John Fiebich and Beth Green

One Small Step conversation partners John Fiebich (56) and Beth Green (47) discuss their career paths, faith backgrounds, and other influences on their beliefs. Note: This conversation includes the topic of suicide.

Hazel Dickfoss and Maria Dickfoss

Hazel Dickfoss (80) talks with her granddaughter, Maria Dickfoss (18), about her life in England, her immigration to the United States, getting married, starting a family, and changes she has seen in her lifetime.

LaVerne Birrenkott and Gary Birrenkott

Gary Birrenkott (64) interviews his father, LaVerne Birrenkott (89), about life, family, and his appliance business in Madison, Wisconsin. They discuss LaVerne's time as a mechanic in the United States Army from 1954-1956 as well as his time working at...

Two Badass Sisters Inspire the Rare Disease World

Suzanne Hoff, 76, listens to Sharon Neumann, 66, relate her remarkable experiences as caregiver from childhood for her younger sister diagnosed with the rare, incurable disease of Fibrodysplasia Ossificans Progressiva (FOP) to their remarkable journey developing world wide support (IFOP)for...

Interviewing my dad

I interviewed my dad, Duncan Maclean (50) and we talked about the similarities and differences between living in America and England.

Thanksgiving Interview

In this interview Yara, a 15 year old, and her grandfather, Dave, who is 80, talk about the continuity and changes from growing up in the 40s to modern day. It explores subjects from wars, innovations, education, and politics.

Carol Rigby and Paul Rigby

Paul Rigby (69) has a conversation with his wife, Carol Rigby (69), about the collection of lullabies she has gathered for years, shared with her children and grandchildren, and used to help the Safe Families for Children organization.