Saturday, April 29, 2006


ABC / This Week with George Stephanopoulos: Secretary of State Dr. Condoleezza Rice will be the featured guest to discuss unsteady oil markets along with the plan in Iraq, along with a debate between U.S. Senator Charles Schumer (D - NY) and former U.S. Senator - now oil industry spokesman J. Bennett Johnson (D - LA) about oil prices and who's to blame. The roundtable will feature Newsweek International editor Fareed Zakaria, Time magazine Deputy Washington Bureau Chief Jay Carney, his wife Claire Shipman of ABC News, and conservative columnist George Will.

CBS / Face The Nation with Bob Schieffer: The guests and subjects were not been announced as of early Saturday morning. This has, unfortunately, become a bit of a habit for CBS, which has not posted a preview of guests since early April.

CNN / Late Edition with Wolf Blitzer: The SecState will be here discussing the new Iraqi government and Iran's nuclear ambitions. Also appearing: U.S. Senators Trent Lott (R - MS) and Barbara Boxer (D - CA), former director of the Israeli intellegence service Mossad Efraim Halvey, and former CIA director James Woolsey.

FOX / Fox News Sunday with Chris Wallace: It's a tenth anniversary show for Fox News Sunday, and it will be duly celebrated with host Chris Wallace. Also, President Bush's new Chief of Staff Josh Bolton will be interviewed, and a chat with former Fox News host turned Bush Press Secretary Tony Snow.

NBC / Meet the Press with Tim Russert: Secretary of Energy Samuel Bodman, American Petroleum Institute President/CEO Red Cavaney, CNBC host Jim Cramer, U.S. Senator Dick Durbin (D - IL), and energy analyst/author Daniel Yergin will discuss the continuing upward spiral in gas prices.

Syndicated / The Chris Matthews Show: The panel will discuss the 2008 presidential possibilities. MSNBC's Norah O'Donnell, Howard Fineman of Newsweek magazine, Cynthia Tucker of the Atlanta Journal-Constitution, and David Brooks of The New York Times will banter about Hillary, John, Rudy, and maybe a couple of more folks and their chances.


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