Fathers A special Father's Day edition of The Moth Radio Hour: A man who faints at the sight of blood prepares to become a father, a Russian immigrant returns home to fulfill a promise to his mother, a child tries to hide Brussels sprouts from her stepfather, and a family fights to stay in the country they call home.
Pizza, Polar Bears and Rock Stars A woman attempts to cross Alaska solo with a dog sled, an Orthodox Jewish boy tests God by eating pizza, a woman in her underwear inexplicably sprints past her neighbor's girlfriend, and Guns N' Roses bass player Duff McKagen survives a health scare.
Alzheimer's, Russia, and Landfill A woman buys what she thinks is a farm but soon discovers it was once a landfill. An young immigrant falls deeply in love with a classmate. A doting Russian grandmother gets revenge on her grandson’s boyhood enemies. A journalist contends with his grandmother’s Alzheimer’s disease.
New Ground, Foster Care, Art and Music in Post-Taliban Afghanistan Selected features from The Moth Radio Hour: Tig Notaro must find new ground with her step-father after her mother's sudden death. Samuel James navigates his way through the foster care system as a child. And Andrew Solomon discovers an artistic community thriving in post-Taliban Afghanistan.
Farms, Fish Banks, and an Iron Roof A leading advocate for food security must reassess her own relationship to food, a young man dreams of an iron roof for his family, a pragmatic idealist learns to really listen to her friend, and a marine expert tries to bring fish back to Bali.
Virginity, Fidelity and Fertility A special live edition of The Moth at Town Hall in NYC with Garrison Keillor. Risky entrepreneurial endeavors keep a close-knit Southern family in flux; a world renowned conservationist and field biologist makes a life-changing friendship while in the Himalayas; and a Mormon fears her parents will disown her when she leaves the faith.
Live in Dublin A special live edition of The Moth from Dublin, Ireland. A comedian must convince a court that a joke he told was funny, a shop worker in Ireland helps bring attention to South African apartheid, a young man stands up to his bullies with help from his mom, and a man faces the death penalty for a crime he did not commit.