Definition of talk show in English:

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  • A chat show, especially one in which listeners, viewers, or the studio audience are invited to participate in the discussion: [as modifier]: a talk-show host
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    • Zeinab discovers why the spread of mobile phones has transformed the radio talk show in Africa.
    • She has also presented a wide range of other programmes including her own talk show, Esther.
    • Initially, it was a little knotty to proceed, as a talk show needed participation from the audience.

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