Talk may refer to:
- Conversation, interactive communication between two or more people
- Speech, the production of a spoken language
- Interaction, face to face conversations
Other articles related to "talk":
... "It's My Life" is a song by the British synthpop band Talk Talk ... Written by Mark Hollis and Tim Friese-Greene, it was the title track on the band's second album in 1984 ...
... WBOK has returned to the air as of 11/3/2007 with an urban music and talk format, the station would work as an outlet for black political leaders to voice their opinion on matters because they felt as thought he ... The new format, “Talk Back Talk Black” marks a significant development in African American political life post-Katrina ... Whether or not the “Talk Back Talk Black” radio format can find advertisers to ensure economic viability remains to be seen, especially given the decimation of ...
... a short-lived Saturday breakfast show on talk radio station City Talk 105.9 in Liverpool ... City Talk later used the now infamous phrase that led to his resignation as part of their launch marketing for the station ...
... Talk (film) Talk (magazine) Talk show, a broadcast program format Talk radio, a radio format Talk (play) ...
... (including a period broadcasting Sports), the station switched to a news/talk format in 2002 ... The talk format ended on November 15, 2005 and was briefly replaced with urban music, until WIBR debuted an African-American oriented "urban talk" format ... The station featured a lineup of syndicated talk shows mostly produced by Radio One, including a program hosted by Rev ...
Famous quotes containing the word talk:
“Ideas are only lethal if you suppress and dont discuss them. Ignorance is not bliss, its stupid. Banning books shows you dont trust your kids to think and you dont trust yourself to be able to talk to them.”
—Anna Quindlen (b. 1952)
“Suppose we think while we talk or writeI mean, as we normally dowe shall not in general say that we think quicker than we talk, but the thought seems not to be separate from the expression.”
—Ludwig Wittgenstein (18891951)
“When Sir Robert Walpole was dying, he told Ranby his surgeon that he desired his body might be opened. Ranby acting great horror cried, Good God, my Lord, dont talk of that! Nay, said Sir Robert, it will not be till I am dead, and that I shall not feel itnor you neither.”
—Horace Walpole (17171797)