The Moth Radio Hour

Saturday 1:00 pm - 2:00 pm

Moth storytellers stand alone, under a spotlight, with only a microphone and a roomful of strangers. The storyteller and the audience embark on a high-wire act of shared experience which is both terrifying and exhilarating.

Valentine’s Day Special: Aryana Rose & Matthew Dicks & Sr. Carolyn Martin

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A special Valentine's Day episode of The Moth Podcast: A woman falls in love with a man over a decade younger than her, a man tries to keep his promise to his high school sweetheart, and a young woman has to make a difficult decision.

The Moth Radio Hour: Moth GrandSLAMs: Life and Death

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In today’s hour, GrandSLAM stories from around the country: a subway altercation, a child’s view on love and war, an awkward first-year teacher, a widow at The Grand Canyon, a sixth-grade clown and the loved ones left behind after a tragedy. Storytellers: Jeff Simmermon, Sofija Stefanovic, Tim Manley, Neshama Franklin, Colin Ryan, and Susanne Barakat.

The Moth Radio Hour: London Calling — with Crossfire, and a Vampire

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Author Neil Gaiman explains why he’s afraid to sing in public, a tourist gets a scare in London’s Highgate Cemetery, a Nigerian man tells a bold truth on live television and Christina Lamb talks about her double life as a mother and a war correspondent. Storytellers: Neil Gaiman, Matt Day, Bisi Alimi, and Christina Lamb.

The Moth Radio Hour: Sewing, Singing, Suits, and Cemeteries

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An adolescent boy leaves home and finds a peculiar new family, a fashion guru is forced to improvise, a Baptist finds himself at a gay bar and a young woman discovers the beauty in the hometown she’d left behind years before. Storytellers: George Dawes Green, Tim Gunn, Warren Holleman, and Natalie Chanin.

The Moth Radio Hour: Live from NYC

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A special live edition of The Moth recorded at The Players Club in New York City. A professional who works with adoption services details the personal reason she was drawn to her work, a son desperately seeks a connection with his father after a near deadly plane crash, and a Lutheran minister visits The Middle East and combats her intense fear of heights. Storytellers: Maris Blechner, Joshua Wolf Shenk, and Nadia Bolz-Weber.