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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Liang Verdict and Sentence: Increased Accountability or Racial Bias?


A judge has downgraded former NYPD officer Peter Liang's conviction from second-degree manslaughter to criminally negligent homicide, meaning he'll serve no time in jail for the shooting death of Akai Gurley. Brooklyn District Attorney Ken Thompson, who 


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 2016-04-20  18m
 
 

What the Bernie Sanders Coalition Wants


Sarah Leonard, senior editor for The Nation, and Slate columnist Michelle Goldberg discuss the future of the Bernie Sanders coalition, a group of people who largely supported the Occupy Wall Street movement and are now at the forefront of he fight for na


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 2016-04-20  20m
 
 

With Over 125,000 Voters Purged, Plans to Audit the BOE


There you have it: Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump took the New York primary last night. But keep in mind how many more Democrats there are in New York. Clinton garnered the most votes state-wide, followed by Bernie Sanders, followed by Trump. Andrea Be


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 2016-04-20  40m
 
 

An Informal, Unofficial, Thoroughly Unscientific Primary Day Exit Poll


Have you been to the polls yet? (Find your polling site here!) Listeners call in to our annual, informal, unofficial, thoroughly unscientific Primary Day exit poll. Hear from New Yorkers all over the state as they begin to cast their ballots. Tweet @Bria


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 2016-04-19  1h6m
 
 

Back to Pluralism in the Middle East


President Obama is headed to Saudia Arabia this week. Nicolas Pelham, The Economist's Middle East affairs correspondent who has covered the Arab region for New York Review of Books, BBC, Financial Times, and the author of Holy Lands: Reviving Pluralism i


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 2016-04-19  24m
 
 

Artist Ramiro Gomez and Expanding the Frame


Because writer Lawrence Weschler has written so often about the artist David Hockney and his depictions of Southern California fine living, he took note of the work of L.A. artist Ramiro Gomez whose paintings include the immigrant gardeners and pool clea


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 2016-04-19  9m
 
 

Don't Forget: You're Voting on Delegates in the Primary Too


It's been all about the candidates, but don't be surprised to see many more names on your ballot tomorrow. New Yorkers will head to the polls to vote in the New York primary, choosing both candidates and New York delegates to send to the July convention.


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 2016-04-19  23m
 
 

New Energy-Efficient Streetlights Causing Sleepless Nights


The good news is that NYC is transitioning to newer, energy-efficient streetlights. But some people complain the light is not only too bright, but also too far on the blue end of the spectrum, causing glare and sleep disruptions. Justin Davidson, archite


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 2016-04-18  13m
 
 

An Iraq Interrogator's Story


Eric Fair, an Army veteran who worked in Iraq as a contract interrogator in 2004, shares his story, from Rust Belt childhood through his time in Iraq as a contract interrogator at Abu Ghraib who witnessed and carried out "enhanced" interrogations and how


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 2016-04-18  12m
 
 

Republicans Beat the Drum Ahead of the New York Primary


Alex Isenstadt, POLITICO reporter, and Heather Haddon, Wall Street Journal reporter, report on the Republicans' last efforts to win over New Yorkers before the primary. Both Isenstadt and Haddon agreed that the Republican candidates are largely looking a


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 2016-04-18  26m