This Saturday is the Moth season finale and our final installment of stories told live without scripts. This week, hear stories of tragedy, intrigue, and a tattoo that reveals compassion among prison inmates.
The Moth returns for stories of the sacred this Saturday! Hear how rituals of Judaism guide a comedian through a dark hour. Then, Reverend Al Sharpton recalls learning real forgiveness after being stabbed, and Afghan music is un-silenced!
Listen for the last episode of The Moth Radio Hour, stories told live without scripts. This week: a dance move worthy of James Brown’s praise, a graphic account of drug addiction, a macabre in-flight procedure.