In the 1960s, Betty Swims was a young widow with four children to support. It wasn’t easy, and she didn’t always know where or how she’d get the money. She tells her son Roger about it.
Georgia-based Brits Adrian and Rosemary Woolfitt discuss his childhood in Brighton, East Sussex, England.
Maddy Frey of Atlanta and Tom Tjomstol of Woodstock, Georgia are strangers with different political views who came together to record a conversation.
Sydia and Danny Bell remember the day an ordinary dad became a superhero.
For over 50 years, native Atlantan Herman J. Russell made it his business to build a Black owned business empire. In this conversation, fellow entrepreneur Kiplyn Primus asks Russell's son Michael about his not-so-ordinary family.
37 years ago this week, NASA’s Space Shuttle Challenger exploded shortly after takeoff. The disaster occurred when an O-ring seal failed to function properly. In this conversation, Barbara Ann Creamer talks with her grandfather, Pat Patterson, about his work on the space shuttle.