Dramatic tales, killer beats and the edgiest new talent in storytelling come together for a weekly radio hour hosted by Glynn Washington.
October 9th, 2015
Episode 393 of 809 episodes
20 Years ago, a whale washed up on a beach in Lubec, Maine, but it’s death was just the beginning of it’s story. This piece was produced by Molly Menschel when she was a student at the Salt Institute in Portland Maine. Salt Institute is the one place that trained budding radio producers nation-wide, and is currently in danger of closing. To find out more about efforts to keep the school open, you can visit savesalt.org and join Save Salt’s facebook page.” The music on this story is played with the jew's harp by Tapani Varis, if you like to hear more go to www.tapanivaris.com. Producer: Molly Menschel
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