Since its launch in 1997, The Moth has presented thousands of true stories, told live and without notes, to standing-room-only crowds worldwide. 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. Since 2008, The Moth podcast has featured many of our favorite stories told live on Moth stages around the country. For information on all of our programs and live events, visit themoth.org.
The Moth Radio Hour: Sailing on an Alien Sea
In this hour we explore stories relating to STEM (Science/Technology/Engineering and MATH): we travel from the laboratories of the Antarctic to the icy seas of Saturn’s moon Titan - we learn that predisposition does not mean predestined and sometimes A is larger than C. This episode is hosted by Jay Allison of Atlantic Public Media, the producer of this show.
Hosted by: Jay Allison
James McClintock a scientist researching at McMurdo Station, Antartica makes an interesting discovery.
Lone Frank deep dives into personal genomics
Dhaya Lakshminarayanan gets entangled in the language of math.
Ellen Stofan sets her sights on exploring an alien sea.
The Moth Radio Hour: You Gone Learn
In this hour, stories of education, illumination, or just being schooled. The lessons learned from communities new and old, on top of a glacier, and from children. This episode is hosted by Moth host Jon Goode. The Moth Radio Hour is produced by The Moth and Jay Allison of Atlantic Public Media.
Hosted by: Jon Goode
Dan Souza teaches English and learns about Hungarian karaoke.
Jen Rubin plans to be spontaneous.
Matty Struski learns about resiliency, and slides.
Diane Harari learns that piano recitals are child's play.
Burnell Cotlon returns to the Lower Ninth Ward after Hurricane Katrina to rebuild the community he loves.
25 Years of Stories: The UK and Ireland
This week, we celebrate The Moth’s launch in the UK and Ireland with stories about an eventful vacation in Greece and a positive pregnancy test. This episode is hosted by Sara Barron.
Host: Sara Barron
The story Sara Barron mentioned in the intro was Michael Such’s “Waiting To Go“: https://themoth.org/stories/waiting-to-go
The Moth Radio Hour: Camouflage - Stories of Hidden Selves
In this hour, four stories about secret identities and true selves. A secular man immerses himself in a Christian world; a young woman pledges herself to a humble life of joy; a father writes in his son’s voice; and a young man from Sierra Leone is enlisted to serve in war. Hosted by The Moth’s Executive Producer, Sarah Austin Jenness. The Moth Radio Hour is produced by The Moth and Jay Allison of Atlantic Public Media.
Hosted by: Sarah Austin Jenness
Kevin Rose goes undercover at a Evangelical Christian university.
Sister Carolyn Martin commits herself to a love greater than any other.
Boris Timanovsky has a transatlantic pen pal adventure.
Abraham Leno has a dream of college are threatened when war breaks out in his country.
The Moth Radio Hour: Remembering Our Loved Ones Through Story
In this hour, the people we've loved and lost, their memories preserved in these stories. Mothers, partners, and the colorful residents of a nursing home, with special excerpts from the Moth's new audio book. This episode is hosted by Moth Artistic Director, Catherine Burns. The Moth Radio Hour is produced by The Moth and Jay Allison of Atlantic Public Media.
Hosted by: Catherine Burns
Sharon D'Orsie goes on adventures with her aging mother.
Adrienne Lotson worries she's not cut out to be a chaplain.
Writer Elizabeth Gilbert shares her struggle in dealing with her partner’s terminal illness and what it taught her about living.
25 Years of Stories: Community
This week, we feature a story about an eventful party conference in Australia. Plus, we take a look at our new book: “How to Tell a Story: The Essential Guide to Memorable Storytelling from The Moth.“ This episode is hosted by Kate Tellers.
Host: Kate Tellers
Storytellers: Kathryn Bendall
Stories are life!
I love listening to the different stories of all types of people. I just went to the Grand Slam Finals in SF and the storytellers and stories were incredible. It’s an honor to witness the vulnerability, humor, wit, honesty, grief, joy - all the feels that humanize us! Thank you to The Moth for keeping all of these memories alive!
What can I say
This storyteller show is engaging and engrossing and downright addictive!
Intro said triggering material but there was none???