Stories

Our vast - and ever growing - collection contains thousands of carefully curated audio stories of all stripes.


The How Are You Doing Project

The How Are You Doing Project is an interactive audio experiment that invites anyone and everyone to call an anonymous hotline and respond to the most frequently posed question of them all.

Heat

In this short radio play, the consequences of living life in a tinderbox are revealed through a series of scenes taking place within their various rooms.

The Herrin Massacre

America's history is rich with the stories of antagonistic coal strikes, but the Herrin Massacre of 1922 is a particularly distressing event that resulted in the deaths of nearly two dozen strike-breakers.

The House I Live In

The historical saga of the song The House I Live In is a study in changing times, changing values, and fickle politics.

Hard-Hearted Hannah

Eighteen-year-old Hannah Hoose describes growing up as a part of her family's folk band, with all its healthy snacks, archetypal psychodramas, and oddly compelling songs.

The Happiness Project: Mrs. Morris

Musician Charles Spearin lives with his family in a lively neighborhood in downtown Toronto. A year ago, Charles decided to invite neighbors and friends over to conduct interviews loosely based around the topic of happiness.

Hinterlands

In a blending of both drama and documentary, three bereaved women talk about their real experiences of loss and how they've tried to move forward with their lives. In a parallel drama, their loved ones meet on a beach in "the hinterland," somewhere between life and death.

Hollister

Hollister is an investigation into what really happened on July 4, 1947, when 2,000 bikers roared into a small California town and left a media explosion in their wake.

Hong Kong Song

The sounds of the city resonate as Hong Kong comes to life through audio mosaic and three voices: a traveler remembers, newscasters rattle off facts and statistics, a young woman recalls a legend from her fading childhood.

How One Martini Can Lead to Your Greatest Triumph

Russell Bienvenue shares how a cocktail party paved the way for legendary architect Renzo Piano to compose Houston's internationally celebrated Menil Collection for art patrons John and Dominique De Menil.

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Harper Funeral

A principal reflects on a turbulent year: 27 current or former students shot, 8 of them dead.

Haunted by ISIS

On The New York Times ' podcast The Daily , host Michael Barbaro dives into one critical story of the day with a Times’ reporter who knows it best.

Hana's Suitcase

When the Children's Holocaust Education Center in Tokyo acquired Hana Brady's suitcase, all they knew was that Hana was born in Czechoslovakia in 1931 and died at Auschwitz at age 13.

The Hunter

They say one man's trash is another man's treasure... Well, in Darren Atkinson's case, it's also his job.