It would be easy for an interview show to get stale after you’ve hosted nearly 200 guests.

Each guest brings a unique perspective, thanks to a roster that includes a little bit of everyone: community activists, chefs, politicians, educators and more.

Each guest brings a unique perspective, thanks to a roster that includes a little bit of everyone: community activists, chefs, politicians, educators and more.

Fortunately, that’s not what you’ll get with “MoxieTalk,” an intimate half-hour interview program that is available online and through podcast, as well as MetroTV, WBNA21 and KET. Since the show first premiered in 2005, host and producer Kirt Jacobs has met with 199 guests and interviewed them about their lives. Though he’s gotten the format of the show down to a science, Jacobs says it’s the guests that keep the show fresh and fascinating.

“They’re like fingerprints,” he says. “No two guests are alike.”

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