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When Susan Stamberg started anchoring All Things Considered on National Public Radio in 1972, she was the only woman broadcasting nightly news on nationwide radio or television. She modeled herself after her male colleagues, because I thought that'
Stamberg has been inducted into the National Radio Hall of Fame and earned many awards and honorary degrees. After hosting All Things Considered for 14 years, Stamberg switched to Weekend Edition Sunday and now works as a guest host for Morning
After President Obama was re-elected last November, NPR's Linton Weeks asked: Do we really need a second inauguration ? "Obama's first inauguration in 2009 was historic and symbolic and arguably a meeting-up point for a lost nation. Now, four years
Jim Pearce Published: 2012-09-10 All About Jazz is celebrating Jim Pearce's birthday today! Pianist / Composer/ Singer Jim Pearce has released 6 Jazz CD's. The latest being I\'m in the Twilight of a Mediocre Career which hit #1 on the JazzWeek Jazz
Today is the 100th anniversary of the birth of Gene Kelly, and in his honor NPR had a nice segment this morning, by Susan Stamberg. You can listen to it here, or read a print version ; both with quotes from Edward Villella and Arlene Croce, Kelly's
Eyder Peralta It could very well end up being the song of this summer. Carly Rae Jepsen's "Call Me Maybe," a sunny pop song about a nascent crush, is No...But, perhaps the bigger sign that it has just creeped everywhere is when someone on the
My Life in Radio (University Press of Kentucky, $21.95), Edwards details his rise with the public radio startup in 1974 to his dismissal in 2004, telling his side of the breakup story for the first time. Edwards, who appears Saturday at Miami Book
Jim Pearce Published: 2011-09-10 All About Jazz is celebrating Jim Pearce's birthday today! Pianist / Composer/ Singer Jim Pearce has released 6 Jazz CD's. The latest being I\'m in the Twilight of a Mediocre Career which hit #1 on the JazzWeek Jazz
The uprising presents the greatest challenge to the 40-year rule of one family and one party, in a complex country that is pivotal to stability in the region. Guest host Susan Stamberg speaks with NPR's Deborah Amos, one of a small group of western
Spanish cyclist Alberto Contador is favored to win the Tour this year, but he's caught up in a doping scandal...Guest host Susan Stamberg speaks with Bicycling Magazine's Joe Lindsey, who's covering this year's race.