Radio Camp for Grown-Ups

Saturdays at 8:35 am

Being a grown-up is rough. Keeping up with bills, a job, family responsibilities, and everything that comes with adulting can sometimes be overwhelming. So why not escape? Why not forget about being a grown-up for a few hours per week? That’s what Radio Camp for Grown-Ups is all about.

Every week participants learn something new about the world of audio storytelling and narrative journalism. They have the opportunity to hear from industry experts about their work and how they produced some of their favorite stories. Not to mention, they get to meet a cool group of like-minded people and collaborate in a project that might air on 88.5 WFDD. Below, you’ll find some of those stories.

If you’re interested in being part of Radio Camp for Grown-Ups, bookmark this page! You’ll find all the latest updates here.

 

Episodes

  • Salem Neff
    8:30am Feb 20, 2021
    Human Interest Human Interest

    Nature As A Teacher

    A silver lining of the COVID-19 pandemic: children being able to spend more time outside enjoying nature and just... well, being kids.

  • Margaret Sizemore
    8:35am Feb 13, 2021
    Human Interest Human Interest

    An American Dream

    In 1931 the historian James Truslow Adams defined "The American Dream" for the first time as "That dream of a land in which life should be better and richer and fuller for every m

  • Cheraton Love
    8:30am Feb 06, 2021
    Human Interest Human Interest

    Learning To Be A Parent

    A Google search of “how to be a good parent” gives you around 662 million results. And yet, the best answer to that question continues to be: actually having a child.

  • 7:00am Nov 13, 2020
    Human Interest Human Interest

    "She Was Wearing A Peach Dress..."

    As a participant of Radio Camp for Grown-ups 2020, Yvonne Truhon interviewed her father in-law about his life.

Blog

  • 9:51am Feb 01, 2021
    Education Education

    Radio Camp For Grown-Ups Is Coming Back!

    Listen to your radio enough and you’ll start to notice “patterns” in your favorite shows. Even when there is just one topic dominating all of our conversations (I’m talking to you Mrs.