Marty Moss-CoaneHost and Executive Producer Marty Moss-Coane has helmed the Radio Times since its inception. Her thought-provoking conversations with guests and callers are all guided by her belief in fairness, exploring such topics as social issues, public policy, pop culture and the entertainment industry.
Neal ConanWorking as a reporter, producer, editor and bureau chief in New York and London, award-winning journalist and author Neal Conan has spent more than three decades covering topics from the Soviet occupation of Afghanistan to the 9/11 terrorist attacks. Conan was briefly held hostage in Iraq in 1991.
Ira FlatowAs the host of several science TV programs, Ira trekked across Antarctica, swum with Manatees in Florida and sailed on a nuclear-powered submarine. His interest in science and offbeat sense of humor have made for compelling and award-winning programs over his 30-plus years in broadcasting.
Terry GrossThirty years after Terry Gross began posing challenging questions to actors, authors, musicians and politicians, the host and author still presses today's newsmakers to reveal themselves and their beliefs. Her understanding of the issues and no-nonsense style engrosses legions of devoted fans.
Lauren Ober is an award-winning radio producer. Her stories have been heard across NPR’s news magazines as well as on podcasts like Criminal, 99% Invisible, Gravy and Unfictional. Previously Lauren served as producer of Orbital Path, a podcast about the cosmos and our place in it. In 2015, Lauren was a recipient of the French American Foundation Immigration Journalism Fellowship and traveled to Russia to report on LGBT immigration. Currently, Lauren is a board member of the Association of Independents in Radio (AIR). She is a graduate of the S.I. Newhouse School of Public Communications at Syracuse University, American University and the Transom Story Workshop. A proud Pittsburgh native, Lauren has a deep and abiding love for pierogi.
Diane RehmThe recipient of numerous honors and awards during her 30 years on radio, Diane Rehm also authored two books: Toward Commitment: A Dialogue About Marriage and Finding My Voice. Her struggle with spasmodic dysphonia, a neurological condition that affects speech, raised awareness about the disorder.
Jesse Thorn is the host and producer of the radio show and podcast Bullseye (formerly The Sound of Young America). Thorn grew up in San Francisco, California, where he attended the University of California, Santa Cruz, and cofounded The Sound of Young America while working for the campus radio station. Thorn has interviewed many notable personalities. He also hosts multiple podcasts, the television program The Grid, and runs Put This On, a blog and web video series devoted to men's fashion.