RISK! Podcast
  • Episode:#726
  • Date:April 11, 2016
  • Run Time:58:45
  • Download: MP3

Distortions

Aaron Brooks, Brooke Lancaster and Andrew Aghapour see through a glass, darkly.

Song: RISK! Theme by Wormburner and John Sondericker

Song: Sunfish by Kid Stone

Live Story: Gone Girl by Aaron Brooks

Interstitial: Dead Letter Love featuring Amy Salloway

Live Story: Newton’s Law by Brooke Lancaster

Song: Bohemian Like You by The Dandy Warhols

Live Story: My First First Memory by Andrew Aghapour

Song: Harold T. Wilkins, or How to Wait for a Very Long Time by Fanfarlo

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3 Comments

  1. Listening to the show this week I saw a lot of parallels with Brook Lancaster’s story. My mother actually dated a con man in Memphis, TN who was from New Orleans and used to weld – my mother met him playing cards in Memphis around 2008. He was relocated to Memphis after Katrina and along a similar story line he randomly needed to move in within a month of living together. He then stole money from the job he was working and after a confrontation with my brother he disappeared off the face of the earth – assuming back to New Orleans. I can’t help but think my Ron might be her Newton, I really want to connect with her to see if I could connect these dots.

  2. WOW! Let’s connect for sure — I’d love to see if Ron and Newton are one and the same.

  3. Loved this episode!
    I came here looking for the song playing under “dead letter love” without any luck. I don’t even know if I will get an answer at this page, but I will try anyways because the song was magical.

    Kind regards from a regular listener in Norway!

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