Ian Roberts

I chat with my lover about life and love and experience. He’s terrible with words and thinking on the spot so there’s a lot of pauses, but nonetheless a great conversation and learning experience

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James Reeves and Amy Spiker

Amy Spiker (43) interviews her father, James Reeves (87) about his time serving as a Marine during WWII. He also talks about his 70-year career as an auto garage owner and his 64-year marriage.

Jeremia Flores and my mom Sonia Flores talks about her past and accomplish.

In this interview, conducted in April 27, 2020 in Los Angles, California, Jeremia Flores (16) interviews his mother Sonia Flores (48) about her past and the person who she admires my grandmother. She talks about a lot about my grandmother...

Pam Becoming An American

Pam is a naturalized American citizen. She was born in South Africa during Apartheid and emigrated to the U.S. with her husband and young children.

Living in Conflict: The Effects of The Vietnam War on Daily Life

“What are we doing there?” the tragic story of life as a kid in America during the pointless Vietnam War. Will Angarola interviews his father Bill Angarola in Los Angeles, California about life as a teenager in the 60s in...

A Disrupted Childhood

Imagine being 11 years old, fleeing from your country to escape a civil war. Alfonso Campos didn’t have to imagine this, he experienced it. Olivia Campos, his 14 year old daughter, has interviewed him about the early years of his...

A tragedy’s tole on family and development.

Nazi Germany isn’t the best place to establish a healthy relationship with your kids. This interview dives in depth on Justin Herz’s relationship with his dad, Frank Herz, and how that was directly affected by his grandfather’s, Kurt Herz, relationship...

My Mom’s journey from Russia to LA

Imagine flying over 6,000 miles, to the other side of the globe and settling in a place you know very little about. This might sound scary to a lot of people. Some people don’t like traveling with little kids because...

6,000 Miles to Freedom

It took about 2 years and 6,000 miles to experience any form of freedom for the first time. On January 5, 2020, 15 year old Kian Salehi asks his mother, Nini Salehi, about her journey to America and the challenges...

Coming to America
January 22, 2020 App Interview

“Coming to America, and living a new life.” On January 2, 2020, Katarina Vayser, 14 years old, sat down with her father, Slava Vayser to interview him in Encino, California and learn about his immigration process. Slava Vayser immigrated from...

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Natalie Anderson (14) sits down with her mother Kelly DeMarco (44) in Studio City California On January 9th 2020 to talk about Kelly's Job. Kelly works at Pacific Sky Supply and does business with the United States Defense Department. She...

Getting personal with my sister

In this interview my sister and I (Cindy Murcia) got personal on how things are in life with lessons she has learned to even what she wants for me as I grow older. In these 10 min we talked on...

Stop Iran

“I would see stop signs and below the word stop it would say Iran”. On 1/6/19, in Los Angeles, Ani Adell interviewed her mom, Megan Adell, about her leaving her home in Iran and coming to America, and how being...

Happy in LA

Enjoying the exhibition and being KCRW longtime members.

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Leticia Battise and Ava Ahmadbeigi

Leticia "Marcia" Battise [no age given] shares her thoughts on the current U.S. political climate, acting and trying to find community in an increasingly disconnected world with StoryCorps facilitator and new friend Ava Ahmadbeigi (26).