PRX Gives Thanks

Radio Diaries revisits teen diarists; plus, picks for Native American Heritage Month and World AIDS Day.

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November 21, 2012

PRX Gives Thanks

Hi friend of PRX,

We drove by modest Plymouth Rock this summer — over 300 years ago, it must have been a pretty desolate place to land after months of seasickness.

Native Americans were already here and had turned New England’s fields and woods into a thriving society. The rest is history, myth, memory. Thus launches the season of eating and cooking and, oh yes, deep gratitude.

If we could, we would serve you each pie for dessert…


Radio Diaries

Revisits teen diarists

Since 1996, Joe Richman has been giving tape recorders to young people around the country to document their lives.

In December of 2012, Radio Diaries will revisit five of these original diarists 16 years after their first recordings.

Like the stories of Josh, a boy with Tourette’s; Amanda, a young woman trying to get her parents to accept her sexuality; or Melissa, a teen mom coming out of the foster care system.

Stay tuned!

World AIDS Day

December 1

More picks for World AIDS Day

Native American Heritage

Celebrate in November

  • Ode to the Salish Sea, a new name which honors the original inhabitants of the waters of the Pacific Northwest (also known as the Puget Sound).
  • Take Me To Your Leader. Some Native Americans see alien invasion films as metaphors for their own history.

More for Native American Heritage Month

Other Good Stuff

  • Coming Soon: New Kitchen Sisters special, The Raw and the Cooked. Stay tuned for more info.
  • Coming Soon: Generation Putin: Millennials in the Former Soviet Union. What are they thinking about their future? Hosted by Brooke Gladstone.
  • Get it now! Best of the Best: The 2012 Third Coast Festival Broadcast.

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Timely Picks

Third Coast Winners

Native American Heritage Month – Nov.


World AIDS Day


Holiday Music Specials

Exclusive Series

The Moth Radio Hour

Fall 2012 stories are HERE.

State of the Re:Union

New cities for fall are here.

Sound Opinions

Rock weekly.

Snap Judgment

Fate, fights, gratitude, Snap.

American Routes

The iconic program on the music of America.

Here’s The Thing

Alec Baldwin interviews icons like no one else.

WTF with Marc Maron

The hugely popular comedy podcast goes radio.

LA Theatre Works

Contemporary radio drama.

America’s Test Kitchen

Food + Smartie = ATK.

Public Radio Remix

Are you listening yet?

PRX Podcasts

99% Invisible: A show about design with Roman Mars.
HowSound: What’s behind great radio?
Blank on Blank finds lost interviews. You listen.
Latitude News The latest: what Mormons and Muslims have in common.

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PRX, Inc. is a non-profit corporation based in Cambridge, Massachusetts. PRX was created through a collaboration of the Station Resource Group and Atlantic Public Media, and continues to receive support from public radio stations and producers, The Corporation for Public Broadcasting, The National Endowment for the Arts, The Ford Foundation, the John D. and Catherine T. MacArthur Foundation, the Knight Foundation and Google Grants.

Original turkey image by Norman Rockwell. Fist image by Danny Williams. Native American Heritage Month image by Timothy K. Williams.

Published by

John Barth

Chief Content Officer at PRX

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