Whether it's for a traffic report or a ball game, sometimes adults have to pick the radio station. To alleviate moans and groans from the back seat, try radio bingo.
If there's music piping through the speakers, give each child some paper and let them draw what they hear -- or think they hear.
To start, draw a grid on a piece of paper, then in each box write a word that is likely to be said on the radio, such as yesterday, Dow Jones, champions, etc.
Have your kids listen to the radio and mark the appropriate boxes, until one of them gets bingo.