Ask Me Another host Ophira Eisenberg chats with Very Important Puzzler Delia Ephron on stage at The Bell House in Brooklyn, NY.
What's love got to do with it? A lot, actually. We explore the fuzzy feelings among families, couples and a puzzle guru and his games. Plus Delia Ephron shares tales from the romantic comedy business.
SummerStage at Central Park, on a lovely summer evening, with the scent of trivia and puzzles in the air.
This summer spectacular features The Office's B.J. Novak, Wet Hot American Summer filmmaker David Wain, Studio 360 host Kurt Andersen, singer-songwriter Nellie McKay and puzzlemaster Will Shortz.
Live every week like it's Shark Week.
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This week, nothing is taboo as we chat with the "Dark Prince of Comedy" Anthony Jeselnik, get snarky about sharks and sing along to a classier version of Sisqo's "Thong Song."
In 1955, Variety predicted rock 'n roll would be dead by summer. Ha! We can't predict the future either, but we can invite you to learn the ups and downs of hosting a TV show from comic W. Kamau Bell.
Michigan Stadium, also known as "The Big House."
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Ann Arbor is a city of many nicknames, and this week we add 'Puzzleville, USA.' Listen as Michiganders do math at the movies, try on famous hats and make the sounds of sports mascots. Go Blue!
Brush up your British slang with Andy Serkis (Dawn of the Planet of the Apes, The Lord of the Rings), who talks getting into the mind of Caesar the ape and reveals the origin of Gollum's creepy voice.
Close, but no cigar.
Give your brain the ultimate workout as we revisit more of our toughest games to date — can you name famous commercial jingles when sung in Italian, or insert comic strips into your favorite novels?
Get your popcorn ready for a thrilling, action-packed hour, as our V.I.P., Edge of Tomorrow director Doug Liman, shares his formula for making an edgy, mind-blowing blockbuster film.
As the saying goes, "imitation is the sincerest form of flattery," and this week's Very Important Puzzler, actor Justin Long has a knack for impressions.
They Might Be Giants.
Brooklyn's oldest opera house is the stage for a new song from special guests They Might Be Giants, and WNYC's Radiolab hosts Jad Abumrad and Robert Krulwich spar over who has to have the last word.
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