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They Had Me At Hello

Book of Mormon's Tony winner Nikki M. James gets geeky about Broadway. Plus, play with mutated movie titles, a double name game, and an etiquette test from the 1960s. Got a light?

Jonathan Coulton, left, Art Chung and John Chaneski like to start each show by throwing up some horns backstage at The Bell House in Brooklyn, NY. Steve McFarland/NPR hide caption

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On The Radio

On The Radio

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Title Schmitle

Title Schmitle

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Double Trouble

Double Trouble

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What Not To Wear... On The Radio

In this hour, contestants create horrific hybrids like Dr. Moreau, rewrite some outdated Cole Porter lyrics, and join style guru Simon Doonan to evaluate their own signature flourishes.

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Pen It Like Porter

Listen to 'Pen It Like Porter' from Ask Me Another

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