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Airs weekdays at 10AM on 93.9 FM and AM 820

Brian Lehrer leads the conversation about what matters most now in local and national politics, our own communities and our lives.

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Contact The Brian Lehrer Show: blshow@wnyc.org

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Show Staff

  • Lisa Allison - Associate Producer, The Brian Lehrer Show

    The product of two generations of preachers and schoolteachers, perhaps it's inevitable that Lisa found her dream job in public radio. Prior to coming to WNYC, she worked for several years on the business side of magazine publishing and did a little bookbinding. Lisa grew up in the middle of the country and headed for New York to attend Barnard College where she received a degree in political science. She likes to go back and visit family in Kansas, especially during the State Fair, but she still hasn't figured out why she had to leave the top wheat-producing state in the country to find a decent loaf of bread.

  • MaryEileen Croke - Assistant Producer, The Brian Lehrer Show

    Mary's love for radio was first stoked as an undergraduate at Fordham University, where she worked at the radio station on campus, WFUV. She also spent some time as a producer for the now-retired (still legendary) Vin Scelsa on his show, Idiot’s Delight on Sirius. In 2013, she earned an M.A. in journalism from the CUNY Graduate School of Journalism. Things Mary likes a lot: The Mets, intramural soccer and being the best aunt to her seven nieces and nephews. She’s originally from Long Island and currently lives in Greenpoint, Brooklyn.

  • Brian Lehrer - Host, The Brian Lehrer Show

    Brian Lehrer is host of The Brian Lehrer Show, WNYC Radio's daily call-in program, covering politics and life, locally and globally. The show airs weekdays from 10am-noon on WNYC 93.9 FM, AM 820 and wnyc.org.

  • Megan Ryan - Executive Producer, The Brian Lehrer Show

    Megan Ryan is the executive producer of WNYC’s Peabody Award-winning program The Brian Lehrer Show. Ryan oversees day to day operations, which includes directing the live show, planning the next day’s program, and staying abreast of all things from mayoral races to storm systems to the whereabouts of the hipsters.