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40:35
Lacey Daley and Joel Wayne

Lacey Daley (33) and Joel Wayne (39) talk about their friendship and the podcast they make together.

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Trinh Jones and Tim Jones

Spouses, Trinh Jones (59) and Tim Jones (58), talk about their contrasting childhoods in Saigon, Vietnam and Troy, Missouri, as well as the shared values that bring them together. They also reminisce about their early relationship, raising their two sons,...

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Kate Harrison (15) interviews her grandma Roberta Epstein (73) about her life growing up in Miami. She talks about walking home from school, road trips with her family and what her parents were like.

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Carole Rodemeyer and Sylvia Rodemeyer

Carole Jean Rodemeyer (65) tells daughter, Sylvia Rodemeyer (30), about growing up in Wisconsin, getting in trouble with her siblings, and her ability to use her play. The reflect on how CR's playful side has helped create a strong bond...

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41:30
Teriyana Morton and Naomi Love

Friends, colleagues, and "Mobes" Teriyana Morton (29) and Naomi Love (27) share a conversation remembering their year together on the StoryCorps Mobile Tour. The two tell stories from their shared stops in Springfield, Missouri; Missoula, Montana; Moses Lake, Washington; Boise,...

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35:27
Denise Dauplaise and Michael Dauplaise

Siblings Denise (55) and Michael Dauplaise (60) talk about an exciting trip they took to the East Coast and then Canada to see the Olympics during the country's bicentennial in 1976.

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23:45
Ann Glass, Odile Boubaker, and Imane Lahrir

Ann Glass [no age given] and her two house guests Odile Boubakeur (33) of France and Imane Lahrir (34) of Morocco to discuss how they all met and what their experience living and traveling together has been like.

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35:42
Shadi Nadri and Theo Morgan

Best friends, Shadi Nadri (27) and Theo Morgan (22), share a conversation about mental health, body image, travel, hobbies, clothing, death, self-love, and friendship.

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37:06
Suzanne Asha Stone and Cynthia Hand

Cynthia Hand [no age given] and her birth mother, Suzanne Asha Stone [no age given], share a conversation about finding one another, Cynthia's adoption, and their experiences getting to know each other after they were separated for over 40 years.