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Snap Judgment

Snap Judgment and WNYC Studios

Arts, Performing Arts, Society & Culture, Personal Journals

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Arts 10
Performing Arts 6

Dramatic tales, killer beats and the edgiest new talent in storytelling come together for a weekly radio hour hosted by Glynn Washington.

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Snap #625 - Rose Colored Glasses

October 2nd, 2015

Episode 385 of 672 episodes

It's an all-NEW Snap, "Rose Colored Glasses." Some people go through life with a smile on their faces...do they know something we don't? STORIES Above The RimGlynn was almost a globetrotter….almost.Producer: Pat Mesiti-MillerLow BlowRodney Hyden was a hardworking family man. He liked to end his week surrounded by good friends, a bonfire, and an old fella by the name of Julian who liked to spin a tall tale involving buried cocaine off the shores of Puerto Rico. But it was just a story, right?The story was created as part of a collaboration between Snap Judgment and GQ magazine. It was produced by Nancy López along with Daniel Riley, who first reported Rodney’s story, The Great Cocaine Treasure Hunt, for GQ. Producer: Nancy LopezSound Design: Leon MorimotoThe Pinetar GameEvery baseball fan has heard of the superstar hitter George Brett and his infamous Pine Tar Game…but have you heard of the bat boy’s version? For more info, check out Daniel Barbarisi’s story in the Wall Street Journal.Producer: Davey KimSound Design: Renzo GorrioSleeping GirlWhat if you could live forever--but you had to be asleep the whole time? Would you want to live your life… in a dream?This story was commissioned by Serendipity, an audio fiction podcast produced by Ann Heppermann and Martin Johnson from Sarah Lawrence College. "Sleeping Girl" was inspired by The Sarah Awards' Very, Very, Short Short Stories Contest. Learn more at thesarahawards.com. There you can listen to inspiring works, learn how to take part in the audio fiction revolution.ActorsKatie MingleEliza SmithProducer: Eliza SmithSound Design: Leon Morimoto

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