Genre: Public Affairs
Premise: Peter Sagal, the host of NPR's ``Wait, Wait ... Don't Tell Me!'' travels around the United States to investigate where the Constitution lives, how it works -- and when it doesn't -- how it has united the nation, and how it has nearly torn it apart. Throughout his travels, Sagal talks to ordinary citizens as well as scholars about the meaning of the document and about the historical events and crises that have defined it. Segments cover the Bill of Rights, freedom of speech and the 14th Amendment.