Marcia Darnell, Jenyn Darnell, Curtis Darnell, and Stacey Stephens

Marcia Darnell, 87, interviewed by her three children Jenyn Darnell, Curtis Darnell, and Stacey Darnell Stephens about her work as a social worker in a women's prison right after college, working for a U.S. military program in Japan where she...

Interview with the Irish.

Here I interview my dad about his childhood and what is was like growing up in Europe. He describes living with 10 other siblings and the values his family shared. He then talks about the opportunities that allowed him to...

“It’s a service of humility”

"Life in the priesthood is one of humility," says Michael Hennessy in this interview recorded shortly before his May 2018 ordination as a priest. Hennessy is a New Englander who started thinking about being a priest when he was teaching...

Joe Beda on open source as a positive sum game

Joe Beda shares with Julia and Amanda about his multigenerational family history with computers, his changing experience with open source since submitting the first commit to Kubernetes, and how the future of open source contains both 'danger and opportunity'.

Ava Carlson and her uncle Jim Barton talk about his childhood in Vermont

In this December 4 2022 interview, Ava Carlson (16) and her uncle Jim Barton (62) talk about his childhood in small town Vermont, family, and practicing instruments.

My Grandfather on Life

I ask my grandfather what different aspects of life were like when he was young and what it was like for him as a parent of my uncle and mom.


interviewing my older sister and asking her about her job and future

Be upfront and honest

Aunty Jean Hands, a Kamilaroi woman, talks and reflects on her time as Chair of the Northern Regional Aboriginal Alliance in Northern NSW and what it means for her represent Aboriginal communities in getting the services and programs communities want.

Gertie, Me and Memory on Memorial Day

Gertie and Anna talk candidly about cancer during Covid19 and finding safe spaces to live and heal. They cover topics around misogyny, mountain life, compassion, doll making and women’s health and empowerment.

Being the Change with Kenney Tran

Kenney Tran is a Vietnamese American RPCV who served in Colombia, telling stories of exploring his past, learning from history, and analyzing the political movements of today in order to sculpt a better world through policy and legislation. Kenney currently...

My Father

Interview of my dad. He talks about both of our childhoods, his in the 70’s and mine in the early 2000’s. He talks about the lessons he’s learned throughout his life and what had led him to where he is.

Fletcher Crowe and Anita Spring

Fletcher Crowe (69) shares with Anita Spring his work to trace 1000 years of his genealogy.

Steve Desroches and Jane Martin

Steve Desroches (47) and Jane Martin (69) talk about their deep affection for their shared alma mater Wheaton College in Norton, Massachusetts, Desroches a member of the Class of 1996 and Martin Class of 1974.

Steve Desroches and Jon Richardson

Steve Desroches (48) talks to musician Jon Richardson (35) about his work in Provincetown, Massachusetts and in particular his role as a piano man in a town with a long tradition of piano bars.