RISK! Podcast
  • Episode:#934
  • Date:June 04, 2018
  • Run Time:1:08:32
  • Download: MP3

Live From St. Louis 2!

Rafe Williams, David Wraith, and Amy Brooks share stories about bullies, male sex workers and losing a father at an early age.

Song: RISK! Theme by Wormburner and John Sondericker

Song: Monostéréologie by Minigroove Orchestra

Live Story: The A-Team by Rafe Williams

Interstitial: Speak ‘N Hell by Jeff Barr (Ft. A.S.M.O.)

Live Story: Out of Control by David Wraith

Song: Sit Next to Me by Foster the People

Live Story: Sundays with Zola by Amy Brooks

Song: Chinese Translation by M. Ward

 

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3 Comments

  1. Loved all the stories on this weeks episode. I really, really liked listening to Amy. She sounds like she would be a good friend. I can relate with a lot of what she said-especially in relation to food and body image. Anway, when I hear a great story I always shout out, because it touched me- and I believe that’s the point of telling a great story. Thanks Amy!

  2. Kate,
    Thanks for the feedback. I really appreciate it.

  3. I share Kate’s sentiments.
    Amy that was an incredible story and I 100% relate with you and your food and self image struggles.
    I don’t often comment on the stories but I really felt compelled to do so. Thank you for sharing that part of your life with us. And thank you for your incredible sense of humor 🙂 I’m sure my cubicle neighbors were wondering what I was giggling about over here 😀

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