Kidnapped by Nuns : And Other Stories of a Life on the Radio
Taking readers on a journey over the last four decades of news from Hollywood to Washington and around the world from Andorra to Zimbabwe. Ride the campaign plane with Ronald Reagan, get the inside story of why Congress is such a disaster and share adventure travel stories from a globetrotting correspondent. Retired CBS News Correspondent Bob Fuss has traveled with half a dozen Presidents, covered Congress for more than 20 years and includes travelogues from his adventures around the world. One unique aspect is that while millions of listeners heard his daily reports, none knew he was disabled and has always walked on crutches.
- Paperback | 305 pages
- 152 x 229 x 17mm | 417g
- 02 Mar 2015
- Createspace Independent Publishing Platform
- United States
- black & white illustrations
About Bob Fuss
Bob Fuss has been a national radio reporter since 1974 when he graduated from Stanford at the age of 19. He's covered hollywood celebrities, space exploration, crime, coups, natural disasters and national politics. Before retiring as a CBS News Correspondent in 2014 he covered Congress for 23 years and traveled on Presidential Campaigns beginning in 1980. An award winning journalist he previously worked as a correspondent for UPI Radio Network and NBC Radio. His travels have taken him to all 50 states and more than 70 countries.