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Cokie Roberts
Contributing senior news analyst for National Pubic Radio and political commentator for ABC News
Craig Roberts
Media Relations Manager at the American Legion
David Roberts
Associate Director for Government Relations at the University of Southern California; former Planning Deputy for Los Angeles' 8th City Council District under Mark Ridley-Thomas and, subsequently, Bernard Parks
David Roberts
Energy reporter for Vox Media
Ed Roberts
Vice President at the Indiana Manufacturers Association; former staffer at the Indiana House of Representatives
Gary Roberts
Dean and Gerald L. Bepko Professor of Law at Indiana University Robert H. McKinney School of Law
James Roberts
Research Fellow in Economic Freedom and Growth at the Heritage Foundation's Center for International Trade and Economics
Jerry Roberts
Co-founder and Editor of the political website CalBuzz.com and student advisor of the University of California Santa Barbara's Storke Student Publications ; former political editor, editorial page editor and managing editor of the San Francisco Chronicle ; former editor of the Santa Barbara News Press
Lisa Roberts
Public health nurse for the City of Portsmouth, Ohio and Director of the Scioto County Drug Free Communities Support Program
Patrick Roberts
Co-founder of UltraMedia Innovation
Randall Roberts
Music Editor, LA Weekly
Rodney Roberts
Former inmate in Newark, New Jersey, he was released in March, 2014 after serving 17 years for a rape he says he did not commit (DNA evidence helped get him released)
Russell Roberts
Research Fellow at the Hoover Institution at Stanford University, host of the weekly podcast, EconTalk; research fellow at Stanford’s Hoover Institution; former Professor of Economics at George Mason University
Sam Roberts
Festival director of IndieCade , a gaming festival in Los Angeles, California; assistant director of the Interactive Media Division at USC Cinematic Arts
Bernice Robertson
Senior analyst for Haiti, Latin America and Caribbean Program of the International Crisis Group
Chad Robertson
Co-owner of Tartine Bakery and Cafe in San Francisco
Dale Robertson
Founding tea-party rally organizer and president of TeaParty.org
Jordan Robertson
Associated press writer in the Silicon Valley area
Michele Robertson
Founder of the Michele Robertson Company, which specializes in public relations for studios, movies and filmmakers
Edward Robillard
Principal of West Adams Preparatory High School , a public high school at 1500 W. Washington Boulevard in Los Angeles, California
Kevin Robillard
Political reporter at Politico
Vicky Robin
Co-author of Your Money or Your Life : Transforming Your Relationship with Money and Achieving Financial Independence, a bestselling book that has been revised for current economic times
Nick Robins
Head of the Climate Change Centre of Excellence at HSBC, an international bank based in London
Aaron Robinson
Technical Editor for Car and Driver magazine, he's based in Los Angeles, California
Alicia Robinson
Reporter for the Riverside Press-Enterprise
Barbara Robinson
US representative for the Wanda Group
Kimberly Robinson
Supreme Court reporter for Bloomberg BNA, which covers business and the law
Linda Robinson
Senior policy analyst at RAND and author of Tell Me How This Ends : General David Petraeus and the Search for a Way out of Iraq and  One Hundred Victories : Special Ops and the Future of American Warfare; former contributing editor at US News and World Report and author-in-residence at the Johns Hopkins School for Advanced International Studies
