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April 7, 2005 The Peabody Awards recognize NPR's foreign correspondents for their team coverage of the war in Iraq. Listen to some of the stories that garnered the award.
October 4, 1998 Peter Breslow joins the Wyoming Centennial Expedition to climb Mt. Everest. Through a portable satellite phone from the base camp, Breslow gives a report of the excitement, exhilaration and frustration of the American team's struggle.
April 14, 1994 Cigarette manufacturers release a list of 599 substances added to tobacco, most approved by the Food and Drug Administration for use in food. An investigative report by NPR revealed that some of the tobacco additives are toxic.
February 14, 2002 NPR listeners contribute stories commemorating the life and history of the World Trade Center. Some of the most surprising were about weddings. The Sonic Memorial Project uncovered tales of romance and marriage that took place 1,377 feet above sea level.
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July 29, 2002 The women who served as construction guides (stewardesses) of the World Trade Center recall introducing the public to the skyscraper during its construction.
April 7, 2005 Ryan Martin, a 13-year-old boy, was shot in the back, paralyzed from his waist down, and confined to a wheelchair. This story reveals Ryan Martin's adaptation to a new way of life, and demonstrates how the mind can overcome the limitations of the body. This story was originally broadcast on September 12, 1987.
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