Re:sound #203 The Rivers Show
This hour we meander our way down three rivers in search of solace, spiritual healing and, of course, total domination. (more)
What Happened at Camp Bucca on June 9, 2007?
By Caleb Nelson
We reminisce on Operation Iraqi Freedom. (more)
By Joanne Lam
A personal musing about estrangement and its effects on language, cultural identity, and the meaning of home. (more)
Re:sound #188 The Tight Spaces Show
This hour we look at the ups and downs of confinement. (more)
What happened when you caught a toadfish?
By Todd Wemmer, Sam Wemmer, & Liam Romer
Liam tells Sam about his adventures on a trip to Bali and Sri Lanka. (more)
Hong Kong Song
By Jens Jarisch
The sounds of the city resonate as Hong Kong comes to life through audio mosaic and three voices: a traveler remembers, newscasters rattle off facts and statistics, a young woman recalls a legend from her fading childhood. (more)
Re:sound #163 The Far From Home Show
By Multiple producers
This hour: Two stories of people who are far away — physically, emotionally and/or spiritually from the place they call home. (more)
Yellow Short Pants
By Julien Clancy
Daily life can be tough for a foreigner living in Japan but luckily Ueko and Hitomi, my neighbors from down the road, are always on hand to offer advice....even when it involves a missing pair of yellow shorts. (more)
What do you look forward to, Aai?
By Neena Pathak
The producer's grandma reflects on growing old in a country that's not her home. (more)
Mei Mei, A Daughter's Song
By Dmae Roberts
Dmae Roberts tell two interwoven stories in this personal documentary: the frustration she feels not living up to her mother's ideal of a perfect Taiwanese daughter and the compassion she has for a mother who as a child suffered abuse, starvation, and the horrors of World War Two. (more)
Who lives, who dies?
By Deborah Bauer
Ten years later, a survivor reflects on the fragility of life and the random ruin caused by the worst natural disaster in living memory, the Boxing Day tsunami of 2004, a day when nearly 250,000 people perished across 14 countries, one third of them, children. (more)