In this hour, stories dealing with all things family: from sibling hi-jinx, to the difficulties of having children (and parents). Hosted by Moth Radio Hour Producer Jay Allison. The Moth Radio Hour is produced by The Moth and Jay Allison of Atlantic Public Media.
Kay Elmsley Weeden and her siblings have adventures on the Wisconsin River.
Marjace Miles searches for meaning amidst an unexpected pregnancy.
Bob Baril gets a once in a lifetime experience with his son.
Jahvannia Darling keeps a secret from her mother.
Qing Zhao must choose between love and her career.
Carmen Putnam experiences the hope of a new pregnancy while mourning her stillborn child.
More episodes from "The Moth"
Popping Up: Tonja Murphy
15:03On this episode, we take a look at one of the coolest projects the Moth has done - the traveling Pop Up Porch. And we hear a story that came out the Pop Up Porch. We also interview Rita Brent - who hosted one of our events and shares her experiences. If you’d like to experience some of the magic of the Pop Up Porch you should come visit us at the Pop Up Porch when it comes to your city. We’ll be in Ann Arbor from September 27th to October 1st, Detroit from October 4th to October 8th, and in Dallas from October 11th to October 15th. For more information, visit to themoth.org Also, The Moth's spinoff podcast Grown is up for a Signal award. If you haven't listened to Grown before, check it out, it's filled with stories all about growing up, and if you have listened, we'd love for you to vote for it for the Signal Awards. Just go to vote.signalaward.com and vote for Grown in the categories of Best Co-Host Team and Best Emerging Podcast. Hosted by: Aldi Kaza Storyteller: Tonja Murphy’s students always tell her the truth, so she has to be careful about what outfits she wears.
The Moth Radio Hour: The Call
53:25In this hour, stories of ringtones, rekindled connections, and revolution. Revealing phone calls, missed messages, and finding one's calling. This hour is 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. Storytellers: Susan Fee gets a surprise when she calls her daughter. A series of missed calls gets scientist Moran Cerf in hot water. Nancy Mahl gets a call from her mom on 9/11. Cheech Marin finds his calling after dodging the draft.
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Extra Apocalypses: Om Choudhary and Annabelle Gurwitch
23:46On this episode of The Moth podcast, we’re reairing a treasured episode from our archives. It’s all about different types of apocalypses. And just a reminder -- if you'd like to listen to our 25 year library of Moth stories, check out our story archive at the moth dot org, just click the stories banner. Also, The Moth's spinoff podcast Grown is up for a Signal award. If you haven't listened to Grown before, check it out, it's filled with stories all about growing up, and if you have listened, we'd love for you to vote for it for the Signal Awards. Just go to vote.signalaward.com and vote for Grown in the categories of Best Co-Host Team and Best Emerging Podcast. Hosted by: Dan Kennedy Storytellers: Om Choudhary learns that even in dire times it's still not the end of the world. Annabelle Gurwitch tries to usher in a new era of change — the Age of Aquarius.
The Moth Radio Hour: After the Fall
38:39In this hour, stories of healing. Moving through loss, unexpected sources of comfort, and bonds forged in grief. This episode is hosted by Jay Allison, producer of this show. Storytellers: Betsy Lamberson's dream life abroad takes a tragic turn. Teenage Samuel Blackman reconsiders his devotion to his faith. Paige Cornwell finds solace at Victoria's Secret. Amarantha Robinson finds a way to reframe a traumatic experience. Esther Messe finds that her personal version of Simon Says is more than just a game. An unimaginable loss changes the relationship between Bill Hall and his wife.
The Moth Radio Hour: Letting Go
53:25In this hour, stories of shedding the past and looking towards the future; from fashion faux-pas to exoneration. This hour is hosted by Moth Senior Director, Jenifer Hixson. The Moth Radio Hour is produced by The Moth and Jay Allison of Atlantic Public Media. Storytellers: Chris Foley inherits his family's male pattern baldness. Caridad De La Luz contends with her father's baggage. Andrew McGill discovers his people though the card game Yu-Gi-Oh. Patricia Brennan describes being married to a Vietnam veteran. Michael VonAllmen works to let go of his hate after his wrongful conviction.
The Moth Radio Hour: The Hot Seat
53:25Aerial antics, magic tricks, and unwelcome rescue missions. In this hour, stories of momentous decisions, massive undertakings, and opportunities with no second chances. This episode is hosted by Catherine Burns. The Moth Radio Hour is produced by The Moth and Jay Allison of Atlantic Public Media. Storytellers: In an attempt to be Maverick (from Top Gun), Will Mackin goes to Navy Flight School. Siegfried Tieber gets hooked on magic. Samantha Mathis goes on a mission to bring her father home.
Different Ways of Learning: Adrienne Lotson and Lopaka Kapanui
24:22Peabody-award winning journalist Chenjerai Kumanyika hosts an episode which explores all the learning that takes place outside the classroom. Storytellers: Adrienne Lotson shares the stories her father told her about Harlem Lopaka Kapanui learns some lessons from his mother about the legacies we leave behind
The Moth Radio Hour: Food, Glorious Food
53:20In this hour, fasting, feasting, and traveling salmon; stories about foods that nourish the body as well as the soul. This episode is hosted by Sarah Austin Jenness. The Moth Radio Hour is produced by The Moth and Jay Allison of Atlantic Public Media. Storytellers: Ritija Gupta follows her grandmother's recommended all-yellow diet in the name of love. Mercy Lung'aho leads an experiment with beans, designed to combat anemia. Dihan Hossain dreams of tasting New York City pizza. Joan Juliet Buck's uncle loses a suitcase of smoked salmon -- and a family member.
The Moth Radio Hour: Kids Leading
53:22In this hour, we put the adage "older and wiser" to the test with stories of children providing new perspectives and taking charge. In school, in the woods, and on a life or death journey. This episode is hosted by Moth Director and Producer Jodi Powell. The Moth Radio Hour is produced by The Moth and Jay Allison of Atlantic Public Media. Storytellers: While hiking with his 8-year-old daughter, Dave Stratton realizes he's in over his head. Carolina Ureña Ruez faces the horrifying prospect of a failing grade. Amber Wallin desperately wants to be cast as the lead in Cinderella. Pedro Haro goes on a harrowing journey, guided by his brother, and has a medical emergency. Nestor Gomez finds a new way to engage a tough audience of kindergarteners.