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Bob Edwards

Bob Edwards Dies: NPR’s Longtime ‘Morning Edition’ Host Was 76

Edwards joined NPR in 1974 as a newscaster before going on to co-host the flagship news program ‘All Things Considered.’

GO, JOHNNY, GO!, bottom left: Alan Freed, 2nd left: Chuck Berry, Jackie Wilson, 1959.

The Ultimate Doo-Wop, Rock & Motown Trivia Quiz

Smokey Robinson was the founder and frontman of which Motown group? Take our quiz and find out!

The Lone Ranger from left: Clayton Moore, Jay Silverheels, 1949-57

‘Hi Yo Silver, Away!’: ‘The Lone Ranger’ Rode into Our Hearts in 1933

Can you remember his moral creed?

Gilligan's Island Bob Denver, 1964-1967

Did You Know ‘Gilligan’s Island’ Star Bob Denver & His Wife Hosted Their Own Radio Show?

It was called “Denver and Denver.”

Radio personality Jim Ladd speaks at The Midnight Mission's 11th Annual Golden Hearts Awards on May 9, 2011 in Beverly Hills, California

Jim Ladd, Iconic L.A. Disc Jockey Dies at 75

He had one of the most memorable voices in classic rock radio.

Actor Danny Bonaduce speaks during a segment of

‘Partridge Family’ Star Danny Bonaduce Announces Retirement From Newer Job

The former child star also shared where is he going to retire.

BOB HOPE 1971 CHRISTMAS USO TOUR -- Aired 01/14/1971 -- Pictured: Host Bob Hope

Bob Hope: A Long & Storied Career With the USO

Remembering Bob Hope on the anniversary of his death and his massive support for the USO during wartimes.

American Top 40 Countdown! Casey Kasem’s First Show July 4, 1970

It’s the best-selling and most played songs from the Atlantic to the Pacific, from Canada to Mexico on July 4, 1970.

Digitally restored, vintage black-and-white World War II photo of American troops wading ashore on Omaha Beach during the D-Day invasion on June 6, 1944. The photo is taken from the perspective of the photographer standing in a landing craft behind the soldiers who are leaving the lander and heading through the surf toward the beach.

CBS Radio’s June 6, 1944 Broadcasts Offer a Fascinating Perspective on D-Day

Relive what radio listeners on the home front were hearing from early June 6 to early June 7, 1944, as news of the D-Day invasion began coming in.