The Brian Lehrer Show

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, Snap Judgment, Death, Sex & Money, Nancy, Here’s the Thing with Alec Baldwin and many others. © WNYC Studios

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A British Goodbye?


Britons vote in a week whether to leave the E.U. ("Brexit") or to stay ("Remain"). John Cassidy, staff writer at the New Yorker, explains what's at stake for the countries involved, and the potential impact of Jo Cox's murder. @BrianLehrer NYC-based Brit


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 2016-06-17  24m
 
 

Albany's "Big Ugly"


At the end of each legislative session, New York's lawmakers scramble to pass all the bills that not yet been acted on in what is sometimes called "The Big Ugly." Jimmy Vielkind, Albany bureau chief of Politico New York, rounds up the legislative pre-­su


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 2016-06-17  30m
 
 

30 Issues | Week 10 Recap: Race and Rhetoric in American Politics


Catch up on what we learned during Week 10 of #30 Issues... Race has been a frequently recurring topic during this year's presidential race...er, campaigns, sometimes explicitly, and sometimes less obviously. Hit "play" above to hear all of our #30Issues


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 2016-06-17  n/a
 
 

Brian Lehrer Weekend: Presidents on Race, Claressa Shields, NYC Segregation


Three of our favorite segments from the week, in case you missed them. 30 Issues: A History of Politicians Talking About Race in America (First) | Claressa Shields is Back to Box at the Rio Olympics (Starts at 22:52) | When NYC School Segregation Gets Pe


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 2016-06-17  47m
 
 

Why Do You Own an Assault Weapon?


Following up on a debate between two callers earlier in this week, we wanted to hear the reasons people own assault rifles and other guns with large magazines and high caliber bullets. Listeners call in to discuss why they own an assault rifle. Caller Qu


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 2016-06-16  14m
 
 

The Costs of Permanent War


Mark Danner, a journalist who teaches at the University of California Berkeley and at Bard College and the author of Spiral: Trapped in the Forever War (Simon & Schuster, 2016), says that the "war on terror" set in motion a spiral of perpetual milita


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 2016-06-16  12m
 
 

30 Issues | The Way Republicans Talk About Race


Do Republicans have their own ways of fighting and discussing racism? Jason Riley, columnist for The Wall Street Journal and senior fellow at the Manhattan Institute, talks about whether there is conservative path to racial equality and an anti-racist Am


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 2016-06-16  27m
 
 

Washington's Orlando Response


Melinda Henneberger, editor-in-chief of Roll Call, talks about last night's senate filibuster for gun control, the actual likelihood of such laws passing, and how the presidential candidates have responded to the Orlando attack. @BrianLehrer I couldn't s


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 2016-06-16  22m
 
 

#AskTheMayor: Bronx Edition


NYC Mayor Bill de Blasio takes calls from listeners in the Bronx and discusses school choice, NYPD corruption, a plan new ferry plan, and more during our weekly #AskTheMayor segment. .@BilldeBlasio is taking calls from the Boogie Down #Bronx today on @Br


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 2016-06-16  33m
 
 

Quantifying Terrorism's Turn to Guns


After the Orlando attack, a debate has again broken out about guns, gun laws, and how best to classify the attack. Carl Bialik, FiveThirtyEight’s lead writer for news, discusses the relationship between guns and terrorist attacks in recent US history, sa


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 2016-06-15  12m