Brady Carlson

Host, All Things Considered

Along with hosting All Things Considered each afternoon, Brady co-hosts NHPR’s presence on Twitter and Facebook, and maintains NHPR’s Public Insight Network, working with residents around New Hampshire to use their knowledge and insights to inform news coverage. Brady is a frequent guest on Word of Mouth, discussing internet culture, media and technology in the regular Here's What's Awesome segment.

In addition to his radio career, Brady has been a public librarian, an overnight stock clerk, a community theater director, a custodian, a schoolteacher, a warehouse laborer, an adjunct college professor, an office receptionist and a walking billboard at a plastics industry trade show.

Brady holds a Master’s Degree in Visual and Media Arts from Emerson College in Boston and a Bachelor of Arts Degree in Social Science from Benedictine University in Lisle, Illinois.

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All Things Considered
6:07 pm
Tue May 29, 2012

O'Brien Names New Majority Leader as Questions Remain About Bettencourt Conduct

Politics usually take a break over Memorial Day weekend, but not this year in New Hampshire. State House Majority Leader DJ Bettencourt abruptly resigned after admitting he had falsified documents for a law school internship.

NHPR’s Josh Rogers tells All Things Considered host Brady Carlson about the latest on the Bettencourt story, the potential political fallout for House Speaker William O'Brien, and the newly named majority leader, Rep. Pete Silva of Nashua.

All Things Considered
12:45 pm
Mon May 28, 2012

A Laconia Artist Paints Soldiers at War

Elaine Morrison's paintings are on display at National Guard headquarters in Concord.
Brady Carlson, NHPR

For this Memorial Day we wanted to tell you about a unique art installation at the New Hampshire National Guard headquarters in Concord.

It’s a series of paintings by Elaine Morrison of Laconia, depicting soldiers at war. She tells All Things Considered host Brady Carlson about the paintings.

New Hampshire's Immigration Story
1:12 pm
Fri May 25, 2012

Teaching Refugee Students: Challenges and Rewards

As part of our year-long series on New Hampshire's Immigration Story, we've looked at what it's like for a refugee to arrive in New Hampshire, speaking a different language, and having to learn new customs.

For young refugees who enroll in New Hampshire schools, the challenges can be even greater - and the same goes for teachers working with them.

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All Things Considered
5:44 pm
Thu May 24, 2012

Fire Causes "Extensive Damage" at Portsmouth Naval Shipyard

Officials at the Portsmouth Naval Shipyard say last night’s fire on a nuclear-powered submarine caused extensive damage, and that seven people, including five firefighters, suffered minor injuries.

Deborah Mcdermott has been reporting on the fire for Seacoast Online. She talks with All Things Considered host Brady Carlson about the aftermath of the fire.

Word of Mouth
11:54 am
Wed May 23, 2012

Enemies: A History of the FBI

Photo Credit Roger Schultz, via Flickr Creative Commons

Recently CNET reported that the FBI had been lobbying congress for a law that would require social networking companies and other web-based communication systems to make sure their systems are surveillance-compatible. FBI director Robert Mueller seemed to confirm that in an appearance last week before the senate judiciary committee.

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Word of Mouth
11:31 am
Wed May 23, 2012

Here's What's Awesome...

Photo credit Beadmobile, via Flickr Creative Commons

Here's What's Awesome...

Plagiarism doesn't work.

Science suggests consuming organic food has an effect on our morals.

What's Internet Explorer? Chrome becomes number one browser!

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Word of Mouth
10:50 am
Wed May 23, 2012

Minority Report Made Reality

Photo credit Henry, courtesy of Flickr Creative Commons

Modern advertisers will put commercials and billboards just about anywhere, but they’re not nearly as intrusive as depicted in the futuristic 2002 Steven Spielberg thriller Minority Report, where street side billboards address city-goers by name, and holographic spokespersons are literally projected into your path.

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All Things Considered
4:54 pm
Mon May 21, 2012

New Hampshire Teen Mobilizing Peers for Global Good

Dylan Mahalingham, a teen from Derry with his own NGO.

A few weeks back the Huffington Post and the nonprofit group Youth Service America issued a list of the 25 most powerful and influential young people in the world.

And one of them is from Derry, New Hampshire. Dylan Mahalingam founded the volunteer organization Lil’ MDG’s in 2004, at age nine. Since then he’s worked to encourage millions of youths to find ways to improve conditions for young people. He joins All Things Considered host Brady Carlson with more about what he does.

Religion
4:58 pm
Fri May 18, 2012

Three Candidates in Consideration for New Hampshire's Next Episcopal Bishop

New Hampshire Episcopalians are set to choose a successor to retiring Bishop Gene Robinson, whose election in 2003 as the first openly gay Episcopal bishop created worldwide headlines and controversy between the church and the Anglican Communion.

Lisa Wangsness covers religion for the Boston Globe; she joins All Things Considered host Brady Carlson to look at the three candidates and the state of the Episcopal Church in New Hampshire.

Politics
6:06 pm
Thu May 17, 2012

Lawmakers Take Up Tax Amendment, But Not Ed Funding Amendment

The flurry of activity continues at the New Hampshire statehouse. NHPR's Josh Rogers tells All Things Considered host Brady Carlson about the latest, including a Senate vote on a constitutional amendment to ban personal income taxes, a proposal to track prescription drugs and several House bills related to abortion.

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Politics
6:06 pm
Tue May 15, 2012

O'Brien-Vaillancourt Flap At Center of Busy, Contentious State House Session

It's the time of year when the statehouse gets hectic - and, occasionally, foul-tempered.

NHPR's Josh Rogers talks with All Things Considered host Brady Carlson about some of the many bills that lawmakers are taking up this week, and a spat on the House floor between Speaker William O'Brien and Manchester Republican Steve Vaillancourt.

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All Things Considered
3:39 pm
Mon May 14, 2012

For Dartmouth Student, Record-Setting Chain More Fun Than (Yep) A Barrel of Monkeys

Monkey business.
Mykl Roventine via Flickr/Creative Commons

History was made Sunday at Dartmouth College – of a sort, anyway. A team led by Dartmouth senior D. Parker Phinney set a record for the world’s longest Barrel of Monkeys chain. He joins All Things Considered host Brady Carlson to relive the excitement.

Public Insight Network
11:10 am
Thu May 10, 2012

Public Insight Network: How are Businesses Faring in Manchester?

Photo: brianDhawkins Flickr

We'd like to know more about how small businesses are doing in Manchester. Tell us your experiences and share what you know through our Public Insight Network! Click here.

Word of Mouth
11:26 am
Tue May 8, 2012

A Fantastic Voyage to Kill Superbugs

Photo by Microbe World, courtesy of Flickr Creative Commons

Nano-technology is enabling breakthroughs in a number of scientific fields at an unimaginably small scale. Consider that the basic unit of measurement for nano-particles is 40,000 times smaller than the width of the average human hair.  Recently, researchers at MIT and Brigham and Women’s Hospital developed a nano-particle capable of infiltrating the human immune system and delivering a targeted dose of powerful antibiotics.

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Shifting the Balance
5:40 pm
Mon May 7, 2012

Can Healthy Food Make It As Snack Food?

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You’re at the gym, working up a sweat, burning some calories, getting that metabolism in gear… and then the workout ends and you’re looking for quick refreshment. Grabbing a candy bar or a sugary soda from the vending machine can feel like you’re undoing all your exercise.

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