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“It’s hard to find a decent story.”
Ira Glass

The above video is an abridged video (and a well done one of that) from the four videos below that are worth your time as Ira Glass does an exceptional job of exploring the mystery of good storytelling.  Glass has hosted and produced of the radio program This American Life since 1995. The show is produced in Chicago from WBEZ and broadcast nationally through National Public Radio. Glass began his career at age 19 as an intern with NPR and decades later in 2009 received the Edward R. Murrow Award for Outstanding Contributions to Public Radio. (You can check out his stories here and you can check out This American Life’s Story Globe to hear unusual stories from around the world.)

Scott W. Smith

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