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The Curious Listener: A Host Of Updates Behind The Mic

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Sometimes our listeners are surprised not to hear an NPR host or reporter in their regular on-air spot. Have no fear, your favorites are probably still here – just in a different role.

For example, you may have noticed a new sound to some NPR weekend shows - Rachel Martin moving into a permanent spot hosting Weekend Edition Sunday, and the longtime voice of All Things Considered on Saturdays and Sundays, Guy Raz, is picking up as with the TED Radio Hour starting this spring.

Check out this exchange with NPR Listener Services to find out about other hosting updates, and visit npr.org/stations for the latest programming and schedules in your city.

Hello!

When is Audie Cornish returning to host Weekend Edition - Sunday? I thought she was only going to be away during the presidential election. I miss her!

Sandra

Aptos, CA


Dear Sandra,

Thank you for contacting NPR.

Audie Cornish will continue to co-host All Things Considered. Rachel Martin is the permanent host of Weekend Edition Sunday. You can learn more about the changes here: http://www.npr.org/blogs/thetwo-way/2013/01/03/168531534/nprs-michele-norris-returning-as-host-special-correspondent.

We are always delighted to hear from listeners. Please let us know if we can be of further assistance.

Thank you for listening to NPR, and for your continued support of public broadcasting. For the latest news and information, visit NPR.org.

Sincerely,

Erin

NPR Audience Partnership
202-513-3232
www.npr.org

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