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"Tavis Talks" represents the return to daily radio for award-winning broadcaster Tavis Smiley. With his trademark high-energy, conversational, probing style, "Tavis Talks" is a news and opinion program that engages high-profile guests to enlighten and empower online listeners.

On-Demand Episodes

Tavis Talks: David Dinkins on Tom Bradley. In a wide ranging interview, Tavis and the former Mayor of New York City discuss the legacy of Los Angeles Mayor Tom Bradley, who was inaugurated 40 years ago this week. Bradley served five... more

Tavis Talks: UCLA Kidney Swap. Tavis Smiley interviews four patients involved in a massive kidney swap and the doctor who organized it.

Tavis Talks: Patricia Cornwell. The noted crime author discusses her new Scarpetta novel, "Dust," which deals with the Newtown massacre.

Tavis Talks: Keith David. The accomplished actor gives Tavis Smiley a sneak peek at his new Fox sitcom, "Enlisted."

Tavis Talks: Linda Ronstadt. The music legend discusses her new book, "Simple Dreams," and talks about holiday traditions with Tavis Smiley.

Tavis Talks: David and Joe Henry. The authors discuss their new book, "Furious Cool," about the life of Richard Pryor.

Tavis Talks: Roy Choi. The famed chef stops by Tavis's studio to discuss his new book, "L.A. Son."

Hear the best bits from Tavis Smiley's BlogTalkRadio show, including an interview with music stars Straight No Chaser who have worked with Sir Paul McCartney on a new version of his classic "Wonderful Christmas Time." Plus Dr Daniel... more

Tavis Talks: Iyanla Vanzant. The star of "Iyanla Fix My Life" on the OWN network discus her hit show, as well as her new book titled "Forgiveness: 21 days to Forgive Everyone for Everything."

Tavis Talks: "Straight No Chaser." Tavis Smiley interviews members of the singing group "Straight No Chaser" about their collaboration with Sir Paul McCartney, a new version of the hit song "Wonderful Christmas Time."

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