Alison A speaking at AA International 2010 in San Antonio TX at the beginners group
Bonnie M from Roanoke VA. speaking at Ocean City MD at an unknown time or date.
Brian M from New York at telling his story at Kailua, HI conference in 1996. The shrug followed him, its quite a story.
Annie L of Tampa Young Peoples sober in 2006, speaking in 2008 at the Thurs Nite Speakers in Clearwater FL, this ends abruptly (someone ran out of recording space) but she was wrapping up.
Jennifer H: A very funny woman telling her story at an unknown time or place, sober since 12/92 she delivers a great message with lots of humor.
-- This is another of our earlier episodes originally posted on 4/22, this guy is one of my favorite speakers and will make you laugh. --
Leslie is a very funny guy that carries a great message about learning to live the steps. Is he gay or just european?
This is a repost of our first episode, we didnt have much if any audence back then and this speak is one well worth hearing, so I thought it was time to repost it.
Tim H speaking at a meeting in Boston & tells his story and I can only describe it as a harrowing one.
Bob D from Las Vegas speaking about Step 4 but more speficically about fear and sex at Woodstock of AA in Cocoa Beach FL. May 2010
John B sober since 1990 at the time of this speak at an unknown place in June of 2007
Lorraine K, sober 26 years at the time of this speak, speaking in Lynnwood WA at the Saturday Night Live Pine Lake Speaker Meeting on March 2017
I really enjoyed listening to her.
Minnie M. from Las Vegas, NV speaking at the Houston Conference for Young People in Alcoholics Anonymous in Houston, TX - 2008
Frank K speaking at Lake Yale Baptist Assembly Autumn Mtg. Sept. 1987
Sharon B. speaking about step 12 at an unknown event in Dec 2006
Jack B – telling his story a the Ontario Regional Conference - Toronto 1973. Its a great speak, he had a pretty amazing life and I love his accent I could listen to him for hours.
Bill W speaking on the history of the Big Book in 1953. This was a very poor recording to start with, it had a really nasty hum & I was able to get out most of the background noise. Bill's voice is much clearer (a bit sharp) however the filtering I had to do makes the laughter from the audience sound a bit strange but listenable.