RGH reads RGH is a podcast featuring Robert Gerard Hunt reading original true stories, made-up stories, and more.
Digging up the 1973 horror/comedy Arnold.
Rediscovering the heart of a taciturn grandfather.
The metric system was supposed to be fully implemented in the United States by now. What happened?
On Safari in Ohio.
Be careful what you promise your children. (A TRUE STORY)
The playset conundrum: Mego Star Trek or Mego Planet of the Apes?
A rookie nurse encounters a mysterious old man.
RGH’s great aunt was very unsophisticated – and very happy.
Two creative souls perpetually out of sync.
Sometimes our senses of sight and taste don’t see eye-to-eye.
RGH attempts to purge his speech of cringe-worthy dialect.
RGH reveals how to derive maximum enjoyment from watching television.
Might It’s a Wonderful Life be the best movie ever made? RGH thinks so.
For RGH, the lunch break was just as trying as the rest of the school day.
Intimidation, mind games, and cut-throat Intellivision competition.
Freedom on a recumbent three-wheeler.
The inevitable nadir of our nation’s biggest shopping day.
That sinking feeling when you know you’re about to die.
A humbling reckoning on the Outer Banks.
Trawling for candy one last time.
A transformative experience with the art of James Turrell.
Did RGH really take a dive during the school spelling bee?
It takes a prison to make RGH play softball.
Cardboard box + darts =fun
Sometimes it just makes sense to bleed in the living room.
They wrote songs together. They laughed a lot. Their friendship was doomed from the start.
What was it like to live in Ohio Stadium? RGH tells all.
RGH’s bold and brilliant illicit plan goes awry.
Can toddlers invent profanity?
Prestidigitation, the introverted boy’s rite of passage.
Film school photography, good and bad.
A bit of father-and-son heaven at the end of our street.
Staring down the tyranny of audience participation.
Heaven was a quarter in the age of the five-ball pinball machine.
A new house and an incorrigible puppy. Two things that should never be acquired in quick succession.
From instant fame to humiliating failure, all in one month.
What do Bugs Bunny, taking a bath, and a precocious vocabulary have in common?
What counted as delinquency for those under the cassock and surplice.
The Hardee Boys investigate apocalyptic prophecy.
Crude. Irreverent. Sexist. Riding on his trash truck was the best part of RGH’s summer job.
What if we could bank, sell or buy our sleep?
RGH wanted to quit his music instruction. So did his teacher.
A harrowing encounter at Harpers Ferry, unexpected expenses, and justly punctured pride.