London Calling — with Crossfire, and a Vampire Author Neil Gaiman explains why he's afraid to sing in public, a tourist gets a scare in London's Highgate Cemetery, a Nigerian man tells a bold truth on live TV and Christina Lamb talks about her double life as a mother and war correspondent.
Live from NYC: Adoption, a Plane Crash, and a Busload of Lutherans A special live edition of The Moth recorded at The Players Club in New York City. A professional who works with adoption services details the personal reason she was drawn to her work, a son desperately seeks a connection with his father after a near deadly plane crash, and a Lutheran minister visits the Middle East and combats her intense fear of heights.
Reality TV, an Egg Timer, and a Burglary True romance is put in jeopardy by a reality TV show, a speechwriter has an explosive show down with Bill Clinton, a woman flies cross country to help the aging father she hasn't seen in 18 years, and a father's courage is put to the test in his own home.
Holiday Special 2015: Sing Sing, Ornaments, Car Accidents, and Curses A family tradition endures community-wide scandal, a single woman tries to find her soulmate for Hanukkah, a daughter honors her mother's last Christmas wish, a guard works New Year's Eve at Sing Sing prison, and the holiday spirit fills an emergency room.
Family Photos, Grandmothers, Legos, and Revenge A family reunites around a hospital bed, a grandmother shares wisdom (and a beer) with her grandson, a third-grade teacher underestimates the power of Legos, and a bullied teen plots revenge. A family reunites around a hospital bed, a grandmother shares wisdom (and a beer) with her grandson, a third-grade teacher underestimates the power of Legos, and a bullied teen plots revenge.
Beauty Queens, the LBJ Library, and Holdups A special live edition of The Moth at The Paramount Theater in Austin, Texas. A small town girl from Alabama attends charm school and gets ‘discovered’, a Texas romance is thwarted by religion, and a teenage hotel clerk comes of age -- at gunpoint.
Red Sox, Jerusalem, and Coming Home A father bonds with his son over baseball, a boy realizes that his single father is not a superhero, a worker gets a knife pulled on her at a homeless shelter, a newly divorced mother is evicted from her home, and a young writer moves to Jerusalem with the hope that peace will break out.