The Moth Radio Hour
The Moth Radio Hour features true stories told live on stage without scripts, notes, props, or accompaniment.
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Two stories about fighting back: Against the U.S. Congress and against a school bus bully. Storytellers: Holly Hughes and Tara Clancy.
A woman becomes a stepmother to a dog, a tour guide in Toronto confronts racism, a mother learns the meaning of “Little pitchers have big ears”, and one half of the pop duo Milli Vanilli tells his side of the story. Storytellers: Sara Barron, Falen Johnson, Catherine Palmer, and Fabrice Morvan.
A mother gets surprising news in the maternity ward, a man is addicted to cookies, an elderly woman gets a “ticket to heaven”, and a musician helps the FBI capture America’s Most Wanted. Storytellers: Bethany Van Delft, Bill Bernat, Breeda Miller, and Josh Bond.
Ophira Eisenberg lands a coveted role in the school play, and Brian Babylon runs a side business at his summer job.
A White House Executive Pastry Chef describes landing the job of a lifetime, and an amateur baker decides to try her hand at making cakes for a living. Storytellers: Bill Yosses and Christine Kalafus.
A gambler with a destructive streak tells himself he can beat the odds one last time, best-selling author Jamaica Kincaid is sent to live with her aunt after the birth of her little brother, and award-winning journalist and documentary filmmaker Sebastian Junger spends years covering war. Storytellers: Josh Axelrad, Jamaica Kincaid, and Sebastian Junger.