NPR Sunday Puzzle Challenge for December 16, 2007:
Think of a common six-letter word with the following unusual properties: The third and fourth letters are consonants, which are silent, and the fifth letter is a “T” which is pronounced twice.
NPR’s Weekend Edition Sunday Puzzle for December 9, 2007:
Think of a well-known actor. Take the first five letters of his first name, and the last five letters of his last name, together, in order. These letters spell the name of a major American city.
NPR’s Weekend Edition Sunday Puzzle for October 28, 2007:
Name something you might wear in the summer. The answer will have two words, with five letters in the first word and three letters in the second. Remove the next-to-last letter and read the result backward and you’ll get a word that means “blocks.”