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The Stories: Our archive of past stories is below all this writing.

The Storyboard: The people who help make the show happen is at the link

The Idea Behind the Show Is Right Here: 

San Antonio is a city of stories.

Texas Public Radio launched Worth Repeating to find and share these stories. In 2018, San Antonio will celebrate its 300th anniversary and unlike its contemporaries Chicago, New Orleans, Boston, and New York, this city's stories are largely unknown. TPR wants to help change that by getting its residents to tell their stories and recognize how important they are even if they don't read like a movie script.

During our season once a month, 7 storytellers will have 7 minutes to tell a true story from their life around a common theme.

Think This American Life or The Moth, but sourced from your friends and neighbors. Public Radio tries daily to educate San Antonio about the world, now we want San Antonio to tell us about itself and its people. 

To submit your story, or to rat out a friend you think would be great click here and send us an email.

UPCOMING THEMES!!!

  • 09.05.17 | After All This Time: Stories of looking back, monumental endeavors, and lost loves
  • 10.10.17 | Because How I Am: Stories of where we came from, identity and more. [This is a special show that will take place at The San Antonio Museum of Art as part of their Exhibit "The Latino List"
  • 11.7.17 | Secrets & Rumors: Stories of...You Guessed it, Both Secrets and Rumors
  • 12.12.17 | Obsessions

Listen Back To Season One:

 Season Two:

The Stories.

This season is sponsored by niche

Elena Souris

Fiesta is about eating and drinking, as much as it is about the pageantry and floats. No other fiesta event fully embraces this side of Fiesta better than Oyster bake. Our next storyteller--Rene De Los Santos –brings us to San Antonio’s Westside and tells us how the event may not be the best venue for a band that VH1 said had one of the best songs of the 90s. 

Elena Souris

For a time Rob Wicall was an icon of San Antonio as important as the Alamo but far more smelly. Tonight he shares with us the story of how that honor can sometimes be a real challenge. 

Elena Souris

Suhail Arastu is director of development for San Antonio's Musical Bridges Around The World. He is no stranger to the stage, nor to helping put on a great party. In this story he takes into a glamorous world of flamenco dancers, southern plantations and high society.  

Elena Souris

San Antonio native, John Watts Nieto remembers coming to Fiesta as a child. It was nice, but nothing he got too worked up over. It took a 10 year absence from the city for him to come back and fall in love with the days-long party. It also took finding his people who--it turned out--were the hat people.

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