Robin Young

radio host, National Public Radio

Robin Young brings over 25 years of eclectic broadcast experience to her role as host of Here and Now. She is both a Peabody Award winning documentary filmmaker and the past host of a cooking game show.

She's been a correspondent for the Discovery Channel, CBS, ABC, and for several years was substitute host and correspondent for the Today Show on NBC. Robin may be best known to the Boston audience for her part in launching the popular Evening Magazine on WBZ-TV in the mid-70s, and for her television profiles on WNEV-TV in the mid-80's.

For the past decade she's also been producing and directing documentaries, including the Los Altos Story, a groundbreaking look at the effect of AIDS on a Rotary Club in California, which won both the George Foster Peabody and Cable Ace awards. She's won numerous industry awards, including 5 Emmy awards for reporting, hosting, and producing.

Robin Young brings over 25 years of eclectic broadcast experience to her role as host of Here and Now. She is both a Peabody Award winning documentary filmmaker and the past host of a cooking game show.

She's been a correspondent for the Discovery Channel, CBS, ABC, and for several years was substitute host and correspondent for the Today Show on NBC. Robin may be best known to the Boston audience for her part in launching the popular Evening Magazine on WBZ-TV in the mid-70s, and for her television profiles on WNEV-TV in the mid-80's.

For the past decade she's also been producing and directing documentaries, including the Los Altos Story, a groundbreaking look at the effect of AIDS on a Rotary Club in California, which won both the George Foster Peabody and Cable Ace awards. She's won numerous industry awards, including 5 Emmy awards for reporting, hosting, and producing.

Website
www.hereandnow.org
Lectures

4.24.2016 (1:01:10)

Diane Rehm: On My Own