Inspiration for this week's show came from the Neo-Futurists, whose long-running Chicago show promises 30 plays in 60 minutes every single weekend.
Susan Drury talks about "Swap and Shop," a local radio classifieds show that has become a low-tech, personable sort of Ebay.
From Patty Martin: a one minute, four second vacation on Nantucket Island, involving a lot of waving.
Two brothers, ages 12 and 13, have very different ideas for their dog's name.
Elaine Boehm overhears a couple in her pet shop, trying to choose a dog collar.
Brent Runyon reports from the kids' section at the public library.
Catherine and John, two college undergrads, do a babysitting gig together. After the kids are asleep and the two of them get hungry, John doesn't think they should eat any of the food in the house; they settle on a compromise.
Mystery and missing flavor at the hot dog plant.
Someone sits next to the printer. You see him forty times a day. What's his name? What does he do?
Richard Kerry has an impressive ability: he can recreate the sound of a whole swamp.
Teenage girls from a detention center perform a song for their parents.