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Brian Lamb with Mary Matalin (in overalls) in her Washington, D.C. radio studio for The Mary Matalin Show on the CBS Radio Network. One photo features Ms. Matalin with a producer.

Brian Lamb poses with NPR host Diane Rehm in her radio studio at WAMU in Washington, D.C.

Photos of book buyers and the audience listening to Brian's talk at the Borders book store in downtown Washington (1801 K Street, NW). Three C-SPAN employees are seated in chairs (from left to right Anne Bentzel, Robin Scullin and Anne Marieā€¦

Brian Lamb poses with John Hockenberry, host of the talk show "Edgewise" during an appearance.

Michael Skube of the Atlanta Journal-Constitution interviewed Brian Lamb in his C-SPAN office.

Radio host Jim Bohannon hosts Brian Lamb in his studio in Crystal City, Virginia for an 11pm to midnight interview.

Radio host Bill Thompson in his "Between the Lines" studio on New Mexico Avenue in Washington, D.C.

Brian Lamb signing a book at an event at Olsson's book store at Washington DC's Metro Center, 1200 F Street, NW. Bottom image shows Brian's view of his audience at a book talk at Olsson's Book Store at Metro Center in Washington, DC.

Boston Globe Living/Arts editor Michael Kenney with an unidentified woman, likely a Globe photographer, in Brian Lamb's Lennox Hotel room. Kenney interviewed Brian Lamb about his first "Booknotes" book.

Brian Lamb in the Boston studio of WABU-TV for an interview with host Jim Howell for a "Business World" segment. In top photo, a technician helps Mr. Howell with his IFB while Brian watches.

Brian poses in Boston with WBZ Radio host David Brudnoy in his office. Two photos show Mr. Brudnoy with bookshelves and items and at his desk.

Brian poses in Boston with WRKO-AM host Marjorie Clapprood in her radio studio; her program is called "Clapprood and Company." One photo shows Ms. Clapprood with an unidentified man. NOTE: Ms. Clapprood's name is misspelled on the page.
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