Political Junkie Roadshow/Talk of the Nation in Orlando on Jan. 25

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Crank up your radios, NPR news junkies. "Talk of the Nation" broadcasts live from the WMFE studios in Orlando tomorrow (Wed., Jan. 25) at 2 p.m. Listen in as hosts Neal Conan and Ken Rudin tackle America's true pastime – politics – with insight and good humor live on 90.7 FM. If you miss them on the radio, you can catch them at the Plaza 'Live' Theatre at 7:30 p.m., where they'll appear for the Political Junkie Roadshow – Conan and Rudin will share their insights on Florida's political history and get some in-person reflections from state newsmakers, including Reps. Allen West and Ted Deutch, and a panel of journalists, including Lucy Morgan of the Tampa Bay Times, the Miami Herald's Sergio Bustos and WMFE news director, Mark Simpson. The audience will also be invited to participate on a trivia quiz, the ever-popular Scuttle Button puzzle and other segments fans should already familiar with. This is a free event, but reservations are required. Check out the WMFE website for more details.

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