Tooki Man

Trekking in Indonesia, Ian and Stuart wander off the beaten path.  There, a broken man tells them he knows the way to magic . . .

Dear Jack

In a rural South Carolina farmhouse during WW2, a woman wakes up in the middle of the night with a premonition about her husband fighting overseas.  She writes a letter to warn him, but mail runs slow during wartime . . .

Grandfather's Road

A young Bay Area poet, Josh Healey, rocks a story of a near-death experience and an unexpected visit from his grandfather.

The Caliph's House

Sick and tired of the London rat race, writer Tahir Shah decides to move his whole family to an old Caliph's mansion in Morocco.  Turns out, the mansion teems with angry djinn--genies and spirits, oh my. And they ain't leaving without a fight.


Learn more about Tahir at

Miracle Monk

1943.  Southern India.  A young mother rocks her feverish child.  She weeps, fearing he won't make it through the night. The Mother hears a knock on the door.  A young monk, robes tattered, whispers, "If someone, anyone, agrees to take the boy's illness as their own . . . I can save his life."

Magic Doors Full Episode

Listen now, to the full episode of "Magic Doors" . . .

Look-See Test

What does the story of Noah and his three sons Shem, Japheth and Ham have to do with teenage love?  All is revealed when Glynn's best friend Quan goes before the Council of Elders for the "Look-See Test."

Only Volunteers

On one reality TV makeover show, it takes lengthy surgery and extreme diets to turn ordinary women into TV stars.  But what happens when a TV producer's personality begins to change just by working on the show? 


Produced by Rebecca Hertz.

100% Girl

Kids always made fun of the way Sara looked growing up. She never quite looked like a boy or a girl. Now, at the age of 49, she's finally starting to realize the truth about her identity.  A picture of Sara here. It does contain a spoiler.

Produced by Stephanie Foo.

Storm the Bard

Storm always knew he felt more like a man than a woman. But he also knew that he was a singer, and as a female, had spent years cultivating a beautiful singing voice. So when he decides to transition, many of his labels have to be reinvented. Find more of Storm's music on his website:

Produced by Stephanie Foo.

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