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  1. Nov 19, 2021 · November 19, 2010 • Susan Stamberg first broadcast her mother-in-law's "sounds terrible, tastes terrific" relish recipe on All Things Considered in 1972. This year, she asked rapper and chef...

  2. May 3, 2021 · SUSAN STAMBERG, BYLINE: I may be ALL THINGS CONSIDERED's longest listener. I was on the very original staff. That's right - 50 years ago. CORNISH: NPR's own Susan Stamberg - she went on to...

  3. Jun 23, 2021 · Susan Stamberg, the first full-time woman anchor of a national nightly news broadcast, played an important role in making National Public Radio (NPR) a news organization that offered pioneering opportunities to women journalists. She has broken gender barriers while presenting herself as a vital, womanly presence in a male-dominated media world. Succeeding as a pioneer news anchor, she also has won acclaim as a top interviewer of a diverse array of individuals.

  4. Apr 28, 2021 · Susan Stamberg co-hosted All Things Considered from 1972 until 1986 — she's the first woman to anchor a daily national news program in America. She is now an NPR special correspondent. NPR On...

  5. Nov 20, 2020 · As Susan Stamberg learned long after its radio debut, her mother-in-law got the recipe from a 1959 New York Times clipping of Craig Claiborne's recipe for cranberry relish. In 1993, Claiborne...

  6. Actress. Susan Stamberg was born on September 7, 1938 in Newark, New Jersey, USA. She is an actress, known for The Siege (1998), Alive from Off Center (1984) and Yoo-Hoo, Mrs. Goldberg (2009). She was previously married to Louis Collins Stamberg.

  7. Jan 13, 2009 · Behind The Lens, These Women Created Photographs That Leap Over Decades. Two current museum exhibitions — The Woman Who Broke Boundaries at the Dali Museum and The New Woman Behind the Camera at the Metropolitan Museum of Art — celebrate women photographers. Susan Stamberg. @stamberg.

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