After a string of successful radio shows on WNBC, WABC and WMCA in New York, Alan Colmes gained a reputation as a hard-hitting liberal known for his electric commentary on the American agenda. He has interviewed many key political and pop culture figures, including President Barack Obama, former President Bill Clinton, former Vice President Al Gore, Lynn Cheney, former Pakistani President Pervez Musharraf, Secretary of State Hillary Clinton, Senators John Kerry and John McCain, Newt Gingrich, Deepak Chopra, and Carole King.
After penetrating the Boston and New York markets with hit local radio shows, Colmes went from major market success to national talk radio prominence in 1990 with his fast-paced and informative afternoon news-driven show, which aired daily on hundreds of affiliates nationwide. He joined FOX News Channel in 1996, and co-hosted Hannity & Colmes for over twelve years. Today his radio show is syndicated by FOX News and heard on terrestrial radio stations across America, SiriusXM Satellite Radio, and the American Forces Radio Network.
Harry was born and raised in Brooklyn, New York and made the long journey to attend Brooklyn College to further his education. While still in college he decided to get into radio, and got an internship at WPLJ-FM in New York. After months of not messing things up too badly, Harry was rewarded with his first job in radio as producer of the A.J. Hammer show. He then spent 21 non-consecutive years at PLJ, making pit stops at WNNJ-FM, Premiere Radio Networks and WABC-AM. Harry was rescued by the Colmes show after he realized that getting up to do morning radio wasn’t his thing (it only took 9 years… he’s not the brightest bulb in the chandelier). When not at work Harry likes to tend to his vegetable garden (not really), watch any sporting event on TV (that’s true) and go on ice cream runs (absolutely!). Harry currently lives in Long Island with his wife and beautiful daughter… He does, however, still have a Brooklyn accent.
Assistant to Alan Colmes
Robin got her first taste of television news at WBFF Fox 45 in Baltimore. After that she headed further south to Washington DC, where she interned for a Sunday show on another “Cable News Network” and fell in love with TV and production. She now assists Alan on his television appearances, on new projects, and on the radio show, making sure Alan stays informed and up to date. When not at work, Robin likes spending time with her friends and going to the beach in her home state of New Jersey.
Josh got started in radio at the age of 16 at the short-lived Student Radio 1440 WNYG. Like Alan, he went to Hofstra University and was a part of the campus radio station. For two of his four years at WRHU, Josh was the assistant sports director and producer of the weekly sports talk show, The Locker Room. After graduating in 2005, Josh had an internship with WCBS-TV in New York and a brief stint at WHBE/WBAZ on eastern Long Island before joining Fox News Radio in the fall of that year. After more than five years as the overnight master control operator, Josh joined Alan’s show in early 2011. When not at work, Josh likes to play soccer and spend time at Citi Field willing the Mets not to be themselves.