Kerry Nolan anchors the morning newscasts on WQXR. She came to WNYC in 1993 and has been local host for Weekend All Things Considered and Weekend Edition Saturday and Sunday. She has filled in as guest host on WNYC produced programs including The Brian Lehrer Show, The Leonard Lopate Show, Soundcheck and On the Media.
She also spent many late nights filing breaking news stories for NPR. In 2005, Kerry left WNYC to host a lifestyle talk show for the Martha Stewart channel on Sirius/XM, but returned to her radio news roots in 2008. Her radio career began in Boston as producer and voice talent at the legendary rock station WBCN. She lives on the Jersey shore with her husband and son.
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Kerry Nolan appears in the following:
Friday, August 07, 2015
Sen. Schumer has been described as the most influential Jewish politician in Congress, but that doesn't mean his opposition to the Iran nuclear deal will jeopardize it.
Friday, June 26, 2015
Friday's Supreme Court decision will have far-reaching implications.
Thursday, June 25, 2015
The Supreme Court's ruling in favor of health care subsidies on the federal marketplace preserves the cost of insurance for nearly 200,000 New Jersey residents.
Friday, June 05, 2015
A 90,000-person cap has been set within the park. And the FBI will assist with crowd control.
Friday, August 15, 2014
The number of scorchers this year is down drastically from years past. The mercury has reached 90 degrees just four days this summer, while New York City typically experienced at leas...
Monday, June 30, 2014
Kerry Nolan talks with The New York Times' David Sanger about news from inside the Beltway and beyond.
Tuesday, May 27, 2014
His version — colorful lines against a white background, only a nod to geography — was in use for much of the 1970s and lives on in the MTA's Weekender map.
Monday, March 03, 2014
Kerry Nolan speaks with the New York Times' David Sanger about this weekend's move by Russian troops into the Crimea, the White House's reaction, and what happens going forward.
Monday, February 10, 2014
Kerry Nolan talks with The New York Times' David Sanger about how easily NSA leaker Edward Snowden was able to collect so much data; we turn to Sochi for a look at Russia's image here in the US and back home, the Attorney General is set to make an announcement on same-sex marriage.
Monday, February 03, 2014
Kerry Nolan talks with The New York Times' David Sanger about what, aside from security, the U-S hopes to take away from the Olympics; how President Obama will try to further his agenda without Congressional help and how there may actually be some cooperation on Capitol Hill with respect to immigration.
Monday, January 27, 2014
Kerry Nolan talks with the New York Times' David Sanger about the way out of Afghanistan, the shaky start to peace talks with Syria's government and its' rebel forces and he'll preview President Obama's State of The Union speech.
Monday, January 20, 2014
Kerry Nolan speaks with the New York Times' David Sanger about Iran's cooperation with U.N. nuclear inspectors and whether that means economic sanctions will be lifted; and Sanger takes a look at Friday's speech by President Obama, in which he lays out a plan for future intelligence gathering.
Monday, January 13, 2014
Kerry Nolan talks with the New York Times's David Sanger about the former Secretary of Defense's new memoir and is the George Washington Bridge scandal now out of Governor Christie's hands?
Monday, January 06, 2014
Kerry Nolan speaks with David Sanger of the New York Times about his predictions from last year and his feelings about the big news stories bubbling up in 2014.
Monday, December 23, 2013
Kerry Nolan speaks with David Sanger from The New York Times about the ongoing NSA surveillance story and what we can expect from President Obama; and is it an exaggeration to call this the most dysfunctional year ever in Washington?
Monday, December 16, 2013
Kerry Nolan talks with the New York Times' David Sanger about whether the biggest issue in the aftermath of the NSA surveillance revelations might be economic rather than political; also, what does the House-passed budget deal really mean?