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The girls are fresh from their vacation in Anguilla, and are ready to spill all the tea. Then, they take a trip down memory lane and revisit past episodes of the podcast. Where were they in their lives when the episodes were recorded, and what have they learned since then?
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Vanessa Zoltan thinks that happy endings are the best part of romance novels. Bryce Gilfillian is writing his first romance novel and refuses to write a happy ending. This week on Hot and Bothered, we explore the trope of “Updated Fairytale.” Bryce sets out to write the gay fairytale he never had...
Guest host Sonia Manzano presents love the modern way in two stories and a selection of posts to OK Cupid.
Evan’s great body and surprisingly decent brain team up to investigate rumors and strange goings-on on the set of “Immortal Cop.” Performed by Chris Cafero, Joanna Bradley, Marina Gasparyan, Alli Brown, T.J. Mannix, Will Martinez, Boris Khaykin, Elana Fishbein, Davy Gardner, Hunter Nelson, and...
Debbie talks with author and therapist Lori Gottlieb about the importance of emotional awareness.
Dr. Nolira Eck is finally able to open a communications channel and hear a distress hail to the Bifrost. This is a Fool and Scholar Production. For early episodes and bonus content join us at:
The Handsome Monkey King is getting too powerful. There are beings in the universe who do not like that, and they're about to pay him a visit.
Since its founding in 1851, the "New York Times" has published thousands of obituaries -- for heads of state, famous celebrities, even the inventor of the sock puppet. But only a small percentage of them chronicle the lives of women and people of color. In this insightful talk, "Times" editor Amy...
This week, we're celebrating Father's Day with two stories from two sons, all about Dad. Hosted by: Dan Kennedy Storytellers: Majdy Fares, Adam Ellick
In this episode of Scary Stories Told in the Dark, we bring you five terrifying tales from authors Derek Walker, Alex Sorrow, and J.G. Cross, plus two anonymous authors, performed by host and narrator Otis Jiry, all of which deal with the dark side of Disney, detailing everything from perilous...
I meet up with my favorite event planner, Cassie Katz, to talk about what it takes to throw a great event. She talks about what is the most important thing to keep in mind while planning, today’s wedding etiquette and her real feelings on an all cash bar.
From mourning orcas to distressed elephants, biological anthropologist Barbara J. King has witnessed grief and love across the animal kingdom. In this eye-opening talk, she explains the evidence behind her belief that many animals experience complex emotions, and suggests ways all of us can treat...
Music by Matt Lange | Created by Dacre Montgomery | Produced/Audio Production by Christopher Mottram | Produced by Liv Pollock
Music by Jazzinuf | Created by Dacre Montgomery | Produced/Audio Production by Christopher Mottram | Produced by Liv Pollock
Colleen starts a new investigation after finding a woman murdered by dogs in Exeter's backwoods while Linda attempts to re-acclimate to her town after being wrongfully incarcerated for 10 years.
In this hour, stories of the struggles, support, and safety the bonds of family provide. The Moth Radio Hour is produced by The Moth and Jay Allison of Atlantic Public Media. Hosted by: Catherine Burns Storytellers: Sharif El-Mekki, NeShaune Lasley, Rebecca Barry, Caitlin McNaughton, Warren...
A beautiful bride, a clumsy porter, a tragic death. The tale of the Bride’s Pool in Hong Kong tells of a terrible accident leading to the drowning of a young bride to be. To this day, she seeks unsuspecting victims she can drag below the surface, hoping to remedy her eternal...
Ten years ago, over three hundred men, women and children disappeared from a small town in Tennessee, never to be heard from again. In this podcast, American Public Radio reporter Lia Haddock asks the question once more, "What happened to the people of Limetown?"
Our host, Alex Reagan, enters the strange world of paranormal investigation and encounters the enigmatic Dr. Richard Strand: a ghost hunter who doesn't believe in ghosts. We follow Alex as she attempts to unlock both the secrets of Strand’s collection of mysterious black VHS cases, and the dark...
Agents Pierce and Marshall arrive in Burns, Alaska to investigate a fishing boat massacre. MARVEL’S WOLVERINE: THE LONG NIGHT, starring Richard Armitage as Wolverine. Directed by Brendan Baker. Assistant Directed by Chloe Prasinos. Produced by Jenny Radelet and Daniel Fink. Written by...
Former Republican member of the U.S. Congress Bob Inglis shares an optimistic message about how conservatives can lead on climate change and other pressing problems -- and how free enterprise (and working together across ideologies) hold the solutions. "The United States was not built by those...
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Music by Joey Pecoraro | Created by Dacre Montgomery | Produced/Audio Production by Christopher Mottram | Produced by Liv Pollock
The girls answer some questions, like what expression did they overuse in high school? What's the weirdest thing they've ever eaten? And what's rocking their world this month? Then they get into body image and how confidence is always the sexiest attribute anyone can have.
In this hour, ballet "late in life," an unusual pet, drag queens and divorce. Stories to show us a new perspective. Hosted by The Moth's Executive Producer, Sarah Austin Jenness. TheMoth Radio Houris produced by The Moth and Jay Allison of Atlantic Public Media. Hosted by: Sarah Austin...
Picnics are great in theory, but in reality they can be tough. Nobody wants warm wine and food that doesn't mix well with the sun, so you have to come prepared. Molly Baz and Alex Delany share with Adam Rapoport their tips and tricks for pulling off a highly successful, actually delicious picnic....
