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NPR’s Bob Edwards joins Diane for a look back at his 20 years as host of Morning Edition. Back in 1979, he was asked to fill in until NPR found a permanent morning host. Today he’s still coming into work at 2 a.m. each weekday so 9 million of us can get our first dose of the day’s news.
- Bob Edwards Former long-time host of NPR's Morning Edition, is also the author of "Fridays with Red."
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