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Ed Bradley's First Love

From: Murray Street Productions
Length: 07:43

WETA's David Ginder interviews Ed Bradley Read the full description.

Ebradleypxb_small Ed Bradley talks about his love for radio in a piece originally aired on WETA's "Out and About." The interview was recorded in April 2006.

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Ed Bradley talks about his love for radio in a piece originally aired on WETA's "Out and About." The interview was recorded in April 2006.

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Review of Ed Bradley's First Love

Ed Bradley's recent and untimely death make this piece all the more relevant. Bradley talks jazz music, and radio. This should be used as a drop into ATC or morning edition as a fitting tribute the late newscaster.

Broadcast History

Aired on WETA's "Out and About" on
June 10, 2006 and
June II, 2006