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Morning Stories; Now, Show Me The Opposite


TK conv. by phone

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Morning Stories
Now, Show Me The Opposite
Series Description

Radio Unforgettable stories from everyday people, produced and directed by Tony Kahn.

Morning Stories was the first weekly podcast in public broadcasting, as well as being featured in the launch of the iTunes podcast store. MORNING STORIES earned a number of awards, including a Gabriel and a medal from the New York International Festival. Series release date: 2004-2008

Program Description

Ilona Kuphal, the daughter of a Nazi, can't - and won't - forget all the voices inside her. Also, a conversation with playwright Jon Lipsky, a Jew, who many years after WWII, visited Dachau with Ilona.

Thanks to Magnatune recording artists Antonio Meneses for the use of "Suite 2 BWV 1008 prelude" and Elizabeth Wolff for "Sergei Rachmaninoff - 6 Moments Musicaux Op. 6 - Andantino" in the production of this week's podcast.

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Kahn, Tony (Series Producer)
Mott, Gary (Series Producer)
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