Videos from StoryCorps
Mi Abuela Panchita
Bishop Ramirez remembers his grandmother, who grows up in Texas on a ranch.
Marking the Distance
A woman loses her short-term memory after surgery to remove a tumor, but her boyfriend is there to help.
Just Like Yesterday
An immigrant for the Dominican Republic gets a job at a hotel and falls in love with a co-worker.
John and Joe
A retired firefighter reflects on losing his two sons on 9/11.
A liberal writer and her conservative construction worker father talk about their political differences.
Danny & Annie
Danny and Annie recount their romance and time together, from their first date to Danny’s final days with terminal cancer.
She Was The One
A man remembers lovingly remembers his inspiring wife, who was killed on September 11, 2001.
The Temple of Knowledge
A boy develops a love of books due to his father's job as a custodian at the New York Public Library.
The Saint of Dry Creek
A young gay teenager gets good advice from his dairy farmer father.
A 12-year old with Asperger's syndrome interviews his mother.
StoryCorps is built on an uncompromising commitment to excellence throughout the organization that includes an intense focus on the collecting, sharing, and preserving of people’s stories; high-quality organizational management; and the care and support of an extraordinary work environment where respect and dignity are paramount.
StoryCorps gives people of all backgrounds, typically two at a time, the opportunity to record meaningful conversations and archives the recordings at the Library of Congress. Recording a StoryCorps interview couldn’t be easier: You invite a loved one, or anyone else you choose, to one of the StoryCorps recording sites to share a 40-minute conversation. Not able to get to a recording site? Use the StoryCorps App and make a plan to record anywhere.
StoryCorps’ archive comprises one of the first and largest born-digital collections of human voices, featuring tens of thousand of facilitated and recorded interviews from all 50 states and Puerto Rico.