Diane Rehm, host of the Diane Rehm Show is leaving the radio waves after the 2016 presidential election. Diane, 79, has hosted the two-hour talk show for over 30 years. Over time, Diane continued gaining respect for her work and was awarded the National Humanities Medal by President Obama last year. The New York Times and other major news outlets have published pieces about Diane Rehm’s career and retirement.
Venerable NPR host Diane Rehm’s run on the air is coming to an end.
After nearly four decades on air, beloved NPR host Diane Rehm is retiring.
Fans of the show have expressed their feelings on social media:
There is nothing, nothing, like this show. Thank you, Diane Rehm > Announces Retirement From Long-Running Talk Show https://t.co/32Szfeik5X
— Suzanne Balaban (@SuzanneBalaban) December 11, 2015
— Marie Wilda (@marie_esther12) December 11, 2015
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