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Maya Angelou Interviews Oprah for Black History Month Radio Special
Oprah switches roles as an interviewee this month for Dr. Maya Angelou's third annual Black History Month radio program, "Telling Our Stories." During an intimate conversation with Maya Angelou, Oprah discusses her road to chairman and CEO of The Oprah Winfrey Network and her upcoming role in the Lee Daniels film The Butler.
The special airs in February on more than 175 public radio stations nationwide. Maya Angelou also speaks with Grammy Award-winning singers Alicia Keys and Jennifer Hudson, former Secretary-General of the United Nations Kofi Annan, and Golden Globe-winning actress and playwright Regina Taylor.
In a recent interview with The Associated Press, Maya Angelou said she wanted to do the series on black history "a way that you get it and don't even know you got it."
Find out when the program is airing in your area and more details at mayaangelouonpublicradio.com.