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NPR reassigns its longtime morning voice

By Joseph P. Kahn
Globe Staff / March 24, 2004

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To the ears of National Public Radio listeners, few sounds have been more comforting or thought-provoking than the genteel voice of Bob Edwards, the longtime host of "Morning Edition." Yesterday it was announced that Edwards, who is 56, will vacate his NPR anchor's chair at the end of April and become a senior correspondent for the network. (Full Article: 742 Words)

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