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The Curious Listener: Keeping Up With Cokie

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Many public radio fans have a favorite host, newscaster, journalist or puzzler, so this week's example letter from The Curious Listener series goes out to everyone with an NPR heartthrob.

One enthusiastic NPR listener wrote in asking how to find reports from his favorite NPR contributor - Cokie Roberts — who appears every Monday on Morning Edition.

Find out how to keep up with Cokie in this listener letter and the answer from NPR Listener Services:

Please let me know where,when, how to listen to Cokey [Cokie] Roberts. She is one of the smartest people in America. Please send her my love and very best wishes.

Thank you.

From James

Maplewood, New Jersey

Dear James,

Thank you for contacting NPR.

We are grateful for your comments to NPR News. Your feedback is important to us, and your thoughts have been noted.

You can listen to any or all of Cokie's pieces by clicking on the links below her biography: http://www.npr.org/people/2101090/cokie-roberts. Whenever she appears on Morning Edition, that list will be updated.

NPR is always delighted to hear from listeners.

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

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