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Friday, June 10, 2011

This Weekend's Programming 6/10/11

SATURDAY, June 11, 2011

SANJAY GUPTA, MD – Airs Saturday 7:30AM – 8:00AM
CNN chief medical correspondent Dr. Sanjay Gupta interviews anesthesiologist Dr. Lawrence Egbert, a volunteer medical director with the right-to-die organization, “Final Exit.” Dr. Egbert discusses why he has advised hundreds of patients on suicide and discusses the recent passing of Dr. Jack Kevorkian. Dr. Gupta also interviews Prof. David Eagleman of Baylor University, author of Incognito: The Secret Lives of the Brain and answers viewers questions about recent findings on the safety of cell phone radiation.


THE SITUATION ROOM WITH WOLF BLITZER – Airs Saturday 6:00PM – 7:00PM

Topic: SYRIA
Guest: Hala Gorani, anchor and correspondent for CNN International

Topic: CNN New Hampshire Debate Preview, New Hampshire Politics
Guest: John King, CNN chief national correspondent and anchor of John King, USA
Gloria Borger, CNN chief political analyst

Anchor: Wolf Blitzer


CNN PRESENTS: RESTORING THE AMERICAN DREAM – HOW TO INNOVATE – FAREED ZAKARIA GPS SPECIAL- – Airs Saturday 8:00PM – 9:00PM and 11:00PM, Sunday 2:00AM
In 2011, for the first time in history, China is on track to outpace the United States in patent filings. CNN host Fareed Zakaria interviews experts on innovation on how to fuel creativity and restore job growth in America. Zakaria interviews the U.S. Military’s head innovator Dr. Regina Dugan, Steven Johnson (author of Where Good Ideas Come From: The Natural History of Innovation), economist Paul Romer, venture capitalist Len Baker, psychiatrist and business strategist Dr. John Kao, and Google CEO Eric Schmidt.


SUNDAY, June 12, 2011


SANJAY GUPTA, MD – Airs Sunday 7:30AM – 8:00AM
CNN chief medical correspondent Dr. Sanjay Gupta interviews anesthesiologist Dr. Lawrence Egbert, a volunteer medical director with the right-to-die organization, “Final Exit.” Dr. Egbert discusses why he has advised hundreds of patients on suicide and discusses the recent passing of Dr. Jack Kevorkian. Dr. Gupta also interviews Prof. David Eagleman of Baylor University, author of Incognito: The Secret Lives of the Brain and answers viewers questions about recent findings on the safety of cell phone radiation.


STATE OF THE UNION WITH CANDY CROWLEY – Airs LIVE Sunday 9:00AM – 10:00AM, NOON – 1:00PM

Topics: CNN New Hampshire Debate Preview, New Hampshire Politics
Guest: Sen. Kelly Ayotte: (R) New Hampshire
Rep. Charles Bass: (R) New Hampshire

Topics: CNN New Hampshire Debate Preview, New Hampshire Politics
Guests: John H. Sununu: (R) Former New Hampshire Governor (Manchester, NH) & Former Chief of Staff to Pres. George H. Bush John E. Sununu: (R) Former New Hampshire Senator (Manchester, NH)

Topics: Race for the White House, President Obama's Week, the Economy
Guests: Neil King: Wall Street Journal
Philip Rucker: Washington Post

Anchor: Candy Crowley from Manchester, New Hampshire


FAREED ZAKARIA GPS – Airs 10:00AM – 11:00AM and 1:00PM – 2:00PM

Topics: Election 2012: Is President Obama vulnerable? Who are the top contenders from the GOP? What will be the deciding issues?
Guest: Ann Coulter, author, syndicated columnist
Guest: Chrystia Freeland, Global editor-at-large for Reuters
Guest: Andrew Roberts, British biographer and historian
Guest: Eliot Spitzer, co-host of CNN’s “In the Arena”; former governor of New York

Topic: China Rising – was China’s position in the world today imaginable when Kissinger began the normalization of relations 40 years ago? What do the US & China still need to learn about each other? Why won’t Kissinger criticize China on human rights? Is Obama’s foreign policy Nixonian? Kissingerian?
Guest: Henry Kissinger, PhD, former Secretary of State (Nixon Administration), chairman, Kissinger Associates, Inc.

Topic: What does the author of Bloodmoney say about where reality meets fiction in his book? What kind of cover businesses does the CIA use? Are the CIA and Pakistan’s ISI in a never-ending game of cat-and-mouse?
Guest: David Ignatius, columnist for The Washington Post

Anchor: Fareed Zakaria


RELIABLE SOURCES – Airs LIVE 11:00AM – NOON

Topics: ABC's Chris Cuomo on his interview with a woman Congressman Weiner
GUESTS: Chris Cuomo: ABC News

Topics: Congressman Anthony Weiner admits to Tweeting lewd photos after days of denying it to the media
GUESTS: Amy Holmes: Co-host of America's Radio News
Jane Hall: American University
Dana Milbank: Washington Post

Host: Howard Kurtz


CNN PRESENTS: WIKIWARS THE MISSION OF JULIAN ASSANGE– Airs Sunday 8:00PM – 9:00PM
CNN investigative correspondent Kaj Larsen reports on the whistle-blowing website that remains beyond the reach of governments and international authorities. Founded by 39 year-old, former computer hacker Australian Julian Assange, the virtual volunteer army of supporters that form the loosely organized WikiLeaks has unleashed an avalanche of secret documents, videos, and classified military reports on the wars in Iraq and Afghanistan and other matters. Assange, a self-appointed champion of free speech, says he is on a mission to expose secrecy, corruption and injustice. Critics say his revelations of detainee torture and previously unknown civilian deaths – including the identities of informants working with the US military – have put U.S. military lives in danger and compromised American interests.

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3 comments:

Anonymous said...

Currently watching the CNN Presents doc
Wikileaks. It seems there is an new graphics
look. Where did Kaj Larsen come from ? Do
you guys have any info. I like his reporting
style. It is very modern and fast paced.

Anonymous said...

Great job Kaj. I have enjoyed his work on Current
TV for the last 5 years. I like the new hip look for
CNN Presents. I noticed that they ran commercials
for Amber Lyon next week. I just finished watching
WikiWars on the DVR and will set it for Amber next
week. Let's hope CNN gives us more documentaries
like this. Who cares about Mel GIbson or Amanda
Knox.If CNN goes with a Vanguard type series that
is a good thing. Maybe this can become a weekly
series by September. Of course, you would have
to start shooting and producing now to have
them ready by then.

Anonymous said...

Not sure of the ratings for CNN Presents.
TV by the Numbers has the some of the
ratings for the NBA Finals and they are
huge. I watched the repeat after the game.
IMHO CNN should hire the rest of Team
Vanguard from Current. I really like Kaj
Larsen's style of reporting as well as the
rest of his Vanguard colleagues.It is safe
to say he upped the ante for CNN docs.
A Nightlne type show for CNN each night
might not be a bad thing.