John Wesley Harding's Cabinet of Wonders is an hour-long variety show recorded live at the City Winery in New York. With an exciting mix of musicians, authors, comedians who perform and generally have a blast together. It's like you're in the audience of a talent show put on by your friends... your very talented, critically acclaimed friends. They sing, read from their novels, tell jokes... all to make you laugh, make you think and keep you entertained.More from Cabinet of Wonders »
Episode Five: Signed Curtain
Episode Four: I Should Have Stopped
John Hodgman, master raconteur, will expand your spiritual horizons with his compendium of lesser-known geists and ghosts. And your spirits are sure to rise, with music from Sondre Lerche, Joe Pernice, Bhi Bhiman and Meg Baird. Host John Wesley Harding and comedian Eugene Mirman bring you back down to earth with gorgonzola and some of the other spurious items on their performance riders. And Sloane Crosley, author of "I Was Told There'd Be Cake," shares a true travel tale... worthy of a bad road-trip movie.