Happy Father's Day! Enjoy our collection of stories from fathers young and old, and from the children who love them.
Sounds Like a Dad to Me
NPR's esteemed storytelling initiative comes through with a short collection of interviews and recollections. (Storycorps, NPR)
"The Seven Good Years"
In his latest book, Israeli writer Etgar Keret pens a memoir chronicling the years between his son's birth and his father's death. (Fresh Air, NPR)
From Gangsters to Fathers
UCLA gang expert Jorja Leap describes the courage it takes for a man to leave a life of crime and community to take on the responsibilities of fatherhood. (Think, KERA)
The Reluctant Father
Photographer Phillip Toledano, known for his book, "The Reluctant Father," was a reluctant father himself, filled aprehension and self-doubt. We hear the story from his wife. (The Longest, Shortest Time, WNYC, 6/11/2014)
Opera's Bad Dads
Music commentator Miles Hoffman shares opera's long tradition of evil fathers. (Morning Edition, NPR, 6/13/2014)