Full episode 592: Are We There Yet? Act One Field of Interrupted Dreams Share a clip ByMiki Meek One good place to see how this ad hoc response is working is at an abandoned baseball stadium in Athens. About a thousand Afghans are now living here. (11 1/2 minutes) More in AfghanistanView all 572: Transformers Nov. 6, 2015 Act Two: Streetwise Most big grand transformations we go through really come down to a hundred little things that we change about ourselves. 484: Doppelgängers Jan. 11, 2013 Act Two: In Country, In City For decades, the writer Alex Kotlowitz has been writing about the inner cities and the toll of violence on young people. 445: Ten Years In Sept. 9, 2011 Act Three: Put on a Happy Face In 2008, reporter Chris Neary told the story of John, a soldier who returned from tours of Iraq and Afghanistan with severe PTSD, and ended up attacking his fiancee and her mother. More by Miki MeekView all 670: Beware the Jabberwock Mar. 15, 2019 Act One: Down the Rabbit Hole Producer Miki Meek picks up the story of Lenny Pozner, whose son, Noah, was killed at Sandy Hook. 665: Before Things Went to Hell Jan. 11, 2019 Act One: Where Have You Gone, Barbara Jordan? Our Nation Turns Its Lonely Eyes to You Back in the 1990s, a bipartisan team led by the charismatic Barbara Jordan came up with a solution to the immigration debate that would have fixed a lot the things we’re arguing about today. 659: Before the Next One Oct. 12, 2018 Act Two: Keep Breathing Since losing their daughter in the Aurora, Colorado shooting, Sandy and Lonnie Phillips have gone to the locations of many mass shootings.