Barry Gordemer

Barry Gordemer appears in the following:

Wouldn't it be great if pets could talk? This might be the next best thing

Thursday, September 14, 2023

A voiceover artist adds hilarious voices to pet videos submitted by his fans on social media.


Helping the dogs of Chernobyl

Friday, July 28, 2023

An animal welfare worker in New York City tells StoryCorp about his experience providing aid for dogs in Chernobyl more than 30 years after the nuclear disaster there.


A family built on the dance floor: Reflections from a father and daughter

Friday, July 21, 2023

A father and daughter tell StoryCorp about their love for contra dancing. It's a folk dance similar to square dancing.


'All Wigged Out' is about fighting cancer with humor and humanity

Monday, May 29, 2023

The movie follows partners in music and life as they battle through breast cancer — while holding onto their sense of the comically absurd


Fake drinks that don't taste fake: The rise of the mocktail

Thursday, April 20, 2023

A growing number of people are saying "bottoms up" to alcohol-free cocktails


A music director goes public with a secret stash of private instruments

Friday, April 14, 2023

National Symphony Orchestra Music Director Gianandrea Noseda is reshaping the ensemble's sound with the help of 17th and 18th century instruments he purchased secretly.


Lasse Wellander, longtime ABBA guitarist, has died at 70

Tuesday, April 11, 2023

Lasse Wellander, lead guitarist for the band ABBA, died Friday at the age of 70.


From Daft Punk to ballet: Thomas Bangalter makes full swing to classical

Friday, April 07, 2023

Thomas Bangalter, formerly of French electronic music duo Daft Punk, has released a classical music album: the score to a ballet titled Mythologies that draws on American minimalism and Baroque works.


David Sedaris reads from 'Santaland Diaries,' a Christmastime classic

Friday, December 23, 2022

Sedaris' darkly funny account of his stint as a Macy's department store Christmas elf named Crumpet has been a hallmark of the Morning Edition airwaves for 30 holiday seasons.


Two parents remember their 6-year-old daughter, who died at Sandy Hook

Friday, December 09, 2022

StoryCorps: The parents of a 6-year-old killed in the shootings at Sandy Hook Elementary talk about their daughter.


Love chili but trying to eat less meat? 'Morning Edition' tests a plant-based version

Thursday, December 01, 2022

Jack Bishop of the PBS television show America's Test Kitchen walked Morning Edition host A Martínez through a recipe from the kitchen's new vegan cookbook. Texans beware: This chili features beans.


'The Disney Revolt' details animators' 1941 strike against Disney

Tuesday, July 19, 2022

A new book by Jake Friedman documents a bitter strike in 1941 by Disney animators who wanted to unionize. The book is titled, The Disney Revolt: The Great Labor War of Animation's Golden Age.


On this July 4th, what does equality mean?

Monday, July 04, 2022

Two Pulitzer Prize-winning historians discuss the history of the Declaration of Independence and the founding principle, "All men are created equal."


A Ukrainian family finds solace in America but cannot escape heartbreak

Tuesday, April 19, 2022

When Russia invaded Ukraine, Eka Koliubaieva and her two daughters fled to the U.S., where a Virginia couple took them in after learning about the family's plight from a Facebook post.


'Tis the season. David Sedaris reads 'Santaland Diaries'

Thursday, December 23, 2021

It may not be your typical feel-good holiday classic, but it's an NPR tradition: On Morning Edition, the humorist again tells fantastical stories based on his real-life job as a Macy's Christmas elf.


Here's an America's Test Kitchen recipe for keeping Thanksgiving (cranberry) saucy

Thursday, November 25, 2021

For Thanksgiving, consider an orange cranberry sauce. It's a tangy, bright dish that will cut the richness of some of the staples like mashed potatoes and gravy.


Rising sea levels threaten the lives and livelihood of those on a fragile U.S. coast

Sunday, November 07, 2021

Climate change's impact on a South Carolina community can be told through the stories of a dying forest, a fisherman with no bait and a queen fighting to protect a way of life on ancestral land.


'All in the Family' is 50 years old. A new book looks at how it changed TV

Tuesday, November 02, 2021

All in the Family creator Norman Lear, along with writer Jim Colucci, talked with NPR about Carroll O'Connor, Jean Stapleton and their roles on the groundbreaking TV show.


On Debut Album, Mickey Guyton Remembers Her Name

Friday, September 24, 2021

Over the last decade, singer-songwriter Mickey Guyton has been trying to convince the country music industry that she is country. NPR's Noel King talks her about the highs and lows she's experienced.


A 10-Foot Wide House In Boston Sells For $1.25 Million

Tuesday, September 21, 2021

It's been called the "Skinny House" or the "Spite House." The legend is that two brothers shared land but one built on more than his share, so the other built a skinny house to block access and views.