Lost In Translation - Snap #225
This week, Snap Judgment proudly presents stories from people, who for one reason or another, couldn't quite get their point across . . .
In Belgrade, Jonathan discovers that you can remove a man from a country, but you can never remove the country from the man.
Jonathan Groubert hosts the wonderful storytelling program, "The State We're In", from Radio Netherlands Worldwide. The show plays around the globe these days, but if you can't find it, check them out at TSWI.org.
Producers: Anna Sussman, Mark Ristich
The only thing Simon Lewis ever wanted to do was to make movies. But when he found himself lost in a tragic script, his only option was to write himself out.
Simon wrote a fantastic book about his experience called Rise and Shine.
Simon's TED talk is also worth checking out.
Thanks to Chris Colin’s magnificent piece, "Blindsight," in The Atavist on which this radio story is based.
Additonal thanks to the Rumpus.
Producer: Stephanie Foo
Some people know not to fool around in strangers' wine cellars.
Alexander Labinov never got that memo.
Producers: Jamie DeWolf and Renzo Gorrio
Michelle Joyce is just starting out in the world of belly dancing when she gets an invitation to perform at a big show in India.
Problem is, it involves one "small" lie . . .
Producer: Anna Sussman