Morning Stories

A production of  
  

Now, Show Me the Opposite

Ilona Kuphal, the daughter of a Nazi, can't - and won't - forget all the voices inside her.
Also, a conversation with playwright Jon Lipsky, a Jew, who many years after WWII, visited Dachau with Ilona.

Thanks to Magnatune recording artists Antonio Meneses for the use of "Suite 2 BWV 1008 prelude" and Elizabeth Wolff for "Sergei Rachmaninoff - 6 Moments Musicaux Op. 6 - Andantino" in the production of this week's podcast. These were sampled under an Attribution 2.5 Creative Commons license.

Support for WGBH is provided by:
Become a WGBH sponsor

ABOUT MORNING STORIES

Morning Stories logo

Unforgettable stories from everyday people, produced and directed by Tony Kahn.

Got a story of your own?  Email Tony 

 

Tony Kahn, host of Morning Stories

If you love Morning Stories, come to tonykahn.com for new stories and continuing conversation with listeners world-wide.

 

myWGBH

Forgot your my WGBH Password?

Not a problem. Just enter the username you used to register below.


Or CREATE A NEW ACCOUNT

Forgot your my WGBH Password?

Instructions on how to reset your Password have been sent.
Check your email to continue.

Or CREATE A NEW ACCOUNT

Forgot your my WGBH Username?

Not a problem. Just enter the email address you used to register below.


Or CREATE A NEW ACCOUNT

Forgot your my WGBH Username?

Instructions on how to reset your Username have been sent.
Check your email to continue.

Or CREATE A NEW ACCOUNT

Register for myWGBH