Partner Podcasts

Jun 12, 2018

Keepin' It Real with Bridget O'Neill - Host and storyteller Bridget O’Neill interviews some of the biggest storytellers who also partner as hosts, comedians and writers. Off-stage and un-guarded, she gets under the hood and probes her storytelling guests for naked truths. Ever listen to a five-minute story on the Moth and wonder what happened to them since, or how it has affected their life? Who that person is on a daily basis? Come, find out! 

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Not That You Asked - A shot of whiskey in a white wine spritzer world. Illuminating stories, acute observations, sizzling pet peeves. Brassy, breezy —often funny, sometimes serious — always fast and edgy. You will be drawn to what Bill Goldstein says...and how he says it. New episodes every other Tuesday. 

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Kid Rebels - Author Gail Sheehy looks into the emotional impact of school shootings on traumatized teens. She presents an inspiring alternative to the isolation and PTSD that hangs over school shooting survivors nationwide. Sheehy followed Peter Yarrow of Peter, Paul and Mary to Florida, where he and others began helping survivors of the Parkland school massacre, mentoring them to make music to assert their power in protest songs as the soundtrack of today’s movement against gun violence.

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SpeshFX - The story of beatboxing, from Boots 'n' Cats to Lip Rolls. Join host Tani Levitt on the journey from discovery to obsession, and deep into the beatboxing community. Hear from world champion beatboxers, national champion beatboxers, beatbox community leaders, beatboxers' moms, and more. If it's beatboxing, SpeshFX has got it, and now is the time to check it out.

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Listen to Roger Rosenblatt's new podcast on the glorious impossibilities of being a writer. Rosenblatt is an essayist, memoirist, novelist, bestselling author of five New York Times Notable Books of the Year, Emmy and Peabody Award recipient and winner of the Kenyon Review Award for lifetime literary achievement. He held the Briggs-Copeland appointment in the teaching of writing at Harvard, and is currently the Distinguished Professor of English and Writing at Stony Brook University.