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Spouses, Linda Mccorkendale (71) and David M. Mccorkendale (76), share a conversation about the Ozarks, Missouri, where they have made a home.
Colleagues Michelle "Micki" Lane (51) and Barbara Brown-Johnson (70) interview one another about their time and experiences at The Child Advocacy Center.
Married couple, Steve Bates (65) and Mona Bates (68), speak about their marriage, connection to Christ, and how Victory Mission & Ministry has influenced their lives.
Friends, C. Toney Aid (71) and Terry Hampton (61), share a conversation about the life of artist, L. L. Broadfoot, as well as how Broadfoot's artwork depicting 19th and early 20th-century Ozarkians came to reside at the Harlin Museum in...
Angeline "Angie" Presley (40) interviews her father, Leslie "Les" Harris (64), about how he stays positive in the face of the injury, infection, and loss.
Jennifer "Kim" Estes McCully-Mobley (60) and her son, Jake McCully (32), share a conversation about Aurora, Missouri, the community that they call home.
Brandy Harris (35) and her mentor, Julie Leeth (69), look back on their early memories of one another, discuss their shared passion for supporting young people in public education, and appreciate the roles they have played in one another’s lives.
Friends and colleagues Clifton Smart III (61) and Frank Einhellig (83) share a conversation about the work they did together as president and provost of Missouri State University. They discuss the changes the university has seen under their leadership, the...
Vito G Palmietto (30) interviews his father, Vito Palmietto (61), about his career in the food service industry. They discuss Vito's experiences acting as an Executive Chef and as a Food and Beverage Director, as well as what it was...
Friends Todd Parnell (74) and James Leon Combs (87) share memories about their childhood and upbringing between 1940s and 1950s. They also talk about their friendship, books, and experiences in The Ozarks, Missouri.
Mother and son, Jennie March (51) and Patrick March (28), have a conversation about navigating gender identity.
Hayley Norton (36) interviews her grandmother, Gramme Alice (87), about her childhood in rural Missouri and her experience raising her three children.
Claire Bonnette (20) interviews her mother, Sabrina Bonnette [no age given], about her military career as Chief Petty Officer, traveling, women's rights, and legacy.
Jenn Simmons (39) interviews her friend, colleague, and mentor, Howard Cavner (68), about his childhood in the Ozarks region of Missouri, his relationship with his grandmother, the pride he has for his daughter, and the most important lessons that he...
Longtime friends Kathleen Morrissey (71) and Akemi Anders [no age given] discuss Akemi's firsthand account of the end of WWII in Japan, Japanese-American identity, and the importance of friendship and cultural connection.
Dean Ertel (76) shares his story with his StoryCorps partner, Naomi Love (26), through his book "Memoirs of a Fish Whisper."
Judith Peavey (71) shares her thoughts, feelings, and memories about her late husband's life and their relationship leading up to his diagnosis with dementia. Sonia Kinkhabwala (22) accompanies and listens to her stories.
Brothers Michael Hayes (29) and Matthew Hayes (27) have a conversation about how their relationship has evolved through the difficulties of addiction.
Robin Rader (70) and her husband, Haven Miller (68), interview Robin's mother, Jane Hyde Rader (94), about what it was like growing up on a farm in Southwest Missouri in the 1920s, 1930s, and 1940s.
Cherie Croney (48) interviews her friend Randle Wesley (62) about his experiences being homeless, growing up in Louisiana, moving to Springfield, Missouri, and his journey as a gay man.
Amy Coulliette (51) interviews her father, Richard Allen (70), about his childhood in the Tunas, Missouri, his experience serving in the U.S. Navy, his retirement in the Ozarks region, and the characters that he has met along the way.
Brothers Denys Hansen (75) and James Hansen (72) look back on their childhood memories in Sherwood, Iowa and Springfield, Missouri.