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Mark's Place for Storytelling Podcasts
8 minutes | Jul 15, 2015
Russia’s August Curse
What many in the West think of as the “Dog Days of Summer”, is better known in Russia as the August Curse.. Kick back and listen to some memories as told by a couple of Russians.
10 minutes | Jun 28, 2015
On the Boris Nemtsov Murder
On February 27th 2015, Russian opposition politician Boris Nemtsov was gunned down just a stones throw from the Kremlin. The following interviews were done within days of the murder, but only now did I have the opportunity to put them all together. . Rather than just talk about what happened, I prefer to concentrate on […]
17 minutes | Apr 2, 2015
Russia Headlong into 2015
This is the second installment of my series showing the effects of sanctions and the true feelings of Russians during these politically charged times. I don’t pretend, like NPR and all other liberal outlets to be unbiased, so kindly don’t try to point out that I’m biased, perhaps better to say that I’m honest. This […]
5 minutes | Mar 4, 2015
Grandpa and the Bomb
My Father-in-law was born and raised in the former Soviet Union. He was born the year after World War II ended, 1946. Unfortunately he passed away early in 2015 and will be sorely missed by his family and his granddaughters. We were fortunate enough to get a few of his “when I was […]
6 minutes | Mar 4, 2015
Russian Sanctions from the point of view of Russians
This is the first in what I hope to be a series of everyday life in Russia for Russians during this turbulent time of sanctions and political conflict with the West.
4 minutes | Jan 5, 2015
24-hour Radio Race – Virtuous Immigration
Back in the early Fall of 2014 I decided on a whim to enter a 24-hour radio production competition. In this contest, you and your team had 24-hours to produce a radio piece based upon a theme expression given at the very start of the 24-hour period. There were hundreds of entrants from all over […]
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