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I'm just talking to mom, asking her questions about my birth and early years.

When "Grunma" Comes to Visit
November 24, 2019 App Interview

My mother, Diane, talking about what it was like when her "grunma" Martha would visit. Martha was the mom of her mother, Alice.

The Wearer of Hats: an Interview with a Diverse Father

From the tennis court to the runway, and everything in between, Henry Jacobson has had a diverse journey through life that's not over yet.

Adjusting to a foreign land

Nicholas “Nicky” Weinstock had jumped headfirst into an entirely new civilization, with no knowledge of the language or culture. Nicky’s son, Lincoln Weinstock, interviews him about his experience in Africa. Nicky tells about his near-death malaria experience, what it was...

The Caldwell's Journey in Portland (The Great Listen 2019)

Grandparents Worth and Barbara Caldwell reminisce on their family’s journey in Portland with their grandson Connor Langley. They talk about how their parents knew one another far before they ever met, their early dating days were problematic, and how their...

Siddharth’s Test Interview for the Great Thanksgiving Listen, 2019

In this test recording, Siddharth at Egg Harbor Township High School in Egg Harbor Township, New Jersey records a practice audio file for the 2019 pilot of the Great Thanksgiving Listen. Siddharth is on 11th grade and is studying Honors...

"Your Environment or where you come from does not determine your amount of greatness"

This an interview I did with my dad so he can tell his story about not growing up from much. It was a very moving yet touchy subject.

David and Jacob Port talk about the History of their Family and their Family and their Families Culture

Jacob Port interviews his grandfather David Port about his life, family, and cultural experiences. Jacob and David's family is of a Jewish cultural background with David having "a strong Jewish identification. David lives in the city and is a working...

Julie's Test Interview for the Great Thankgiving Listen, 2019
November 15, 2019 App Interview

In this test recording, Julie Vu at Egg Harbor Township Highschool in New Jersey recoeds a practice audio file for the 2019 pilot of the Great Thanksgiving Listen. Julie Vu is in 11th grade and is studying Honors English.

Leo and Ingrid Stadnick, celebrating 50 years of marriage.

Ingrid was born in Germany during World War 2 and remembers her parents as smart and hardworking. Leo's parents were forced to flee Russia in fear of the government and Leo was born on the border of China and Russia,...

Grace Interrogates Lehna for 40 minutes straight

Grace Liu(18) and Lehna Reza (17) who are friends, talk about food, growing up, and extraneous questions in an attempt to get to know each other better. Listen to hear about high school experiences, visiting other countries, and different hobbies.

Cheverus High School Stag Stories: John Mullen (Part 1).

Daniel Haskell, a senior at Cheverus High School (age 18), interviews past principal John Mullen and discusses his early life, his time at Cheverus, and reflections.

Israel and Setsuko

Ogichan = Grandpa in Japanese Some of the parts of the interview may be spoken in Japanese as that is her primary language. Israel Cortes (14) and Setsuko Yamada (77). I am Israel and Setsuko is my grandma.

1960's interview

1960's interview of how there live was back then.

Cecil Durbin | about his mom and dad

I (Paul) interviewed my dad, Cecil, on January 1, 2020. I focused on finding out some details and stories concerning my Grandpa and Grandma.

Natalie and Glen talk about childhood and family dynamics.

In this interview, I, Natalie Greenfield, interview my father, Glen, about his childhood, growing up Jewish in a legally segregated Los Angeles, life with young parents, and his overall view of prejudice as an individual of age in the revolutionary...

Identity, Upbringings, & Resolutions

I Chose my interviewee by thinking of an extraordinary human being, who was hard-working, intelligent, and very motivating. There were many people who I could’ve chosen, but I chose my Mother. My Mother’s name is Monet, she’s an African American...

“Everything Can Be Possible”

Natasha Iqbal, student of Egg Harbor Township High School, interviews her mother, Rosanna Iqbal, about her life. They talk about her childhood, how immigrating to America was, and motherhood. Rosanna Iqbal is an American citizen and a citizen of Dominican...

"It's literally a chance for everyone to bring something to the table"

Troy Public Radio Host Joey Hudson and his wife Tram Nguyen discuss the differences in how Americans and Vietnamese people celebrate holiday traditions.

Test trial interview

Test interview for the Great Thanksgiving listen