Full episode 263: Desperate Measures Act Four The Rocks At Rock Bottom Share a clip ByHillary Frank Hillary Frank speaks with a man who figured out how to get over heartbreak, using only your throwing arm. She's the author of Better Than Running at Night and I Can't Tell You. (9 minutes) More in DeathView all 689: Digging Up the Bones Dec. 6, 2019 Act One: Family Plot Producer Lina Misitzis travels to Greece with her family to exhume the bones of her dead grandmother. (20 minutes) 673: Left Behind Apr. 19, 2019 Act Three: The Book of Death Is Long and Boring Where do we go when we die? Producer David Kestenbaum learns that the answer's pretty bureaucratic. 646: The Secret of My Death May 18, 2018 Act Two: Commento Mori There’s a problem with having a Facebook account after you’re dead that you’ve never, ever, ever thought about. More by Hillary FrankView all 583: It’ll Make Sense When You’re Older Mar. 25, 2016 Act One: Adolescence Reporter Hillary Frank finds out there is this tradition going on in her town, where big kids take over younger kids’ parties—and she investigates how one kid goes from freaked out to an instigator. 549: Amateur Hour Feb. 27, 2015 Act Two: What to Expect When You're Expecting a Robot Some schools make kids take care of eggs in order to teach them about the responsibilities of rearing a child. 351: Return to Childhood Mar. 7, 2008 Act Four: When We Were Angels The most innocent possible student uprising imaginable...documented by an actual student, Hillary Frank, using the crude tools of a telephone answering machine and a shiny red boom box.