Edwards: It was time

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Now that he's off "Morning Edition," NPR's Bob Edwards tells Terry Gross on today's "Fresh Air" that on balance he's happy they "pried" him out of the host's chair after 24+ years. Otherwise, he says, he would have stayed forever. Since Friday's final show, he has gotten a dog and for the first time watched "The Sopranos" in its actual Sunday night time slot.

Back to back Bob Edwards on KPCC: First "Fresh Air," now he's coming on "Talk of the City" with Kitty Felde at 2 p.m. Yes, he's pushing a book...

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