My Grandma

Me and my grandma talked about her childhood

Ida Wilkerson-Morton and L. Kobie Wilkerson

Ida Charmaine Wilkerson-Morton (64) talks with her son L. Kobie Wilkerson (40) about her life and how she'd like to be remembered. They discuss education, spirituality and values that are important to them.

Memories with Radio Sibs

Holly Haze interviews her brother Fast Eddie Coyle. Both radio DJs with great stories and more to come.

Full Circle

Grandma Pecquet talks abouy her life, faith, and childhood experiences

S01: Ep13: A Picture’s Worth: Running for Our Future. Meet Jill Schiller, candidate for Ohio’s 2nd Congressional District, in November 2018.

Images, like families, aren’t always as they seem. Welcome to the 13th installment of A Picture’s Worth: Running for our Future. In this Episode, we meet Jill Schiller, a first-time candidate who is running to represent Ohio’s Second Congressional District,...

Mr. Poince Interviews

English teacher for high-school talks about life and career.

S01: Ep10: A Picture’s Worth: Running for Our Future. Meet Leslie Ghiz, candidate for judge in Hamilton County, Ohio, in November 2018.

If it’s true that ‘you don’t know what you’ve got till it’s gone,’ can you ever find comfort, and peace, in the past? Welcome to the tenth installment of A Picture’s Worth: Running for our Future. In this Episode, we...

Interview with Sarah Heidler

Interview and short life history with Sarah Heidler at Heidler Christhanksmas gathering in Tennessee by brother in law Chet.

S01: Ep14: A Picture’s Worth: Running for Our Future. Meet Ginger Bock, an Ohio 1st District Court of Appeals judge candidate in Nov. 2018.

Every family has a story. And it’s not always the one you expect. Welcome to the 14th installment of A Picture’s Worth: Running for our Future. In this Episode, we meet Ginger Bock, a first-time candidate who is running for...

Augusta Askari and Emilia Askari, talking about growing up in Cincinnati during the Great Depression – daughter of German immigrants

Augusta Askari: 2022-01-27 01:10:14. Augusta Askari, 93, talks with her daughter, Emilia Askari, 62, about Augusta's childhood during the Great Depression. It was difficult being part of Cincinnati's German American community as World War II approached.

Paul L. A. Reneau and Murray Pierce

Friends, Murray Pierce (66) and Paul L. A. Reneau (61), talk about their experiences as former athletes at the University of Montana, membership with the Black Student Union, athletic career, and living in Missoula, Montana.

Shepherd and Mama

An interview between a five-year-old and his mom. We discuss Santa Claus, Bey Blades, and all the reasons people get sad.

Interview with Ms.Annon

A former student interviews her teacher. They talk about her work and school life, as well as her childhood.

Interview with Ms.Lindsay

A high school senior interviews her dance teacher. We learn about the happier times with her family. We get to know teachers as people and not someone throwing information at us.

Elisabeth 9 SEP 2018

Talking to my long time girlfriend who was born and raised in Norway. We talked about influences in her life and her past.

Tina Nona’s life

I interview my mom on her childhood. We talk about how it was like living in Ohio, Jordan and Michigan etc.

Interview with My Dad About His Life

In this interview, my dad talks about his life, tells anecdotal stories, and gives great advice. I hope you enjoy listening to it as much as I enjoyed recording it!

Remembering Maxine McAninch Hogue in celebration of her 100th birthday

Janet Hogue Thompson (77) talks with her daughter Michelle Thompson (51) about the life of her mother Mary Maxine McAninch Hogue (1920-1993) in rural Casey County, Kentucky.