About the Podcast
Indivisible is public radio’s national show about America in a time of change. For the first 100 days of the new presidential administration hosts including Charlie Sykes, Brian Lehrer, Kerri Miller, and Kai Wright will be live on public radio stations across the country taking calls from listeners everywhere. This podcast is an unedited hour of live talk radio. #IndivisibleRadio, www.indivisibleradio.com. Tune in weekdays at 8pm ET at IndivisibleRadio.com
About the Host
Charlie Sykes, Brian Lehrer, Kerri Miller, and Kai Wright
Charles J. Sykes is one of the most influential conservatives in Wisconsin. Until he stepped down in December after 23 years, Sykes was one of the state’s top-rated and most influential talk show hosts. He is currently an MSNBC contributor. Charles J. Sykes is one of the most influential conservatives in Wisconsin. Until he stepped down in December after 23 years, Sykes was one of the state’s top-rated and most influential talk show hosts. He is currently an MSNBC contributor. 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. The Brian Lehrer Show was recognized with a 2007 George Foster Peabody Award for "Radio That Builds Community Rather Than Divides." The New York Times called Lehrer a "master interviewer." Time magazine called the program "New York City's most thoughtful and informative talk show." The Daily News calls it "cutting edge" for its extreme interactivity and creative use of the internet. Guests range from politicians such as Barack Obama, Chris Christie, Michael Bloomberg, John McCain, Hillary Clinton and Cory Booker, to cultural figures such as Werner Herzog, Penn Jillette, David Lynch, DJ Spooky and Margaret Atwood, to astrophysicist Neil deGrasse Tyson, to New York City middle school students. Kerri Miller is host of MPR News with Kerri Miller and Talking Volumes, a live literary series. She was the political reporter for KARE 11 television in Minneapolis-St. Paul before coming to MPR in 2004. Kai Wright is editor and host of WNYC’s Narrative Unit and a columnist for The Nation magazine. He was the host of WNYC’s podcasts There Goes the Neighborhood and The United States of Anxiety. Throughout his career, Kai’s reporting and writing has focused on racial justice, economic inequity, healthcare, and sexuality. He is the former editorial director of Colorlines and a longtime fellow of the Investigative Fund at the Nation Institute.