The You’re Welcome Anchors run down the list of winners to the annual Book Award for Books, including “Point Me Towards Victory: The Blind Sniper” and “The Sky Is An Air Ocean”. Featuring Stacy Rumaker, Madeline Wager, Levi Petree, and Eric Stolze, w. music and writing by Jeremy Simon.
The team reports on one of the last remaining traditional families, buried deep in the black heart of Orange County. BBC affiliate Austin Bronte still isn’t sure how Skype works. A right-wing pundit invades the broadcast with shocking counterpoints and questionable videos. With Eric Stolze, Madeline Wager, and Levi Petree, feat. Leslie Korein and ZaneGrant, w. music and writing by Jeremy Simon.
You’re Welcome World News premieres two new segments showcasing authentic American voices: The Bug, a storytelling showcase from people who aren’t necessarily great storytellers; and That American There, sharing true-to-life experiences of citizens overcoming adversity, often created by themselves. Plus, Austin Bronte reports from inside a tree for no particular reason.
You’re Welcome delivers a stunning expose of feared hacktivist group Incognito as they protest upcharges on toppings at Subway. BBC affiliate Austin Bronte reports on England’s new drink of choice. PRA’s pledge drive actually loses money.
San Francisco is purchased by the most powerful search engine in the world. Stefan Hyphen-Straightman interviews the CEO in the hopes of getting some insight but he gets his seat cushions fluffed instead.. Chartreuse Belljar reports on paternity leaves and the resulting office Utopia. BBC affiliate Austin Bronte reports on the next royal wedding.
The San Diego Zoo allows their pandas to choose their own sexual identity but they’re too busy eating and sleeping, Austin Bronte reports on a never-ending reunion show from legendary British comedy troupe The Joke Department. Musician-activist Bandolier is against everything except very specific animals and his guitar.