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Were you paying attention in 2011? Test your memory of the the serious and not-so-serious news of the year with Brian and guest quiz-masters Pat Kiernan and Melissa Harris-Perry.
Melissa Harris-Perry, professor of political science at Tulane University and regular contributor and host at MSNBC, serves as guest quiz-master for questions about national and international events.
Tidbits From the Show: Live from Greene Space: Regime Change and its Aftermath | The Origin of Pepper Spray | HPV in Focus | DSK Call-in for House keepers |
NY1 anchor and the man behind Pat's Papers, Pat Kiernan, serves as guest quiz-master for questions about local news and culture stories from 2011.
Tidbits From the Show: Irene Segment: Tri-State Status Post-Irene | Ryan Gosling breaks up NYC fight | Escaped Bronx Zoo Cobra is a Twitter Star | No Sag Yet for Planking | A Sister’s Eulogy for Steve Jobs | POPS Report | Earthquake Call In: Earthquake 101 | Hawks at Washington Square Park | Violence Interrupters | John Matson: Judgment Day |
Brian leads listeners in a lightning round of True/False questions about this year's news.
Brian Lehrer leads the conversation about what matters most now in local and national politics, our own communities and our lives.
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