National Press Club

Radio Broadcasts from the Club

From the National Press Club features a variety of NPC Luncheon Speakers, Newsmakers and other newsworthy events as well as original roundtable discussions. The 58-minute program, produced entirely by NPC members, is also available for download from iTunes. Radio stations or other entities interested in airing the program should contact NPC management or send an email to

  • The Kalb Report: Elie Wiesel
    The Kalb Report: Elie Wiesel

    November 25, 2006

    Marvin Kalb and Nobel Peace Prize Winner Elie Wiesel discuss "The Bible, The War, and The Media" on Nov. 20, 2006. The Kalb Report, jointly produced by The George Washington University, Harvard University's Shorenstein Center, and The National Press Club, is underwritten by a grant from The Ethics and Excellence in Journalism Foundation.

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  • Roundtable on Midterm Elections
    Roundtable on Midterm Elections

    November 18, 2006

    The club's immediate past President Rick Dunham, the White House correspondent for Business Week, moderated a panel discussion on the recent elections. He was joined by Kathy Kiely, chief Congressional correspondent for USA Today, Morgan Felchner, editor of Campaigns and Elections Magazine, and Bob Benenson, editor of C.Q., Congressional Quarterly's election news web site.

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  • Marvin Kalb, 4th Estate Award Winner
    Marvin Kalb, 4th Estate Award Winner

    November 9, 2006

    This year's Fourth Estate Award winner is journalist Marvin Kalb. Kalb, an active member of the National Press Club, is a senior fellow at the Shorenstein Center for the Press, Politics and Public Policy at Harvard University's John F. Kennedy School of Government. He also hosts the Kalb Report, a joint production of the press club, the Shorenstein Center and George Washington University.

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  • John Hofmeister
    John Hofmeister

    November 4, 2006

    President of Shell Oil Company, has undertaken a 50-city tour to explain that oil prices are a matter of supply and demand, not market manipulation by big oil. He has called for more drilling because of the demand for oil which he says will not decline, even as efforts continue to find alternatives, such as oil shale, biofuels, or the hydrogen Shell offeres at a station near RFK Stadium.

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  • Senator Elizabeth Dole, and Senator Chuck Schumer
    Senator Elizabeth Dole, and Senator Chuck Schumer

    October 28, 2006

    The chairwoman of the National Republican Senatorial Committee, and chairman of the Democratic Senatorial Campaign Committee, discuss the upcoming November elections at a luncheon on Wednesday, Oct. 25.

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  • Tom Reynolds and Chris Van Hollen
    Tom Reynolds and Chris Van Hollen

    October 18, 2006

    An October 18 luncheon with Representative Tom Reynolds of New York, Chairman of the National Republican Congressional Committee, and Chris Van Hollen of Maryland, representing the Democratic National Campaign Committee, discussing and debating issues surrounding the upcoming November mid-term elections.

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  • Ted Turner
    Ted Turner

    October 9, 2006

    This media mogul turned philanthropist/restaurateur -- a brash Atlanta entrepreneur sometimes called the "Mouth of the South" -- shared thoughts on his career, US domestic and foreign policy, and the possible future of journalism.

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  • David Rehr
    David Rehr

    October 7, 2006

    David Rehr, President and CEO, National Association of Broadcasters addressed a Luncheon on October 4.

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  • Senator Arlen Specter
    Senator Arlen Specter

    September 30, 2006

    (R)Pennsylania addressed an NPC Luncheon on Sept. 25.

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  • Herbie Hancock
    Herbie Hancock

    September 18, 2006

    Legendary musician, and 10-time Grammy Award winner, discusses his experiences in jazz and the positive impact that this form of "American classical music" has played in shaping the world, in a speech delivered at the National Press Club on Monday, Sept. 18.

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