Mick Cullen, Autumn Rizzio, Carl Cutler, Carolyn Howard, and Chris Carmody combined to break 16 different standing URDB records during the course of their Subterranean radio show on WRLR 98.3 FM. List of broken records: Most Text Messages Sent in One Minute (Mick) Most Trivial Pursuit Questions Answered Incorrectly in One Minute (Mick) Fastest Time to Place 19 CDs Back in Their Cases (Mick) Most Times Asking "Where Are My Glasses?" to Someone Tuning a Guitar in 30 Seconds (Mick & Carl) Largest Group Eskimo Kiss (all five people) Shortest Staring Contest (Mick & Autumn) Longest Nonstop Pronunciation of "JetBlue" (Mick) Longest Time Touching Nose to Door Frame (Mick) Slowest Time to Dance the Macarena (Mick) Fastest Time to Read Every Location JetBlue Flies to Nonstop from Boston (Mick) Most Consecutive Table Tennis Ball Bounces Using an Acoustic Guitar as a Paddle (Mick) Most Lies Told About Oneself in 30 Seconds (Mick) Most Candy Bars Named in 30 Seconds While Being Tickled (Autumn & Carl) Most Erasers Balanced on Head at Once (Mick) Most Pieces of Tape Taped to Face at Once (Mick) Most Baseball Bounces on a Hockey Puck (Mick)
Mick Cullen named himself as the one person named “Mick Cullen” hosting
a radio show.
Mick Cullen, Wil Zambole and Carl Cutler set six dice-related world
records during one live episode of Subterranean on WRLR, 98.3 FM.
The following records were attempted during the show:
Fewest Golf Strokes Needed To Putt A Six On A Die
Most Pips On 150 Dice Rolled Simultaneously By Three People
Most Dice Balanced On A Putter Face
Most Dice Banked Into A Plastic Cup In One Minute
Most Successful Three-Man Dice Volleys Into A Cup in One Minute
Most Dice Spun On A Corner By Two People In One Minute
Rj Jawad signed off of his online radio show by saying “Jawad, Radio Asia Live” 35 times in 30 seconds.
Led by Producer Andrea Silenzi, Hosts Ken Freedman and Andy Breckman interviewed 68 guests in Seven Second Delay, an hour-long radio show. RecordSetter co-founders Dan Rollman and Corey Henderson were present to adjudicate the attempt.
Mel Sampson had 28 callers say "Bazinga!" in one minute. She set the record as part of The Drive Home with Mel World Record Week 4 during a live broadcast at 89.3 K-Rock radio.
In celebration of Pi Day, listeners of The Brian Lehrer Show on WNYC set a record by collectively reciting 100 consecutive digits of Pi.
After host Lehrer preceded the attempt by reciting the first 11 digits, five callers each read off 20 digits of Pi in mathematical order.
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