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'Doing it from the heart': Susan Stamberg reflects on 45 years at NPR

Jul 28, 2016

Susan Stamberg was the first woman to anchor a national nightly news broadcast in the U.S. She has been on staff at NPR since the network began in 1971. She currently serves as a special correspondent.

This talk with KUOW’s Marcie Sillman covers the early days of NPR; Stamberg’s creation of Weekend Edition, which included her promotion of Click and Clack and Will Shortz; and her passion for arts and culture reporting.

Robert Jacobs-Springer recorded their conversation in the KUOW performance studio on July 25.