Marilynne Robinson
2014 National Book Critics Circle Award-winner for Fiction (Lila) and 2005 Pulitzer Prize-winning novelist for Fiction (Gilead)
Matt Robinson
Editor-at-Large at Puss Puss magazine
Michael Robinson
Conservation advocate with the Center for Biological Diversity and author of Predatory Bureaucracy : The Extermination of Wolves and the Transformation of the West
Mike Robinson
Director of Anti-Piracy Operations for the MPAA, heading a team of undercover investigators that track movie pirates; former official at the Transportation Security Administration
Peter Robinson
Research Fellow at the Hoover Institution at Stanford University; speechwriter for then-Vice President George Bush (1982-1983) and President Ronald Reagan (1983-1988); author, most recently, of How Ronald Reagan Changed My Life
Phoebe Robinson
Co-Host of the WNYC Studio podcast “2 Dope Queens”
Rashad Robinson
Executive Director of ColorOfChange.org, an online organizing group created in the aftermath of Hurricane Katrina
Sharon Robinson
Special assistant to Superintendent Ramon Cortines
Walter "Robby" Robinson
Former reporter and editor at the Boston Globe, where he shared the 2003 Pulitzer Prize for Public Service for investigating sexual abuse in the Catholic Church
Jennifer Robison
Business reporter for the Las Vegas Review-Journal
Peter Robison
Seattle bureau chief for Bloomberg News and Businessweek
Steve Robitaille
Senior at Norwich University , a private military college in Northfield, Vermont; Senior Producer of Vermont Fallen , a student-made documentary about Vermont families who have lost loved ones in Iraq and Afghanistan
Frances Robles
Foreign correspondent for the Miami Herald
Alan Robock
Alan Robock is a climatologist and professor in the Department of Environmental Sciences at Rutgers University.
Jasmine Robottom
Student at Manual Arts High School, member of SCYEA
David Robson
Writer for the BBC's science website, BBC Future, focusing on medicine and technology
Doug Robson
Tennis writer for USA Today
Robyn Hitchcock
English singer-songwriter and guitarist
James Rocchi
Host of the movie review podcast The Lunch
Guy Rocha
Former archivist of the Nevada State Library and Archives and Nevada historian
Alexis Rochas
Founder of Stereo-Bot
Stephen Rochelle
Principal of Orville Wright Middle School in the Westchester neighborhood of Los Angeles, California
Aaron Rochlen
Professor of Counseling and Educational Psychology at the University of Texas at Austin
Margy Rochlin
Independent Producer
Chris Rock
Actor, producer, writer and comedian
Mick Rock
British music photographer
Maya Rockeymoore
President of Global Policy Solutions, a policy consulting firm based in Washington, DC, and Director of Leadership for Healthy Communities , a national program of the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation
Tel Aviv’s rock quartet, aptly named, Rockfour perform for Morning Becomes Eclectic at 11:15am.
Jonathan Rockoff
Reporter covering the pharmaceutical industry for the Wall Street Journal
David Rockwell
Architect, interior designer and set designer; principal of global design firm the Rockwell Group
Rocky Dawuni
Ghanian superstar Rocky Dawuni melds reggae and African melodies and sprinkles them with positive and uplifting lyrics. Legends like Stevie Wonder and Peter Gabriel have joined him on stage and we’ll hear why when Dawuni performs on Morning Becomes Eclectic at 11:15am.
