60: Business of Death
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Act Three: Seance Fiction
In the 1920s, at the height of the Spiritualism movement, a friendship blossomed between two men with opposing views on the topic: Harry Houdini and Sir Arthur Conan Doyle.
Act One: Exit Strategy
Amy Bloom tells the story of her husband, Brian, getting Alzheimer's and wanting assisted suicide.
Act Three: One Last Thing After I Go
Producer Aviva DeKornfeld tells the story of Bill Edgar, who accidentally ended up helping people have a say at a moment when most people don’t get to say anything at all.
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Act Four: The Girl With the Golden Gloves
A story about someone with a complicated relationship with the sport she loves, from Meema Spadola.
Act Two: To Boldly Go Where No Woman Has Gone Before
Meema Spadola follows Maritza, a New Yorker who loves to box and has the skill to go pro, but who's not going pro.
Act One: Meema's Adventure
A family dreams of life in rural Maine, moves there, and then things get really complicated.