778 August 26, 2022 Me Minus Me When a fundamental part of yourself changes dramatically, are you still who you thought you were? Download Control-click (or right-click) Tap and hold to download Subscribe on Spotify Subscribe in Apple Podcasts Transcript Gandee Vasan / Getty Images Note: The internet version of this episode contains un-beeped curse words. BEEPED VERSION. Prologue Prologue Guest host Bim Adewunmi talks to Mona Chalabi about why she sometimes feels like an imposter in her own home. (9 minutes) ByBim Adewunmi Act One Voice Over Sandy Allen tells the story of learning to play an instrument that suddenly sounds very different — his own voice. (19 minutes) ByBim Adewunmi Act Two Me Minus You Writer Marie Phillips has a short story about a strange man in a parking lot, offering to grant one wish. (11 minutes) ByMarie Phillips Act Three One Pill Made Me Small When Karla Cornejo Villavicencio decided to make a change that had the potential to alter who she’s known herself to be for many years, she didn’t know who would emerge. (17 minutes) ByKarla Cornejo Villavicencio Song:“I Know I’ve Been Changed” by LaShun Pace Related If you enjoyed this episode, you may like these 805: The Florida Experiment July 14, 2023 Act Three: Goodbye Sunshine (podcast only) Among the legislation introduced by DeSantis that has passed is a ban on minors receiving transition care. 54: Sinatra Feb. 21, 1997 Act One: The Death Of Frank Sinatra Michael Ventura, who grew up Sicilian in New York, says that as a kid he thought Sinatra was in his family. 328: What I Learned from Television Mar. 16, 2007 Act Three: Radio On The Tv Ira says a few words about what he learned from working on a television show himself and about what it's like to hear your name mentioned casually by a fictional character on a prime time drama. Staff RecommendationsView all 513 Dec. 13, 2013 129 Cars One car dealership tries to make its monthly quota: 129 cars. It is way more chaotic than we expected. 354 Apr. 18, 2008 Mistakes Were Made Freezing dead people so scientists can reanimate them in the future is a lot harder than it sounds.