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The StoryCorps MobileBooth came to Alabama in November. On this edition of Alabama Life, we will replay four of those stories heard during the original broadcast on November 6, 2005.

StoryCorps is a national oral history project. The StoryCorps MobileBooth that?s been touring the country is now in Alabama. They?re parked in historic downtown Northport till November 21.

Their visit to Alabama is sponsored by Jim Walter Resources and Hampton Inns of Tuscaloosa.

On this edition of Alabama Life: StoryCorps interviews, Events Calendar and a story from the Storyteller Kathryn Tucker Windham.

Listen to Alabama Life from 11-27-2005

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On this week's show, two StoryCorps interviews: 1) Two friends who had to leave their homes in Louisiana because of Hurricane Katrina. 2) A daughter interviews her mother about moving from Nicaragua to the United States.

On this edition of Alabama Life: Two StoryCorps interviews, a preview of holiday events, and old sayings from Kathryn Tucker Windham.

Listen to Alabama Life from 11-20-2005

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Today on Alabama Life, we continue to bring you the interviews and stories told by Alabamians who have participated in the StoryCorps project.

Bass player Cleveland Eaton talks with his daughter, Tania Adams.

On this edition of Alabama Life, listen to a story from a veteran of WWII, hear the history of Discovering Alabama, and learn what it was like to work in the newspaper business before computers.

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StoryCorps is still in Alabama. On Veterans' Day they recorded several stories with veterans. On this edition of Alabama Life, we'll hear from one who was taken prisoner during World War II.

The StoryCorps MobileBooth is now in Alabama. They began recording stories this past Thursday and through the weekend, and on this edition of Alabama Life, we will play four of those stories.

Click the MP3 link above to listen to the entire show.

StoryCorps is a national oral history project. The StoryCorps MobileBooth that?s been touring the country is now in Alabama. They?re parked in historic downtown Northport till November 21.

We're talking about stories this week. The StoryCorps project is coming to Alabama in November. Zachary Barr is an advance coordinator for the project. He came by Alabama Public Radio to help us prepare for the StoryCorps Mobile Booth visit, and then he spent a little time in the production studio talking about the project and what it means to you. Storyteller Kathryn Tucker Windham has a few words about the importance of recording those family stories. Plus, we have a look at events from the APR Events Calendar.