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Spain Emerges As World Cup Victor

Spain claimed victory over the Netherlands in the final match of the 2010 FIFA World Cup this weekend. Host Michel Martin speaks with NPR correspondent Mike Pesca for more on the final game. Pesca also offers analysis on the attack on Ugandan soccer fans.

Spain Emerges As World Cup Victor

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Singer-songwriter Walter Hawkins (third from left) was also the pastor at Love Center church in Oakland, Calif. He's seen here performing at the White House in 2008. Mandel Ngan/AFP hide caption

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Can I Just Tell You?

Why 'To Kill A Mockingbird' Still Speaks To Me

In her weekly commentary, host Michel Martin commemorates the 50th anniversary of the literary classic To Kill a Mockingbird by reflecting on her read of the novel as a child.

Why 'To Kill A Mockingbird' Still Speaks To Me

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Hip-Hop Theater?

A new generation of performers is bringing the spirit and sound of hip-hop music to the stage. Host Michel Martin talks about the Hip-Hop Theater Festival currently in Washington, D.C., with Kamilah Forbes, the artistic director of the festival.

Hip-Hop Theater?

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In Your Ear: BET Founder Robert Johnson

Businessman and billionaire Robert Johnson gained fame as the co-founder of Black Entertainment Television. That network introduced a lot of urban music to general audiences. He tells Tell Me More about his favorite tunes.

In Your Ear: BET Founder Robert Johnson

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A jacker breaks it down at the Paradox night club in Baltimore. Josh Sisk/Deep Sugar Music hide caption

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