The Chicago Police Department holds a fundraiser for future weapons and a child makes money selling travel guides to heaven after coming back from being clinically dead.
First came This American Life… then came All Things Considered… now, from creators Eric Stolze and Zane Grant, public radio’s newest gift to the world is You’re Welcome World News, a holier-than-thou glance at all the first-world-issues. The anchors of You’re Welcome are right all the time so you don’t have to be.
This week, a helicopter traffic reporter interviews breaks a senate story and the government gets involved in dating.
New reporters tackle tough issues like extinct parking spaces and mid-west mom artists.
This week Stefan covers the top ten news stories of 2014 and a Senator goes home to find out what his constituents want.
This week, a memory impaired memory activist and a long-haired teen stands his ground. Antarctica is not one of the fifty states.
The annual 'Three Weeks after Holidays' special includes 'outrage over dolls', 'the barbarism of Christmas trees', and a 'generic holiday song'.
A preacher takes book-burning into the 21st Century and a laughter coach tries to get Chartreuse Belljar to lighten up.
Investigations include an early-morning rave and That American There presents "Cat Got Your Tongue."
Investigations include a protest over a lack of breakfast, a cat cafe, and return of infuriating indie filmmaker Topher Hock.
Baristas don't want to talk to you, but a school bus with A.I. does.
You're Welcome reports on haunted banks, Satan worshiping at CostCo, vegan cuisine, and baby yoga.
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".
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.
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.
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.
First came This American Life… then came All Things Considered… now, from creators Eric Stolze and Zane Grant, public radio’s newest gift to the world is You’re Welcome World News, a holier-than-thou glance at all the first-world-issues.
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.
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.