June 23, 2012 Reiner is an accomplished writer, director and actor. He's directed more than 20 movies, including some undeniable classics: A Few Good Men, When Harry Met Sally, The Princess Bride and, of course, the movie that many will quote until they're old and gray, This Is Spinal Tap.
June 22, 2012 Remember the Alamo, or the Aniston? For this hour of puzzles and trivia, it may help to know both. Contestants try topping Justin Bieber's lyrics, a backwards spelling bee, and our Mystery Guest tests his knowledge of pro athletes-turned-bad actors.
June 17, 2012 Every answer is a word, phrase or name starting with the letter "B," ending in "Y" and having "A" and "B" inside, in that order, although not necessarily consecutively. For example, the answer to "assistant to a baseball team" would be either "batboy" or "ballboy."
June 15, 2012 Ask Me Another host Ophira Eisenberg and her puzzle mavens travel to Washington, D.C. seeking math in odd places and fitting new underwriters for some classic novels. Plus, a special visit from this week's Mystery Guest, a worldly NPR correspondent.
June 14, 2012 Download this party puzzle, and you can play host and quiz your friends. "Electric Boogaloo" tests your knowledge of bad and hilariously-titled movie sequels.
June 14, 2012 Just in time for Father's Day, the How To Do Everything podcast visits a first grade classroom to get some parenting advice from kids.
June 11, 2012 Harold Goldberg visited the top video game conference of the year. He says while it's too early to pick the best games — many aren't even playable yet — some do stand out as particularly worthy of attention, even at this early stage.