21 Facts About Terry Gross

1. In 1993, NPR, Fresh Air, and Terry Gross were presented with the George Foster Peabody Award with praise for her "probing questions, revelatory interviews, and unusual insights.

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2. Terry Gross was recognized with the Columbia Journalism Award from Columbia University's Graduate School of Journalism in 2008 and an Honorary Doctor of Humanities degree from Princeton University in 2002.

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3. Terry Gross admits this is what she was trying to get Hillary to say in Question Number 9.

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4. Terry Gross began her radio career in 1973, after an unsuccessful stint teaching eighth grade.

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5. In 2016, Terry Gross received the National Humanities Medal from President Barack Obama, "For her artful probing of the human experience.

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6. In 2004, Terry Gross published a book of her favorite interviews from the show under the title All I Did Was Ask.

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7. In 1993, NPR, Fresh Air, and Terry Gross were presented with the George Foster Peabody Award with praise for her "probing questions, revelatory interviews, and unusual insights".

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8. Terry Gross went to Sheepshead Bay High School, where she graduated from in 1968.

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9. Terry Gross was born on February 14, 1951, making her age 66.

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10. Terry Gross is a host, producer, and TV personality best known for her radio show.

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11. Terry Gross talked to him just after his book was published.

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12. Terry Gross hosts this multi-award-winning daily interview and features program.

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13. Terry Gross began her radio career in 1973 at public radio station WBFO in Buffalo, New York.

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14. Terry Gross will welcome zim back with open arms, the tendentious hack that she is.

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15. San Francisco Chronicle wrote that Terry Gross' interviews are "a remarkable blend of empathy, warmth, genuine curiosity, and sharp intelligence.

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16. Terry Gross creates a daily show that is an hour long, usually includes two interviews, and is distributed to over 190 NPR stations.

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17. Terry Gross began her radio career in 1973 at WBFO, an NPR CPB-funded college station, then broadcasting from the Main Street Campus of the University at Buffalo in Buffalo, New York, where she started out as a volunteer on a show called Woman Power, then co-hosted This is Radio.

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18. In 1972, Terry Gross started teaching 8th grade at an inner-city public junior high school in Buffalo.

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19. Terry Gross has an older brother, Leon J Gross, who works as a psychometric consultant.

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20. Terry Gross is the second child of Anne and Irving Gross.

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21. Terry Gross typically conducts the interviews from the WHYY-FM studios in Philadelphia, with her subject at the studio of a local NPR affiliate convenient to them connected via telephone or satellite feed.

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