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Tell Me More leaves WRVO's midday schedule; Q with Jian Ghomeshi moves in
Earlier this year, NPR announced it would end production of Tell Me More with Michel Martin. Currently heard each Monday through Friday at 1 p.m. on WRVO, the last episode of Tell Me More will air on Friday, August 1.
While we're disappointed that Tell Me More will no longer be available, we're pleased to let you know that Q with Jian Ghomeshi will fill the 1 p.m weekday time slot starting August 4. Q is a one-hour arts, culture and entertainment show from the CBC. Q regularly features in-depth conversations with bright minds and provocative voices in the world of culture. From Nobel laureates and Oscar winners to hip-hop artists and pop-chart crooners, Q brings a smart, intimate, fun and feisty conversation to the middle of the day on WRVO. An evening rebroadcast of Q will still be heard each weeknight at 9 p.m.
You'll still hear Michel Martin on NPR, as a contributor to shows like Morning Edition and All Things Considered. And we hope you'll tune in to join Jian Ghomeshi for Q, weekdays at 1 p.m. and 9 p.m., on WRVO.
NPR: If you have questions or comments about NPR's decision to cancel Tell Me More, you can contact NPR's Ombudsman (who is the listeners' advocate) by using their contact form.
WRVO: If you have questions or comments about WRVO's decision to run Q at 1 p.m., please contact Station Manager Bill Drake by emailing him or calling (315) 312-3690.