This hour: karaoke as marital therapy, a man tries to cure his stutter, the weird world of Tupperware parties, and more.
by Natalie Kestecher (The Listening Room, ABC, 2001)
To whom can you turn if your relationship has soured? You might try traditional couples' therapy, or you could explore the possibilities karaoke has to offer.
If They Had a Pill, I'd Be There in a Second
by Emily Botein, Dean Olsher, and Rachel Sobel (The Next Big Thing, 2003)
We follow Chris Schell through a three-week program at the American Institute for Stuttering in New York, then back home, where he struggles to hold on to his new, stutter-free self.
A Voice of Warning
by Anne Penman and Trisha Wilson (Outfront, CBC, 2002)
Two friends living on the edge of Vancouver's nightlife push too hard, then face the consequences of the resulting tragedy by boldly sharing their story with students all across Canada.
by Davia Nelson and Nikki Silva, the Kitchen Sisters (All Things Considered, 1980)
The Kitchen Sisters eavesdrop on a 1970s Tupperware party — learning about Tupperware culture, after-parties, and conventions and delighting in the unforgettable, unmistakable Tupperware burp.
This episode of Re:sound was produced by Katia Dunn.
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