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Movie Interviews

The Hobbit Filmmaker Turns To Crime Documentary

The new documentary, West of Memphis, delves into the controversial case of three Arkansas teens who were convicted of murder in 1994. Host Michel Martin speaks with Oscar-winning filmmaker Peter Jackson and Damien Echols, one of men convicted in the case.

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Tell Us How You Will Find Peace In 2013

A new year usually means new resolutions. Tell Me More is taking the opportunity to ask what listeners are doing to bring peace into their lives. Whether it's cutting up a credit card, or dropping some toxic friends, host Michel Martin wants to know.

Tell Us How You Will Find Peace In 2013

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Music

La Havas Brings Her Soulful Songs Across The Pond

London-based soul singer Lianne La Havas has already made a huge splash in the United Kingdom. Now, she hopes to make an impact on this side of the pond. Guest host Celeste Headlee speaks with La Havas about what's at the root of her creative process.

La Havas Brings Her Soulful Songs Across The Pond

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