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Bob Edwards hosted this popular NPR news magazine show for over twenty years before leaving in May 2004. The timely reports and interviews on current events, arts, and sports continue with the familiar voices of Steve Inskeep, Renée Montagne, Susan Stamberg, Madeleine Brand, Juan Williams, Frank Deford, Baxter Black, Cokie Roberts, Jean Cochran, Carl Kasell, and Alex Chadwick (leading NPR's Radio Expeditions series in partnership with the National Geographic Society). Thirteen million public radio listeners start their day with Morning Edition!


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