Spinning Stanford’s Stories

By Erika Alvero Koski
The Stanford Daily
April 4, 2012 “‘He didn’t care that despite the vast amount of evidence he compiled, people could not let go of their fixed world view. He kept going. He was, in a word, resilient.’ A calm, cool voice floats over the air, highly reminiscent of one car drivers might tune in to while trapped in an early morning traffic jam. In this case it is the voice of Jonah Willihnganz, director of the Stanford Storytelling Project, as he opens the project’s latest episode…”more


Once Upon a Time: Radio Revival

By Diane Rogers
Stanford Magazine
May/June 2008

“‘I speak. Pause. We go straight to six. There’s a little bridge. I pause it.’ That’s Bonnie Swift giving Micah Cratty a quick rundown of cues for the upcoming show. The two senior producers of the Stanford Storytelling Project are crammed into Studio A at KZSU, headphones on, as Cratty prepares to adjust the levels on the antiquated soundboard in front of him. It’s 5:45 on a Monday evening, with 15 minutes to go before their weekly radio program launches…”more