Wednesday

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Supreme Court: Speak Up To Remain Silent

"You have the right to remain silent," but only if you speak up first. Host Michel Martin talks with George Washington Law School professor Paul Butler about how not speaking up may be "used against you in a court of law."

Supreme Court: Speak Up To Remain Silent

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Music

Israeli-Palestinian Pop Duo Plays For Peace

Israeli recording artist Noa and Palestinian signer Mira Awad have gained international acclaim for their album There Must Be Another Way. Here, they discuss their music and their roles as unofficial ambassadors for peace.

Israeli-Palestinian Pop Duo Plays For Peace

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Tuesday

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Monday

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Food

Preparing For Summer With Celebrity Chef Carla Hall

Celebrity chef Carla Hall, a former contestant on the TV reality show Top Chef, drops by the Tell Me More studio to share her favorite easy-to-prepare summer recipes. She also offers guest host Allison Keyes tips on how to enjoy healthy eating.

Preparing For Summer With Celebrity Chef Carla Hall

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Music Interviews

Ethiopian Sounds Infuse The Music of Meklit Hadero

Meklit Hadero's sound is a unique blend of jazz, Ethiopia, artsy San Francisco and visceral poetry. Her first musical performance was only five years ago, and her debut album, On a Day Like This..., is now on music stands.

Ethiopian Sounds Infuse The Music of Meklit Hadero

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Friday

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Thursday

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When Freedom Means Choosing A Headscarf

Rebelling against a parents’ beliefs and customs is practically a routine rite of passage. But writer Krista Bremer was more than a little surprised when her daughter asked to wear a headscarf. Guest host Tony Cox speaks with Bremer who is married to a Libyan Muslim.

When Freedom Means Choosing A Headscarf

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Tuesday

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Afghanistan

A Former Afghan Presidential Candidate Reflects

Abdullah Abdullah ran for president of Afghanistan in 2009, losing to incumbent Hamid Karzai. He speaks with guest host Tony Cox, about where things stand in his country and what's next for him.

A Former Afghan Presidential Candidate Reflects

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Monday

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Television

Is There Life After 'Lost'?

Lost exits stage left, Law and Order fades to black and the networks have announced their new fall shows. Guest host Allison Keyes talks to St. Petersburg Times TV and media critic Eric Deggans about the evolving television line-up.

Is There Life After 'Lost'?

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Can I Just Tell You?

Maybe Someday Love Will Cure Despair

Host Michel Martin offers an emotional commentary on the death of her only brother, Norman McQueen Jr., who recently committed suicide. She says she hates that her brother chose to end his life, but hates even more that his despair felt inescapable.

Maybe Someday Love Will Cure Despair

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Friday

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Thursday

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Music Articles

Otis Williams Reflects On Years With The Temptations

Otis Williams, the last living member of the original musical group The Temptations speaks with guest host Allison Keyes. The Temptations 49th album was just released, titled Still Here, which mixes contemporary sounds with classic Temptations harmonies.

Otis Williams Reflects On Years With The Temptations

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