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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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.
A man spends his second wedding anniversary in jail after getting picked up on an outstanding warrant from the Parks and Recreation department, and two sisters are dropped off at the mall as part of their mother’s elaborate ruse.
This is a special live episode of The Moth Podcast recorded at the July 15th, 2015 Moth GrandSLAM in Brooklyn, New York. Storytellers: Nora Miller, Francesca Sternfeld, Jeff Simmermon, Steve Zimmer, Julia Shiplett, and Tim Lopez. Host: Dan Kennedy GrandSLAM Director: Jenifer Hixson GrandSLAM Producer: Robin Wachsberger GrandSLAM Associate Producer: Sophia Paliza-Carre Audio Recording: Paul Ruest […]
A girl at summer camp tries to keep up with her sophisticated fellow campers, a writer loses a treasured pair of pants, a young man accused of stealing ends up living out of his car, and a writer lands in Moscow on the eve of a revolution. Storytellers: Meg Wolitzer, Adam Gopnik, Matthew Dicks, and Andrew Solomon.