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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Medicine Can't Cure Poverty


Prabhjot Singh, MD, PHD, director of the Arnhold Institute for Global Health and chairman of the department of health system design & global health at the Mount Sinai Health System and the author of Dying and Living in the Neighborhood: A Street-Leve


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 2016-10-11  13m
 
 

30 Issues | TPP and the Candidates


Jackie Calmes, New York Times national correspondent, reviews the audio record of the candidates' views on TPP and free trade.


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 2016-10-11  21m
 
 

Sexism and the Presidential Campaigns


Alexis Grenell, co-founder of Pythia Public, a political and public affairs firm, and frequent contributor to the Daily News, discusses the role of sexism, both blatant and subtle, in this year's presidential campaign, from Trump, the media and voters. N


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 2016-10-11  27m
 
 

Post-Debate Polls


Steve Shepard, editor for The POLITICO Caucus and chief polling analyst for POLITICO, discusses campaign fallout regarding voter reaction to Sunday night town hall debate and to the video leak of Donald Trump's conversation with Billy Bush.


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 2016-10-11  31m
 
 

Assessing Campaign Damage From Town Hall Brawl


Shane Goldmacher, senior reporter for Politico, assesses how the candidate's campaigns have fared after the second presidential debate.  


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 2016-10-10  13m
 
 

Round Two: Recap of the Second Presidential Debate


Andrea Bernstein, senior editor for politics and policy for WNYC News, Matt Katz, reporter for NJPR, and Keli Goff, columnist for the Daily Beast and host of WNYC's live series, Political Party with Keli Goff, discuss the second presidential debate and h


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 2016-10-10  59m
 
 

Recaptured Time in the South Bronx


Robert Gumbs, graphic designer, photographer, artist, and raised in the South Bronx, and Mark Naison, professor of history and African American studies at Fordham University, co-authors of Before the Fires: An Oral History of African American Life in the


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 2016-10-10  10m
 
 

New Jersey Votes: Yes to Gas Hike, Maybe to Casinos


New Jersey lawmakers approved an increase to the gasoline tax by 23 cents per gallon. The tax per gallon will be 37.5 cents a gallon — up from the previous 14.5 cents. Both houses of the state legislature voted for gas tax hike, marking New Jersey's firs


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 2016-10-10  21m
 
 

And the Nobel Peace Prize Goes To....


Maria Isabel Nieto Jaramillo, consul general of Colombia in New York, and Joshua Keating, staff writer at Slate focusing on international affairs, talk about the winner of this year's Nobel Peace Prize and the new secretary general of the U.N.


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 2016-10-07  15m
 
 

Before You Assert Your Rights


James Duane, is a professor at Regent Law School in Virginia Beach and the author of You Have the Right to Remain Innocent. After giving a lecture urging students to never self-incriminate when speaking to the police, a video of the lesson went viral. Hi


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 2016-10-07  14m