All Things Considered
May 3, 2013 — Many know Natalie Maines as the lead singer of the Dixie Chicks. After some time off, Maines is back with a solo album called Mother, and she came in to talk about it with All Things Considered Host Melissa Block. She didn't stop there either. See her here, showing off some NPR love.
Mar 9, 2013 — Director Jonathan Levine is more comfortable behind the camera, but he posed for us anyway. Hear him talk to NPR's Audie Cornish on All Things Considered about his zombie romantic comedy Warm Bodies.
Jan 9, 2013 — Actress Maya Rudolph and jazz musician Gretchen Lieberum had a band back in college, and now they're back together as Princess, a Prince cover band. While they still might love Prince more, they've clearly reserved some love for NPR.
Dec 18, 2012 — Comedian Rob Delaney will say anything on Twitter to get a laugh, even if it's not something he really believes, but we're pretty sure his love for NPR is the real deal.
Dec 12, 2012 — Actress Keira Knightley plays the title role in Anna Karenina, the latest film adaptation of Leo Tolstoy's classic novel. Knightley joined NPR Host Guy Raz to talk about how she and director Joe Wright went about making a familiar story new, and afterwards was gracious to share her NPR love.
Oct 16, 2012 — While in for an interview with All Things Considered Weekend Host Guy Raz, we snapped a photo of Carol Burnett loving NPR.
Oct 1, 2012 — Looper director Rian Johnson posed to show NPR some love, even though according to him, "guys like me prefer to be on the other side of the camera."
Jul 2, 2012 — Musicians Emily Haines and James Shaw of Metric spoke with NPR's Laura Sullivan on All Things Considered this weekend about the band's new album Synthetica. The pair make a statement about their love for NPR, and perhaps about how to look way cool while casually wearing sunglasses.
Jun 25, 2012 — The Smashing Pumpkins frontman Billy Corgan joined NPR's Guy Raz on All Things Considered yesterday to talk about the band's new album Oceania. Billy didn't hold back on showing some NPR love during his visit. Rock on.
Jun 21, 2012 — Sen. Marco Rubio talked to NPR's Robert Siegel about his evolution from liberal child to Tea Party darling. The senator viewed as a potential Republican vice presidential choice has just released a new memoir.