Real stories told by your neighbors and friends in San Antonio. Worth Repeating was developed in collaboration with the 80/20 Foundation.
I'm Not Racist, But
The stories in this episode of Worth Repeating are about roots, and how the place you're from shapes who you are. A stand-up comedy set sparks a conflict over Texas history, two kids in a small Mississippi town try to cross the racial divide, and a young man searches for role models in an Alaskan backwater.
Perils of a Double Life
Arielle Antwine tells the story of her double life, plus three more stories from the archives of TPR's live storytelling event Worth Repeating.
Looking For Love In All The Wrong Pandemics
The stories in this episode of Worth Repeating were recorded in the fall of 2020, when vaccines were a point of speculation and the grind of pandemic life was setting in. The longer lockdowns continued, the harder it was to sustain the things that gave pre-COVID life its color—socializing, discovering new things, even falling in love. These stories are about that last topic: we asked listeners to tell us about the love in their lives, romantic and otherwise, during the height of the pandemic. Subscribe to new episodes of the Worth Repeating podcast on Apple Podcasts, Spotify, or any other podcast app.
Style icon Bob Ross once said that we don't make mistakes, we just have happy accidents. This episode of the Worth Repeating podcast is about bad luck that turns into good luck and chance encounters that change everything.
Fight or Flight
A brutal storm. A childhood showdown. A new job gone awry. This episode of the Worth Repeating podcast is about fight-or-flight scenarios, and four San Antonions share their tales of standing their ground or getting out of Dodge.
A Racial Reckoning Comes to Town
In the summer of 2020, TPR asked listeners to share their stories about race and racism in San Antonio in a live virtual storytelling event. The city had experienced the wave of civil unrest that swept the country that summer following the killing of George Floyd by police. In the wake of that national spotlight on racial inequality, storytellers shared a wide range of experiences with racism, ranging from formative childhood moments to subtle encounters at the bar. Five of those stories are collected in this episode of the Worth Repeating podcast.
Good ole San Anto
Love hearing these stories from my hometown…keep em coming!