Now it’s your turn to tell us something that we don’t know.
Join Freakonomics Radio in The Greene Space as we launch a live game show called “Tell Me Something I Don’t Know.” If you take the show’s name to heart, you might end up being a star of the show.
We are looking for people to get up on stage and tell us something fascinating — an idea, a technological breakthrough, a new line of important research, a set of strange facts, a historical wrinkle, or perhaps just a great, unasked question. All we ask is that it’s interesting (at least to you), worthwhile (at least a little bit), and — well, true (there will be a fact-checker on hand). Submit your idea to the Freakonomics Radio team here.
Selected audience members will present their ideas to host Stephen Dubner and a panel of three celebrity judges, including author Malcolm Gladwell, actress, singer and former Saturday Night Live performer Ana Gasteyer and former New York Governor David Paterson. There will also be lots of prizes, and a chance to pair up with a celeb judge to play “Tell Me Something I Don’t Know.”