7pm Reel to Reel - The Backstory goes to the Oscars
8pm Adapting to Climate Change: ambitious solutions
9pm Reveal: An investigative series - The Heroin Highway
10pm Snap Judgment: Artificial Intelligence - stortyelling with a beat
7pm The Moth Radio Hour: Pornography, Divinity, Mercy
8pm Edward Snowden was Justified: NPR's Debate Series
9pm WMVY Music Hour with Barbara Dacey and guests David Fisk and Arlen Roth
10pm Mexico Uncovered: Unexpected Stories about the Mexico you don't know
7pm Bulls, Bikes, Bullets, Brother – A new Moth Radio Hour – produced right here, by us.
8pm Womens Rights after the Arab Spring – America Abroad investigates what has been lost and gained
9pm: New Letters on the Air: interviews with authors Daniel Woodrell of Winter’s Bone and E.L. Doctorow talk about their craft and read aloud.
10pm The Mississippi Blues Project: a series of live concert and interviews - raw music from the Big Muddy
7pm Firemen, Bourbon, Bathhouses - The Moth Radio Hour
8pm Courtship - the Backstory form the American History Guys
9pm CAI grab bag- good stuff beyond the usual: 99% Invisible and The Truth
10pm Mississippi Blues Project a series of concerts - and interviews.
7pm The Moth Radio Hour - the Martha's Vineyard Event
8pm Outed: the Backstory on Sexual Identity in America
9pm Going Black: a 2 hr special on Philly soul - how black radio became the pulse and megaphone of civil rights and black power.
Laughing, crying, biting your nails... It's The Moth Radio Hour, with first-person stories told live on Martha's Vineyard, featuring Jenny Allen, Bill Eville, Buddy Vanderhoop, and more. Listen for it Tuesday afternoon at 2pm on WCAI.
A local radio personality on WOMR continues to defy conventional gender boundaries. Kathy Tu brings the story of a man who isn't afraid to be herself.
You can hear Lady Di Friday nights at 5pm on WOMR.
This piece is edited by Jay Allison and comes from our production partners Atlantic Public Media, through their media training program, the Transom Story Workshop in Woods Hole.
7pm A Wrestler, anExoneree and a Nurse – The Moth radio hour ! true stories told live and produced here by us
8pm The Affordable Care Act is Beyond Rescue: the premise this week for the NPR's Debate series
9pm: A little bit of MVY on CAI – host Barbara Dacey talks with musician Willy Mason to talk about his recent album “Carry On’
10pm "Can Do: Stories of Black Visionaries, Seekers, and Entrepreneurs," produced by the kitchen sisters - actress Alfre Woodard hosts.
Scott Britton, plausibly has the largest Calypso collection on Cape Cod. Ethan Chiel went to look ( and listen) for himself.
For more stories like this, check out The Bumpus Project and The Transom Story Workshop