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Emily Nussbaum: The Watch From Home Episode

In this work-from-home episode writer Emily Nussbaum talks about TV watching during COVID-19. Plus John Hodgman, Jackie Kashian, Robert Lopez, and Kristen Anderson-Lopez stand in as contestants.

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Brew Or False

Brew Or False

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Larry Owens: Sunday In The Park 6 Feet Away From George

Actor Larry Owens talks about his stint as a wedding singer and his love of Sondheim. Atlas Obscura's Dylan Thuras serves as the guest expert. This new episode was recorded on February 27, 2020.

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Audio Obscura

Audio Obscura

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Island Time

Island Time

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Robert Earl Keen: Texas Troubadour

Musician Robert Earl Keen shares how foosball led to a career in music. Then he demonstrates knowing every U.S. president's birthday. This episode originally aired November 22, 2019.

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Stadium Sounds

Stadium Sounds

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Seven-tonio

Seven-tonio

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Queso-ra Sera

Queso-ra Sera

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XXX

XXX

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Dan Deacon: Deacon-structing Dan

Electro-pop musician and composer Dan Deacon talks about his love of audience participation and his new album, Mystic Familiar. Then, he plays a game about board games with mundane themes.

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Web M.C.

Web M.C.

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By The Numbers

By The Numbers

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Ilfenesh Hadera: Spike Lee Alum And DJ School Dropout

Ilfenesh Hadera, from She's Gotta Have It, chats about growing up in Harlem, working with Spike Lee, and her new series, Godfather Of Harlem. This episode originally aired September 13, 2019.

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Nature Shows

Nature Shows

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Cheesy Songs

Cheesy Songs

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Fact Bag

Fact Bag

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Ask Me AnotherAsk Me Another

The answer to life’s funnier questions.