January 30, 2013 Al Roker, popular weatherman for NBC's Today show, has a new book called Never Goin' Back. He stopped by NPR NY to talk with Tell Me More Host Michel Martin about the motivation behind his latest project and spread some sunshine with his infectious smile and NPR love.
January 21, 2013 Nashville-based gosepl singer Vicki Yohe recently stopped by NPR for a performance chat with Tell Me More Host Michel Martin. After performing a few of her popular sings, Yohe took to the 88 keys to showed her love for NPR.
January 15, 2013 Ozomatli has always made danceable, family-friendly music, and now they've got an album out just for kids, that parents will like, too. Hear band member Jiro Yamaguchi talk to Tell Me More host Michel Martin about the album Ozomatli Presents OzoKids, and see him sport some NPR love.
January 8, 2013 R&B singer Miguel saved some love for NPR during a visit to our headquarters. There he played a Tiny Desk Concert for NPR Music and shared his story with Tell Me More Host Michel Martin.
January 2, 2013 Director Cameron Crowe and saxophonist Trevor Lawrence talked to NPR guest host Celeste Headlee on the 40th anniversary of Marvin Gaye's only film score, for the movie Trouble Man. And though neither of the two is used to being in front of the camera, they had no trouble posing to show NPR love.
December 26, 2012 Director Peter Ramsey is the first African American to direct a big-budget computer-generated (CG) animation movie. He talked to NPR Host Michel Martin about directing the holiday movie, Rise of the Guardians, and on his way out, gave us a big smile to show some NPR love that's not CG at all.
December 19, 2012 Hip-hop-artist-turned-pastor Rev. Run stopped by NPR to talk with Tell Me More Host Michel Martin and send some NPR pride our way.
December 4, 2012 Grammy-winner Siedah Garrett co-wrote Michael Jackson's mega hit "Man in the Mirror." Garrett spoke with Tell Me More host Michel Martin about trying to keep her composure while talking to the king of pop as "Thriller" turned 30 last week.
November 23, 2012 Danica McKellar, a.k.a. Winnie Cooper, joined Tell Me More to talk about an amazing math teacher she had in middle school, using Barbie to explain ratios and why kids had to sneak her book into school with them. Luckily, she loves NPR, and this doesn't require any math at all.
September 14, 2012 NPR's Tell Me More is holding a Twitter Education Forum (#npredchat) to engage influencers, policymakers, journalists, and activists, and most importantly educators, parents, and students – in a continuing conversation about education reform.
June 29, 2012 Comedian Gabriel Iglesias, who appears in the new film Magic Mike, gave guest host Viviana Hurtado some laughs in an interview on yesterday's Tell Me More. All jokes aside, Gabriel loves NPR.
May 31, 2012 When it comes to out-of-pocket costs for health care, 42 percent of Hispanics say they're a "very serious" problem, according to a recent NPR poll. The finding runs counter to the widespread impression that African-Americans are worst-off when it comes to the cost and quality of health care.
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April 30, 2012 Hosted by Michel Martin, NPR's Tell Me More brings fresh voices and perspectives to public radio. The weekday one-hour program captures the headlines, issues and pleasures relevant to multicultural life in America. Join us in congratulating the program for five successful years on-air- and many more to come.
April 16, 2012 First Lady Michelle Obama disagreed with Tell Me More host Michel Martin's premise that her life in the White House is stressful. She said she gets to work on the issues she cares about and suggested she's surrounded by many supportive people who care for her family. It's President Obama who has the stress, she said, though adding that he handles it well.
With a little help and guidance, epileptic teens can have most of the same experiences as their peers, including learning to drive.
November 29, 2011 Though epilepsy is a serious condition, it can be managed. Parents of teens with epilepsy share tips for helping their children lead full, independent lives.
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