In honor of Pretty Basic's new verified Twitter account, the girls answer your most pressing tweets. What do they miss most from before they were famous? What are their absolute worst habits? And what was the moment they realized they were both doing what they loved?
On an early June morning in 1908 an explosion leveled over 770 square miles of remote Siberian forest. Effects of the event were witnessed as far away as London. The blast was said to be over 1,000 times larger than the atomic bomb dropped on Hiroshima. Yet, there were no known casualties (minus...
This week, we’re celebrating the legacy of legendary filmmaker, Warren Miller, and host Dan Kennedy shares his personal connection to Warren. Hosted by: Dan Kennedy Storytellers: Warren Miller
Being open and vulnerable with your loneliness, sadness and fear can help you find comfort and feel less alone, says writer and artist Jonny Sun. In an honest talk filled with his signature illustrations, Sun shares how telling stories about feeling like an outsider helped him tap into an...
Clues, conspiracy, and cutting-edge Swedish fitness technology await Evan at the Straffmotor Showroom. Performed by Chris Cafero, Marina Gasparyan, Johan Matton, Liz Leimkuhler, Hunter Nelson, Dennis Pacheco, Linnea Larsdotter, Ellinor DiLorenzo, Conrad Ardelius, and Stefan Schuette. Written...
Today's poem is Spring Morning by A.A. Milne.
From Chinese legend, a monkey becomes a king and, deciding that isn't good enough, challenges the gods themselves
'Verge' journalist Casey Newton investigated working conditions for the moderators who determine what material can be posted to Facebook. Many are traumatized by the images of hate and violence they see. "I've talked to folks who will wake up in the middle of the night in a cold sweat. They will...
In this hour, moxie, grit, and growing up. Stories of the strength, both physical and mental, of young women. The Moth Radio Hour is produced by The Moth and Jay Allison of Atlantic Public Media. Hosted by: Sarah Austin Jenness Storytellers: Sandra Kimokoti, Wanjiru Kibera, Gabrielle Shelton,...
This month is Irish Heritage Month, and on this episode, we’re celebrating all things Irish, a culture in which storytelling is tradition and a people who are working to keep it alive today. Hosted by: Dan Kennedy Storytellers: Michael Devlin, Claire Nevin & Paul Doran
A woman hires George to investigate her husband’s odd behavior centering around the word “Tongalani.” Original Air Date: February 5, 1951 Rebroadcast Date: Unknown Support the show monthly at Support the show on a one-time basis at
In this hour, a flight attendant describes how she adjusts her attitude while up in the air; a Vietnamese family is forced to flee from their home to take refuge in an unknown land; and after running out of gas, a young preacher in 1960s Texas ends up in a pool hall. The Moth Radio Hour is...
This week I sit down with NYT Bestselling author, Leslie Bruce, to discuss the transition into Motherhood and all the ups and downs that come along with it. We talk about the pressure we can feel when comparing ourselves to moms on instagram who often paint a beautiful and stress-free portal of...
Questions are answered and blood is spilled backstage at the 15th Annual Octane Awards. Performed by Chris Cafero, Eli James, Damon Ketron, Claire Burns, Chris Kipiniak, Jeremy Bent, Johan Matton, Connor Ratliff, Amy Warren, Ariel Gitlin, Erin Bartley, Jessica Morgan, Jack Frederick, Thomas...
This dog has known nothing but abuse and neglect his entire life. When a kindly sparrow frees him from his horrible master, he is absolutely ready to take life by the reigns. However, the world is a lot more cruel than either of these animals could have possibly expected.Sponsors!Native - Go to...
The walls close in on Evan, and new revelations shed light on the short, sad career of Wesley Stern. Performed by Chris Cafero, Eli James, Joanna Bradley, Margaret Burrus, Keith Rubin, Michael Cullen, Lila Newman, Rich Armstead, Liz Leimkuhler, Hunter Nelson, Will Martinez, Elana Fishbein, Louis...
A writer is sent on an assignment to locate poisonous snakes; two child refugees arrive in America; and a hippie kid seeks the approval of his father.
The inside of a Horn & Hardart Automat looked like a glamorous, ornate cafeteria -- but instead of a human handing you hot food over a counter, you would push your tray up to a wall of little glass cubbies. Each cubby housed a fresh, hot portion of food on a small plate. It could be anything...
All over Oakland right now people are wearing Warriors shirts and flying their Warriors flags from their cars, and as much as we like our hometown team here at 99pi, we've been following these NBA finals for another design-related reason. When you watch the games in Toronto the whole stadium is...
Agent Pierce and Marshall’s investigation takes them on a hunt for a man named Logan. MARVEL’S WOLVERINE: THE LONG NIGHT, starring Richard Armitage as Wolverine. Directed by Brendan Baker. Assistant Directed by Chloe Prasinos. Produced by Jenny Radelet and Daniel Fink. Written by Benjamin...
Chinese restaurants are an essential part of the American landscape. But a century ago, they were almost extinguished by an organized effort to wipe out Chinese eateries altogether.
George is hired by a man to find his estranged brother, and finds the body of a dead gambler at the brother’s apartment. Original Air Date: April 12, 1948 Support the show monthly at Support the show on a one-time basis at Mail a...
This week, two stories from school days just in time for summer vacation. Hosted by: Dame Wilburn Storytellers: Joanna Courteau, Gabe Mollica
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