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Feb 24, 2017

  
On the next all-NEW Snap..."One In A Million." There is lots of stuff that is never supposed to happen, but once in a while, something slips through the cracks.

 

Feb 17, 2017

  
On the next Snap... "Dirty Work."  You know how bad it looks, and it's not gonna get any easier, but you roll up your sleeves and get down to it. 

 

Feb 03, 2017

  
On the next Snap..."Brass Ring." Sometimes you gotta go around the carousel a few times to get the prize.

 

Feb 01, 2017

  
What's it like to be pulling the levers, twisting the plot, and making the tough cuts inside the Snap story factory? Snap presents "The Specialist," a podcast about work we don't think about and the people who do it. Hosted by Casey Miner, a project of KALW public radio in San Francisco.

 

Jan 27, 2017

  
On the next all-NEW Snap..."Mirrors." You can run and hide from just about everyone, except yourself.

 

Jan 21, 2017

  
On the next Snap Judgment... "Man on a Mission." Lead, follow or get out of the way. It's amazing stories that will not be denied.

 

Jan 13, 2017

  
On the next all-NEW Snap..."Backstory." Before you can begin to understand the story, you gotta hear the backstory.

 

Jan 06, 2017

  
  It’s an all-NEW Snap…”Sex, Lies, and Audiotape.” We think that nobody knows... that there is a difference between private us and public us. Not likely.

 

Jan 03, 2017

  
Snap presents a special audio fiction episode featuring Jonathan Mitchell's "The Truth." Can You Help Me Find My Mom? A girl is lost and can't find her mom. Why won't anyone help her? Written by Diana McCorry Produced by Jonathan Mitchell more @ thetruthpodcast.com/story/2015/4/8/can-you-help-me-find-my-mom VISIBLE A blind man gets a Seeing Eye App.

 

Dec 30, 2016

  
In this one-hour special, "Homemade Stories: The Struggle is Real," award-winning storyteller Shannon Cason takes us on a journey that finds hope in struggle. From navigating Detroit’s overwhelmed criminal justice system,  to being a father after failing in marriage, to finding anchors in a sea of uncertainty, Shannon's stories are heartbreaking and hilarious all at once. Learn more at shannoncason.com.