Re:sound #112: The Changes Show

This hour: a seismic shift in a man's identity, a bad dog who refuses to change, and more.

2009 / TCF / WBEZ, USA


This hour: a seismic shift in a man's identity, a bad dog who refuses to change, and more.

How Are You Who You Are?
by Eric Winick, with Jay Allison (Transom.org, 2008)
A story of truth, tolerance, a seismic shift in one man's identity, and the rippling effects it has on his wife and family.

Frankie
by Katie Mingle (Re:sound premiere, 2009)
There is a certain kind of transformation story that is a sure-fire, tear-jerking, pop-culture hit. You know the one: an evil person with a hidden heart of gold is slowly tamed by someone with loving patience and, as a result, is forever transformed. Well, this story isn't one of those... but it's close.

My Father and Other Animals
by Thelon Oeming (Outfront, 2004)
A portrait of a father, a man who has reinvented himself many times over the course of his life as the world has changed around him.

This episode of Re:sound was produced by Delaney Hall.

produced by

Eric Winick

Eric Winick hails from Marblehead, Massachusetts, birthplace of the American Navy.

Thelon Oeming

Thelon Oeming has written and produced several radio plays and documentaries heard on CBC Radio, ABC Radio, Chicago Public Radio, and podcast on the internet.


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