The Moth Radio Hour
The Moth Radio Hour features true stories told live on stage without scripts, notes, props, or accompaniment.
The episodes displayed are not the full Radio Hour. For the full program, visit the Moth Radio Hour Website.
A man vows to help his fellow ex-inmate, and a man pays a price for the tough attitude he develops as a corrections officer.
A special veteran’s day episode of The Moth. A soldier trains to land his plane on an aircraft carrier, a future marine rebels against her abusive father, an Iraqi man risks his life working as a translator for the armed forces. Storytellers: Ted Hartley, Taniki Richard, and Abbas Mousa.
A woman learns the value of voting after a conversation she has with her mother.
In this hour, a daughter realizes how naïve she’s been when she learns the truth about her mother’s pregnancy; a successful businessman reveals his childhood dream; a hitchhiker is picked up by an infamous driver; an exchange student experiences Japanese mosh pit etiquette; a teenager does a newspaper review of an Iggy Pop album and […]
A man has a séance to contact Edgar Allen Poe, a campfire myth is told, and a group of friends go ghost hunting.
Tony Birch copes with an abusive father and his crush on the girl from the fruit stand. And Brad Lawrence learns to see past his sins after being exorcised in an elevator by Evangelical Christians.