Tell Me Something I Don’t KnowNo upcoming concerts for Tell Me Something I Don’t Know
Other Upcoming Shows
The Last Podcast on the Left: Live!
#YES50: Celebrating 50 Years of YES
Frank Santos Jr.
Bobby Bones Red Hoodie Comedy Tour
The Adventure Zone Graphic Novel Live!
Back To The Eighties Show with Jessie’s Girl
Toad the Wet Sprocket
Bobby McFerrin: circlesongs
The Second City: Made in America
I Am Rapaport: Stereo Podcast Live
The Greatest Generation
Whose Live Anyway?
“Classic Deep Purple Live” performed by Glenn Hughes
Iliza: Elder Millennial
ON CINEMA LIVE! Featuring Tim Heidecker, Gregg Turkington and Special Guests
Colin Mochrie & Brad Sherwood
Gad Elmaleh: The Dream Tour
The Milk Carton Kids
It’s Me Again: An Aparna Nancherla Tour
David Bromberg Big Band w/ special guest Loudon Wainwright III
Craig Ferguson: Hobo Fabulous Tour
Blood, Sweat & Tears – 2018
*The Tuesday show of Tell Me Something I Don’t Know has been cancelled due to inclement weather. Refunds are available at point of purchase. The Wednesday and Thursday shows will go on as scheduled.*
Tuesday March 14
Dan Gilbert, Harvard psychologist and author of author of Stumbling on Happiness
John Maeda, designer, technologist, former president of RISD
Bethany Van Delft, comedian
Fact-checker: Jack Lepiarz, WBUR reporter
Wednesday March 15
Anupam Jena, physician and Harvard professor of health care policy
Christine Hurley, comedian
Evan Allen, Head Trainer for the New England Revolution
Fact-checker: Carey Goldberg, WBUR reporter
Thursday March 16
Ed Glaeser, Harvard economist
Amy Glasmeier. MIT professor of economic geography
Special guest comedian
Fact-checker: Mike Maughan, Qualtrics
Tell Me Something I Don’t Know is a live game show and podcast hosted by Stephen J. Dubner, co-author of the Freakonomics books and host of Freakonomics Radio. It has the same kind of factual, inquisitive journalism that has been a hallmark of Dubner’s work, but it’s disguised in the most entertaining, unexpected, and occasionally ridiculous conversation you’re likely to hear. Three celebrity panelists listen as contestants come on stage before a live audience and try to wow them with a fascinating fact — a historical wrinkle, a new line of research — anything, really, as long as it’s interesting, useful and true (or at least true-ish). There’s a real-time human fact-checker on hand to filter out the bull. The panel — an eclectic mix of comedians, brainiacs, and other smart people — poke and prod the contestants, and ultimately choose a winner.