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Third Coast Audio Library

Our vast and ever-growing collection contains thousands of carefully curated audio stories of all stripes, and Third Coast Conference sessions offering wisdom from the best makers on the planet. You can also dive into our Producer Index. Enjoy!


The Ghosts of Fire Island

Fire Island, only sixty miles from New York City, has long served as a safe and vibrant mecca for gay men and women. But in the early 1980's, the haven faced a new and lethal threat.

The Gray Area

After a grueling 35 min dance entitled "Little Mortal Jump" by Alejandro Cerrudo, resident choreographer of Hubbard Street Dance Chicago, dancers Kevin Shannon and Alice Klock reflect on not only their young love duet but the thoughts that cross their mind after the lights have gone out.

Greenberger and Greenberg: On Story and Music

Beyond being atmospheric and scene setting, music can play an active role in audio pieces. David Greenberger has worked with a wide range of musicians and composers for his radio monologues, which are adapted from conversations he has with the elderly.

  • 2007
  • 01:29:10

Green Goats

Larry and Ann Cihanek recount the history of their Rhinebeck, NY-based weed control business, Green Goats, which sends friendly goats to parks across the northeast to destroy invasive plants by simply eating them.

Grey Ghost

Grey Ghost is the story of one man and a bird -- or possibly just of one man. It is also the story of an obsession.

Geekspeak

The origins of Geekspeak lie in a 1995 artist residency Pamela Z participated in at Xerox's Palo Alto Research Center.

The Gulf

How can we make sense of the communication and resource problems identified long before Hurricane Katrina that led to such tragic consequences for many residents of New Orleans?

Ghetto Life 101

In 1993, LeAlan Jones (age 13) and Lloyd Newman (age 14) collaborated with public radio producer David Isay to create an audio diary of life on Chicago's South Side.

Gen Next: Youth Producers Share Their Work - Part Two

It's common enough to learn about youth culture through the observations of experts and adults, but so much more intriguing to hear it straight from the hearts and minds of the teenagers navigating through their own worlds.

  • 2004
  • 01:21:09

Gen Next: Youth Producers Share Their Work - Part One

It's common enough to learn about youth culture through the observations of experts and adults, but so much more intriguing to hear it straight from the hearts and minds of the teenagers navigating through their own worlds.

  • 2004
  • 01:17:20

Grandpa

How do we deal with dying? Most of us look away, but in the case of the Zagar family, they look closer.

Game, Set and Tennis Whites

Jo's boys love living on Elliswick Road because of the Tennis Club on the corner, where neighbor Veronica does her bit to help keep things running smoothly.

Grey Skies and Packed Basements

A Canadian arrives in London to find herself living with a Swiss Italian and a Brit who have some quirky secrets; after one week she learns more about what her new neighbours are like.

Green Fingers Gather

"Reflections on gardening, allotments, and community in a Garden Sunday event at Plot 22 - a nature space, allotment garden, meeting circle, and learning resource."