You may know Matthew Morrison as the choir director Will Schuester, aka. "Mr. Schue," from the Fox TV Glee. With a new album out, Where It All Began, he stopped by NPR West to talk with All Things Considered weekend Host Jacki Lyden. And after calling "cut" on the interview, he showed us some love.
India.Arie's Talk of the Nation interview today wasn't the first time she's been in for an interview, but it was the first time she had a chance to join the NPR love club. And we're excited to report that she couldn't resist the chance to express her NPR affection.
Think you know NPR? Prove it. We've got some host trivia and correspondent conundrums for those of you who think you've got what it takes to correctly pronounce Poggioli on first try and identify Sandhoff's news beat in the blink of an eye (or is that a trick question?).
This is a side of Nina Totenberg, Ari Shapiro, Michel Martin, John Ydstie, Lakshmi Singh, Jacki Lyden, David Greene, Guy Raz and Rachel Martin you've maybe never seen before.
It's been six years since Grammy Award-winning R&B artist Chrisette Michele came out with her hit single "Be Okay," and she's back with a new record. She spoke with Tell Me More about the album, Better, and couldn't resist showing her love for NPR on the way out. Now what's better than that?
Check out the exchange between our Curious Listener Claudia and Listener Services to see the debate over our usage of the word "several." How would you have answered the same question?
You know your favorite voices at NPR have book smarts, but read on to hear their advice about life beyond the mic for 2013 graduates.
Fans of writer/producer/director Joss Whedon don't just kinda like him. They really love him. He also showed us some love after his interview with Morning Edition Host Renee Montagne on his latest film: a modern, black and white movie adaptation of Shakespeare's Much Ado About Nothing.
Ask Me Another kicks off SummerStage 2013 with a FREE, live performance at Central Park's Rumsey Playfield on Friday, June 14 at 8:00 p.m. (ET).
Celebrity chef and Bravo reality TV star Roblé Ali stopped by NPR's New York Bureau to talk to Tell Me More guest host Celeste Headlee to talk about his cooking, catering and staying skinny.