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Saturday Special
The VPR Saturday Special: True Stories Told Live
Saturday, 03/16/13
Sebastian Junger and Jamaica Kincaid share true stories this week on The Moth Radio Hour.
Saturday Special
The VPR Saturday Special: True Stories Told Live
Saturday, 03/02/13
This week on The Moth, an author who treasures the art of letter-writing is spellbound by an inmate who becomes a pen pal, and more true stories told live!
Saturday Special
The VPR Saturday Special: True Stories Told Live
Saturday, 02/23/13
In this episode of The Moth Radio Hour, a severely stuttering child years later becomes the world's premier jaguar expert, and more true stories told live.
Saturday Special
The VPR Saturday Special: True Stories Told Live
Saturday, 02/16/13
The Moth features true stories told live without notes. This week on The Moth Radio Hour, a batboy for the New York Yankees goes on a wild goose chase for a left-handed bat-stretcher, an Irish-Catholic family obsessed with the Kennedys dedicates a summer to spying on their idols, a comedian experiences the ultimate heartbreak, and a drill sergeant faints at the sight of blood.
Saturday Special
The VPR Saturday Special: State Of The Re:Union: Summer In Sanctuary
Saturday, 02/09/13
This episode chronicles Al Letson's journey teaching at a summer camp at the Sanctuary on 8th Street, a community center in an economically challenged neighborhood of Jacksonville, Florida.
Saturday Special
The VPR Saturday Special: State Of The Re:Union: Pike County
Saturday, 02/02/13
Al Letson and guest producer Lu Olkowski visit a tiny town in the Appalachian foothills of Ohio where, for a century, residents have shared the common bond of identifying as African-American despite the fact that they look white.
Saturday Special
The VPR Saturday Special: State Of The Re:Union: Internet Communities
Saturday, 01/26/13
With this episode of State of the Re:Union, we tell stories of the Internet’s impact on community-building in human terms, on the messy level of people’s daily existence, where its effects are rarely solely positive or negative.
Saturday Special
The VPR Saturday Special: State Of The Re:Union: The Story of Bayard Rustin
Saturday, 01/19/13
Bayard Rustin was a pivotal figure in the civil rights movement that you may not have heard of. He counseled Martin Luther King on the value of non-violence and helped engineer the March on Washington. Al Letson tells Rustin's story Saturday at 4.
Saturday Special
The VPR Saturday Special: State Of The Re:Union: Tucson
Saturday, 01/12/13
Tucson sits in the borderlands, the desert landscape where America and Mexico meet. We visit Tucson this week on State of the Re:Union.
Saturday Special
The VPR Saturday Special: State Of The Re:Union: Jacksonville
Saturday, 01/05/13
Jacksonville is the largest city in the whole country: 841 acres of sprawl, highways, and strip malls dotted with tiny, unique neighborhoods. How does a place this huge and diverse lurch forward to keep pace with the rest of the country?
Saturday Special
The VPR Saturday Special: The Best Radio Stories Of 2012
Saturday, 12/22/12
The Third Coast International Audio Festival brings the best new documentaries produced worldwide to the national airwaves in a special program hosted by award-winning writer, producer and humorist, Gwen Macsai.
Saturday Special
The VPR Saturday Special: True Stories Told Live
Saturday, 12/15/12
In this week's episode of The Moth Radio Hour, after many years in the legendary Blue Man Group, a performer makes a profound connection with an audience member.
Saturday Special
The VPR Saturday Special: True Stories Told Live
Saturday, 12/08/12
In this week's Moth Radio Hour, a boy's Bar Mitvah becomes a family battle ground
Saturday Special
The VPR Saturday Special: The Moth Radio Hour
Saturday, 12/01/12
A nerdy family thwarts petty larceny in suburban Chicago in this week's episode of The Moth Radio Hour.
Saturday Special
The VPR Saturday Special: Stories Told Live On Stage!
Saturday, 11/24/12
This week on The Moth Radio Hour, Laura Albert, better known as JT LeRoy, details her side of what became a major literary scandal.
Saturday Special
The VPR Saturday Special: A New Season Of The Moth!
Saturday, 11/17/12
An astrophysicist discovers wild parallels in her research and romantic life in this new episode of The Moth Radio Hour.
Saturday Special
The VPR Saturday Special: Here's The Thing: David Letterman
Saturday, 11/10/12
Alec Baldwin talks with David Letterman.
Saturday Special
The VPR Saturday Special: Here's The Thing: Chris Rock
Saturday, 11/03/12
Alec Baldwin speaks with Herb Alpert and Chris Rock.
Saturday Special
The VPR Saturday Special: Here's The Thing: Lorne Michaels
Saturday, 10/27/12
Alec Baldwin chats with "SNL" creator, Lorne Michaels.
Saturday Special
The VPR Saturday Special: Here's The Thing: Kirsten Wiig
Saturday, 10/20/12
Alec Baldwin chats with Kristen Wiig and Dick Cavett.
Saturday Special
The VPR Saturday Special: Here's The Thing
Saturday, 10/13/12
The unpredictable Alec Baldwin hangs out with some pretty cool people.
Saturday Special
The VPR Saturday Special: State of the Re:Union: Comic Books
Saturday, 10/06/12
In a series first, State of the Re:Union explores a vast community that's based around a medium, rather than a geographic location: Comic books! They serve as the connection point for a diverse community of people,
Saturday Special
The VPR Saturday Special: State of the Re:Union: Missouri's Ozarks
Saturday, 09/29/12
The Ozarks have long been an isolated place—steep mountains break up the landscape into hills and hollows, making each little town its own microcosm.
Saturday Special
The VPR Saturday Special: Saturday Special: Left Behind
Saturday, 09/22/12
Every year, more than a million kids drop out of school. Without a diploma, they will have a tough time succeeding. But the problem starts much earlier than high school.
Saturday Special
The VPR Saturday Special: State of the Re:Union: Vermont
Saturday, 09/15/12
Quaint storefronts along Main streets, covered bridges and dairy cows are the iconic images of Vermont. But Vermonters pride themselves on their independent spirits and their passion to rebuild is a force of nature, stronger than Tropical Storm Irene.
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