Also in the StoryCorps series
StoryCorps: Dennis and Barbara Hale
Dennis Hale tells his wife, Barbara, about being the sole survivor of the Daniel J. Morrell shipwreck on Lake Huron in 1966.
StoryCorps: Rogelio Martinez and Lisa Moya King
Rogelio Martinez talks to his former dance teacher, Lisa Moya King, about how she helped him through abuse at home.
StoryCorps: Glenda and Larry Rike
Glenda Rike tells her son, Larry, how his father, Aubrey Rike, came to be one of the few present when President John F. Kennedy received his last rites on November 22, 1963.
StoryCorps: Paquita Williams and Laura Lane
New York City Subway Conductor Paquita Williams talks to one of her passengers, Laura Lane, about her job.
StoryCorps MVI: Anthony and Jessica Villarreal
Retired Marine Corporal Anthony Villarreal talks with his wife, Jessica, about being severely injured during an IED attack while deployed to Afghanistan in 2008.
StoryCorps: Two Sisters
Two teenage sisters, whose names are withheld to respect their privacy, remember confiding in each other about being sexually abused by their uncle. They recorded this ...
StoryCorps: Rami Aizic and Robin Share
Rami Aizic talks to Robin Share about how they met and decided to start a family.
StoryCorps 10th Anniversary: Annie Perasa
Danny and Annie Perasa first came to StoryCorps in 2004 to share their love story. Two years later, Danny was diagnosed with terminal cancer. A week before he died, Danny and ...
Matt Barinholtz interviews his wife, Robyn Einhorn, at the StoryCorps mobile recording booth in Washington, D.C. In this clip, Robyn discusses their relationship and her battle with a fatal blood disease.
NPR's Morning Edition 7/22/05
Intro and OutroINTRO:
On Fridays we present moments from StoryCorps. StoryCorps is the oral history project that lets you conduct an interview with a loved one or a friend in a sound proof recording booth. You leave with a CD of your conversation. Another copy goes to the Library of Congress. Two StoryCorps booths are based in New York. Two mobile studios are collecting interviews across the country. The best are played on Morning Edition.
Matt Barinholtz and his wife Robyn Einhorn came to a StoryCorps booth in New York. A few days earlier Robyn earned a Masters Degree in Decorative Arts. She studied for five years and through that time she battled a fatal blood disease.OUTRO:
Robyn Einhorn and her husband Matt Barinholtz. To see their picture and to find out how you can participate in StoryCorps visit NPR dot org.