Series for Radio Diaries

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Portraits of history's last surviving witnesses.

Caption: Studs Terkel
12 Pieces

In the early 1970’s, author Studs Terkel went around the country with a reel-to-reel tape recorder interviewing people for his book "Working." But until now, few of these interviews have ever been heard before.

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10 Pieces

The extraordinary stories of ordinary life.

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The extraordinary stories of ordinary life.

Caption: Josh Cutler in Teenage Diaries Revisited., Credit: David Gilkey/NPR
5 Pieces

16 years ago, Radio Diaries gave a group of young people tape recorders to report on their own lives for our NPR series, Teenage Diaries. Five of the diarists return to chronicle their grown-up lives in Teenage Diaries Revisited. A lot of life happens in 16 years.

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13 Pieces

Weaving together oral histories and archival tape to bring the past to life.

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8 Pieces

Portraits of some of America’s most original presidential candidates.

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9 Pieces

The story of South Africa's struggle against apartheid.

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17 Pieces

Since 1996, the Teenage Diaries series has been giving tape recorders to young people around the country to report on their own lives.

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4 Pieces

Five inmates, four correctional officers and a judge were given tape recorders.

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6 Pieces

Audio Portraits of a Vanishing City