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Colleen Weeks (52) interviews her father, Bill Peyton (79) about his time in the Air Force, his experiences teaching, and how his medical training helped him save her life.
Dale Morgan (78) talks with her friend, Alice Lundstrom (76), about childhood, adulthood, faith, lifelong learning, and legacy.
Colleagues Kay Miller Temple (66) and David Schmitz (53) talk about the Targeted Rural Health Project and discuss how health equity is being improved in rural areas.
Susanne Vest (84) talks with [No Name Given] [no age given] about the many places she has lived throughout her childhood, memories from World War II, and her life since settling in Utah.
Janice Peterson (79) interviews friend Sherryl Engstrom (73), who shares excerpts of letters written to her mother by her father during his World War II enlistment.
Three sisters from the harsh Midwest, growing up in a time when you needed to rely on each other. They embody the strengths and weaknesses of their time and in their place.
I interviewed my grandma about what her life was like as a kid and about some of the things she was proud of.
Blair Greybull AKA Purple Lace (73) talks to new friend and conversation partner Jey Born (45) about her journey to self-acceptance as a Transgender woman and her memories growing up on the Standing Rock Reservation.
Karen Swanson (55) interviews her mother, Janice Peterson (79), about the influential women in her life and the lessons she learned from them.