Radio/Podcast Interviews Writer/director Adam Lippe discusses Wait, Wait, Don’t Kill Me on Morning Feed with Ed Feldman. Recorded December 30th, 2014. Writer/Producer/Director Adam Lippe discusses the making of and distribution of Wait, Wait, Don’t Kill Me with Matt Nappo on MindDogTV. From March 30th, 2020. Writer/Producer/Director Adam Lippe on The Pamela Roxanne Show, discussing filmmaking, distribution, and Wait, Wait, Don’t Kill Me. From April 13th, 2020. Adam Lippe on The Jesse Lewis Show, discussing Wait, Wait, Don’t Kill Me from June 6th, 2020. Adam Lippe on the never-aired episode of Storify This Life with Kimberly Semiglia. From some time in April 2020. This discusses Wait, Wait, Don’t Kill Me, but there’s also a lot on storytelling in and of itself. Adam Lippe on The Oscar Category Completist podcast discussing Wait, Wait, Don’t Kill Me briefly, and, mostly the films of Eliza Hittman, especially Never, Rarely, Sometimes, Always. From July 27th, 2020. Adam Lippe on the Everything Imaginable Podcast, discussing Wait, Wait, Don’t Kill Me, from August 21st, 2020. This one takes a turn around the halfway mark. Adam Lippe on The Sunday Night Army from August 21st, 2020, discussing Wait, Wait, Don’t Kill Me Adam Lippe on Inside the Industry for The Philadelphia Globe, discussing Wait, Wait, Don’t Kill Me, from August 21st, 2020. Adam Lippe on Ramblings With Jay Finlayson discussing Wait, Wait, Don’t Kill Me, from August 22nd, 2020. Adam Lippe on MindDog TV, discussing Wait, Wait, Don’t Kill Me from August 24th, 2020. There’s a lot on distribution and [not] inspiring other filmmakers in the second half. You can also watch a video version here. Adam Lippe on The (Not So) Hidden Agenda on G-Town Radio 92.9 FM in Philadelphia, discussing Wait, Wait, Don’t Kill Me, from September 13th, 2020. This is a lot of information and it goes very, very fast. Adam Lippe on The Oscar Category Completist, discussing Wait, Wait, Don’t Kill Me, and the films of Charlie Kaufman, specifically I’m Thinking of Ending Things. From September 14th, 2020. Adam Lippe on MindDogTV on October 20th, 2020, filling in for a no-show guest. The host went solo for the first 10 minutes or so, but Adam joins him to discuss politics, bad podcast guests, life coaches and the upcoming virtual re-premiere of Wait, Wait, Don’t Kill Me. If you want to see the video version of this podcast, you can find it here. Adam Lippe on the Everything Imaginable podcast, co-hosting, and primarily interviewing Liz Priestly, co-star of the upcoming Idris Elba vehicle Concrete Cowboy. Hear in quite a bit of detail about the Philadelphia film and theater community, auditioning classes, Black cowboys in film and in real life, adapting the book that the film is based on, the director’s previous films, the distribution issues with the film, etc. This interview was released on October 21st, 2020, but the film was picked up by Netflix in the meantime. Wait, Wait, Don’t Kill Me does come up but only in the context of working in Philadelphia and the fact that it was shot mere miles from Concrete Cowboy. Adam Lippe on “A Little bit of Everything With Me!” released on October 22nd, 2020. This was recorded in August, and it was mostly is about the making of Wait, Wait, Don’t Kill Me, as well as Angelica’s insistence that Adam write a book about the making of the film. Adam Lippe on the “Mental Health Film Comment” podcast, discussing Todd Haynes’ Safe. Wait, Wait, Don’t Kill Me and the Laemmle Theater streaming premiere comes up for a few minutes, but this is otherwise entirely about Safe, the style, the choices by Haynes, the mental illness issues that are relevant in the film (specifically what Julianne Moore goes through), and other matters. Adam Lippe back on MindDog TV on October 22nd, 2020. This interview is nominally about Wait, Wait, Don’t Kill Me but drifts into a host of other subjects. You can watch the video version of the interview here. Adam Lippe on the Extra Features Podcast from October 23rd, 2020. No spoilers, necessarily, but this is a film critic, having already seen the movie, asking very specific questions about the decisions made by the filmmakers, so it goes in an atypical direction considering the tenor of most of the interviews already posted. Adam Lippe on the Everything Imaginable podcast from October 23rd, 2020, promoting the Laemmle Theaters virtual release of Wait, Wait, Don’t Kill Me. This is a bit more laid back than some of the other interviews and goes on some tangents. Adam Lippe on the Color Me in Podcast from October 25th, 2020. This interview is about the creative process, while also promoting Wait, Wait, Don’t Kill Me. Adam Lippe on the Movie Battle Podcast, discussing Ron Howard’s Mel Gibson vehicle Ransom, and defending it against the 2008/2009 Liam Neeson vehicle Taken. This is an unorthodox podcast, because Adam stumps for a version of a movie that’s only available on laserdisc, but does so passionately and still finds time to undermine Taken after it is defended by a different person who is there to “battle.” Adam Lippe on the Everything Imaginable Podcast from June of 2022, promoting the streaming release of WWDKM on Xumo, Plex, and elsewhere. The discussion ranges from creating fake products, Repo Man-style, to the various definitions of the Streisand effect, to the entire false nature of interviews in the first place, with a complete deconstruction of them. This was a mammoth 4 hour interview conducted by Sean O’Grady with Adam Lippe. I’ve edited it down to 3 hours 20 minutes, and then cut it in half, so you can listen in two parts. This interview was conducted in July of 2020, so keep that in mind in terms of Covid discussion. While the interview certainly covers Wait, Wait, Don’t Kill Me, part 1 of the interview (which is 1 hour 46 minutes) also has stories about Chris Rock, overly ambitious substitute teaching that backfires, the origin of certain now offensive turns of phrase, why Adam never got a Bar Mitzvah, how journalism now works especially with regard to TV news, and a number of other detours. Here is part two of the Getting to Know U podcast interview. This starts in a rather stark fashion, then gets into independent film distribution, script structure, how independent films fail to get financed by virtue of their genre, and a discussion of Adam’s trip to Cuba as a teenager.