Broadcast Live 8PM Every Tuesday
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Let Them Talk came into existence at WBAI in New York City in 1992 when I began broadcasting a two hour program of eclectic musings after midnight every Wednesday. I focused on reasons behind the rampant homelessness and poverty that characterized NYC at the time. In 1997 I was fortunate enough to link up with the brilliant and radiant Miss Joan Marie Moossy, a filmmaker and actress from New Orleans. Together we broadened the show to encompass the arts and national political issues such as the Foreign Intelligence Surveillance Act. After a stint producing the Gary Null Show we decided to create a public access TV program based on the radio show. Let Them Talk-live on Manhattan Neighborhood Network began broadcasting in March of 2006. Each Tuesday we've introduced cable TV viewers in Manhattan and on the Internet to some of the most interesting people in the world. Recent guests include a gay former US Marine actor and writer, the father of a teenager who died while in police custody, a young songwriter and opera singer and the 98th birthday of Prof. Irwin Corey who began his career on stage during the vaudeville era. These are just a few of the topical and fascinating stories and personalities we bring you every week on Let Them Talk.