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Tell us who should compete in KPCC's 2nd annual Public Radio Bracket Madness

Host Ira Glass celebrates the
Host Ira Glass celebrates the "This American Life" triumph in KPCC's Public Radio Bracket Madness tournament by holding up the trophy: The Golden Radio.
Courtesy Facebook/This American Life
Host Ira Glass celebrates the
Host Ira Glass of "This American Life" holds up the packing slip for the trophy. The show for vanquishing 31 other shows in KPCC's Public Radio Bracket Madness tournament.
Courtesy Facebook/This American Life

March is here, and that means March Madness!

No, not basketball: KPCC is about to launch its second annual Public Radio Bracket Madness, in which we ask you, the listener, to vote on your favorite public radio programming. 

We will post the first of our polls very soon. To do so, we'd like to ask you which public radio shows we should include. (And no show is too small or too niche!) For example, should we include:

Share your suggestions in the comments below; comment on our Facebook page; or Tweet us ("@" mention @KPCC and use the hashtag #KPCCMadness).

If you were one of the 50,000 public radio listeners who voted last year, you know that Ira Glass' "This American Life" took home the Radio Trophy! As the reigning champion, they are not eligible for this year's bracket, but if you're a fan of TAL, we're sure you'll want to know what host Ira Glass would pick. (We'll ask him and get back to you.)

You can read about TAL's win from last year.