Friday marks the end of an era for NPR’s All Things Considered. After 30 years co-anchoring All Things Considered, Robert Seigel is about to step away from the microphone.
Siegel joined NPR as a newscaster in 1976 and has been there ever since. He has had a 40-year career in journalism and helped shape NPR’s international reporting and national coverage. He started hosting All Things Considered in 1987.