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WHY? stockpiles listener questions in advance. If you are familiar with an
upcoming guest or the topic of discussion, send us an e-mail any time before
the show's broadcast and we will work to get it read by the host and asked live.
We are also willing to call you during the show so you can ask your question
E-mail us your question at email@example.com
If you want us to call you during the show so you can ask your question live, include your name
and a phone number where you can be reached during broadcast hours. Please note: we will try
whenever possible to call but we can not promise we will do so in every case.
Callbacks are dependent on the volume of live calls and time availability.
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Listening party directory
If you are hosting a party, live blogging, or doing anything social in regards to
the broadcasts, let us know we'll include it here. Write to us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Send us pictures, too!
The Institute for Philosophy in Public Life encourages and advertises WHY? listening parties
as a means for people to gather and engage in philosophy in the best way possible: as a community.
Listening parties are public events during which guests listen to a live broadcast
of WHY? and then talk about it afterwards. Party members are encouraged to call the show
with their own comments, and Jack Weinstein, host of WHY? will happily mention the events on
the air whether they call-in with questions or not.
To announce your own listening party, write: email@example.com