Bob Edwards

Bob Edwards is a Peabody Award-winning member of the National Radio Hall of Fame and the first broadcaster with a large national following to join the field of satellite radio. He gained fame as first host of National Public Radio's flagship program, Morning Edition. Other public radio credits include host of Bob Edwards Weekend, which was distributed by Public Radio International.

Bob began his satellite radio career as host of Award-winning The Bob Edwards Show on Sirius XM Radio. The documentary An Occupational Hazzard: Rape in the Military received the Robert F. Kennedy Journalism Award; the program Stories from Third Med: Surviving a Jungle ER received the Sigma Delta Chi Award; the documentary The Invisible—Children Without Homes received Edward R. Murrow and United Nations Gold Awards; and the documentary Exploding Heritage received National Press Club's Robert L. Kozic and New York Festivals Gold World Awards.