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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Lynnee Breedlove creates “Homobiles” — a ride service serving the LGBT community and others marginalized by society. Jama Jack contemplates her choice between Christianity and Islam.
A special holiday edition of The Moth Radio Hour: A family tradition endures community-wide scandal, a single woman tries to find her soulmate for Hanukkah, a daughter honors her mother’s last Christmas wish, a guard works New Year’s Eve at Sing Sing prison, and the holiday spirit fills an emergency room. Storytellers: Tricia Rose Burt, Amy Klein, Alexandra […]
Eve Plumb reflects on the real-life and TV families from her childhood, and a slide show on a family trip goes awry.
Amir has a “chat” with a government agent in a windowless room at the airport, and Dameon takes a trip to Paris. Storytellers: Amir Baghdadchi and Dameon Wilburn.
In this hour we’ll travel around the country to hear stories from our live open mic StorySLAM events: Louisville, Kentucky; San Francisco; Burlington, Vermont; Portland, Oregon; as well as the birthplace of the Moth StorySlam, New York City. Storytellers: John Dubuc, Leah Benson, Kathi Kinnear Hill, Tom Herndon, Caitlin Myer, David Sampliner, and Tara Clancy.
A special Thanksgiving episode of The Moth Podcast: A four-year-old decides that Thanksgiving dinner is the perfect time to give herself a haircut and after a citified family moves to a working farm, the chaos comes to a head at Thanksgiving. Storytellers: Lily Berman and Jeffery Rudell