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Tell Me More is a National Public Radio daytime interview show hosted by journalist Michel Martin. Tell Me More was first introduced in a novel way; it was made available online in December 2006 through an "open piloting" program called "Rough Cuts." Martin and the show's producers provided a regular podcast and blog on NPR's website, testing show ideas, offering sample segments, and soliciting user feedback. It began broadcasting on April 30, 2007.[1]


Regular features

  • The Barber shop: Jimi Izrael moderates a weekly all-male segment covering topics related to minority communities
  • Dispatches: reports from NPR News correspondents based in Africa, the Caribbean and the Americas
  • Faith Matters: a forum of spiritual leaders from some of the major faith traditions discussing issues of public concern
  • Mocha Moms: a national support group for stay-at-home mothers of color sharing opinions on family issues
  • Political Chat: a political roundtable of analysts, editorial writers and columnists
  • Postcards: listener-contributed content about life-changing travel experiences
  • Wisdom Watch: featuring thoughts of distinguished "elder statespeople," including thinkers, scholars and activists


Regular contributors include syndicated columnist Ruben Navarette, blogger Jimi Izrael, human rights lawyer Arsalan Iftikhar, Nick Charles, East/West Magazine editor Anita Malik, media commentator Keith Boykin and Harriette Cole, lifestyle editor at Ebony magazine.[1]


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