Diane Rehm

Diane Rehm is an NPR superstar who began her radio career in 1973.

Her show The Diane Rehm Show began locally and now reaches more than 2.4 million people nationally.

She covers topics from the economy to politics to arts.

She has had prominent celebrities on her program including current president Barack Obama, former presidents Bill Clinton and Jimmy Carter, former Vice President Dick Cheney, actors Cate Blanchett and Kevin Spacey, and more.

Newsweek claimed the talk show to be one of the most interesting in the country.

She has been named one of the “100 Most Powerful Women” by Washingtonian magazine, and she is the author of three best-selling autobiographical books.

Bibliography:

Finding My Voice (1999)

Toward Commitment: A Dialogue About Marriage (2002)

Life with Maxie (2010)

On My Own (2016)



Links:

thedianerehmshow.org

about/diane-the-author

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