B. J. Leiderman

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Bernard Jay "B.J." Leiderman (born February 14, 1956, Norfolk, Virginia) is an American composer and songwriter. His best-known works are his theme music compositions for public radio programs, including National Public Radio's Morning Edition, Weekend Edition, Wait Wait... Don't Tell Me!, Car Talk, Science Friday, and American Public Media's Marketplace.[1]

External links[edit]

  • Home page
  • NPR biography
  • KPBS -Composing For National Public Radio: A Conversation With BJ Leiderman - March 2011 [1]
  • April 2011 [2]
  • Alaska Public Media - July 2011 Speaker Series [3]
  • Sentinel [4]
  • How BJ Leiderman First Tuned Into WNCW...And Why He Is Still Listening - June 2012 [5]
  • Asheville Citizen Times - NPR composer Leiderman tunes into Asheville - August 2012 [6]
  • Knox News - Knoxville, TN - April 2013 [7]
  • Asheville Citizen Times - NPR composer Leiderman gets to play the hits - June 2013 [8]

References[edit]

  1. ^ "BJ Liederman video montage of his themes for NPR"