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Saturday, February 16, 2013

This Weekend's Programming 2/16 - 2/17/13

SATURDAY, February 16, 2013

SANJAY GUPTA, MD – Airs Saturday 4:30PM – 5:00PM and Sunday 7:30AM – 8:00AM
This week Sanjay Gupta MD is putting heart health under the microscope.  The show will start famous “Heart Attack Grill,” where the menu advertises “food good enough to die for.” The spokesman died of a heart attack this week – just months after the last spokesman dropped dead at age 29, and two customers died of heart attacks right in the restaurant.  Sanjay talks to the owner of the grill, and heart specialist Dr. Suzanne Steinbaum to see how much fast food is too much.  Sanjay also looks at a screening test that shows whether young people, especially young athletes, are at risk of sudden death. There’s no question the test would save lives, but it’s still controversial.


Topic:   Pope Benedict Resigning
Guest:  Bishop David O’Connell, Diocese of Trenton

Topic:   Wisconsin Shooting; State of the Union
Guest:  Lieutenant Brian Murphy, first responder to the Wisconsin Sikh temple shooting

Anchor:  Wolf Blitzer

SUNDAY, February 17, 2013


Topics:    Senate Democrats and President Obama’s Agenda
Guest:     Sen. Charles Schumer (D-NY)

Topics:    Republican Efforts to Derail Obama Cabinet Nominees
Guest:     Sen. John Barrasso (R-WY)

Topics:    Effect of Sequestration on Defense Cuts
Guest:     Rep. Mike Rogers (R-MI)
Guest:     Sen. Jack Reed (D-RI)

Topics:    Politics
Guest:     Dana Bash, CNN chief congressional correspondent
Guest:     Ron Klain, former Chief of Staff to Vice President Biden
Guest:     Former Rep. Steve LaTourette (R-OH)
Guest:     Jeff Zeleny, New York Times

Anchor:   Candy Crowley


Topic:    State of the Union and Dorner Manhunt Coverage; Kurtz vs. O’Reilly on Drone Coverage
Guest:   Frank Sesno, Director, The George Washington University School of Media and Public Affairs; former Washington bureau chief
Guest:   Jane Hall, professor, American University School of Communications
Guest:   Paul Farhi, columnist, The Washington Post

Topic:    Partisan Coverage of the State of the Union and GOP Response; “Water-gate”
Guest:   Keli Goff, political correspondent,
Guest:   Will Cain, analyst, The Blaze and GBTV; CNN contributor

Topic:   How Bronstein Won Trust to Tell the Story of ‘The Shooter’
Guest:  Phil Bronstein, chairman of the board, Center for Investigative Reporting

Host:     Howard Kurtz

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

Topics:    How Australia passed a ban on ‘assault-style’ weapons following the Port Arthur shooting massacre in 1996 – has it worked?
Guest:     John Howard, former prime minister of Australia (1996-2007)

Topic:      What can President Obama do about jobs?  Why can’t more progress be made on job growth?
Guest:     Larry Summers, former Director of the White House National Economic Council (Obama Administration), former U.S. Treasury Secretary (Clinton Administration)

Topics:    An inside look at China’s economy – is it in for a hard landing? What effect does corruption have on growth there? Where will China’s renewed nationalism lead?
Guest:     David Li, PhD, professor and chair, department of finance, Tsinghua University (China) and member, Monetary Policy Committee of the People’s Bank of China

Anchor:   Fareed Zakaria

THE NEXT LIST –  Airs Sunday 2:30PM – 3:00PM
This week The Next List profiles Ed Lu, a former NASA astronaut and current CEO of the B612 Foundation. His goal is to build a space telescope that will detect possibly cataclysmic asteroids headed for Earth.

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1 comment:

Anonymous said...

Noticed on the 8PM airing of AC360ΒΊ tonight that CNN finally reverted back to a red Breaking News logo. I never understood the yellow.