Jan 11, 2002
All the stories in this week's show center on personal recordings that one person made for just one other person.
- We hear a tape that a man named David Cossin made for a woman in Italy, who he'd met during a week he spent there. In the tape, he tries to convince her to visit him in New York. Host Ira Glass explains that hearing this tape—made by one person, for one other—is different than other things you hear on the radio. There's something unusually emotional and direct about it. Most radio stories are for an audience of many. This week, an audience of many listens in on tapes intended for an audience of one. (2 minutes)