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 702: One Last Thing Before I Go Apr. 24, 2020 Act One: Really Long Distance Producer Miki Meek tells the story of a phone booth in Japan that attracts thousands of people who lost loved ones in the 2011 tsunami and earthquake. 701: Black Box Apr. 17, 2020 Act Two: State of Emergency Producer Miki Meek talks to two emergency medical service workers in New York about the sheer number of 911 calls they are responding to, and how they are coping under the stress of being on constant high alert. 692: The Show of Delights Jan. 31, 2020 Act Three: Mrs. Meek Shall Inherit The Earth Producer Miki Meek speaks to Noriko Meek, her 72-year-old mother, about discovering delight late in life.