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  1. EXTRA: The Santa Tracker2022/12/20
    On this extra holiday episode, Terri Van Keuren, Richard Shoup and Pamela Farrell remember how their father, Air Force Colonel Harry Shoup, started the holiday tradition of tracking Santa Claus on U.S. military radar in 1955. donate.storycorps.org/podcast
  2. The Voice For My Song2022/12/13
    What happens when paralyzing fear stops you from following your dream? In our final episode of the season...Jim Von Stein has written 8000 songs, but almost nobody has heard a single one of them...until now...
  3. SPECIAL: Remembering Lloyd Newman of Ghetto Life 101 2022/12/09
    In the early 90s, teenagers LeAlan Jones and Lloyd Newman recorded a week of their lives on Chicago's South Side. Working with StoryCorps founder Dave Isay, LeAlan and Lloyd produced a documentary they called Ghetto Life 101, one of the most acclaimed programs in public radio history. In remembrance of Lloyd, who died this week, we bring you a special presentation of Ghetto Life 101.
  4. The Last Patients2022/12/06
    In the second part of our Kalaupapa story, we hear how people exiled from society reconnected with family – and found a new community. donate.storycorps.org/podcast
  5. A Dangerous Word2022/11/29
    In this two-part special, we remember a community of forgotten people cast out to a remote Hawaiian island.
  6. One Who Is Understanding2022/11/22
    Family names bind one generation to the next. But what if that name is lost? In this episode, a grieving family learns their legacy is being kept alive by a stranger from far away.
  7. Seeing the Future In You2022/11/15
    We usually lean on our elders for wisdom and support... but sometimes it's the other way around. In this episode, we hear from queer men who found acceptance in one another.
  8. You're My Memory2022/11/08
    Capt. Helen Perry talks with her husband, Sgt. Matthew Perry, about the impacts of Matthew's memory loss – and their enduring love.
  9. Everything In Between2022/11/01
    In this episode, we share one couple's story of love and loss under the weight of substance abuse – told through different recordings, twelve years apart.
  10. Ripples of Hate2022/10/25
    In 2012, StoryCorps broadcast a conversation with a young woman involved in the murder of Mulugeta Seraw, a Black man in Portland, Oregon. A decade later, we revisit it to look at the ripples of racist violence, and a few people who fought to stop it.
  11. The Things We Carry2022/10/19
    On this season of the StoryCorps Podcast, stories of the stigmas we carry, and how it feels when we set them down.
  12. EXTRA: Back Of The Laundromat2022/09/05
    On this short Labor Day episode, we'll hear from sisters Suzi and Donna Wong about growing up in the back of their parents' laundry business in Hollywood, CA.
  13. EXTRA: The People That Nurtured Me2022/08/16
    Growing up in the 1950s in Montgomery, AL., Rev. Farrell Duncombe or "Little Farrell," as he was known by his family and friends, had a mischievous side. In this short episode, he remembers the day he got called out by the mother of civil rights.
  14. EXTRA: More Than Enough Love2022/07/19
    Growing up in the 1960s, all of the neighborhood kids wanted to be at Mary Mills' house. In this short extra, she tells her mother why.
  15. EXTRA: When I Was 162022/06/24
    In this short bonus episode, we'll hear fromMs. Betty Thompson on what led her to work at the last remaining abortion clinic in Mississippi.
  16. It All Starts With A Song2022/06/21
    Everyone's heard of James Brown and Stevie Wonder, but how about the women who helped make them who they are? For our last episode of this season, we'll get to know the unsung icons behind some of the most iconic music.
  17. Worthy In Their Own Beauty2022/06/14
    This year marks two big anniversaries that helped change the world of sports and society. We'll hear from some of the people who were a part of these groundbreaking moments.
  18. Fellow Travelers2022/06/07
    In 2018, Tennille Moore got some bad news and was crying in a public restroom. That's when Mumtaz Champsi stepped in and asked her if she'd like to take a walk. In this episode, we'll hear about how that walk led to a StoryCorps booth and an unlikely connection between strangers.
  19. Horses And Helicopters2022/05/31
    In this episode, we head to the streets of South Central Los Angeles to meet a helper on horseback.
  20. So They're Not Forgotten2022/05/24
    With Memorial Day weekend coming up, we're thinking about sacrifice, and the bonds that form between people who literally go through war together; on the battlefield and at home.
  21. A Neighbor's Promise2022/05/17
    Several years ago, Jennifer Hidrogo made a promise to her neighbor. In this episode, she shares how that simple act resulted in her gaining three more children and finding her calling.
  22. The Beginning And The End2022/05/10
    In this episode, we'll hear about two people who help during the most important moments of our lives: when we're brought into the world and when we leave it.
  23. In The Comments2022/05/03
    A few months ago, we asked our listeners one question. We then received hundreds of responses that made even our most hardened producers tear up. In this episode, find out what that question was and how it inspired our new season.
  24. The Littlest Things2022/04/26
    This season of the StoryCorps Podcast is all about the helpers around us. It drops May 3rd.
  25. Three's Company2022/02/14
    Neil Kramer and his ex-wife Sophia Lansky talk about their unique quarantine experience together.
