Sunday Talking Heads

Talking Heads

“Wild Wild Life”


ABC’s This Week [George Stephanopoulos]

This Sunday, George goes “On the Trail” with former Sen. John Edwards in South Carolina. After a well-received performance in Tuesday’s debate, Edwards discusses where things stand with his campaign. Will his sharp critiques of Sen. Hillary Clinton continue? And can Edwards’ populist message help him break out of the Democratic field?

Then, on our “Roundtable,” E.J. Dionne, Michael Gerson, Ron Brownstein and George Will debate the week’s politics.

NBC’s Meet The Press [Tim Russert]

Presidential contender Fmr. Sen. Fred Thompson (R-TN) joins us exclusively for an in-depth interview on the issues facing the country as our Meet the Candidate Series continues. Plus, former NBC anchorman Tom Brokaw talks about his new book, “Boom! Voices of the Sixties.”

CBS’s Face The Nation [Bob Schieffer]

Guests:

Sen. Joe Biden, D-Delaware
Presidential Candidate Mark Penn Chief Strategist, Hillary Clinton for President

Topic:

Campaign ’08, Mukasey Nomination

FOX News Sunday [Chris Wallace]

A “FOX News Sunday” exclusive: We begin a new series called “American Leaders” with former President George H. W. Bush. We’ll talk about his view of our nation and its place in the world and get an inside look at the moments that helped define his presidency. He’ll offer us his perspective on public service and volunteerism. He’ll also share his hopes for the nation as well as his fears. Then you won’t want to miss a specially guided tour of never seen before sections of his presidential library, only on “FOX News Sunday.”

Our panel will discuss this week’s Democratic presidential debate: Did frontrunner Hillary Clinton stumble on immigration? And which opponent is best positioned to take advantage? Joining us will be Brit Hume, Washington managing editor of FOX News, Bill Kristol of the Weekly Standard and Mara Liasson and Juan Williams both of National Public Radio.

CNN’s Late Edition [Wolf Blitzer]

Tony Blair, Former British Prime Minister; Quartet Committee Envoy for Peace in the Middle East
Sen. John McCain, (R) Arizona; (R) Presidential Candidate
Sen. Chris Dodd, (D) Connecticut; (D) Presidential Candidate
Sen. Arlen Specter, (R) Pennsylvania, Ranking Member, Judiciary Cmte.
Sen. Dianne Feinstein, (D) California, Judiciary Cmte.

~ Egreggious

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