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Friday, January 17, 2014

Sunday Morning Programming 1/19/14

SUNDAY, January 19, 2014

STATE OF THE UNION WITH CANDY CROWLEY -  Airs LIVE Sunday 9:00AM – 10:00AM and 12:00PM – 1:00PM

Topic:   The President's Recommendations on the NSA, Benghazi, Syria, and Iran
Guest:   Rep. Mike Rogers (R-MI), chairman, House Intelligence Committee  

Topic:   NSA, Benghazi, Syria, Iran, and Chris Christie
Guest:  Sen. Angus King (I-ME)

Topic:    Political Panel
Guest:   Michael Crowley, senior correspondent, deputy Washington bureau chief, TIME
Guest:   Donna Brazile, CNN political commentator 
Guest:   Kristen Soltis-Anderson, vice president, Winston Group

Anchor: Candy Crowley

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

Topic:   The Secretary on Managing the U.S. Defense Forces – From Inside the Beltway Bubble and the
Status of Our Long Wars
Guest:  Robert M. Gates, former Secretary of Defense; author, DUTY (January 2014)

Topic:   Does Economic Growth Matter?
Guest:  Zachary Karabell, president, River Twice Research; author, The Leading Indicators: A Short
History of the Numbers That Rule Our World (February 2014)
Guest:  Umair Haque, director, Havas Media Labs; consultant, Harvard Business Review

Topic:   The Neuroscientists’ Take on the U.S. Deal with Iran
Guest:  Karim Sadjadpour, senior associate, Middle East Program – Carnegie Endowment for
International Peace
Guest:  Nicholas Wright, neuroscientist; associate, Carnegie Endowment for International Peace

Anchor: Fareed Zakaria

RELIABLE SOURCES – Airs LIVE from the Sundance Film Festival in Park City, Utah Sunday 11:00AM – NOON

Topic:    Controversy over Direct TV's Decision to Cut the Weather Channel from Its Lineup
Guest:   Jim Cantore, meteorologist, The Weather Channel
Guest:   Barry Parr, vice president, Consumer Media

Topic:    The Sundance Film Festival; What May Be the Golden Age for Documentary Film and the Power
 of Documentary as Journalism
Guest:   Brooks Barnes, media reporter, The New York Times
Guest:   Ramin Setoodeh, film editor, Variety 
Guest:   Barbara Chai, news editor, The Wall Street Journal

Topic:   "The Directors": Interviews With the Directors of Some of the Most Highly Anticipated Films at the
 2014 Sundance Film Festival
Guest:   Nadav Schirman, director, "The Green Prince" (2014)
Guest:   Greg Whiteley, director, "Mitt" (2014)
Guest:   Steve James, director, "Life Itself" (2014)
Guest:   Todd Douglas Miller, director, "Dinosaur 13" (2014)

Topic:    After Facing Controversy in the Media, 'Saturday Night Live' Airs This Saturday With Its New
 African American Female Cast Member
Guest:   Debra Wilson, actress and comedian
Guest:   Rachel Sklar, media reporter

Topic:    Unusual Methods Employed to Create Documentary Film
Guest:   Andrew Rossi, filmmaker, "Ivory Tower" (2014) and "Page One: Inside the New York Times"

Anchor: Brian Stelter

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Anonymous said...

I am so glad I am old enough to see history actually repeating itself.
Just today the Christie camp denied that they held certain cities as well as their mayors hostage in receiving funds from
the destruction of the super storm Sandy.
And Christie is outraged at MSNBC
for being bipartisan and "actually reporting it." Excuse me, they're being bipartisan?
Wasn't it just yesterday that the good Governor of NJ had to "Lawyer up," in order to defend himself from the first scandal his aides are involved in?
Wasn't the jamming of traffic on the GWB in September, bipartisan Govenator?
Let's see. Who else blamed the media for his bad luck during his second term......ah yes, I remember it well. Wasn't it Nixon who called the "bugging of the Democratic headquarters, "a third rate burglary and "he was not a crook." duh.
When will these guys learn that "the media," can make you or break you, and if you have nothing to don't blame them.
Govenor Christie, you may have leadership skills, but their in your huge fat a--.

Anonymous said...

Very good news for those who don't support or believe Chris Christie.
He was not welcomed in Florida and quietly slipped away after a fund raiser in Orlando...not at all like the Christie of former pre-scandal times.
The NYTimes is reporting that the Mayor of Hoboken spoke of retaliation, and lack of sufficient funding for the city after it was submerged by super storm Sandy. Dawn Zimmer said that there was retaliation from the Christie camp soon after she refused to support a redevelopment project that Christie favored and lack of funding, leaving the city and its people without enough money for their own redevelopment, after the storm.
Yes, let's hear it for the mayors of all the cities that got the shaft from Chris.....this is not going away anytime soon.
I don't know about you, but it sure sounds like some bullying going on, to me.

Anonymous said...

The presidential State of the Union Address is coming up next week. CNN's Sunday political program is called State of the Union. This needs to change. It gets confusing for people who don't watch a lot of news. I like Candy Crowley, but like Suzanne Malveaux, she needs to return as a political correspondent. She is a bit cold at anchoring.

It was reported last month that CNN is testing out a new weekly political program called The Source with John King. Hopefully this replaces CNN's State of the Union. I always felt that CNN made the mistake of moving John King to weekdays. He was doing well Sundays. As you may know, John King USA was cancelled.

I also like the idea from BuzzFeed of having Jake Tapper to host CNN's Sunday political morning show, as long as he continues hosting The Lead weekdays. He would be like George Stephanopoulos who on ABC hosts Good Morning America and This Week.

Anonymous said...

Seriously CNN?

Bieber's Troubles -- A CNN Special Report, Friday 10PM.

Anonymous said...

Barbara Boxer was on C-Span explaining climate control and she's right.
One day does not define a pattern.
It is EXTREME WEATHER that defines climate change whether it be extreme heat or we have now in many portions of the country.
But there was no excuse in Atlanta for children to be stuck on a school bus for almost 24 hours.
Atlanta didn't have mounds of snow. It had ice from extreme temperatures and they SHOULD be ready and able to deal with this during the WINTER!!
Good governing brings good results.
Bad governing brings results like the back up on Atlanta highways!
These are your tax dollars NOT at work.