Extras from The Moth Radio Hour Episode 1304
January 22, 2013
by The Moth,
Photo by Sarah Stacke
This week on The Moth Radio Hour, when a beloved patient’s cancer returns, a psychologist confesses that she is at a loss for words; an inmate at a women’s prison describes the surprising value of an ordinary transistor radio; and an undertaker deals with a problematic client. Hosted by Jenifer Hixson, Senior Producer at The Moth.
Listen to this episode on your local public radio station, or stream it online at PRX.
Piper must serve 13 months in a women’s federal prison for a crime she committed almost a decade before.
Piper and her husband Larry, in the vistor’s room of the Danbury Federal Correctional Institution. Photo courtesy Piper Kerman.
Chris is a young undertaker who wishes he’d taken some more psych courses.
Chris posing in a coffin. Photo courtesy Chris Tombline.
Next week on The Moth Radio Hour…
Slow service at a deli counter leads to an angry, and regrettable outburst; a husband describes his wife’s lifelong battle with epilepsy; a teenager gives birth and makes the ultimate choice, and a social worker has a client who is beyond his control. Tune in next week for The Moth Radio Hour!