The VD Do-Over

Not everyone’s Valentine’s Day went perfectly last year.  Take stories from listeners where things went sideways and then give one of your listeners a “do-over”.

Magic 106.7, Boston Truth Be Told

Playing the occasional game on a show is a good thing.  It’s even better when it has two elements:  it’s vicarious (listeners can play along in the car as they’re driving to work) and it’s strategic (its purpose is to have fun, earn another...

The Best Driver of Them All

With Prince Philip’s car crash still in the news, go out and find an entertaining instructor at a driving school who’ll give the show’s cast members a driving test, then come on the program to rate each of you in driving skills.

Laggards, Braggarts, or Daggers

New feature time!  Open the phones and listeners must call with an office story about a co-worker who is either a laggard (lazy), a braggart (boast about themselves all the time), or shoots daggers (is a back stabber).  No names keeps you legal, but we all know one of...

KNUC, Seattle Red Shops Drunk

One of my wishes for all of radio is that we dispense with boring, staged phone topics presented for use by prep services.  The best phone topics come from stories the talent tell about their life, before they put the spotlight on the audience by asking them to tell...