National Parody Radio We've found clips of fake public radio shows and podcasts; contestants identify the TV shows they came from.
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Ophira Eisenberg hosts NPR's Ask Me Another at The Bell House in Brooklyn, New York. Mike Katzif/NPR hide caption

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Ophira Eisenberg hosts NPR's Ask Me Another at The Bell House in Brooklyn, New York.

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We here at NPR are self-aware enough to know that we're ripe for parody. Television knows it too. For this game, we've found clips of fake public radio shows and podcasts; contestants identify the TV shows they came from.

Heard on Lena Hall: From Yitzhak to Hedwig.