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Sunday Show Preview

NBC’s Meet the Press: General Motors President & CEO Fritz Henderson and a roundtable with former President Bush speechwriter Michael Gerson, CNBC’s John Harwood, BBC’s Katty Kay, author Joshua Cooper Ramo and former Chief Economist at the US Department of Labor Dr. Bill Rodgers

CBS’ Face the Nation: Treasury Secretary Timothy Geithner, WaPo’s Perry Bacon and CBS’ Lara Logan

ABC’s This Week: US Ambassador to the UN Dr. Susan Rice and a roundtable with former President Bush speechwriter David Frum, Council on Foreign Relations President Richard Haas, HuffPost’s Arianna Huffington, ABC’s Martha Raddatz and columnist George Will

Fox News Sunday: President’s Senior Advisor David Axelrod, Gov. Mark Sanford (R-SC), former Speaker of the House Newt Gingrich, and Rep. Debbie Wasserman Schultz (D-FL)

CNN’s State of the Union: General Motors President & CEO Fritz Henderson, Sen. Bob Corker (R-TN) and Sen. Debbie Stabenow

CNN’s Reliable Sources with Howard Kurtz: BBC’s Matt Frei, “The President’s Secret IMs” author Danielle Crittenden, political analyst and author Keli Goff, former Chicago Tribune managing editor and Washington bureau chief Jim Warren and Chicago Sun-Times’ Carol Marin

CNN’s GPS with Fareed Zakaria: Former Secretary of State James Baker, Foreign Policy’s Moises Naim, Financial Times’ Martin Wolf and NYT’s Nicholas Kristof

NBC’s The Chris Matthews Show: MSNBC’s Norah O’Donnell, WaPo’s Anne Kornblut, NY Magazine’s John Heilemann and HD Net’s Dan Rather

Washington Week with Gwen Ifill and National Journal: CNBC and NYT’s John Harwood, ABC’s Martha Raddatz, WSJ’s David Wessel and NBC’s Pete Williams

Bloomberg’s Political Capital with Al Hunt: Sen. Jim Webb (D-VA), Bloomberg’s Doron Levin, Hans Nichols, Margaret Carlson and Kate O’Beirne

Roll Call TV with Robert Traynham: Sen. Chuck Grassley (R-IA) and Roll Call’s Emily Heil

Will update throughout the day as bookings change.

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Sunday Show Preview

  • Meet The Press: Senate Majority Leader Harry Reid (D-NV) and a roundtable with The Atlantic’s Jeffrey Goldberg, BBC World News America’s Katty Kay, Al-Arabiya’s Hisham Melhem, NBC’s Andrea Mitchell and The New York Times’ David Sanger.

  • This Week: Senators Richard Durbin (D-IL) and Mitch McConnell (R-KY), U.S. Senate Appointee Roland Burris (D-IL) and a roundtable with The Nation’s Katrina vanden Heuvel and ABC News’ Jonathan Karl, Cokie Roberts, and George Will.

  • Fox News Sunday: Former President George H.W. Bush and a panel with Brit Hume, Washington Managing Editor of Fox News, Mara Liasson, National Public Radio & Fox News, Bill Kristol, Weekly Standard & Fox News and Juan Williams, National Public Radio & Fox News.

  • Late Edition with Wolf Blitzer: Saeb Erakat, chief Palestinian negotiator, Gov. Jon Corzine (D), Governor of New Jersey, Gov. Mark Sanford (R), Governor of South Carolina, Mitt Romney (R), former presidential candidate; former Governor of Massachusetts, Ed Rollins, Republican strategist; CNN political contributor, James Carville, Democratic strategist; CNN political contributor, Amy Walter, CNN political contributor; editor-in-chief, The Hotline, Gloria Borger, CNN senior political analyst and Ed Henry, CNN senior White House correspondent.

  • Chris Matthews Show: Erin Burnett of CNBC; David Brooks of the New York Times; Joe Klein of Time magazine; and Norah O’Donnell of MSNBC.

  • Reliable Sources: Jonathan Martin, Politico, Carol Marin, anchor, WMAQ Chicago, Michel Martin, host, “Tell Me More” NPR, Jim Warren, former managing editor, The Chicago Tribune, Phil Bronstein, executive editor, The San Francisco Chronicle, Len Downie, executive editor, The Washington Post and Jessi Klein, writer and comedian.

  • C-SPAN’s In Depth: Author and journalist Bill Gertz

  • Inside Washington: Newsweek’s Evan Thomas, The Washington Post’s Colbert King, Politico’s Jeanne Cummings, and syndicated columnist Charles Krauthammer.

  • Fareed Zakaria — GPS: Sam Palmisano, CEO, IBM and Gilles Kepel, author, “Beyond Terror and Martyrdom”

  • Sunday Show Preview

  • Meet The Press: Secretary of State Condoleezza Rice and a roundtable with CNBC’s Erin Burnett, Chicago Sun-Times’ Carol Marin, NBC’s Andrea Mitchell and NPR’s Michele Norris.

  • This Week: Joseph Biden and a roundtable with ABC News’ Sam Donaldson, Cokie Roberts, and George Will along with ABC’s Donna Brazile.

  • Fox News Sunday: Vice President Dick Cheney.

  • Face the Nation: Kerry Kennedy, Rep. Thomas Reynolds (R-NY), Geraldine Ferraro, Rep. Gary Ackerman (D-NY), NYC Dept. of Education Chancellor Joel Klein, Rep. Peter King (R-NY) and NY1 political anchor Dominic Carter.

