Monday

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Movie Interviews

Common, Sanaa Hamri Get It 'Just Wright'

The new film Just Wright is about an injured basketball player struggling to heal his heart and his body. Host Allison Keys speaks with rapper Common, who stars in the film, and Sanaa Hamri the films director.

Common, Sanaa Hamri Get It 'Just Wright'

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Friday

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Sports

WNBA May Be Upon Biggest Season Yet

The WNBA's 14th season begins Saturday, after a busy off season, which included former sprinter Marion Jones joining the Tulsa Shock. This season may be one of their biggest seasons yet. Guest host Allison Keyes speaks with sports writer David Zirin for details.

WNBA May Be Upon Biggest Season Yet

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Thursday

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Music

In Your Ear: Jazz Violinist Regina Carter

Renowned jazz violinist Regina Carter stops by the Tell Me More studios to talk about the music that's currently been inspiring her. Her picks a ragtime version of Praeludium and Allegro, Holly Hoffman's song "Sweet Andy" and Habib Koite's "Nta Dima."

In Your Ear: Jazz Violinist Regina Carter

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Wednesday

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Tuesday

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Sports

NFL Team Drafts First Chinese-American Player

The Buffalo Bills made history when they drafted Ed Wang in the fifth round. Wang is the first person of direct Chinese decent to be drafted into the NFL. Host Michel Martin speaks with Wang about football and his accomplishments.

NFL Team Drafts First Chinese-American Player

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Monday

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Thank You To All The Mothers Without Children

At the beginning of every week, host Michel Martin shares her thoughts on the issues that affect us today. Tune in for this weeks opinion piece, in which Michel shares her thoughts on Mother’s Day, and the many women who parent without conceiving children.

Thank You To All The Mothers Without Children

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Tuesday

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U.S.

Should Next Supreme Court Nominee Be A Mom?

Daily Beast political writer Peter Beinart thinks so, and argues that President Obama would send a powerful message of support for young women who want families AND careers. He discusses his thoughts with host Michel Martin.

Should Next Supreme Court Nominee Be A Mom?

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