WebXtra: Who's Who in Public Radio?

Michael Barone 68
Host of Pipedreams, a 20-year-old Minnesota Public Radio show dedicated to organs, St. Paul, Minn.

Robert Krulwich 69
Co-host of Radio Lab, New York

Cathy Shaw 73
Editor, national desk at NPR, Washington, DC

Paul Brown 74
Newscaster and reporter, NPR, Washington, DC

Kathleen Schalch 78
Reporter, national desk at NPR, Washington, DC

Jeffrey Lunden ’80
A popular theater composer and freelance radio producer whose arts and music stories have been heard on NPR’s All Things Considered, Morning Edition, Performance Today and Weekend Edition, as well as PRI’s Studio 360, Marketplace, and The Savvy Traveler.

Jocelyn Ford 81
Beijing bureau chief of Marketplace, Beijing, China

David Greene 82
Associate Producer of Car Talk, Cambridge, Mass.

Rolf Semprbon ’82
Volunteer and writer/producer of a monthly radio theater show called The Ubu Hour at at KBOO 90.7 in Portland.

Jon Hamilton 83
Reporter, science desk at NPR, Washington, DC

Helen Barrington '84
Program Director at WFCR-FM, Amherst, MA

Judy Finn 84
Producer of The Changing World, a weekly, hour-long series of BBC documentaries produced by PRI in Boston

Susannah Erler 87
Public radio grant writer and former station manager at WQUB, the NPR affiliate in Quincy, Ill.

Joe Richman 87
Founder and producer of Radio Diaries and producer and reporter for All Things Considered, New York

Josh Karpf '88
Cofounder, Equal Time for Freethought, WBAI-FM, New York, N.Y.

Alex Blumberg 89
Producer of This American Life, Chicago

Lisa Phillips 90
Author of Public Radio: Behind the Voices, Woodstock, N.Y.

Daniel Ash 92
Vice president of strategic communications at Chicago Public Radio

Alix Spiegel 94
Founding producer of This American Life and reporter for All Things Considered, Washington, DC

Jad Abumrad 95
Co-host of Radio Lab, New York

Benjamin Shaw ’96
Reporter for Capitol News Connection, Washington, DC

Devon Strolovitch ’97
Production Coordinator for Philosophy Talk and Production Coordinator for The Sounds of American Culture for NPR

Noah Miller '00
Producer of The DNA Files, distributed by NPR and director of outLoud Radio, San Francisco.

Ben Calhoun 01
Politics reporter for Chicago Public Radio, whose work can be heard on NPR, The World, BBC News, and Radio New Zealand.