Robert Siegel Retires From NPR The longtime host and correspondent began his career with NPR in 1976 and hosted All Things Considered for 30 years.
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Robert Siegel Retires From NPR

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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Radio Silence, a cocktail developed by Damon Boelte of the Grand Army Bar in Brooklyn to honor Robert Siegel. Jenna Sterner/NPR hide caption

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The Ultimate Cocktail To Send Off An NPR Host: 'Radio Silence'

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Robert Siegel opened NPR's first overseas bureau in London. He was posted there from 1979 to 1983. NPR hide caption

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From Uptalk To Downtown 'New Yawk,' Robert Siegel Explored How We Speak

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30 Years Of Criminal Justice Reporting From Robert Siegel

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