Edwards, former host of NPR's Morning Edition, was reassigned just last week and is now a senior correspondent for NPR. He is the author of the new book Edward R. Murrow and the Birth of Broadcast Journalism. Edwards is also the author of Fridays with Red, about his radio friendship with legendary sportscaster Red Barber.
A Host of NPR's All Things Considered Linda Wertheimer. She has been with NPR since the network first went on the air with All Things Considered, May 3, 1971. Wertheimer recently came out with a book that looks back at some of the key events in American history as they were covered by NPR stations: Linda Wertheimer's Listening to America: Twenty-Five years in the Life of a Nation as Heard on National Public Radio (Houghton Mifflin). It was released May 29, 1995. The book marked the 25th Anniversary of the founding of NPR not ATC. (REBROADCAST FROM 4/5/95)
Wertheimer has been with NPR since the network first went on the air with All Things Considered, May 3, 1971, which she now hosts. Wertheimer has come out with a book that looks back at some of the key events in American history as they were covered by NPR sations, called Listening to America.
Siegel has co-anchored the nightly news program All Things Considered since 1987. He opened NPR's London Bureau in 1979, and was appointed as Director of the News and Information Department in 1983. Siegel has just edited "The NPR Interviews, 1994." This interview was recorded last Thursday in front of an audience at the WHYY studios.
The NPR broadcast journalist was co-host of the award-winning news magazine "All Things Considered" for fourteen years and the host of the Sunday show "Weekend Edition" from its inception in 1987. She's collected her favorite interviews from the past two decades in a new book, called "Talk."
Journalist John Hockenberry. For the past two years he's been National Public Radio's foreign correspondent in the Middle East, where he covered events from his wheelchair. He's also served as host for "All Things Considered," "SoundPrint," and other shows. In 1987 he won a Peabody and in 1988, a Unity in Media award. In March, he'll be hosting "Heat," a new nightly interview, performance, and call-in show over NPR.