Tina Antolini

Tina Antolini is a Peabody-Award-winning storyteller and radio producer.

She serves as the host and producer of Gravy , a podcast with the Southern Foodways Alliance, which was named the James Beard Foundation's Publication of the Year for 2015. Tina's worked in public radio for more than 10 years, including at State of the Re:Union ( SOTRU ) and New England Public Radio, and has produced stories on everything from Iraqi religious minorities to the sex lives of lobsters. Antolini won a Peabody and a national Edward R. Murrow Award for her work on SOTRU . She attended Stanford, Hampshire College, and the Salt Institute for Documentary Studies.


A Transgender Childhood

Growing up isn't easy - when you feel as if your mind is one gender, and your body another.

Shirley Sherrod's name was thrust into the headlines in 2010 when she was fired from her post at the United States Department of Agriculture, accused of anti-white bias.

This hour: letters. To yourself, to your city, lost letters, found letters... and a love letter to letters.


Parachuting In

(aka: State of the Re:Union's Secret Recipe for Serious Place-based Storytelling... in Practically No Time!)