Known to DC cabbies as "The Big Dude" and known to Lanigan & Malone as Remote Engineer Jeff Addis.
Shooting the breeze, adjusting headphone volume, and ... complaining ... before the broadcast.
Chip Kullik and Tracey Carroll warm up the vocal chords.
Lanigan opens the early morning coffee klatch.
Senator Brown multi-tasking. Making tea for his guests!
First glance at the work of the day.
Montana Senator John Tester - famous for being a genuine citizen/farmer/public servant. And for his HAIRCUT!
One handsome man!
Senator Tester tells the story of his BARBER being a subject of controversy in his heated election campaign.
Fine minds at work on US agricultural policy.
Sheldon Whitehouse (D) represents Rhode Island ... and obviously, a different barber than Senator Tester.
Senator Whitehouse is enthusiastic & knowledgeable about his perspective on the war in Iraq.
Senator Whitehouse is one on-point dude! He knows what he thinks, he knows what he wants to say, and he says it.
Sheldon Whitehouse is a Yalie. You can tell by how smart he is .. and the hair!
Talkin' BASEBALL! Matthew Cutts is Chairman of the DC Sports & Entertainment Commission.
Mr. Cutts spearheaded construction of the District's new $600 million dollar baseball stadium, home of the major league baseball Washington Nationals.
The Nationals play in an environmentally friendly "green" ball park. It's energy efficient and economical.
Sherrod is passionate about getting performance enhancing substances out of baseball!
New York Senator Charles Schumer (D) and Sherrod Brown huddle during commercials to get their stories straight!
An unabashed Hillary supporter, Senator Schumer says the give and take between Senators Clinton and Obama is healthy and in the best interest of political dialogue.
Schumer is bullish on the probability of a Democratic President and expanded Democratic majorities in both chambers of Congress.
Sherrod and Chuck. Hey! They'd make a pretty good radio morning show!
Agree with him or disagree with him - Chuck Schumer is one of the more clear speaking members of the US Senate, as we heard this morning.
Massachusetts Senator Edward M. Kennedy was scheduled to join Lanigan & Malone at 9:30. His health concerns forced him to cancel. John emotionally shared some moments from his relationship with Teddy Kennedy.
John relates the story of rookie and veteran Senate Democrats openly weeping upon learning of Senator Kennedy's illness.
Sherrod tells of some of what he's learned from Senator Kennedy.
We all keep Senator Kennedy in our thoughts & prayers.
Senator Brown's Aide Jessica made this year's Lanigan & Malone broadcast possible!