Alex Chadwick

Award-winning journalist Alex Chadwick has long experience as a program developer, host and correspondent for National Public Radio. He has been a reporter and on-air personality for all of NPR's major programs including All Things Considered and Weekend Edition, and played a key role in creating several of the network's most successful shows, including its most widely heard broadcast Morning Edition and Radio Expeditions, a series of award-winning specials co-produced by NPR and the National Geographic Society. He also hosted Day to Day, co-produced by NPR news and Slate magazine, and has reported from Asia, Africa and Central and South America. Chadwick was often called the best writer at NPR, and he has also scripted award-winning television documentaries for ABC, CBS and National Geographic. His three-hour CBS Reports special on violence, "In the Killing Fields of America," won an Emmy, a 1996 Peabody Award and the Robert F. Kennedy Award for reporting on the disadvantaged. Chadwick also created a TV feature called Interviews 50¢ for ABC's Day One news magazine and later turned it into a popular online feature for