‘Tell me a Story’ podcast spotlights a man who watched an atomic bomb level his city

‘Tell me a Story’ podcast spotlights a man who watched an atomic bomb level his city
This composite image shows the mushroom clouds over Hiroshima, left, and Nagasaki, right, following an atomic bomb blast in August 1945.

HONOLULU, Hawaii (HawaiiNewsNow) - This “Tell Me a Story” podcast focuses on “instinct.”

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In exploring instinct, Mendoza shares the story of a judo coach who teaches teenagers that a powerful tool to protect themselves is built into their bodies.

Mendoza also introduces us to a survivor of the atomic bombing of Japan who proves you can triumph over tragedy.

And he catches up with a Longtime Waikiki beach boy who thanked the emergency responders who saved his life.

Jim Mendoza is an Emmy Award-winning journalist who has garnered recognition for outstanding reporting from the Society of Professional Journalists.

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