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Inside Stories

"Inside Stories" is a series of conversations on the many forms of storytelling, from film to theater to history museums to walking tours and beyond.

Dec 20, 2009

A visit to the Greenwood Cemetery in New York City, for a living history day commemorating the anniversary of the Revolutionary War Battle of Brooklyn. Featuring members of an African American reenactors regiment. More information at

Dec 11, 2009

A little diversion from the usual fare on "Inside Stories." This episode is a comic radio play about the takeover of a radio station by revolutionaries during a sex/love advice program. (c) 2009 Paul VanDeCarr. More info at

Nov 30, 2009

A confab with Cathy Trost, the exhibit development director of Newseum, the museum of the news, which touts itself as Washington DC's most interactive museum. More info at

Nov 20, 2009

Michael Premo and Rachel Falcone talk about "Housing is a Human Right," a project they created and produced featuring audio stories about the struggle for home. More info at

Nov 10, 2009

Dr. Rita Charon, director of the Program in Narrative Medicine at the College of Physicians and Surgeons at Columbia University, talks about how the doctor-patient relationship is enriched through stories. Info at