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Wits ® – APM Podcasts

By John Moe

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Description

Wits was a weekly national public radio broadcast produced and distributed by American Public Media. As of September 2015, the broadcast ended. The stage shows that provided material for the broadcast are on hiatus, as is the podcast version of Wits. It is our intention to take a little time away from Wits and then look for ways to bring it back on stage and in podcast in a different form. On Wits, some of the top names in comedy and music have joined host John Moe for sketch comedy, improv, conversation, songs and genuine beauty in a program praised as "one of the rare public radio comedy shows that's actually funny" (Huffington Post) and "one of the most unique, entertaining and diverse shows on radio" (The Growler). You can listen to all of our archives online and follow host John Moe on Twitter (@johnmoe) for more information on Wits and other projects.

Customer Reviews

Best show going

Love the bits - especially pop song correspondence.

I fear this may be my new favorite show

I've loved few shows.
The list of loved shows includes Firefly, "Dead Like Me," "Arrested Development," "The Bryant Park Project" and "Weekend America."

I'm sorry, John.

sincerely, "Lennie" / Billyfens

Terrible, terribe, terrible

Astonishingly witless show. I really have tried this more than once but it is probably the unfunniest show I have ever heard on NPR and I am a public radio addict. I have no clue how this show continues to air and it gives ammunition to anti-NPRers. Super groany, super annoying, super trying-too-hard ALL THE TIME. The only good thing about the show is the musical guest (occasionally) and the pure relief you get when the show is over, like a sliver being pulled out.