Newsmakers meet New Yorkers as host Brian Lehrer and his guests take on the issues dominating conversation in New York and around the world. This daily program from WNYC Studios cuts through the usual talk radio punditry and brings a smart, humane approach to the day's events and what matters most in local and national politics, our own communities and our lives. WNYC Studios is a listener-supported producer of other leading podcasts including Radiolab, On the Media, Death, Sex & Money, Nancy, and many others.
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Dalia Hatuqa, independent journalist reporting on Israel and Palestine, talks about what life is like for Palestinians in the West Bank since October 7th, including how they are dealing with violence by Israeli settlers, harassment by police and othe... more
Shop Listener is back for the 2023 holiday season. Listeners call in to shout out their brick-and-mortar businesses located in New Jersey ahead of the holidays, for a Brian Lehrer Show listener-sourced gift guide.
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I remember listening to The Brian Lehrer show during the march for Black Lives in 2020 and being impressed at what seemed to be fairly even-handed discussions. I tuned in today (2023-10-26) to listen to a segment with Robin Wright on Israel’s war against the Palestinians and was appalled. At a time when the UN and many international organizations are describing what’s occurring in Gaza as war crimes and likely genocide, Brian and Robin blithely repeated Israel’s proven false talking points, whic... more
The latest episode that Brian led so eloquently on migrants in NYC schools is cathartic and marvelously presented — a discussion of the history, energy and process of integrating new immigrants into the city school system. Without diminishing the difficulties, he emphasizes the assets they do bring and our capacity to welcome them. Additionally he played an excerpt from a recent speech by Mayor Adams that is much more welcoming of migrants to NY and more compassionate- a side of him that the lo... more
Brian you're an intelligent guy but why do you always have to turn everything into a hate the right speech. North Men North Of Richmond, the man doesnt have to explain anything.His song resonated with millions, why cant you explore why that is rather than bash him for being a right wing nut? As great songwriters often say, a song means what you want it to mean. Stairway to Heaven, American Pie, Hotel California…. they dont need to defend themselves for your and the lefts liberal insecurity.
If you were to make a list of the upcoming topics on any given Brian Lehrer show, I’d read them and think, those aren’t really my cup of tea. But I’ve learned over years of listening to Brian Lehrer every day that he can make absolutely any topic scintillating. Parking meter rules, senate races, zoning restrictions: I’m rapt. Somehow he is able to hear what a listener says, encapsulate it, and ask a meaningful, enriching question that gets to the heart of the matter and allows those of us listen... more
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