Alan Colmes

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Monday – Friday, 6PM – 9PM

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One of Colmes’ trademarks is a segment called “Radio Graffiti.” The listeners are allowed “one sentence and one sentence only.” During fast and furious few minutes that features 30-40 callers competing to best put their message on Alan’s radio bulletin board.

Callers are the centerpiece of the Colmes program, but newsmakers are also featured. Alan’s national reputation has attracted guests from all walks of life. From major politicians, to civil rights leaders, to the Pentagon, to American cultural icons….if they’re in the news, they’re on with Alan Colmes.
The Colmes program also makes the best use of its staff’s creative abilities. Through an innovative use of parody, music, and humorous bits, the Alan Colmes show doesn’t just inform, it entertains.

Currently, Alan is back on the radio with the Fox Radio Network.

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