Stories

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


Espera / Wait

Two lovers share an intimate conversation on the eve of their breakup, exploring loneliness and intimacy.

Man Choubam (I am good)

Sharon calls herself a weirdo and refuses to conform to cultural standards. Her mom does not approve. Winner of the TC/RHDF 2018 Best Documentary: Silver Award.

Dreamers

Joe Frank's Dreamers is more like an M.C Escher drawing than a traditional tale and leaves you questioning the blurry line between dreams and reality.

Larry and Zach

In Joe Frank's imagined world, a father and son conduct a conversation that appears to center around certain, tangible topics. But it's actually a searing and candid examination of their relationship -- no holds barred.

Arthur and Eleanor

Eleanor needs a family -- but the only family she had, her ex-husband Arthur, doesn't really need her anymore.

Suicide Bridge

Lines form around the block for the world's most popular suicide spot.

Minister [Excerpt]

Joe Frank, master of late night radio, assembled this piece: a phone conversation between himself and a cranky minister.

Sweepstakes Winner

Joe Frank, the original radio maverick, is known for leaving listeners more than a bit uncomfortable.

First You Leave and Then You Go

Karen's dad wanted to pass on his curiosity and his faith to his seven children. Karen inherited that curiosity, but sharing his faith is another story.

Chanukah, 1992

One minute, snatched from a Chanukah party in 1992. Gwen Macsai's party, to be exact.

The Big Night

Producer Jonathan Goldstein made every girl he ever dated watch the home movie of his family's Rosh Hashanah dinner he made when he was 17.

The Discussion

For some friends there's no subject too secret, or content too confronting. Winner of the TC/RHDF 2017 Best New Artist Award.

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.

After the Verdict

On June 16, 2017, one headline dominated news across the United States: a Minnesota jury had found officer Jeronimo Yanez not guilty in the shooting death of Philando Castile.