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Fri October 25, 2013
The Curious Listener: The StoryCorps Edition
As StoryCorps celebrates its 10th anniversary this week, we're joining listeners across the nation to toast their achievement and remember our favorite stories (so far!).
Every week on Morning Edition, you hear remarkable and heartfelt perspectives – from listeners like you. Have you or someone you know listened and been inspired to share your own stories? Check out this exchange with our Curious Listener for ways you can.
We have made an audio recording of my father's story that I would like to submit to StoryCorp. I would like directions on how to send this in, and where to send it, etc. Will you send me a link or instructions on what can be submitted and how to do so? It's a wonderful story.
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