To mark the 10th anniversary of 9/11, The Brian Lehrer Show will air a series of 10 “Decade 9/11” conversations with big thinkers, leaders in various fields, and regular New Yorkers to reflect on how life has changed over the past 10 years. Each day a pair of different guests, often from different fields, joins Brian to discuss our changed and changing world. See the calendar below, each segment begins at 11am EST.
Monday, August 29th: Manhattan Community Board 1 President Julie Menin in conversation with Daisy Khan, executive director of the American Society for Muslim Advancement More»»
Tuesday, August 30th: Live Broadcast from Montclair State University, featuring former NJ Governor Tom Kean, Baristanet's Debbie Galant, WNYC's Bob Hennelly, and more More»»
Wednesday, August 31st: Writer Jonathan Safran Foer in conversation with his brotherFranklin Foer, editor-at-large for The New RepublicMore»»
Thursday, September 1st: Brendan Illis and Norhan Basuni, participants in WNYC's Radio Rookies program in conversation with Clifford Chanin, education director at the 9/11 Memorial Museum More»»
Friday, September 2nd: Historian Tariq Ali with the Daily Beast's and Newsweek Paris Bureau Chief Christopher Dickey More»»
Monday, September 5th (Labor Day): Ray Kelly, New York City Police Commissioner More»»
Tuesday, September 6th: New Yorker architecture critic Paul Goldberger in conversation with graphic designer Milton Glaser More»»
Wednesday, September 7th: On The Media host Brooke Gladstone in conversation with Slate’s War Stories columnist (and her husband)Fred Kaplan More»»
Thursday, September 8th: Writer Suketu Mehta in conversation with the former Editor in Chief of both the New York Post and New York Daily NewsPete Hamill More»»
Friday, September 9th: Middle East studies scholar Fawaz Gerges in conversation with New Yorker writer Lawrence Wright
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