talk show

noun
a radio or television show in which a host interviews or chats with guests, especially celebrity guests.

Origin:
1960–65

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talk show
 
n
1.  a television or radio show in which guests discuss controversial topics or personal issues
2.  US name for chat show

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Example sentences
It was being broadcast on a radio talk show, and everybody on the road was
  tuned in to the same program.
Many of us involved in the program were interviewed by journalists and talk
  show hosts.
To watch it in progress, succeeding and failing in about equal measure, watch
  late night talk show monologues.
The talk show host, as the saying goes, is invited to bed with viewers every
  night.
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