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Robert Siegel hosted NPR's All Things Considered for 30 years. He retires after working at NPR for over 40 years. Stephen Voss/NPR hide caption

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Robert Siegel Retires From NPR

NPR Host Robert Siegel Signs Off

The native New Yorker came to NPR in Washington, D.C., 40 years ago on what he hoped was an unfortunate but necessary detour. Now, after three decades hosting All Things Considered, he's retiring.

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For 30 years, Robert Siegel hosted NPR's All Things Considered. He retires Friday after 40 years with the network. John W. Poole/NPR hide caption

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The James Beard Awards are known as the Oscars of the food world. Now several past winners, including chefs Mario Batali and John Besh, face allegations of sexual harassment. This year, the awards committee is asking judges to consider character and culture in nominating chefs and restaurants for the awards. Thomas Barwick/Getty Images hide caption

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Robert Siegel hosted NPR's All Things Considered for 30 years. He retires after working at NPR for over 40 years. Stephen Voss/NPR hide caption

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NPR Host Robert Siegel Signs Off

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