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January 01, 1990 - November 26, 2012 + The Moth Radio Hour
Walter Mosley on the power of language; an artist connects with her father; a harrowing rape and search for stability; a long wait for the...
A flight attendant adjusts her attitude – in flight; a Vietnamese family takes refuge in an unknown land; and a young out-of-gas preacher lands in...
This special live edition, "Moth Eaten: Adventures in Food," features author Adam Gopnik, celebrity chef David Chang, and comedian Lisa Lampanelli.
One of the Blue Man Group connects with an audience member; Rachel Dratch meets a possible Mr. Right; a neuroscientist IDs patterns in the brains...
A bar mitzvah becomes a family battle ground; literary pilgrims search for Paul Bowles in Morocco; a novelist tries to cure her writer's block by...
Amateur detectives crack a case; a librarian takes a dance class; a father and son come to terms; a grandson brings joy to a nursing...
A major literary scandal; credit card fraud sets an amateur sleuth on a crime-solving caper; and a soldier on his third tour of duty finds...
A special live edition of The Moth's collaboration with the World Science Festival.
A jazz bassist is put to the test by his idol, a down and out comic considers ending it all, and a New York writer...
A secret heritage, a sobered sailor, and an author's unsupportive mother on her death bed.
This week, a shocking secret, a loss of innocence, redefining the pecking order, and the upside of punishment...
The accident that cost a hiker his legs, making Al Gore funny, and a student with a death wish finds love.
A father-son relationship redefined, foolproofing a first romantic encounter, and Walter Mosley yearns to hear, "I love you" from his mother.
The Moth's founder, George Dawes Green, details the fireworks when his mother learns the grounds of her family plantation are slated to be turned into...