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Carl Kasell: His 60 Years In Radio

Carl Kasell — the official judge and scorekeeper of the NPR quiz show Wait Wait... Don't Tell Me! — is stepping down after more than 60 years in radio.

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Carl Kasell — the official judge and scorekeeper of the NPR quiz show Wait Wait... Don't Tell Me! — is stepping down after more than 60 years in radio. While you'll still hear him from time to time as he eases into the role as scorekeeper emeritus, his final broadcast airs 11 am Saturday and 6 pm Sunday.

Click here to listen to the NPR interview, 'I've Enjoyed Every Minute Of It': Carl Kasell On His 60 Years In Radio'

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