21 thoughts on “SiriusXM cancels ‘Bob Edwards Show’, but weekly public radio show will continue

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  2. I’m sorry to learn that Siruius has opted to cease production of the Bob Edwards Show. I’m sure ther are many thousands of interesting conversations in the archive, I will miss the fresh and timely content. Bobs show was one of the major reasons I subscribed to satellite radio.

  3. I wish Bob all the best in his future endeavors. I’ve been listening to him at least since Morning Edition. I just love his voice and his interviewing style. Hope he turns up somewhere else!

  4. When I 1st joined XM, they had shows “Harlem” “Sunset Strip”, “Marty Stuart” “Bob Edwards” “Theme Tyme Radio” etc…! XM has become just music, I can stream these freely on the internet now So why am I paying a monthly bill? Good Luck Bob I’ll be looking for you on free radio

  5. My public radio station just started carrying one hour of Bob Edwards weekend recently. It plays on Sunday evenings and makes me feel very calm and restful, as we are getting ready to start a new week. Good Luck, Bob.

  6. Bob Edwards interviews are flawless, reflecting strong preparation and his intelligence. I love Bill Maher, but if you want an ugly contrast, watch or listen to Bill interview guests.

  7. We’re deeply saddened. My wife and I each have XM in our vehicles and we miss Bob terribly. He was our favorite interviewer. We’re trying to decide whether or not to continue our subscriptions.

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  9. I am very saddened about the cancellation of The Bob Edwards Show. His show ,with in depth discussions and information, has enriched my life and those of others. I can’t tell you how many of his broadcasts that I have recommended to family and friends. The new programming replacing the show doesn’t hold a candle to the quality of The Bob Edwards Show. More and more I am listening less and less to the Sirius XM station that used to broadcast him. As my auto insurance agent once said to me when selecting an auto body shop for accident repair, “Cheaper isn’t necessarily better.” And in this case, that statement rings so clear. You certainly can’t put a price on The Bob Edwards Show. It’s worth too much.

  10. BIG, BIG mistake to stop Bob Edwards. Insight is a lousy substitute!!! XM is dumbing down it’s programming significantly. No value any longer

  11. What! Are you kidding me! Bob Edwards BY FAR does the best interviews on talk/news radio. Bob Edwards BY FAR has the most entertaining, enlightened and interesting guests. WTF! I just found him and now I’ve lost him. Will there by archives? The interview with Paul Ruddnick yesterday morning (9/14/15) left me happy and laughing. I sat in my car at work not wanting to leave it. Way to go Siruius! We all want more trash talk shows by people like Jenny McCarthy and Lance Bass. Who’s going to get their next talk show with you – Courtney Love?

  12. Very short sighted decision on the part of XM radio. In depth content is so rare and satisfying, unlike the superficial, dismissive 140 character world we live in today. That mindset is not sustainable for the long term.

  13. I signed up for XM radio because of Bob Edwards and his thoughtful interviews. Insights should instead be called “programs for dummies.”

  14. I just realized that Bob Edwards is not on a “break, but no longer on Insight – the only reason I listened to their programming. I have switched to spending my morning drive with Terry Gross on NPR.
    Insight has terrible, awful sounding programs. I am considering ending my sirius subscription to stream Bob Edward’s podcast. Terrible decision!

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