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Stories of the human heart. A candid, unscripted conversation between two people about what's really important in life: love, loss, family, friendship. When the world seems out of hand, tune in to StoryCorps and be reminded of the things that matter most.

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With Memorial Day weekend coming up, we're thinking about sacrifice, and the bonds that form between people who literally go through war together; on the battlefield and at home. Lyne Lucien hide caption

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So They're Not Forgotten

With Memorial Day weekend coming up, we're thinking about sacrifice, and the bonds that form between people who literally go through war together; on the battlefield and at home.

So They're Not Forgotten

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Several years ago, Jennifer Hidrogo made a promise to her neighbor. In this episode, she shares how that simple act resulted in her gaining three more children and finding her calling. Lyne Lucien hide caption

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A Neighbor's Promise

Several years ago, Jennifer Hidrogo made a promise to her neighbor. In this episode, she shares how that simple act resulted in her gaining three more children and finding her calling.

A Neighbor's Promise

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In this episode, we'll hear about two people who help during the most important moments of our lives: when we're brought into the world and when we leave it. Lyne Lucien hide caption

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The Beginning And The End

In this episode, we'll hear about two people who help during the most important moments of our lives: when we're brought into the world and when we leave it.

The Beginning And The End

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A few months ago, we asked our listeners one question. We then received hundreds of responses that made even our most hardened producers tear up. In this episode, find out what that question was and how it inspired our new season. Lyne Lucien hide caption

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In The Comments

A few months ago, we asked our listeners one question. We then received hundreds of responses that made even our most hardened producers tear up. In this episode, find out what that question was and how it inspired our new season.

In The Comments

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This season of the StoryCorps Podcast is all about the helpers around us. It drops May 3rd. Lyne Lucien hide caption

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The Littlest Things

This season of the StoryCorps Podcast is all about the helpers around us. It drops May 3rd.

The Littlest Things

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Neil Kramer and his ex-wife Sophia Lansky talk about their unique quarantine experience together. Lyne Lucien hide caption

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Three's Company

Neil Kramer and his ex-wife Sophia Lansky talk about their unique quarantine experience together.

Three's Company

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In 1993, Los Angeles County firefighter Derek Bart saved a child from a house fire in Santa Clarita, CA. In our last episode of the season, we'll hear three different perspectives on that night, and how they all intersect nearly 30 years later. Lyne Lucien hide caption

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You Can Fall, Just Don't Stay There

In 1993, Los Angeles County firefighter Derek Bart saved a child from a house fire in Santa Clarita, CA. In our last episode of the season, we'll hear three different perspectives on that night, and how they all intersect nearly 30 years later.

You Can Fall, Just Don't Stay There

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All season long, we've heard from trailblazers at the top of their game in every field. In this episode, we mean that literally. We'll hear from three different athletes who shook things up on the baseball field and on the basketball court. Lyne Lucien hide caption

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Finding Where You Fit

All season long, we've heard from trailblazers at the top of their game in every field. In this episode, we mean that literally. We'll hear from three different athletes who shook things up on the baseball field and on the basketball court.

Finding Where You Fit

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On this week's episode, we're remembering the final hours of Dr. Martin Luther King Jr's life through the experiences of some of the people who were there at the time. Lyne Lucien hide caption

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We Go Up Together, Or We Go Down Together

On this week's episode, we're remembering the final hours of Dr. King's life through the experiences of some of the people who were there at the time.

We Go Up Together, Or We Go Down Together

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In this episode, Jeanine Menze and La'Shanda Holmes talk about becoming the first and second Black female pilots in the U.S. Coast Guard, what led them to the military, and ultimately, each other. Lyne Lucien hide caption

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Sign Me Up

In this episode, Jeanine Menze and La'Shanda Holmes talk about becoming the first and second Black female pilots in the U.S. Coast Guard, what led them to the military, and ultimately, each other.

Sign Me Up

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