Contact Us

All Things CNN is an independent blog that has no affiliation with CNN.

If you wish to contact us with tips, comments or suggestions our email is

To contact a specific CNN program please check our CNN programs link at the top of this page.

To contact CNN
click here.


All Things CNN
is now on Twitter.
twitter / AllThingsCNN

Friday, July 27, 2012

This Weekend's Programming 7/28/12

SATURDAY, July 28, 2012

Topic: Osama bin Laden; National Security
Guest: Admiral William McRaven, Commander, U.S. Special Operations (ALL ON TAPE!)
Anchor: Wolf Blitzer

MADNESS AT MIDNIGHT: THE SEARCH FOR ANSWERS IN AURORA – Airs LIVE Saturday 8:00PM – 9:00PM, 10:00PM and SUNDAY 1:00AM, 4:00AM, 8:00PM and 11:00PM
Just one week ago, movie goers in a suburb of Denver, CO, were just settling in at a theater for a midnight summer blockbuster when it soon became clear that something was terribly wrong. According to witnesses, a masked, armored, heavily-armed man released teargas from the front of the theater, shot first into the air, and then began shooting randomly into the crowded auditorium with automatic weapons. CNN anchor Don Lemon anchors live updates each evening, with contributions from investigative correspondent Drew Griffin. They search for answers to the events of July 20, 2012, in Aurora, CO, speaking with survivors of that fateful evening, profiling the victims of the shootings, and revealing information about the suspect who now stands accused of killing 12 and wounding 58 people – while trying to determine if there may have been warning signs to the tragedy.

SUNDAY, July 29, 2012

Topic: Campaign 2012; Romney’s Overseas Trip; Intel Leaks; Defense Cuts and Congressional Agenda
Guest: Sen. Dick Durbin (D-IL), Majority Whip
Topic: Campaign 2012; Romney’s Overseas Trip; Defense Cuts and Congressional Agenda
Guest: Sen. Kelly Ayotte (R-NH)
Anchor: Candy Crowley

FAREED ZAKARIA GPS – Airs Sunday 10:00AM – 11:00AM and 1:00PM – 2:00PM
Topics: Just how bad is the American economy? What can the government do to improve it? Will Krugman succeed Fed Chair Ben Bernanke? Will the euro collapse? Are the attacks on Romney’s Bain Capital days fair?
Guest: Paul Krugman, columnist, The New York Times and Professor of Economics & International Affairs, Princeton University; Nobel laureate in economics; author: End This Depression Now! (2012)
Guest: Kenneth Rogoff, PhD, professor of economics and public policy at Harvard University; author: This Time is Different (2009)
Topics: Syria – what’s the endgame? What should the U.S. be doing? Is Syria like Iraq? Iran – how to resolve the nuclear issue? Egypt – what to expect from the Muslim Brotherhood President? Romney – what to make of his foreign policy?
Guest: Tom Friedman, author (That Used To Be Us, 2011) Pulitzer prize-winning columnist for The New York Times
Guest: Richard Haass, PhD, president, Council on Foreign Relations
Guest: Anne-Marie Slaughter, D.Phil, dean of the Woodrow Wilson School of Public and International Affairs, Princeton University, former Director of Policy Planning for the U.S. State Department of State (Barack Obama Administration)
Guest: Paul Wolfowitz, former U.S. Deputy Secretary of Defense (George W Bush Administration)
Anchor: Fareed Zakaria

Topics: Romney’s Olympic Gaffe; Overseas Trip; Campaign 2012
Guest: Ryan Lizza, The New Yorker
Guest: Jim Geraghty, National Review
Guest: Keli Goff,
Topics: Media’s Gun Control Debate
Guest: Fred Francis, former NBC correspondent
Guest: Jane Hall, associate professor of journalism, American University
Topics: New “Face the Facts” Media Project
Guest: Frank Sesno, professor of media and public affairs, The George Washington University
Topics: Olympics; Penn State Controversy; Life as a Sportswriter
Guest: Frank Deford, author, “Over Time: My Life as a Sportswriter”
Host: Howard Kurtz

CNN’s Wolf Blitzer travels to Israel to sit down with Mitt Romney
As GOP presidential hopeful Mitt Romney continues on his foreign policy trip, CNN lead political anchor Wolf Blitzer will join the candidate in Israel for a substantive interview. Blitzer will sit down with Romney to discuss the goals of his foreign policy swing, the latest on his campaign, the unrest in many regions around the globe and more. This interview will air on Monday, July 30 on CNN’s The Situation Room with Wolf Blitzer, 4-7 p.m. ET.

Not only is Blitzer known for his political experience, he has traveled the world providing in-depth reports on international affairs and news events to include the Iraq war in 2003 and the crisis in Israel between the country and Hezbollah in 2006. Blitzer began his career in 1972 with the Reuters News Agency in Tel Aviv. Shortly thereafter, he became a Washington, D.C., correspondent for The Jerusalem Post. Read more about Blitzer’s international expertise .

All content, unless otherwise cited, is © All Things CNN and may not be used without consent of the blog administrator.

No comments: