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Bob Edwards

Bob Edwards is an author and award-winning broadcast journalist who has worked for NPR, Sirius/XM Radio, and other outlets. He has won the duPont-Columbia Award for radio journalism, the Edward R. Murrow Award from the Corporation of Public Broadcasting for outstanding contributions to public radio, and a prestigious Peabody Institutional Award for excellence in broadcasting for his show “Morning Edition with Bob Edwards." Edwards was inducted into the national Radio Hall of Fame in November 2004. 

Edwards has also written two books, including Fridays with Red, about his radio friendship with legendary sportscaster Red Barber, and most recently, Edward R. Murrow and the Birth of Broadcast Journalism.


Articles by this Author

Edward R. Murrow’s radio broadcasts from London, aired live while Nazi bombs fell around him, are classics of journalism – and literature.