  26. You Can Fall, Just Don't Stay There2022/01/25
    In 1993, Los Angeles County firefighter Derek Bart saved a child from a house fire in Santa Clarita, CA. In our last episode of the season, we'll hear three different perspectives on that night, and how they all intersect nearly 30 years later.
  27. Finding Where You Fit2022/01/18
    All season long, we've heard from trailblazers at the top of their game in every field. In this episode, we mean that literally. We'll hear from three different athletes who shook things up on the baseball field and on the basketball court.
  28. We Go Up Together, Or We Go Down Together2022/01/11
    On this week's episode, we're remembering the final hours of Dr. King's life through the experiences of some of the people who were there at the time.
  29. Sign Me Up2022/01/04
    In this episode, Jeanine Menze and La'Shanda Holmes talk about becoming the first and second Black female pilots in the U.S. Coast Guard, what led them to the military, and ultimately, each other.
  30. Go To The Clouds2021/12/28
    On this episode of the StoryCorps podcast, how three kids who once dreamed of outer space grew up to make their mark beyond Earth's atmosphere.
  31. When Santas Stormed Macy's2021/12/21
    At the height of the AIDS crisis, Mark Woodley disclosed his HIV status and lost his job as a Macy's Santa Claus. In this episode of the StoryCorps podcast, Mark speaks with his friend Jon Winkleman about the moment they decided to take action.
  32. La Música En Mi2021/12/14
    On this episode of the StoryCorps podcast, we'll share the lesser known stories behind some popular songs, and how two families are honoring the musicians behind them.
  33. Men of The Ages2021/12/07
    In this episode, we focus on the lives and achievements of two Black men who conducted groundbreaking medical research in the 1940's — as told by the people they mentored.
  34. Paving Pathways2021/12/01
    The StoryCorps Podcast returns with new episodes, featuring stories of courage from people who blazed a path, defied the odds, and changed history for those who came after them.
  35. Pass the Plate, Pass the Mic2021/11/23
    In this episode, we're encouraging people all across the country to record a conversation with a loved one or someone they admire over Thanksgiving weekend. By featuring several intergenerational conversations, we hope to show just how easy it can be to do this, whether you're across the table or across the country.
  36. Just Doing Our Best2021/10/05
    Scientists Zoe Courville and Lora Koenig work to study the impact of climate change — which pulls them away from their children for weeks at a time. In our last episode of the season, they share some hard-earned wisdom with parents who may be struggling during the pandemic.
  37. The Collision Course2021/09/28
    In this week's episode, how worlds that quite literally collided, led to unexpected friendships and new career paths.
  38. Everything Together2021/09/21
    In this episode, how kids and their parents — who have navigated many changes together — are facing the next big change apart.
  39. Every Seed Your Mother Sowed2021/09/14
    When Ileana Watson died, her daughter Sada was just about to become a mom herself. Three years later, Sada sat down with Ileana's best friend, Angela Morehead-Mugita, to learn more about her late-mother.
  40. To Me, Every Day Is Yesterday: Remembering 9/112021/09/11
    As we mark the 20th anniversary of 9/11 — memories of Richard Palazzolo, who didn't make it out of the Twin Towers that day — told by his identical twin brother who did.
  41. From StoryCorps and Consider This: The Lasting Toll Of 9/112021/09/10
    In this episode of the podcast, StoryCorps teamed up with NPR's daily afternoon podcast, Consider This, to bring you stories from some of the people whose lives were forever changed by September 11th and its aftermath.
  42. What I Would Say2021/08/31
    In this episode, we remember Army Sgt. 1st Class Nathan Ross Chapman, the first American soldier to be killed in combat during the War in Afghanistan.
  43. Growing Pains2021/08/24
    In this episode, we'll hear conversations between family members who have mended and grown their relationships over time.
  44. Stronger Than Ever2021/08/17
    In this week's episode, how a father-daughter relationship rebounded after years of periodic estrangement.
  45. Joy On Saint James Place2021/08/10
    In this episode, how one family's socially-distant block party brought a neighborhood together during the pandemic.
  46. Finding Our Way Back2021/08/04
    On an all new season of the StoryCorps podcast, we're bringing you stories about what it's like to find new footing, and begin again.
  47. Carrying The Weight2021/03/02
    On this episode of the StoryCorps podcast, how one man's decision to forgive the man who murdered his son brought two families together.
  48. Local Treasures2021/02/16
    On this episode of the StoryCorps podcast, we're sharing stories from people who bring their whole heart to the place they live, and help create a feeling of home for everyone around them.
  49. First Comes Love, Then Comes StoryCorps2021/02/09
    On this episode, as we approach another Valentine's Day, we're bringing you stories from couples who don't need to look at a calendar to remember that they're in love.
  50. I Found My Lighthouse2021/02/02
    On this episode of the StoryCorps podcast, we're exploring hope: where it comes from, what it feels like, and how it changes people.
Stories of the human heart. A candid, unscripted conversation between two people about what's really important in life: love, loss, family, friendship. When the world seems out of hand, tune in to StoryCorps and be reminded of the things that matter most.

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