About Inside Stories Inside Stories explores Madison one story at a time. Each episode we feature a story told in front of an audience at an event in Madison, invite the storytellers into the studio to tell us the story behind the story, and discuss how the story was put together. .
Living History: Stories From a Distance In March - May we featured stories about life during Covid-19 and social distancing. Contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org first if you have a suggestion or story idea. Madison public library has archived these stories in their Living History Project: Stories From a Distance.)
Conversation with WPR's Central Time: Wisconsin Public radio featured a story Takeyla Benton told in 2014 at a Listen To Your Mother show about her fears for her black son. Takeyla and I joined the Central Time host to talk about why it is important to have places where people can share their personal stories.
During Covid-19 when we can't attend live events, Inside Stories Podcast partnered with the Wisconsin Book Festival to do a live storytelling event through Crowdcast. You can check it out here.
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