Joe Frank: Dreamers
A new work by legendary radio storyteller Joe Frank.
The story of an 11-year-old boy, the only survivor of a plane crash, who has to make his way down a mountain to find rescue.
A woman arms herself before leaving for work; an 18 year old girl spends three months in an Alaskan cannery; and that woman on the phone is not who you think she is.
No Greater Love
Would you risk your own life to save the life of someone else?
I Knew You Back Then
The kid you remember from school: a secret crush you still wonder about, the friend who drifted away, the kid who left his mark with a fist.
LA Work Day
Police dispatcher, strippper, waitress, nanny, mariachi, restroom attendant, guard: just trying to earn a wage over the course of a day.
Little Julian's Secret
Some call him the Chicano Bigfoot; Little Julian Herrera was a star of the 50s East LA music scene, until one day he just disappeared. Is he still out there somewhere?
A Long Way from Home
Two brothers are forced to make an emergency getaway from the Amazon, plus raising a family in the murder capital of the world.
Ministry of Presence
Memories of the death house, from a man who sat with 95 condemned men on their last day on earth.
A Need to Build
Stories of men who have a need to build, are compelled to build, obsessed, and healed by the act of creation.
The Unreal Made Real
The unreal somehow takes form. An unseen hand cures illness, and a secret society of laundry dryer astronauts is created by accident.
The Mark of a Man
While one guy tries make his mark as a man, another tries to erase the mark that represents a life of mistakes and regret, most of it spent in prison.
Joe Frank: Isolation
A new program produced by veteran radio storyteller Joe Frank.
Advice from Dad
Live stories from Mike White, Ken Reid and Steven Yeun about getting advice (both good and bad) from their fathers.
The Cabinet of Animosities
There's a museum in Croatia that exhibits items left behind at the end of love affairs. Take the audio guide tour...
Get Off the Couch
Sometimes the hardest thing is to find motivation to do anything at all. Just stand up and walk out the door? it may kill you, or it may change your life.
The Winter Camp
To the nomads of of the Tibetan Plateau, change is part of life and if you?ve got a yak, you?ve got everything you need.
A reality television producer finds a line that she refuses to cross, while a man accidentally inflicts emotional scars on a first date.
A Foot in the Door
Humiliation, fear, poverty, de-humanization, self-doubt and lies? welcome to show business.
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