Jude O'Dell and Jeffrey Lyle

Jude O'Dell (42) and Jeffrey "Jeff" Farr (69) discuss mid-career changes, the importance of connection with other people, using the bible, history and their own life experiences as a guide of how to move through the world with compassion and...

Brian Parrish and Heidi Alldredge

Friends and colleagues Brian Parrish (53) and Heidi Alldredge (49) play two truths and a lie, explore their shared experiences as podcasters, consider the impact of self-blame, and discuss the importance of connecting across difference.

Thanksgiving interview with Aunt Cher

Interviewing one of my favorite aunts in State College, Pennsylvania. Listening to stories about her childhood and how she became who she is today.

Immigration Stories Italy: Jorida

Jorida Dervishi is an idealist through and through. Jorida came from Albania to Milan 4 years ago and opened her own school for women immigrants to help them learn to speak Italian. While working with her school devoted to women...

I interviewed Emy, my grandmother in 2016. We chat about life, love, early days growing up in Kansas, and everything in between.

In 2016 I began interviewing my grandmother, who is now 89, to try and capture some of her stories before it’s too late. I initially set out to do a podcast, but life got busy so I’ve resorted to putting...

Drake LeBlanc and Maaliyah Papillion

New friends Drake LeBlanc [no age given] and Maaliyah Papillion [no age given] discuss their creative processes and the importance of sharing their cultural heritage through art.

The Impact of Telling Stories

Sixteen-year-old, Dominic Palmer, interviews his dad, David Palmer, about how his work impacts others as well as himself.

David Oberhausen and Marilyn Oberhausen

Spouses, David Oberhausen (78) and Marilyn Oberhausen (77), share a conversation about their childhoods, their parents, and their life together.

Claire Judkins and Renetta Mosley

Coworkers Claire Judkins (52) and Renetta Mosley [no age given] discuss their work with Acadia and the importance of sharing stories about Parkinson’s Disease through the Yours, Truly campaign.

Phyllis Rosen and Isabella Gonzalez

New friends and conversation partners Phyllis Rosen (74) and Bella Gonzalez (25) discuss Phyllis' experience with abortion, the impact of her trauma, the evolution of her trauma over time, the healing process, and what it means to tell abortion stories...

Jenny Rask Interviews Father Gene Rask About his life.

Jenny Rask: 2021-01-12 01:21:21 Jenny Rask interviews Gene Rask about his life. First new interview of 2021. We talk about his brother Paul and trying to become a Doctor, Paul's Girlfriends and his great life in College. His father's health...

Dr. Darla Shaw & Beth Moeller of The Griswold Home Care Resilience Project: How our stories define us & we must evolve to enrich our stories

Dr. Darla Shaw (82) of Fairfield County, CT sat down with Beth Moeller of Griswold Home Care Fairfield County in the midst of the Covid-19 pandemic, to share wisdom about resiliency and how to REAP the rewards of a rich...

Storytelling Assignment

Maggie Mendez (19) interviews cousin Danielle Miracle (18) for a speech summer class assignment.

Giselle Palmer and Alejandro Guimoye

One Small Step partners Giselle Palmer (44) and Alejandro Guimoye (43) share a conversation about immigration, education, their upbringings, and their jobs.

Alec Acosta and Christopher Abreu

Alec Acosta (19) talks with his teacher Christopher Abreu (32) about his childhood, school experiences, meaningful friendships, artistic interests, and about what his hopes are for the future.

Sheba Rasheed and Taahira Duty

Sheba Rasheed (48) talks to her daughter, Taahira Duty (20), about Taahira's father and the book that Sheba wrote about his passing.

Storytelling Project

This is an interview with my three-year boyfriend.

Ta'Mare Banks and Katie Althoff-Moore

Coworkers Ta'Mare Banks (30) and Katie Althoff-Moore (44) talk about their work fighting racial disparities in maternal healthcare. They highlight their new doula program and making Black women feel heard as two important approaches.