Friday

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Barbershop

By Coming Out, Has Jason Collins Changed The Game?

A lot of people have called basketball player Jason Collins a hero for coming out as the first openly gay male athlete in a major American sport. But the Barbershop guys ask if it's heroism or hype.

By Coming Out, Has Jason Collins Changed The Game?
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Wednesday

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Wole Soyinka, Nobel Laureate And Billie Holiday Fan

Nobel laureate Wole Soyinka of Nigeria was recently awarded the prestigious Lifetime Achievement prize from the Anisfield-Wolf Book Awards. For Tell Me More's 'In Your Ear' series, Soyinka shares the music that inspires him.

Wole Soyinka, Nobel Laureate And Billie Holiday Fan
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Tuesday

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Muses And Metaphor

Wrapping Up 'Muses And Metaphor'

Throughout April, Tell Me More has been airing poetic tweets in honor of National Poetry Month. Series curator Holly Bass shares final tweets from celebrated poet Richard Blanco and Canadian listener Bauke Kamstra.

Wrapping Up 'Muses And Metaphor'
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Arts & Life

Listeners Tweet Flowers And Fruitfulness

Tell Me More is celebrating National Poetry Month by hearing poetic tweets from listeners for the 'Muses and Metaphor' series. Today's poems come from Susan Crane of Longmont, Colorado and Phil Boiarski of Galloway, Ohio.

Listeners Tweet Flowers And Fruitfulness
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Thursday

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Arts & Life

Listener Muses About Visions And Cherry Blossoms

Tell Me More is celebrating National Poetry Month by hearing poetic tweets from listeners for the 'Muses and Metaphor' series. Today's poem is about cherry blossoms and it comes from Sarah Jones of Seattle.

Listener Muses About Visions And Cherry Blossoms
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Wednesday

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Tuesday

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Money Coach

Retirement Gone Wrong? How Seniors Can Dig Out Of Debt

Older middle-class Americans are now carrying more credit card debt than younger Americans, according to the AARP. Host Michel Martin speaks with certified financial planner Steve Repak, about ways for seniors to ease the burden.

Retirement Gone Wrong? How Seniors Can Dig Out Of Debt
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Listener Muses About 'Mother's Hair,' Also Known As Cornsilk

Tell Me More celebrates National Poetry Month by hearing poetic tweets from listeners for the 'Muses and Metaphor' series. Today's poem comes from listener Randi Ward, who reads her tweet poem, 'My Mother's Hair.'

Listener Muses About 'Mother's Hair,' Also Known As Cornsilk
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Monday

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