June 11, 2012
Cara Philbin, NPR
OBAMA TO DISCUSS LET'S MOVE!, TAKE LISTENER CALLS ABOUT NUTRITION
AUDIO AVAILABLE AT 6 PM (ET), TUESDAY AT NPR.ORG
Conan will talk with Obama about her Let's Move! initiative, which encourages regular physical activity and improved access to healthy, affordable food in schools and at home. Conan will invite parents to call in with their stories and questions for the First Lady. Listeners can call (800) 989-8255, email email@example.com or visit NPR.org to submit questions.
The live conversation is airing in full tomorrow on Talk of the Nation (find local stations and broadcast times at npr.org/stations; audio will be available on Tuesday at 6PM (ET) online at NPR.org.
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