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Wait Wait+ Wayback Machine: November 2002
Producer Lillian King and host Peter Sagal challenge a Wait Wait... Don't Tell Me+ supporter with questions about the week's news that aired on our actual show — but the catch is that show aired more than 20 years ago. If you want a chance to play the Wait Wait Wayback Machine, sign up for Wait Wait... Don't Tell Me+ via Apple Podcasts or at plus.npr.org and listen to this episode for instructions on how enter!
WWDTM: John Wilson
John Wilson is the creator of the Emmy-nominated How To With John Wilson, and joins us to talk about being paid in Wite-Out and the best place in New York to meet a referee.
WWDTM: Secretary Clinton
Secretary Clinton joins us this week to talk about the Clinton Global Initiative's wild afterparties and whether or not she's seen Pete Davidson's tattoo of her.
Wait Wait+ Extended Interview: Damian Lillard on 'Dame Time' and his car dealership
Listen to find out how you could enter for a chance to play our quiz game for Wait Wait... Don't Tell Me+ supporters! On this bonus episode, it's our extended interview with NBA star, Damian Lillard. We talk about the meaning of "Dame Time," his basketball camp for kids and why he decided to become a co-owner of a local Toyota dealership.To unlock bonus access, support NPR by signing up for Wait Wait... Don't Tell Me+ via Apple Podcasts or at plus.npr.org.
WWDTM: Martinus Evans
Martinus Evans is a fitness influencer and the founder of the radically inclusive Slow AF Run Club. He may be proudly slow, but can he answer our questions about something fast AF, the Concorde jet?
WWDTM: Bob Seger
Bob Seger is an Ann Arbor legend, a Rock-and-Roll Hall of Famer who also happens to be one of the best selling artists of all time. He made it big with "Night Moves" but can he answer our questions about Knight Moves, or chess strategies?
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