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January 01, 1990 - October 14, 2012 + UnFictional
Gloria Lowe and a small army of dry-wallers, community gardeners, bakers, philosophers and other true-believers are working small miracles all over Detroit...
Writers know: the best stories are built around a moment; a point of no return. Kent Pierce and Simon Lewis both survived car wrecks that...
Storytellers who think they know the plan of action, only to come face to face with someone with a conflicting agenda. (This program originally aired...
A verbal slip turns a UCLA neuroscience researcher's affirmation into a science fiction drama that threatens to devour years of serious research.
Today on the program, a trip to auctioneer school.
Carl Kozlowski’s sometimes funny, sometimes torturous road from total denial that he suffered a sleep disorder to something resembling a cure...
In this episode, stories of the ocean; what it does to us and how it changes us... (This program originally aired on Tuesday, March 22, 2011.)
On today's episode, three stories told in words and music, all produced by Dan Collison and Elizabeth Meister...
We introduce you to the Strangers podcast, from KCRW's Independent Producer Project about the strangers we meet, the strangers we become and the strange places...
In this episode, offbeat stories of Christmas' past, including an awkward tale told entirely through Facebook status entries.
Today, a special for the beginning of the holiday season…. a compilation of family stories from the first year of this program.
Three very funny stories told by L.A.-based storytellers. In all three tales, the human's life is significantly changed by the peculiar feelings we have about...
Alex Chadwick spent a weekend at Zuccotti Park with a few Occupy activists...
Two soldiers on the run in Vietnam take two drastically different paths, and a producer asks soldiers in Iraq, ''What's on your iPod?''
On a summer night in the early 1990's, a small group of friends gather for a dinner party in Los Angeles. Just for fun, someone...