The Bob Edwards Show is an American radio program presented by Sirius XM Satellite Radio every weekday morning at 8 a.m. Eastern, with repeats at 8 a.m. Central, 7 a.m. Pacific, 6 p.m. Mountain, and the next day at 7 a.m. Eastern. The program can be heard on the Sirius XM Public Radio station at XM channel 121 and Sirius channel 205, and is also available 24/7 on XM Radio Online and Sirius Internet Radio. The show's last live episode aired on September 26, 2014. Public Radio International, which pays Sirius XM to broadcast the show on weekends, will continue to air reruns.

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  • The Bob Edwards Show is an American radio program presented by Sirius XM Satellite Radio every weekday morning at 8 a.m. Eastern, with repeats at 8 a.m. Central, 7 a.m. Pacific, 6 p.m. Mountain, and the next day at 7 a.m. Eastern. The program can be heard on the Sirius XM Public Radio station at XM channel 121 and Sirius channel 205, and is also available 24/7 on XM Radio Online and Sirius Internet Radio. The show is hosted by Bob Edwards, a Peabody Award-winning member of the National Radio Hall of Fame. Edwards was once the co-host of National Public Radio's All Things Considered, and hosted NPR's Morning Edition from the first episode to April 30, 2004 when he was reassigned to another position within NPR, despite email objections from more than 50,000 listeners. Edwards left his new assignment almost immediately, as Hugh Panero, CEO of XM Radio, offered Edwards a daily show. The Bob Edwards Show continues the tradition of interviewing interesting people in all walks of life that Edwards exemplified on Morning Edition, but now in long form. Edwards told the NewsHour with Jim Lehrer's Terrance Smith, "The longest interview I could do on the air for Morning Edition was eight minutes. Now I can interview someone for up to an hour. So it's a freer, more open, more relaxed and enjoyable conversation. The program's really about conversation." The show's first broadcast was on October 4, 2004, staffed by experienced public radio veterans. The first program included weekly political commentator Washington Post columnist David S. Broder, USA Today Supreme Court reporter Joan Biskupic, former CBS News anchor Walter Cronkite, and Eugene Robinson, author of Last Dance in Havana. The show's last live episode aired on September 26, 2014. Public Radio International, which pays Sirius XM to broadcast the show on weekends, will continue to air reruns. (en)
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  • The Bob Edwards Show is an American radio program presented by Sirius XM Satellite Radio every weekday morning at 8 a.m. Eastern, with repeats at 8 a.m. Central, 7 a.m. Pacific, 6 p.m. Mountain, and the next day at 7 a.m. Eastern. The program can be heard on the Sirius XM Public Radio station at XM channel 121 and Sirius channel 205, and is also available 24/7 on XM Radio Online and Sirius Internet Radio. The show's last live episode aired on September 26, 2014. Public Radio International, which pays Sirius XM to broadcast the show on weekends, will continue to air reruns. (en)
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