Talia Schlanger Talia Schlanger is a host and radio producer at World Cafe.
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Vampire Weekend On World Cafe

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Talia Schlanager Introduces Raina Douris

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Keren Ann performs live for a World Cafe's Sense Of Place, Paris session. Kimberly Junod/WXPN hide caption

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Keren Ann On World Cafe

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Delgres On World Cafe

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Multi-instrumentalist, film composer and rare instrument enthusiast, Marc Chouarain, teaches Talia Schlanger how to play the Theremin. Lesya Matsko/Courtesy of the artist hide caption

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Marc Chouarain's On World Cafe

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The Raconteurs On World Cafe

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Bruce Hornsby On World Cafe

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Japanese Breakfast On World Cafe

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Lee Fields On World Cafe

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Black Pumas On World Cafe

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Ben Lovett of musical group Mumford & Sons created his dream venue in London as a place to foster the community's independent talent. Kevin Winter/Getty Images hide caption

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Ben Lovett On World Cafe

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Another Sky performs at London's Omeara, recorded live for World Cafe. James Boardman/Communion Presents hide caption

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Another Sky On World Cafe

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The Amazons On World Cafe

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