Turn your radio dial to public radio and you're bound to come across some great stories and interviews. It's impossible to hear them all, but here are a few I caught in that last week that I thought I'd share with you.
Fresh Air - 'Book of Mormon' Creators on their Broadway Smash
The creators of South Park, Matt Stone and Trey Parker are known for making fun of just about everybody on their show.
Mormonism has been one religion that often seems to be a target of ridicule on South Park.
So when Stone and Parker decided create a musical about Mormons, I'd assumed it would be a musical that would take a cynical look at the religion - but it doesn't - from NPR's Fresh Air:
If you think the musical skewers Mormons, though, think again. Parker and Stone do challenge the literal credibility of the story of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints. But the Mormons they write about come across as lovable and optimistic.
"I don't think anybody would want to see a two-hour-long Mormon-bashing, and we wouldn't want to see that either," Parker tells Fresh Air's Terry Gross.
Stone and Parker said that in musicals, "everyone wants to see a piece of themselves up there."