomes a family battle ground
Stories Told Live On Stage!
This week on The Moth Radio Hour, Laura Albert, better known as
JT LeRoy, details her side of what became a major literary scandal.
A New Season Of The Moth!
An astrophysicist discovers wild parallels in her research and romantic
life in this new episode of The Moth Radio Hour.
Moth Marathon Saturday at Noon!
Tune in Saturday afternoon for the VPR Moth Marathon, 5 hours of stories told live without notes. We're also giving away tickets to The Moth live at Burlington's Flynn Center, plus dinner and accommodations. The Moth Marathon runs noon to five this Saturday on VPR.
The Moth Season Finale
This Saturday is the Moth season finale and our final installment of stories told live without scripts. This week, hear stories of tragedy, intrigue, and a tattoo that reveals compassion among prison inmates.
VPR Saturday Special
The Moth returns to VPR for a fourth week of stories told lives without scripts.
Saturday: The Moth
In this episode of the Moth, we listen to stories of identity. This week's featured story-tellers include Blue's Clues host Steve Burns and Sex in the City producer Cindy Chupak.
The Moth: Prejudice and Power
In this episode of The Moth, hear stories of prejudice and power from double-amputee/record-setting runner/actress Aimee Mullins, ex-NYC Mayor Ed Koch, and three high school students from New Orleans.
The Moth: OMG, Stories Of The Sacred
The Moth returns for stories of the sacred this Saturday! Hear how rituals of Judaism guide a comedian through a dark hour. Then, Reverend Al Sharpton recalls learning real forgiveness after being stabbed, and Afghan music is un-silenced!
The Moth Radio Hour
Listen for the last episode of The Moth Radio Hour, stories told live without scripts. This week: a dance move worthy of James Brown's praise, a graphic account of drug addiction, a macabre in-flight procedure.
The Moth Radio Hour
evangelist searches for souls and customers in the aisles of a Target store and an
adolescent money-making scheme is hatched in 1970s Spanish Harlem in this episode of The Moth Radio Hour.