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Saving Graces

--- This episode is available on your local radio station, on PRX and below via The Moth Player. It will be published on iTunes | Spotify | RadioPublic | RSS on 4/27/2021---

In this hour, stories of support coming from surprising places -- and moments of seemingly divine intervention. Family ties, a raucous subway ride, and hidden treasure. This episode is hosted by Moth Producer Chloe Salmon. The Moth Radio Hour is produced by The Moth and Jay Allison of Atlantic Public Media.

A young Hope Iyiewaure rebels against his family's chore rotation.
Onnesha Roychoudhuri takes a stand on the subway.
Gregory Brady finds himself unprepared for a triathlon.
Charlotte Cline and her boundary-resistant family navigate a loss.
Wang Ping starts a banned book club during the Cultural Revolution in China. 


Moth Radio Extra
Right Here, Right Now: Julie Baker & Meg Lavery

This week, two stories about moments of reckoning.

This episode is hosted by Jon Goode. Recording support from Tiffany Goode.

Storytellers: Julie Baker, Meg Lavery

Moth Radio Extra
PTSD, Lost Art, and The Berlin Wall

 --- This episode is available on your local radio station, on PRX and via The Moth Player. It will be published on  iTunes | Spotify | RadioPublic | RSS on 4/20/2021 ---

The victim of a random stabbing struggles to reestablish his life while suffering from post traumatic stress disorder, author Nathan Englander describes coming of age at 19 while traveling through Europe to witness the fall of The Berlin Wall, and an artist and documentary film maker loses three years of work in an instant and finds it hard to continue. Hosted by The Moth’s Artistic Director, Catherine Burns. The Moth Radio Hour is produced by The Moth and Jay Allison of Atlantic Public Media.

Ed Gavagan is nearly stabbed to death by a gang, then loses his job and his home while working through PTSD.
Nathan Englander is still a teenager when he heads to Europe hoping to witness the fall of Communism in East Berlin.
Ellie Lee suffers an enormous setback in the making of her documentary but gets inspired, years later, to try again. 


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