This episode features Tony Brent of the Outta Control Magic Comedy Dinner Show doing the quizzing, and Michelle Christoph doing the answering. You may know her from the Yarn Lounge as well as Olive & Two Ewe Studios. Enjoy!
The 1812 Overture has become a mainstay in Fourth of July celebrations, but it's a celebration of Russian independence. It premiered on August 20th, 1882, under a tent in Moscow to honor an impressive military win. The composition is the focus of this Pop Quiz from To a Certain Degree. Listen to Benoit Glazer (https://timucua.com/) ask the questions, with Nick and special guest Lee Perry (https://fleetfarming.org/) answering.
Did you know that host of the show Nick Georgoudiou is part sasquatch? This quiz, featuring Nicole Dupre of Opera del Sol and Anthony Bencomo of Deli Fresh Threads gets to the root of the matter.
A plague of frogs may be the least of our concerns if these stories of spiders and alligators are true. Special guests Victoria Walsh and Miller John join host Nick Georgoudiou for a quiz on Chicken Little's nightmares come true.
Ever wondered how the rainbow flag came to be? Special guests Danielle Ziss and Bri, the Vegan Mystic, join host Nick Georgoudiou for a quiz on the anniversary of its first raising.