Dec 25, 2017 · Robert Siegel On Why He Still Loves Beethoven's Symphony No. 7 December 25, 2017 • The second movement of Beethoven's Symphony No. 7 is a powerful and haunting piece of classical music. It's also a...
Robert Charles Siegel (born June 26, 1947) is a retired American radio journalist. He was one of the co-hosts of the National Public Radio evening news broadcast All Things Considered from 1987 until his retirement in January 2018.
Jan 05, 2018 · Robert Siegel hosted NPR's All Things Considered for 30 years. He retires after working at NPR for over 40 years.
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Robert Siegel, a senior host of NPR's award-winning evening newsmagazine All Things Considered, got started in radio news when he was a college freshman in 1964. He's still at it. As a host, Siegel has reported from Western Europe, Eastern Europe, and Israel. He now concentrates on domestic stories.
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Jan 04, 2018 · Siegel joined NPR in 1976 as a newscaster, a position he thought he’d hold for two years before relocating to “a real city — meaning New York” and getting a job in a “real medium — meaning television.”
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Apr 12, 2005 · NPR’s Robert Siegel spent several weeks in Israel, reporting from the region and filing at least fourteen stories. Although he was there during the February 25 terrorist attack on a Tel Aviv nightspot, he did not cover the breaking story or do a follow-up on the victims.
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Interview by Robert Siegel of NPR's "All Things Considered" Secretary Colin L. Powell Washington, DC October 11, 2002 (4:10 p.m. EDT) QUESTION: Joining us now is the American diplomat in chief, Secretary of State Colin Powell.