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Back in 1919, listening to radio was more like a science experiment than entertainment. There were no professional radio stations, and most radio receivers were homemade.

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"I've been banished from the U.S., you know. Like they used to do in the medieval days. They used to ban fools."

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At one time Gibsonton, Florida was considered the oddest town in America.

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My name is Alberta Martin and I was born in nineteen hundred and six, the first day of December. I'm the last Confederate widow living as far as anybody knows...

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It was assumed many years ago, when you got old you lived with the family. And I guess there's something to be said for that.

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A five-part radio series to mark the 10th anniversary of South Africa's first democratic election in April 1994...

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21-year-old Laura Rothenberg has always tried to live a normal life...

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Ninety-four-year old Selma Koch runs one of New York's last old-style bra fitting shops. Walter Backerman still delivers seltzer along the same route worked by his father and grandfather...

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Radio Diaries is a non-profit organization helping people document their own lives for public radio.

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An unprecedented, first-person look at life inside penitentiary walls through the intense radio series, Prison Diaries. Five inmates, four correctional officers and a judge were given tape recorders...

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