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Remembering Longtime NPR Host Bob Edwards

Remembering Longtime NPR Host Bob Edwards

Update: 2024-02-144
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We remember Peabody award-winning broadcast journalist Bob Edwards, who died on Saturday at the age of 76. He was the first and longest-serving host of NPR's Morning Edition, from the show's inception in 1979 until 2004. Terry Gross recorded two interviews with Edwards.

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Remembering Longtime NPR Host Bob Edwards

Remembering Longtime NPR Host Bob Edwards