Wendy Dorr

Wendy Dorr

Independent Producer

Wendy is a freelance radio producer who used be a producer at This American Life. She also contributes to Jonathan Goldstein's show WireTap.


Wendy Dorr on KCRW

Meet a mother who could very accurately analyze her daughter's dates, after a short conversation. Then later, if love is the drug, this guy may have the disease. (Repeat)

Cracking the Love Code

Meet a mother who could very accurately analyze her daughter's dates, after a short conversation. Then later, if love is the drug, this guy may have the disease. (Repeat)

from UnFictional

Two boys raised as preacher's kids; one tries to follow a virtuous path, the other becomes a wanted fugitive.

Preacher's Kid

Two boys raised as preacher's kids; one tries to follow a virtuous path, the other becomes a wanted fugitive.

from UnFictional

Two stories about crime hitting close to home. A man's evil plan takes an ironic turn and a Brooklyn dad launches an investigation into the case of his kid's stolen dog.

Family Justice

Two stories about crime hitting close to home. A man's evil plan takes an ironic turn and a Brooklyn dad launches an investigation into the case of his kid's stolen dog.

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