Wait a minute.' And when I found out it was a black hole I was like 'Yes! '" said Shoemaker, who fielded a slew of physics questions from students and others.
And we certainly brought those voices and sounds to our coverage.
Each conversation is recorded on a free CD to share, and is preserved at the Library of Congress. Visit our Reservations page to learn how you can become a part of Story Corps in Atlanta. Where can I find out more about Story Corps Atlanta? You can: On Sunday families across the country celebrated moms near and far, both present and those that have passed.
Story Corps is one of the largest oral history projects of its kind, and millions listen to our broadcasts on public radio and the web. Listen to more stories from Atlanta, and get news and updates about local Story Corps events and recordings here. In the Story Corps Atlanta booth, Bill Hagan talks with his middle son, Mark Hagen, about his late wife of 62 years, Mary Ellen Hagen.
We connected with many of our listeners, assisted a longtime pledge partner, and helped to give back to Atlanta in a unique way.
Last summer, PBA30 was awarded a grant to promote the PBS Kids lineup, and we had a blast getting out into the community and meeting our youngest viewers.