Tick tick tick… For this episode of Wordshop, we’re taking on TIME. What is this finicky thing that goes too fast, moves too slow, and organizes our life? Who knows. But these three stories grapple with it: a time to heal from sexual assault, trying to tell time through a broken watch, and the perfect timing that came from a tragic accident. Let’s take a minute and listen to TIME. This episode was hosted by Sabrina Russello and produced by Barton Girdwood. ASR reporters featured in this piece include Bailey Loosemore, Barton Girdwood, Sabrina Russello, and Sarah Neal-Estes.
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Segment A: “TIME to Heal” by Bailey Loosemore
Segment B: “Telling Time” by Barton Girdwood
Segment C: “Perfect Timing” by Sabrina Russello and Sarah Neal-Estes
For more information on sexual assault services:
Joanna Connors, a reporter with The Plain Dealer in Cleveland, wrote a series about her own journey from rape victim to survivor in a six-part series that you can find here. Bailey Loosemore read this series when preparing to write her own essay last fall.
Nicolas Jaar, ”Variations”
The xx, ”Intro”
Shabazz Palaces, ”Endeavors for Never (The Last Time We Spoke You Said You Were Not Here. I Saw You Though.)”
Cranston, ”Ticking Away”
Alastair Cameron, ”Gentle Marimba”
4mat, ”13-Moving Target (2009)”
Lullatone, ”Leaves Falling”
Harold Arlen and E.Y. Harburg, ”If I Only Had a Brain”