Saturday, October 14, 2006


ABC / This Week with George Stephanopoulos: U.S. Ambassador to the United Nations John Bolton will talk about the North Korean threat of becoming a nuclear power and the struggle for stability in Iraq. The "On the Trail" segment features the U.S. Senate race in Tennessee between Democratic Congressman Harold Ford and Republican Bob Corker. And the roundtable will feature Newsweek International editor Fareed Zakaria, ABC News Chief White House Correspondant Martha Raddatz, and conservative columnist George Will.

CBS / Face The Nation with Bob Schieffer: North Korea and Iraq are the topics with Secretary of State Dr. Condoleezza Rice, U.S. Senator John Warner (R - VA), former Senator Sam Nunn (D - GA), and New York Times White House Correspondent David Sanger.

CNN / Late Edition with Wolf Blitzer: The North Korean threat will be discussed with U.N. Ambassador John Bolton. Then, chairmen Dr. Howard Dean of the Democratic National Committee, and Ken Mehlman of the Republican National Committee talk midterm politics. Also appearing: U.S. Senators Carl Levin (D - MI) and Chuck Hagel (R - NE), CNN Senior Political Correspondent Candy Crowley, Los Angeles Times correspondent and CNN Political Analyst Ron Brownstein, and Stu Rothenberg of the Rothenberg Political Report and also a CNN Political Analyst.

FOX / Fox News Sunday with Chris Wallace: Two big names will be featured this week: Secretary of State Dr. Condoleezza Rice will be on to discuss the North Korean nuclear threat, and 2004 presidential candidate U.S. Senator John Kerry (D - MA) will talk about national security.

NBC / Meet the Press with Tim Russert: U.N. Ambassador John Bolton will be here also, and the MTP Senate Debate Series continues, this week featuring the race in Minnesota between Congressman Mark Kennedy (R) and Hennepin County Attorney Amy Klobuchar (D).

Syndicated / The Chris Matthews Show: The panel this week will question if President Bush is looking for an exit strategy in Iraq, and what can the next president accomplish in the world after the 2008 election. On the panel will be NBC News Chief Foreign Affairs Correspondent Andrea Mitchell, CBS News National Political Correspondent Gloria Borger, New York Times writer David Brooks, and Bob Woodward, Assistant Managing Editor of the Washington Post and author of the new book State of Denial.

Bay News 9 / Political Connections: The Tampa Bay area cable political chatup takes a national turn this week, featuring a one-on-one conversation with former Democratic Virginia governor Mark Warner, who only Thursday announced that he would not seek his party's nomination for the presidency.


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