This week we aired our last of four brand new episodes from our first trip to Montana. Catch up or listen again with our podcast on Spotify, Apple Podcasts, Google Play Podcasts, Stitcher, and just about everywhere else podcasts are found (even on the Pandora mobile app! Just look for us in ‘Comedy’).
This season all of our musical interludes are played IN FULL exclusively on our podcast! If you loved The Dirt Farmers in Bozeman, or Big Sky Trio in Billings, listen to their full Says You! performances!
For those in your life with the gift of gab
Nothing is better than a book filled with questions from our radio-lab
Simply sit back and celebrate
we ship priority so those books won’t be late
If you’ve already purchased Volumes 1 & 2 – the quips and scripts of Says You!
There’s plenty more – and not necessarily designed for the old man who you hear snore
A mug with a saying that is a bona fide plug
A t-shirt with a logo that matches our app
A cap with a phrase – worthy of note
And finally, there’s our new twist on the gift that lasts forever – yes, the traditional tote.
Stay in the easy chair and reach for the laptop
There is simply no better way to shop.
head right on over to saysyou.net
and shop for everything a “word nerd” will be elated to get
Says You! returns to the Greater Boston area this winter for our Home for the Holidays Special at Walnut Hill December 27 and 28! Tickets and details are on the way, so mark your calendars for this holiday event!
This weekend L.A. Theater Works continues California Month with a dark chapter in Hollywood history. On November 24, 1947, the most powerful men in American film met in New York’s plush Waldorf-Astoria Hotel to decide how to address the Communist witch hunt being carried out by the House Un-American Activities Committee. Twenty-four hours later they emerged having created the Hollywood Blacklist. The Waldorf Conference by Nat Segaloff, Daniel M. Kimmel and Arnie Reisman dramatically speculates on what went on in that room.
Visit L.A. Theater Works to find out when your local station is airing this radio event – or listen now below.
Says You! Live in Bozeman – Buffaloed in Bozeman – is sold out! Thanks to everyone who is clearly VERY EXCITED to see us in just a few weeks. Tickets are still available for our second Montana show at MSU Billings on November 10. Don’t miss your chance to see Says You! LIVE during our first trip to Montana and reserve your seats today. Special student tickets are available, as well as VIP tickets which offer premium seating and an intimate Q&A with the cast before the show.
Says You! kicks off its 22nd Season this week! One of the longest-running game shows in American history, Says You! takes pride in being as ‘fresh’ as ever. This season promises to excite with featured guests from last season, including Lexicographer Erin McKean, Filmmaker Alex Horwitz, Playwright Deb Hiett, and world class music from groups around the country, including Juice of Boston, Lydia Luce of Nashville, and Free Planet Radio of Asheville.
Our season begins with episodes from the island of Martha’s Vineyard, starring our original cast – Playwright Arnie Reisman, Award-Winning Broadcaster Paula Lyons, Culture Critic Carolyn Faye Fox, Playwright and Broadcaster Tony Kahn, Producer Francine Achbar, and Veteran TV Journalist Barry Nolan. This makes the first time our debut panel has played together in more than four years. To begin our season, Says You! Head Writer Dave Zobel steps up to the lectern. Serving up everything you’ve come to expect from Says You!: brainy, challenging, hilarious, and erudite fun.
Season Twenty Two of Says You! airs on Public Radio stations across the country beginning this Friday, September 28th. To listen on your public radio station, visit our Find A Station page here: www.saysyou.net/find-a-station/
Thanks for listening and as always – we’re at our best when we get your questions, when we get your comments, and most of all, when you show up!
Celebrate a new season with a spotlight round of “Golden-Tongued Devils”
An exterminator’s redundancy
An endorsement for uxorial continuity
A plea for matriarchal laissez-faire
Urge feline encapsulation
An extension of interpersonal tactility
Over-indulgence and skepticism