Dramatic tales, killer beats and the edgiest new talent in storytelling come together for a weekly radio hour hosted by Glynn Washington.
August 21st, 2015
Episode 374 of 802 episodes
You've heard of them. They don't talk about themselves because everyone else does. They walk among us. On the next Snap Judgment, from PRX and NPR, "Legendary." STORIES 06 Female In 2006, a wolf was born in Yellowstone who would become a legend in her own time. For more about the 06 Female and the debate surrounding wolves in Yellowstone, be sure to check out Jeff Hull's article in Outside Magazine and Nate Rott's special report for NPR. Producer: Joe Rosenberg King Tiger In 1967, one man in New Mexico sought justice in the most unlikely way, turning him into a fugitive. Some called him a bandit, others a hero. Producer: Nancy Lopez Colin From Marketing It’s hard to work in an office where nobody cares. But it’s even harder to pretend you do. A version of this story originally appeared in The Billfold. Michael Hobbes is on Twitter and has a blog. Producer: Joe Rosenberg Sound Design: Pat Mesiti-Miller