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Robot Boy - Snap 501

Lyndon Baty never knew what it was like to talk to other kids. His illness kept him trapped at home in total seclusion.  But one day, Lyndon figures a way out.


Producer: Julia Dewitt

Sound Design: Julia Dewitt and Renzo Gorrio

Defender of the Internet

Keeping the internet safe from scum requires heavy duty computing power, old-fashioned moral judgment, and a strong constitution.  One man decides to play Sheriff when the Artificial Intelligence can’t tell good from evil.

Producer: Stephanie Foo

Sim Stephanie

Stephanie Foo had a love-hate relationship with that old computer game the Sims.  But when she steps foot into the latest version of the game, the AI is so good, her new Sim acts more like Stephanie than Stephanie does.

Producer: Stephanie Foo

Against The Ropes

Five sons enter the wrestling ring, but only one walks out alive.

Producer: Anna Sussman
Sound Design: Renzo Gorrio

It Began With A Lie

After an alleged killer steals his identity, Mike Finkle decides the truth is worth searching for.  

Producer Anna Sussman with assistance from Julia Dewitt

Poster Boy

Glynn writes a humor column for his school newspaper, and can do no wrong. But when one of his jokes seriously misfires he is forced to do some deep soul searching.

Producer:  Mark Ristich
Sound Design: Stephanie Foo

Pool Hustle

You're never too young to be a hustler.  Nason tells his story.

Find more of the magic David Weinberg works on his podcast, Random Tape.

Producer: David Weinberg


After arriving home from work, Douglas Leach saw a Polaroid lying on his front step.  He picked it up. 
He shouldn't have . . .

Producer: Mark Ristich

The Unwedding

Some couples break up harder than others.

Produced by the dynamic duo Sharon Mashihi and Rachel James (originally for the KCRW program "Unfictional.")  For more of Sharon and Rachel's work, check this out.

Producers: Sharon Mashihi and Rachel James with assistance from Mooj Zadie

Henry and Jane

A husband and wife think they have problems.  Then they enter the storm.

Produced by Lea Thau, check out Lea's amazing podcast Strangers here (part of the new Radiotopia network of award winning programs.)



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