Checking in with the iPod Nano Winners

We checked in with our iPod winners from the NOVA Open Call: Life Stories, to see how they are enjoying their prizes.

Joanie Tobin submitted It’s All About Apples: The story of an orchard owner that deals with much more than one apple a day. Coleman’s age and health, along with the increasing cost of production, make him think about finally slowing down – one of these days.
Watch this Life Story >>

Chelsea Spear submitted Lock and Key: asking the question – Why keep a journal? Three women — poet/bookmaker Sarah Westbrook Binns, playwright/therapist Kelly Dumar, and “Burlesque Poetess” Jojo Lazar — talk about their diurnal diary habits.
Watch this Life Story >>

Linda Flanders submitted NOVA: Becoming A True Human Being: The study of International Feldenkrais trainer Russell Delman, explaining how the work of Dr. Moshe Feldenkrais is the fastest way to alter compulsive patterns of behavior: Actions, emotions and thinking.
Watch this Life Story >>

Let’s give a round of applause to all three winners – we are so grateful for their excellent Life Story submissions.

Reminder: This Open Call isn’t over. We’re still selecting 4 submissions for broadcast. Please continue to vote and leave comments for your favorites – you could help them secure licensing for broadcast.

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One Response to Checking in with the iPod Nano Winners

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