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TuneIn's editors scour the web for the best interviews radio has to offer, offering insights from personalities big and small on a variety of topics.

TuneIn's editors scour the web for the best interviews radio has to offer, offering insights from personalities big and small on a variety of topics.
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TuneIn's editors scour the web for the best interviews radio has to offer, offering insights from personalities big and small on a variety of topics.

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W. Kamau Bell: 'United Shades of America'

4/14/2016
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Kamau Bell's new travel show takes him to places where he's afraid to go, to examine racism in the United States. (Fresh Air, NPR)

Duration:01:00:00

On Set with Gary Shandling

3/24/2016
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Remember comedian Gary Shandling, who has passed away at 66, with this 2007 Fresh Air interview. (Fresh Air, NPR)

Duration:01:00:00

Loretta Lynn Comes 'Full Circle'

3/3/2016
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With over 50 recorded albums, country music star Loretta Lynn has had a busy 83 years. (Morning Edition, NPR)

Duration:00:07:00

Comedian Trevor Noah

2/18/2016
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The Late Show' host Trevor Noah joins Terry Gross for a wide ranging interview about his parents, early career, and experiences as a global performer. (Fresh Air, NPR)

Duration:01:00:00

David Bowie, 1947-2016

1/14/2016
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Artistic icon David Bowie passed away this week at the age of 69, just after the release of his final album, "Blackstar." In this archived interview from over a decade ago, he analyzes his early career and reminisces about his Ziggy Stardust persona. (Fresh Air, NPR)

Duration:01:00:00

Comedian Billy Crystal

1/10/2016
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Billy Crystal looks back on his career in acting and comedy. (Forum, KQED)

Duration:01:00:00

Martin Sheen's Spiritual Journey

1/5/2016
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Hear a rare conversation with actor Martin Sheen, whose real name is Ramón Estévez, on his spiritual and activist life outside of film. (On Being)

Duration:01:00:00

Linda Ellerbee Signing Off

12/15/2015
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For 25 years, Ellerbee hosted 'Nick News', the first-ever news show for kids. She joins John Hockenberry to discuss her career, and what's next. (The Takeaway, WNYC)

Duration:00:15:00

Lawrence Lessig on Restoring Democracy

12/6/2015
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The Harvard law professor and recent Democratic candidate for president has written a book about how business has corrupted politics, and how to stop it. (Think, KERA)

Duration:01:00:00

Cheryl Strayed

11/19/2015
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The memoirist's new book draws from her work as an advice columnist. (The Brian Lehrer Show, WNYC)

Duration:00:15:00

Margaret Atwood: 'The Heart Goes Last'

10/29/2015
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The ever-prolific author on her latest dystopian novel. (The Diane Rehm Show, WAMU)

Duration:01:00:00

Gloria Steinem's 'Life on the Road'

10/26/2015
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Approaching her 50th year, feminist writer Gloria Steinem discusses her childhood, career, and what she has to look forward to. (Fresh Air, NPR)

Duration:01:00:00

Brandon Stanton's 'Humans of New York'

10/13/2015
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Photographer Brandon Stanton has traveled all over the world to tell the stories of everyday people. His latest journey took him to Greece, where he photographed refugees. (The Brian Lehrer Show, WNYC)

Duration:00:20:00

John Fogerty's Life and Career

10/8/2015
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In his new memoir, John Fogerty takes readers through his early years, through his career with Creedence Clearwater Revival, and beyond. (The Leonard Lopate Show, WNYC)

Duration:00:33:00

Bill Murray

9/17/2015
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Ahead of his 65th birthday, listen back to two interviews with the actor, from 1991 and 1999. (Fresh Air, NPR)

Duration:01:00:00

Frank Warren: Anonymous Secrets

9/10/2015
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PostSecret founder Frank Warren discusses his project, and the significance of the outlet it has provided for people. (Think, KERA)

Duration:01:00:00

Remembering Oliver Sacks

9/3/2015
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The celebrated neurologist and author passed away at 82. Listen back to this 2013 interview, one of his last on-air conversations. (On Point, WBUR)

Duration:01:00:00

'Rad Women A-Z'

8/20/2015
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Author Kate Schatz's new children's books celebrates radical women from all around the world. (Forum, KQED)

Duration:01:00:00

Poet Richard Blanco in Cuba

8/13/2015
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The inaugural poet discusses his reading at the historic flag-raising ceremony in Havana. (All Things Considered, NPR)

Duration:00:10:00

Jon Stewart Wraps Up

8/2/2015
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A week before Jon Stewart final episode of "The Daily Show," listen back to a interview in 2004, when the show won its second Peabody Award. (Fresh Air, NPR)

Duration:00:30:00