Who, or what, makes your head spin and your heart beat a little faster? What makes you happiest? Where do you turn for comfort? We’re looking for your stories of love, be it passionate, romantic, platonic or idealistic.
There are two ways you can share your love story. If you have an audio piece you’ve made or heard that you’d like us to listen to, send it here.
If you have a story you’d like us to record, sign up to share your story on Saturday, August 1, at the Museum of Durham History. Drop us a line at email@example.com or on Facebook to schedule a time to talk.
All stories recorded at the Museum of Durham History will be archived at the Durham County Library and some might be featured in our August show: True Romance: Love Stories of All Stripes.
We are looking for great audio stories that (loosely) fit the theme of Dog Days: Stories of Indolence and Frenzy. If you have a story, or have heard a story you think fits, use this link to send it our way!
It’s not all lazy days and picnics. The Dog Days were once considered an evil time when “wine grew sour and dogs turned mad.” Send us the good and the bad: summer flings and overheated outbursts; stories of indolence and frenzy. Plus, dogs. We like dogs. Submit a story>
Dog Days: Stories of Indolence and Frenzy
Friday, July 24 8-10 p.m.
Center for Documentary Studies at Duke University
1317 W Pettigrew St, Durham, NC 27705
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We are looking for great audio stories that (loosely) fit the theme of “haunted.” If you have a story, or have heard a story you think fits, use this link to send it our way!
What is it you can’t let go? Who- or what- won’t let go of you? If you’ve got stories of obsessions, fixations, otherworldly encounters, or unwholesome interests, open your closet of skeletons and let us have a peek. Submit >
To usher in our new season and celebrate our collaboration with the Museum of Durham History, producers Jenny Morgan and Elizabeth Friend joined Durham native Kathleen House to talk with WUNC’s Frank Stasio about this month’s show on the theme of Homecoming: Stories of Leaving and Return.
You can listen to the full interview here:
Our first event, ‘Homecoming: Stories of Leaving and Return,’ will take place on May 29, from 8-10 p.m. at the Center for Documentary Studies. Learn more and RSVP on the ‘Events’ page. We hope to see you there!
Durham’s favorite summer audio festival is launching its second season and to kick it off we’re looking for pieces ranging from 2-15 minutes that (more or less) fit the theme of Homecoming: Stories of Leaving and Return.
At some point, we all leave home. Or do we? And who does the journey change–the ones who leave or the ones who stay behind? Tell us about your prodigal sons and why you can’t go home again. Or about a really cheesy dress you bought for that high school dance.
We love sound-rich stories that make us think, make us laugh, and take us to places near and far. We especially love pieces based in Durham, in North Carolina, or made by local radio producers. Share your work or work you find compelling made by someone else. We want to hear it all, even if it’s not a perfect fit for the theme.
Submit a story for consideration and send in as many pieces as you’d like! The deadline is 11:59 p.m. on Sunday, April 19, 2015.