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12:00 pm
Wed May 1, 2013

Wole Soyinka, Nobel Laureate And Billie Holiday Fan

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Latin America
12:00 pm
Wed May 1, 2013

Obama Crosses The Border

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I'm Michel Martin and this is TELL ME MORE from NPR News. We are going to spend some time today talking about relationships across borders, especially the southern border. Later, we will hear about a practice called medical repatriation that's been documented by a law school think tank. Researchers there claim that a number of hospitals around the country have been sending undocumented patients back to their home countries, even while they're unconscious, to avoid paying for expensive care.

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Muses And Metaphor
12:15 pm
Tue April 30, 2013

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.

Politics
12:12 pm
Tue April 30, 2013

President Obama ... All Talk, No Action?

Host Michel Martin continues her conversation about the first 100 days of President Obama's second term. She turns to two Americans with different perspectives on the president's record so far. Tracey Winbush is an Assistant Treasurer of the Ohio Republican Party, and Aracely Panameno is Director of Latino Affairs at the Center for Responsible Lending.

Politics
12:12 pm
Tue April 30, 2013

Politicos Grade Obama's First 100 Days

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I'm Michel Martin and this is TELL ME MORE from NPR News. Today marks the 100th day of President Obama's second term. At his inauguration he set up an ambitious agenda and revived his campaign theme of hope.

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Books
11:50 am
Mon April 29, 2013

Tourism Today: Trample, Disrupt and Destroy

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Holidays overseas were once so rare for the average person in this country, that families would throw parties to show their vacation photos as slide shows. It's hard to remember that time now when it's relatively unremarkable for Americans to jet off to far-flung locations. Traveling for pleasure was once a hobby for the well off. It's now a $6.5 trillion industry worldwide that employs one out of every 12 people in the world.

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Theater
11:50 am
Mon April 29, 2013

Behind The Curtain Of 'Disgraced'

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This is TELL ME MORE from NPR News. I'm Celeste Headlee. Michel Martin is away. Coming up, the story of one of the world's biggest and most destructive industries, tourism. Author Elizabeth Becker talks about the explosion in travel since the Cold War.

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The Opinion Page
11:50 am
Mon April 29, 2013

Jazz Diva Jane Monheit Gets To The Heart Of The Matter

Originally published on Wed May 1, 2013 1:43 pm

Growing as a musician is often a balancing act of challenging yourself without alienating your fans. For jazz diva Jane Monheit, maturity has given her singing new depth, and has given her new confidence as a performer. Guest host Celeste Headlee speaks with the Grammy nominated vocalist about her latest album The Heart of the Matter.

Politics
12:23 pm
Fri April 26, 2013

Why Can't Traumatic Events Bring Politicians Together?

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This is TELL ME MORE from NPR News. I'm Celeste Headlee. Coming up, an unexpected death can be a test of faith for just about anyone, but what happens when that death is a suicide? We'll talk about that in just a few minutes, but first when it comes to politics it's become something of a cliché to say 9/11 changed everything. And in the immediate days following those terrorist attacks, Republicans and Democrats came together.

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Arts & Life
12:23 pm
Fri April 26, 2013

Listeners Tweet Flowers And Fruitfulness

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And next, the latest in our series, Muses and Metaphor. We're celebrating National Poetry Month by hearing your tweet poems. Today's first poem is from artist and writer Susan Crane of Longmont, Colorado. Here she is.

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