Show Details: June 2001

2001-06-02

NPR ID: 468
Location
Chicago Public Radio/WBEZ (Chicago, IL)
Scorekeeper
Carl Kasell
Panelists
Guests
Description
Who's Carl This Time?, Listener Limerick Challenge, Not My Job about the history of music censorship, Week in Review, Who's Carl This Time? Round II, Bluff the Listener about new ways to keep or restore the peace, Panelist Predictions: what will be an unintended consequence of the Casey Martin Supreme Court decision?

2001-06-09

NPR ID: 469
Location
Chicago Public Radio/WBEZ (Chicago, IL)
Scorekeeper
Carl Kasell
Panelists
Description
Who's Carl This Time?, Listener Limerick Challenge, Not My Job about celebrity product endorsements, Week in Review, Who's Carl Thie Time? Round II, Bluff the Listener about a dangerous aspect of an innocuous thing, Panelist Predictions: what will be the next celebrity endorsement?

2001-06-16

NPR ID: 470
Location
Chicago Public Radio/WBEZ (Chicago, IL)
Scorekeeper
Carl Kasell
Panelists
Guests
Description
Who's Carl This Time?, Listener Limerick Challenge, Not My Job about the Gabor sisters, Week in Review, Who's Carl This Time? Round II, Bluff the Listener about man affecting nature, Panelist Predictions: what will Phil Bronstein get next Father's Day?

2001-06-23

NPR ID: 471
Location
Chicago Public Radio/WBEZ (Chicago, IL)
Scorekeeper
Carl Kasell
Panelists
Guests
Description
Who's Carl This Time?, Listener Limerick Challenge, Not My Job about the Red Scare during and before the Cold War, Week in Review, Who's Carl This Time? Round II, Bluff the Listener about the cutting edge in luxury goods, Panelist Predictions: what will the letter from Bush to the taxpayers announcing the tax rebate say?

2001-06-30

NPR ID: 472
Location
Symphony Center (Chicago, IL)
Scorekeeper
Carl Kasell
Panelists
Guests
Description
Who's Carl This Time?, Listener Limerick Challenge, Not My Job about ketchup, Week in Review, Who's Carl This Time? Round II, Bluff the Listener about desperate measures in desperate times, Panelist Predictions: how will Congress make the Patient's Bill of Rights more appealing to Americans?