February 1, 2013 NPR Middle East Correspondent Deborah Amos has given voice to the Arab Spring for our listeners through her reporting from the region. On her most recent trip to the U.S., she talked about what it has all meant and some lighter topics, like her favorite TV show and pedometers, for example.
January 18, 2013 We took over the quiz reigns to (lightly) grill our Ask Me Another Puzzle Guru on his life on and off stage. Among his answers: Dipthongs, Dr. Who, and a "horde of writers I keep chained in the NPR basement." Get to know NPR's Art Chung in the latest ProFile.
January 5, 2013 A year into joining NPR as CEO, Gary E. Knell has been busy with official biz - visiting stations, serving as chief fundraiser, and learning the ins and outs of radio. But he has a life too. Find out what you don't know about the dad; sports fan; beer, burger, bagel-loving guy at the head of NPR.
December 27, 2012 NPR Global Health and Development Correspondent Jason Beaubien travels the world reporting on famines and wars, interviewing Nobel laureates and preachers, and covering the world's most prevalent and troublesome health issues. But on Sundays, he's on pancake duty.
November 20, 2012 NPR Religion Correspondent Barbara Bradley Hagerty shares a little insight into life when the mic is off, including the real story on her phantom twitter account.
November 8, 2012 NPR Host and Correspondent Rachel Martin offers insight into her exciting year - marriage, a baby and a year-long stint hosting Weekend Edition Sunday. It's part of our ProFile series introducing the people behind our programming, the diverse and inspired personalities that make NPR, well, NPR.
October 24, 2012 NPR Host and Correspondent David Greene answers a few questions to kick off a new series of profiles introducing the people behind our programming. Featuring both journalists and staff, 'the ProFile' shows off the diverse and inspired personalities that make NPR, well, NPR.