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Scott Simon Discusses "Weekend Edition."

Scott Simon is a longtime NPR journalist who is known as being sensitive, versatile, and excellent at writing prose. Simon has worked for "Morning Edition" and "All Things Considered." Simon and Jay Kernis are the co-creators of the new NPR radio program "Weekend Edition." Simon will serve as the shows host. Simon joins the show to discuss his career and the new show.


Other segments from the episode on February 18, 1986

Fresh Air with Terry Gross, February 18, 1986: Interview with Scott Simon; Interview with Jay Kernis.


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