Simone Rodan-Benzaquen
Paris Director of the American Jewish Committee
Besha Rodell
Restaurant critic for LA Weekly
Max Rodenbeck
Middle East correspondent for Economist magazine
Kevin Roderick
Editor and Publisher of the website LA Observed and a writer for Los Angeles magazine
Terry Rodgers
Staff Writer at the San Diego Union-Tribune
Molly Rodgeveller
American who teaches English in Brussels, Belgium
Alexander Rodnyansky
Ukrainian film director, film producer, television executive and businessman
Rodrigo y Gabriela
Mexican dueling guitarists
Fernando Rodrigues
Senior reporter for Folha de S. Paulo , a São Paulo daily newspaper, and member of the International Consortium of Investigative Journalists’ climate project
Alex Rodriguez
Islamabad Bureau Chief for the Los Angeles Times
Dominic Rodriguez
Director of "Fursonas"
Eduardo Rodriguez
Trial lawyer based in Brownsville, Texas; past president of the State Bar of Texas
Gregory Rodriguez
Director of the Center for Social Cohesion at the New America Foundation and op-ed columnist for the Los Angeles Times; author of Mongrels, Bastards, Orphans, and Vagabonds : Mexican Immigration and the Future of Race in America
Luis Rodriguez
Author and community organizer
Monica Rodriguez
Candidate for the 7th District on the Los Angeles City Council; Community Affairs Manager for then-Mayor Richard Riordan , and former aide to Councilmen Mike Hernandez and Richard Alarcón; Administrator for the California Association of Realtors
Raul Rodriguez
Designer and principal of Raul R. Rodriguez Design, Inc ., a design firm based in Los Angeles, California
Ref Rodriguez
Candidate for the LAUSD District 5 Board seat; co-founder of the PUC charter schools
Robert Rodriguez
Writer, director, editor, composer and producer
César Rodríguez Garavito
Director of DeJusticia, a Colombia-based human rights organization
Dominique Roe-Sepowitz
Associate Professor of Social Work at Arizona State University and Director of its Office of Sex Trafficking Intervention Research
Andreas Roedder
Professor of Contemporary History at Mainz University
Oliver Roeder
Senior writer at fivethirtyeight.com
John Roemer
Staff writer for the Daily Journal
Peter Roff
Senior fellow with the Institute for Liberty and blogger for US News and World Report; former political director for Newt Gingrich’s GOPAC
Marisa Roffman
Staff writer for TV Guide Magazine/TVinsider; former owner and managing editor of GiveMeMyRemote.com
Roger Roffman
Professor Emeritus of Social Work at the University of Washington author of Marijuana Nation : One Man's Chronicle of America Getting High, from Vietnam to Legalization; co-sponsor of Washington State's marijuana legalization bill
Seth Rogen
Actor, writer, director, producer
Adam Rogers
Editor for Wired magazine and author of 'Proof: The Science of Booze'
Alex Rogers
Scientific Director of the International Programme on the State of the Ocean , and Professor of Conservation Biology at Oxford University
Ed Rogers
Republican strategist and Chairman of BGR Group, a lobbying and strategic planning firm headquartered in Washington, DC; White House staffer to then-Presidents Ronald Reagan and George H.W. Bush
Ian Rogers
Jeff Rogers
Jeff Rogers has 20 years of experience in public radio, working as a producer, editor and director for National Public Radio's flagship news program, All Things Considered, and serving as the Executive Producer of NPR's midday news magazine, Day to Day. He has reported on many major domestic and international events for NPR News, including the school shootings in Columbine, the spreading influence of the Taliban across Afghanistan's borders, the nation's crystal meth epidemic, and the disputed results of the 2000 presidential election. His work during September 11 and its aftermath was part of coverage that earned NPR News a George Foster Peabody Award. In 1999, he was among the NPR News team reporting on the fighting in Kosovo, winning an Overseas Press Club Award. He won another Peabody Award as the supervising editor and senior producer of "The NPR 100," a series of reports on the most significant American musical works of the 20th century. He has lived in Los Angeles for six years.
John Rogers
Associate Professor of Urban Schooling at UCLA's Graduate School of Education and Information Studies and co-director of UCLA's Institute for Democracy, Education and Access ; father of two children in the Santa Monica Public School District
Neal Rogers
Managing Editor of VeloNews, a cycling magazine
Pattiann Rogers
American poet
Paul Rogers
Resources and environment writer for the San Jose Mercury-News and Managing Editor of the Science unit at KQED in San Francisco
Terry Rogers
Staff Writer, San Diego Union-Tribune
Todd Rogers
Assistant Sheriff, he's been in the Los Angeles County Sheriff's Department for 29 years; member of the Lakewood City Council; Candidate  for LA County Sheriff
Josh Rogin
Columnist for the Washington Post, covering foreign policy and national security; former columnist for Bloomberg View and political analyst for CNN
Alice Rogoff
Publisher of the Alaska Dispatch , an online news group based in Anchorage
Kenneth Rogoff
Professor of Economics at Harvard University; former chief economist at the International Monetary Fund

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