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Hans Anderson

Hans Anderson

Hans Anderson is a radio producer based in Baltimore, MD. He is a reporter for WAMU's Metro Connection. His work has also been heard on NPR's All Things Considered, Weekend Editon, and KCRW's Unfictional. He began his radio career inviting local bands into his college radio station in Seattle, where he would make them cookies in exchange for an interview. He has since graduated from the University of Washington with a degree in creative writing and worked at NPR, New Hampshire Public Radio, and Rocky Mountain PBS. Aside from radio, Hans loves his bike, comic books, and sweaters.


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As long as you’ve got connections you can get whatever you need; a job at the White House, some help on Shabbos, or a joint from an Amsterdam cafe.

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As long as you’ve got connections you can get whatever you need; a job at the White House, some help on Shabbos, or a joint from an Amsterdam cafe.

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