We listen in as Payton Smith tries to make sense of her mother’s imprisonment; she asks her other family members when her mother will be home and what it will be like. This piece was produced by Chana Joffe-Walt. Photo: Transom.org
In our final RE:WORKING show, Sean Cole brings us the stories of day laborers as they repair homes that were flooded and damaged by Hurricane Sandy.
A father interviews his daughter while she flies through the air on her trapeze.
Mayan activist Cristina Coc tells about growing up with the Mayan calendar.
Penn State professor Jonathan Marks talks about the ethics class he’s teaching on the Jerry Sandusky child abuse case.
Sound designer Steve Boeddeker shares some of his techniques for enhancing horror films.
We hear an audio experience from Producer Roman Mars as he uses the mind-twisting RJDJ iPhone application.
Producer Phoebe Judge visits Northern India’s Ganges River, where people bathe and pray and lines pour out sewage every day.
Katie Davis has vivid memories of a particular Washinton, DC corner store.
Dick speaks with Andrea Morales, a photographer who captured the lives of young people in a small town of Ohio.
When pirates kidnapped Capt. Richard Phillips, Alison Kosakowski was sent to Vermont to help his family cope with the media. She fell for the family, for Vermont and for a local farmer.
We listen in as Payton Smith tries to make sense of her mother’s imprisonment; she asks her other family members when her mother will be home and what it will be like.
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