635 January 12, 2018 Chip in My Brain A boy who can’t dribble gets a coach, a new best friend, and something to believe in. DownloadAmazon iTunes Share a clip Transcript Owen Freeman Prologue Ira introduces David Kestenbaum's story with some thoughts about the challenges of parenting. (1 minute) Act One Believing ByDavid Kestenbaum A private basketball coach teaches a young student some things his parents don't agree with. David Kestenbaum has the story. (32 minutes) Act Two Unbelieving ByDavid Kestenbaum Cody's parents try to get him to unlearn some of what AJ taught him—and it's difficult. (23 minutes) Song:“Cult of Personality” by Living Colour Related If you enjoyed this episode, you may like these 193: Stories of Loss Sept. 14, 2001 Act One: The Disappearance Genevieve Jurgensen and her husband Laurent lost their two daughters—Elise and Mathilde—at the ages of 4 and 7. 25: Basketball June 7, 1996 Act Five: One More Dream A Bulls dream from Chicagoan Brett Grossman, and an acoustic guitar cover of Bulls theme music from Chicago musician Rick Karr. 281: My Big Break Jan. 21, 2005 Act Three: Oedipus Hex Shalom Auslander reads his true story, "The Blessing Bee." It's about the time when, as a third-grader at an Orthodox Jewish school, Shalom saw his chance to both make his mom proud, and push his drunken father out of the picture. Staff RecommendationsView all 241 July 11, 2003 20 Acts in 60 Minutes All kinds of little stories that we ordinarily can't use on the radio show because they are just too short. 429 Mar. 11, 2011 Will They Know Me Back Home? Stories of people who've grown so accustomed to wartime that the lives they've left behind no longer make sense.