Every new production needs a grizzled veteran.  Thankfully, Snap Judgment had the "The God of War and Radio", Roman Mars.  Roman is a storyteller's storyteller, and will be deeply missed as he conquers new challenges. 

Roman's genius at relating emotional content fueled one amazing story after the other.  Listen as Roman ROCKS an instant Snap classic, "Game Over."

People tell Rita Daniels strange things.  It's as if folk feel intuitively drawn to unburden themselves on a kindly, understanding soul.  (We're super glad that kindly soul carries a microphone.)  Rita crafted some of the most powerful Snap stories of the year, but her best gift may be the ability to truly LISTEN.

Listen with Rita, as one man explains his encounter with "Hanuman".    

This is the full episode of Hungry.

“It ain’t good ‘til yer hungry.”  Snap Judgment host Glynn Washington brings us face to face with the the world’s most satisfying buffet.

Story by Glynn Washington, Produced by Stephanie Foo

When Ricky Megee emerges from a shallow grave in the harsh Australian outback, fate forces him to redefine “food” as he struggles for survival.

Produced by Anna Sussman

Storyteller Joel ben Izzy recalls a conversation he had with an older gent who describes the true beauty of a piece of fruit.

Visit Joel’s site for more stories.

Produced by Stephanie Foo

It’s not always the smartest idea to lie about your previous experience.  Especially not when it involves sailing across the Atlantic Ocean head toward Europe.  Donna Salter learns her lesson in the middle of nowhere.

Produced by Stephanie Foo and Scott Gurian

In Soviet-era Russia, “Refuseniks” trying to escape the country were often denied their basic human rights by the Russian government. Debra Salan traveled to the Ukraine to help them, but encountered some KGB trouble of her own.

Produced by Stephanie Foo

Host Glynn Washington recalls the worst trip to the grocery store of his young life.

Listen to the full Snap Judgment episode, "Abducted."

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