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Free podcast of the award-winning public radio show State of the Re:Union. Each episode of SOTRU, host Al Letson travels to a new community to tell stories about the people who are doing extraordinary work to help each other, to engage their community, and to overcome obstacles. It's a unique way of storytelling that documents the new America. SOTRU is presented by WJCT, co-distributed by PRX and NPR. Because things fall apart, it's our job to bring them back together.

State of the Re:Union State of the Re:Union

    • Society & Culture
    • 4.8, 65 Ratings

Free podcast of the award-winning public radio show State of the Re:Union. Each episode of SOTRU, host Al Letson travels to a new community to tell stories about the people who are doing extraordinary work to help each other, to engage their community, and to overcome obstacles. It's a unique way of storytelling that documents the new America. SOTRU is presented by WJCT, co-distributed by PRX and NPR. Because things fall apart, it's our job to bring them back together.

Customer Reviews

4.8 out of 5
65 Ratings

65 Ratings

Larispie ,

Al Letson is a stone cold fox!

Love Reveal, so checked this out.
I appreciate the unique perspectives on locations that you THOUGHT you knew. Al finds those stories that go beyond what a tourist would see. He really finds what is at the heart of a place.
The funniest part to me was when he was in Miami, and he said he was this guy with a face and body for radio around all these beautiful people. I'm like "whaaaa??!!", cuz Al Letson is a stone cold fox.

k.rivers ,

Retired show, but still amazing

It’s a shame that the show has ended, but the backlogs still deserve a listen! Al Letson is a fantastic host, and he manages to unearth incredible stories from all over the United States that show how diverse the culture of the country can be. (If you want to hear more of his work, he’s now hosting Reveal, which is also an excellent podcast).

Terrorhawk252 ,

Farewell

I have enjoyed your stories for years and I am truly saddened to hear that no more shows will be produced. Thank you for your years of captivating and informative stories. You will be greatly missed.

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