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WireTap - A Face From The PastApr 18, 2014 | 25:28WireTap A Face From The Past Audio
WireTap A Face From The Past Apr 18, 2014 | 25:28When a man develops a serious case of the blues following a rough divorce, his mother sends over a fun-loving face from his past to help cheer him up. Because sometimes the best way to move forward is to look backwards, to childhood.
WireTap - Re:birthApr 11, 2014 | 26:47WireTap Re:birth Audio
WireTap Re:birth Apr 11, 2014 | 26:47A young woman is mistaken for a resurrected ancestor by a remote tribe in Papua New Guinea. A man is reborn into a new life after being lost at sea for two and a half months. And the story of a caveman who doesn't yet know where babies come from.
WireTap - Spring FeverApr 4, 2014 | 26:13WireTap Spring Fever Audio
WireTap Spring Fever Apr 4, 2014 | 26:13Jonathan gears up for spring by shedding his parka for some more vibrant attire. Plus, Jay Allison on ending his hibernation from the dating world, and a man falls for a woman on a silent meditation retreat without exchanging a word.
WireTap - The Future Is UnwrittenMar 28, 2014 | 26:30WireTap The Future Is Unwritten Audio
WireTap The Future Is Unwritten Mar 28, 2014 | 26:30A little girl named Destiny ponders whether there is such a thing as destiny or whether we make our own fate. Plus, a man who knows exactly how he is going to die, and a woman who comes face to face with a choice that will determine her own fate.
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WireTap How can I hear more WireTap episodes online? Feb 11, 2011 | 0:26Jonathan explains how you can get all WireTap shows for free, just by subscribing to the podcast. You can also come to the website each week for the latest free on-demand episodes. Episodes more than two weeks old move to iTunes for purchase.

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