A legendary voice of Philadelphia (and beyond) radio is leaving her iconic program.
WHYY said that "Radio Times" will cease to continue when Moss-Coane, who hosts and produces the program, leaves the news show.
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"I feel divided, and I knew I would, in part because I still love doing this show," Moss-Coane told WHYY's Peter Crimmins before her show Thursday.
"But after 35 years, I know that I am tired. Also, in my 70s. I don’t mind admitting that. I’m at a point in my life and career where I just need to step back."
Moss-Coane said her two grandchildren are also part of the reason she is leaving the daily grind, WHYY reported.
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Former President Jimmy Carter, former Secretary of State Madeleine Albright and author Toni Morrison are among the many icons Moss-Coane has interviewed over thousands of shows.
She had already cut back to four days a week as Mary Cummings-Jordan hosted "Radio Times Regional Roundup" on Mondays.
A new program will replace "Radio Times," WHYY said.
But, Moss-Coane isn't entirely leaving the airwaves.
WHYY announced that Moss-Coane will host "The Connection with Marty Moss-Coane" on a weekly basis.