In this hour, stories of moments of beauty, awe, and clarity uncovered amidst chaos and the quotidian. Hosted by the Moth's Artistic Director Catherine Burns. The Moth Radio Hour is produced by The Moth and Jay Allison of Atlantic Public Media. The Moth’s third book, Occasional Magic, is now availab
A little boy and his grandma attend a pro-wrestling match in 1955; a prisoner is contacted by a girl who says she’s his daughter; a high school principal goes above and beyond with a needy student; a teenager has a life changing experience during an internship at a hospital; and an experienced nurse
This month is Irish Heritage Month, and on this episode, we’re celebrating all things Irish, a culture in which storytelling is tradition and a people who are working to keep it alive today.
Hosted by: Dan Kennedy
Storytellers: Michael Devlin, Claire Nevin & Paul Doran
In this hour, ballet "late in life," an unusual pet, drag queens and divorce. Stories to show us a new perspective. Hosted by The Moth's Executive Producer, Sarah Austin Jenness. The *Moth Radio Hour *is produced by The Moth and Jay Allison of Atlantic Public Media.
Hosted by: Sarah Austin Jenness
This week, stories of mothers and mental health. This episode is hosted by Kate Tellers, and features an interview with certified nurse midwife, Shannon McCabe.
Hosted by: Kate Tellers
Storytellers: Jim Giaccone, Kate Spindler
What happens when you come back to your hometown after years of being away? How do you feel when something so familiar is also so distant? This week, join Talia Smith and guest host, Joie Affleck, in their discussion of the 2004 Indie Classic, Garden State. Show Linktree: https://linktr.ee/onceupona
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In this episode, I talk about why I ALWAYS carry one of my cameras with me and how it helps me stay saine and creative.
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On this episode of The Storytelling Lab, Rain chats with Robert Kennedy II -- author, speaker, coach, corporate trainer, and expert storyteller. Robert brings a wealth of knowledge and actionable tips to us this week! He talks on the importance of prioritization and execution, how to stay "interest
My guest today is Graham Cochrane. He’s the host of the popular podcast, The Graham Cochrane Show.And I love his story because it’s a true gritty, burn the boats...rags to riches kind of tale.And today we get clear on a lot of the lessons and steps Graham used to build his audienceBecause without an
In 2008, TJ Behe wrote a book called Contraband and it was published by Slave Labor Graphics. It's just a few years later and Contraband is being rereleased by Markosia.
"Rampant cyberbullying. Fake news trolling. Spying, voyeurism and privacy invasion. This is Contraband, the ruthless entrepr
This week we have a sad announcement, but join us for a lore discussion as well!
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After watching a Netflix-show, inspired by a most ingenious woman, I needed to start the conversation on guilty pleasure.
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I’ve seen some unbelievable examples of machines writing content that is actually engaging.
Let’s review how you can use machine learning in your content creation.
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Designer, educator and author Regine Gilbert joins Christoph Trappe on this live recording of the Business Storytelling Podcast to discuss inclusive design in a digital world.
Connect with her here: https://reginegilbert.com/
Grab her book on the topic: https://amzn.to/3fUNroj
A Grimms Fairytale about an old woman whose husband catches a fish that grants them whatever they wish for, but the old woman is so discontented with every wish she is granted and so keeps asking for more and more to try and satisfy her greed. (duration - 16 minutes) An episode from Journey with S
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(1:00) Smack Calls Casey Jay the Face of Female Battle Rap.(8:50) Nunn Nunn & Ryda Recap.(18:05) JB, The URL Director of Content joins the show. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
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“Mistress, we’re already in Quarantine; must we add orgasm denial, too?!” Marcia B’s non-binary partner Cami loves chastity play and humiliation, and Marcia soon realizes how compatible their kinks are - power exchange and cock cages work well together. But when Marcia’s Chastity cards determine tha
Episode 26 of Tales from the Cartridge! In this episode, we cover the 2000 N64 game Spider-Man 64! Can Spidey stop a a rogues gallery of villains to save NYC?! Yeah probably! Can he save Mary Jane from be drowned in sewage water? Wow, I hope so! Does Venom somehow go from villain to comic relief?! I
Ali discusses the classic Disney movie, Cinderella (1950), based on the folk tale of the same name.
In this hour, Molly Ringwald finds herself in the principal’s office with her daughter, a young man navigates life with his single mom, a boy who loves Barbies is terrified at the thought of playing tackle football, and a daughter contemplates how to face her mother’s death with grace.* *The Moth Ra
This week, we're rediscovering one of the most memorable Moth stories ever told, “The Best of Times, The Worst of Times,” told by Anthony Griffith, in honor of his new book. We follow up with Anthony in a brand new interview about the day he told this story and his life afterwards. Behind the Laught