#11 : January 24, 1996
A story of a friendship between two adolescent boys that was destroyed through the manipulative acts of one of them.
#10 : January 17, 1996
People living their lives, just like the rest of us. Plus an extra life.
#9 : January 10, 1996
When comedienne Julia Sweeney and her brother both got cancer, she decided to tell the story the best way she knew how: in a comedy club. It might seem like a strange choice, but what resulted is halfway between standup comedy and true-life diary entries.
#8 : January 3, 1996
Stories that reflect back on 1995.
#7 : December 29, 1995
Stories of people who quit everything in their lives that they hated—and what happened to them afterwards.
#6 : December 22, 1995
#5 : December 15, 1995
Stories that reveal the societal "trend" toward anger and away from genuine forgiveness.
#4 : December 8, 1995
Stories about vacations gone awry—or perhaps vacations that never should have happened.
#3 : December 1, 1995
Stories decrying the wonders of turkeys, chickens, and other fowl.
#2 : November 24, 1995
Small-scale stories on the nature of small-scale sin.
#1 : November 17, 1995
Our program's very first broadcast.