Season One Finale- Episode 122
Snap Judgment proudly ends Season One with a look back on the stories that got us here and the people who made it happen.
Inside Chandra Sivakumar laughs an old storyteller’s soul. Chandra has created some of the most memorable Snap Judgment stories, including “Chandra and the KKK.” We plan to keep squeezing him for tales, especially since Chandra’s last story had folk turning on their nightlights and reaching for the holy water. From our “Spooked” episode, Chandra recalled a scary bit of forgotten lore. Produced by Stephanie Foo and Glynn Washington
Joshua Walters is a modern day “Renaissance man.” Poet, beatboxer, musician, comic, teacher, mental health educator - Joshua routinely combines his varied talents into a single performance. As part of Snap Judgment: LIVE!, Joshua rocked it like nobody else could and created an instant Snap Judgment Classic. Produced by Mark Ristich
Snap Judgment's Stephanie Foo is a bloodhound for amazing stories. "100% Girl" proved one of her best discoveries of the year. Go ahead and give a listen (but keep that box of tissues handy.)
The big, bad, world of network television let Snap Judgment borrow Rebecca for a short time, and she quickly proved one of the best producers in radio. Rebecca digs deep, creating pieces that go straight to the heart. But her sense of humor always lurks right around the corner. In "The Vagina Report" Rebecca recalls how she made it to college, the hard way.
We dug it so much, we turned it into an animated film! See "The Vagina Report," animated by Snap Judgment's own Joe Golling.
"Uber" Producer Mark Ristich is the person most responsible for the soundtrack behind every Snap Judgment episode. But Mark is a storyteller in his own right. In fact, Mark routinely places himself in grave danger just so that he can share the outlandish tale.
Listen to Mark's "The Ghost Train", but please, please, PLEASE do not try this at home.
We were so appalled that we turned it into a short film! Watch "The Ghost Train" right here . . .
Every new production needs a grizzled veteran. Thankfully, Snap Judgment had the "The God of War and Radio", Roman Mars. Roman is a storyteller's storyteller, and will be deeply missed as he conquers new challenges.
Roman's genius at relating emotional content fueled one amazing story after the other. Listen as Roman ROCKS an instant Snap classic, "Game Over."
People tell Rita Daniels strange things. It's as if folk feel intuitively drawn to unburden themselves on a kindly, understanding soul. (We're super glad that kindly soul carries a microphone.) Rita crafted some of the most powerful Snap stories of the year, but her best gift may be the ability to truly LISTEN.
Listen with Rita, as one man explains his encounter with "Hanuman".