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Podcast and radio great Ira Glass comes to town for an evening of storytelling and discussion. This show blends together audio, music and video clips, as Glass guides the audience through his creative process and talks about the lessons he has learned during his illustrious career.
Ira Glass began his career in radio aged just 19 as an intern for NPR. This American Life came onto air in 1995, and has run ever since, with Glass at the helm as the show's host and executive producer. Aired weekly, this award-winning show covers a different theme each week, though the stories and accounts it tells are usually of a personal nature and about the 'everyday American.'
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