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The Odyssey Storytelling Podcast

Jan 17, 2020

The January 2017 Labor show comes to an end (except for one story that didn't get recorded properly because it was Miles' first Odyssey show) with this short one from Vic Roych, who meditates on the social phenomenon of "two ships passing in the night." From Vic's Odyssey bio:

Vic Roych is an actor. A SAG-AFTRA member,...


Jan 10, 2020

The December 2015 Body show completes its podcast journey with this story from Georgette "George" Rosburg, which is funny, sad, and heartwarming by turns, as you might expect when both Alzheimer's and cup sizes are involved. From George's Odyssey bio:

Georgette “George” Rosberg is originally from a one stop-light...


Jan 3, 2020

Lori Riegal's story from the March 2016 Strange show was all about education -- both her own and her daughter's. In it, she discusses how she made the unlikely transition from depressed undergrad to award-winning graduate student, how she felt upon seeing her daughter begin the same journey, and the strange things they...


Dec 27, 2019

Mark your holiday calendars for this must-see show. We’ll be hearing from newcomers to the Odyssey stage and perennial favorites on wide-ranging and riveting stories. Mind-numbing cold and case of frostbite on the snowy slopes of Mt. Aconcagua. A fond remembrance of a snow-filled childhood. Changes in one man’s body...


Dec 20, 2019

We have officially bridged the distance between the beginning and the end of the February 2016 Bridges show, as this is our final story from that night's program. It features Dea Brasgalla, and carries the lasting image of her standing for the first time on the bridge her father built. From Dea's Odyssey bio:

Michigan...