Snap Judgment

Sundays at 3pm, Wednesdays at 1pm

Host Glynn Washington, one of the winners of the Public Radio Talent Quest, explores decisions that define lives, taking listeners on an addictive narrative that walks a mile in someone else's shoes.

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8:03pm

Fri March 9, 2012
SNAP JUDGMENT

Snap Judgment: Plasticity

It's an amazing world.  It used to be that whatever life served you that's what you got.  You didn't like your nose, skin, class or gender?  Too damn bad.   But times have changed and nothing is fixed.  If you don't like what you see in the mirror, start anew.  But are there limits?  Are there boundaries, internal or external?  How much can you really change and how much can you demand the universe change for you? 

Stories of our plastic selves on this week's Snap Judgment, Sunday at 3pm and Wednesday at 1pm.

Podcasts

  • Thursday, December 18, 2014 10:23pm

    On the next all-NEW Snap ..."High And Mighty." Power is a funny thing. If people have it, they think they control you. But what if you decide they don't have it anymore? Snap Judgment. Storytelling with a beat from PRX and NPR.

  • Friday, December 12, 2014 1:33am

    It's an all-NEW Snap... When they think they're all alone, and no one is watching, that's when they are their true selves. From PRX and NPR, we proudly present "Behind The Curtain." Snap Judgment, storytelling with a BEAT.

  • Friday, December 5, 2014 1:33am

    On the next Snap... "Identity Crisis."  When you go to find yourself, to discover who you are, what if the person you uncover is not who you thought you were?  Storytelling with a beat... from PRX and NPR.

  • Friday, November 28, 2014 1:13am

    This year on the 2014 Thanksgiving Special Snap presents you a platter full of stories of "Gratitude." Gobble 'em up, and thanks for listening.

  • Friday, November 21, 2014 12:04am

    On an all-new Snap, we take the scenic route. From PRX and NPR, we proudly present "Detour." Amazing stories from people steered off course.