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Friday, April 26, 2013

This Weekend's Programming 4/28/13

SUNDAY, April 28, 2013


Topic:    Terrorism and Intelligence
Guest:   Sen. Dan Coats (R-IN), Senate Intelligence Committee
Guest:   Rep. Adam Schiff (D-CA), House Intelligence Committee

Topic:    Terrorism and Intelligence
Guest:    Nicholas Burns, former Under Secretary of State
Guest:    Michael Chertoff, former Homeland Security Secretary

Topic:    Terrorism and Intelligence
Guest:   Rep. Marsha Blackburn (R-TN)
Guest:   Rep. Jason Chaffetz (R-UT), Homeland Security Committee
Guest:   Rep. Bennie Thompson (D-MS), Ranking member, Homeland Security Committee
Guest:   Rep. Debbie Wasserman Schultz (D-FL), Chair, Democratic National Committee

Anchor:  Candy Crowley

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

Topic:      America’s counterterrorism capabilities and the Boston Marathon bombing case
Guest:     Gen. Michael Hayden, AF (ret.) former Director of the National Security Agency, CIA (George W. BushAdministration)

Topics:    Conflict in Chechnya – and its possible links to the Boston Marathon bombing case 
Guest:     Anne Applebaum, Pulitzer Prize-winning foreign affairs journalist, The Washington Post
Guest:     Anatol Lieven, chair of international relations, War Studies Department, King’s College London, senior fellow, New America Foundation

Topics:    Technology’s role in combatting terror; technology’s role in democratizing autocratic nations
Guest:     Eric Schmidt, executive chairman, Google
Guest:     Jared Cohen, director of Google Ideas, adjunct senior fellow, Council on Foreign Relations

Topic:      How people transform into fundamentalists; America’s treatment of immigrants
Guest:     Mira Nair, film director, The Reluctant Fundamentalist (2013)

Anchor:    Fareed Zakaria


Topic:   Boston Bombings Coverage, Impact of Coverage on Investigation
Guest:  Jane Hall, American University School of Communications
Guest:  Cenk Uygur, Current TV and host of “The Young Turks
Guest:  Michael Medved, Syndicated Radio Host

Topic:   Boston Globe Columnist’s Take on Bombing Coverage Two Weeks Later
Guest:  Kevin Cullen, Boston Globe

Topic:   Journalist’s Personal Story on Having a Double Mastectomy
Guest:  Michelle Cottle, Newsweek/The Daily Beast

Topic:   Does the press route for one side in social issues including gun control?  A discussion with Ross Douthat.
Guest:  Ross Douthat, CNN Contributor, New York Times columnist

Host:    Howard Kurtz

THE NEXT LIST –  Airs Sunday 2:30PM – 3:00PM
This week The Next List profiles Hugh Herr, director of the Biomechatronics group at MIT’s Media Lab and the founder of iWalkHerr believes there is no such thing as disability. There is only bad technology. The devastating bombings at the Boston Marathon last week left more than 260 people wounded and at least 13 amputees. Hugh Herr has offered up his cutting edge technology to these victims and says he is fully committed to helping them any way he can.  Hugh Herr, a double amputee, believes the bionic limbs he’s inventing will transform the way amputees experience their lives, will revolutionize sports and predicts the advancement of limb technology will change the psychology of disability.

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Anonymous said...

Get ready boys and girls. April 2013 is coming to an end and the ratings will soon be out for CNN, MSNBC & FNC. Who grew, who lost viewers ? Will things improve for CNN ? It's safe to assume that 360 is the top rated show at CnN with TSR likely being #2. All will have their press releases but let's see if we get something real.

Anonymous said...

Fareed Zakaria had an interesting discussion Sunday with a group of panelists who concluded that the United States had to do a better job of assimilating immigrants and foreigners to this country.
They were of the mindset that Europeans did it better.
It wasn't too long ago that England was having trouble themselves assimilating their own Muslim population and looked to the US for guidance.
Just because a few misguided immigrants, sought NOT to be assimilated and felt sorry for themselves, does not mean that WE need to do a better job assimilating those who seek asylum here.
We need to do a better job interrogating those from "certain countries" that we KNOW are enemies of our culture and NOT be so tolerant letting them come so freely to our shores.
Not the other way around.

Anonymous said...

It does not matter how high tech these new limbs are, when you lose your real leg it is like a death.
This is ultimately a loss of independence and you're never going to look and feel the same.
Your life is changed forever because unfortunately, if you were a victim in this massacre, you were in the wrong place at the wrong time.
Most people not only need goog physical therapy but mental therapy as well.
A soldier goes into battle knowing he may suffer an injury or death. What a horror it is, that as an ordinary person, running one minute in a race, and the next, unable to move at all.