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FAQ

Where can I listen?
To check cities and broadcast times for Whad'Ya Know? across the United States, check out PRI's Program Locator or use the form below:

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How can I attend a show?
In Madison -  Tickets can be purchase for Madison shows: online or at the door day of the show.

Tickets are $10.00 for adults, $5.00 for students and senior citizens.
Tickets for children 11 & under are FREE. Children must be accompanied by a parent or guardian.

For up-to-the-minute information on ticket availability, please call the Whad'Ya Know? Hotline at 1-800-WHA-KNOW (1-800-942-5669) or check the schedule

Road Shows - Check the schedule for the road show you want to see.  We'll link to ticket information there.

Michael Feldman's Whad'Ya Know? isn't broadcast in my area; what can I do?
Call, write, fax and e-mail your local public radio station and let them know you want to hear Michael Feldman's Whad'Ya Know?
If you don't know your local station, check PRI's Station Locator to find the station in your area that could (or should!) carry Whad'Ya Know?

We'll give you show updates and the full show audio right here on notmuch.com too, so in the meantime, stayed tuned!

How do I get to play the Whad'Ya Know? Quiz?
Each week there are two opportunities for a lucky caller and studio audience member to play the Whad'Ya Know? Quiz.
If attending a live show is out of the question, you can register to play the quiz by emailing us
or calling the Whad'Ya Know? Hotline at 1-800- WHA-KNOW (1-800-942-5669).

VERY IMPORTANT: The Whad'Ya Know? Quiz is played on Saturday mornings at approximately 10:30 a.m. and 11:30 a.m. Central Time.
When you register as a potential quiz contestant, please give us your name and the telephone number at which you can be reached
on Saturday morning at 10:30 Central Time. Remember that could mean 11:30 a.m. Eastern Time or 8:30 a.m. Pacific Time.

Why won't my old account work to play the new online Quiz?

The new and improved daily online quiz was created from scratch, so you'll have to re-register to create an account.
But, your new account will track your weekly success and proudly display your quiz victories!

Where do I send a memo for Thanks For The Memos?
E-mail  those wacky memos to us (subject line: Memos).

Or Snail mail them to:

    Thanks For The Memos
    Michael Feldman's Whad'Ya Know?
    821 University Avenue
    Madison, WI 53706

How do I get a copy of a memo I heard during Thanks For The Memos?
Just like those tapes on "Mission: Impossible," once a memo is read on the air it self-destructs in 3 seconds.
Things get kind of messy, but we keep the fire extinguisher handy.

To hear a particularly enjoyable memo over and over again, you can purchase a CD of your favorite Whad'Ya Know? broadcast.
CDs can be purchased through the Radio Store by calling 
800-747-7444.

Who was that hilarious guest? What was that fascinating book?
Each week Michael delights his listeners by interviewing funny and engaging authors, journalists, near-celebrities or non-celebrities.
If you're interested in finding out about a guest from a previous Whad'Ya Know? broadcast, send us an e-mail and we'll try to help you.
Please include your name, e-mail address, daytime telephone number, and the date of the broadcast in which you heard the interview.
If you don't know the date of the show, give us your best description of the topic.
Hey, we've done more than 500 shows, so it may take a little digging, but we'll try to help you out!

To hear a particularly enjoyable interview over and over again, you can purchase a CD of your favorite Whad'Ya Know? broadcast.
CDs can be purchased through the Radio Store by calling 
800-747-7444.

How can I get Whad'Ya Know? to come to my city for a road show?
Michael takes his show on the road about 8 times each year. Road shows are scheduled about a year in advance.
If you'd like to see Whad'Ya Know? come to your city, contact your Whad'Ya Know? affiliate and ask them to host a road show.