  • Late Edition with Wolf Blitzer: Rep. Barney Frank (D-MA), Chairman, Financial Services Committee, Rep. Eric Cantor (R-VA), Laura Tyson, former Clinton economic adviser, Carly Fiorina, former chairman & CEO, Hewlett-Packard, Ed Rollins, Republican strategist; CNN political contributor, David Gergen, CNN senior political analyst; former presidential adviser, James Carville, Democratic strategist; CNN political contributor, Tara Wall, deputy editorial page editor, The Washington Times; CNN political contributor, Jessica Yellin, CNN national political correspondent, William Schneider, CNN senior political analyst and Ed Henry, CNN senior White House correspondent.

  • Inside Washington: NPR’s Nina Totenberg, The Washington Post’s Colbert King and syndicated columnists Mark Shields and Charles Krauthammer.

  • Reliable Sources: Michelle Cottle, senior editor, The New Republic, S.E. Cupp, co-author, “Why You’re Wrong About the Right”, Beth Fouhy, politics reporter Associated Press, Whoopi Goldberg, moderator, “The View”; comedian.

  • The Chris Matthews Show: Joe Klein of Time magazine; Helene Cooper, New York Times White House correspondent; John Heilemann, New York magazine; and Katty Kay, BBC Washington correspondent.

  • C-SPAN’s Newsmakers: Nancy Nord, Consumer Product Safety Commission Acting Chairman is interviewed by Eric Lipton of the New York Times, and Melanie Trottman of the Wall Street Journal.

  • GPS: Zalmay Khalilzad, United States Ambassador to the United Nations, Nassim Nicholas Taleb, author, “The Black Swan”, John Bruton, European Union Ambassador to the United States; former Prime Minister of Ireland, Moises Naim, editor-in-chief, Foreign Policy magazine.

  • The Post Politics Program with Ed O’Keefe and Emily Freifeld: The Post’s Bob Woodward, Ben Bradlee and Lena Sun. The show airs Saturdays on POTUS, Sirius 110, XM 130 at 9 a.m., Noon, 3 p.m. and 6 p.m. ET

  • Bloomberg’s Political Capital with Al Hunt: Sen. John Sununu (R-NH).

  • Taking Out The Trash, 03.09.07

  • An ABC release announced that “This Week with George Stephanopoulos” outperformed CBS’ “Face the Nation” with 3.04 million Total Viewers on Sunday, March 4. “This is the ninth time this season ‘This Week’ outperformed ‘Face the Nation’ in Total Viewers.”

  • Pew Weekly’s News Interest Index is up.

  • From Wake-Up Call:

      Continuing his recent obsession with purity, Chris Matthews said of a guest: “He’s as pure as the driven snow. … I’ve never met someone so pure” (“Hardball”).

  • PostieCon is ready for you.

  • Data-Planet launches. From the release:”Researchers wanting to quickly compare, trend, profile or map data from multiple federal agencies no longer need dozens of sites and several software applications. Data-Planet (www.data-planet.com), a new service of Conquest Systems Inc., offers current and historical public statistical data from many of the federal statistical producing agencies, as well as data from non-government organizations.”

  • From the NBC release: “Meet the Press with Tim Russert outperforms CBS and ABC by over one million viewers and FOX by over 2.4 million. Also tops CBS, CBS, ABC and FOX in homes and adults 25-54.”

  • Woodruff Says He Won’t Return To Iraq

  • National Book Critics Circle awards announced.

  • Washingtonpost.com unveils interactive report on Darfur crisis.

  • Blogging for dollars raises questions of online ethics

  • From DCRTV: “Former Channel 9/WUSA reporter Ellen Kingsley’s 20-year fight against breast cancer ended today in Texas.”

  • Next week is Sunshine Week!

  • Interface Media Group sold to longtime employee

  • From OpinionJournal:

      Another Man’s Victim?
      Reuters has a cute little human interest story about funny people from Vermont holding “town meetings” where they call for President Bush’s impeachment. What caught our eye was not the darling little Vermonters, though, but something in this paragraph:

      Doug Dunbebin, who walked door-to-door collecting signatures to get the question onto the town meeting ballot, said there are still unanswered questions about September 11, 2001, when hijacked plane attacks killed 2,992 people at New York’s World Trade Center, at the Pentagon and in Pennsylvania.

      That number, 2,992, looked unfamiliar to us. We went back and looked at our December item on the Associated Press’s bogus “grim milestone” (U.S. military deaths in Iraq surpassing total 9/11 deaths), and sure enough, the AP’s 9/11 count was different: 2,973 to be exact.

      What’s the difference between 2,992 and 2,973? Nineteen. It seems Reuters is counting the terrorists–or should that be “freedom fighters”?–among the victims of 9/11.

  • Did somebody just call Jonathan Yardley a “worn-out old whore”?

  • Sports reporter George Michael will appear at Nathans’ Q&A Cafe April 4.
  • A tipster makes this good point (regarding this): “The WHCA decides the seating in the briefing room, not the administration.”

  • No joke: The Politico (or as the tipster who pointed this out to us said, “self-promotico”) has its own “Fans of the Politico” Facebook page.

  • Chicago Sun-Times’ Carol Marin takes a swipe at Mark Leibovich.

  • Gallup is looking for a Internet Webcast Producer. “Candidates for this opportunity must have 2 years of experience as a producer or an associate producer. Broad knowledge of Internet production methods is helpful.”

  • The Association of Health Care Journalists announced the winners of the 2006 Awards for Excellence in Health Care Journalism. Frank Christopher, Matthew Eisen and Marc Shaffer, of PBS and Susan Dentzer, Murrey Jacobson and Elizabeth Callan, The NewsHour with Jim Lehrer, of PBS are both among the winners.

  • A reader asks, “How hard pressed is the politico for copy that it ran an full page except from Martin Tolchin’s book — which was released in July, 2006?!”

  • Another reader tells us, “I believe the Post reporter you mentioned causing some tension at the Kalb Report was actually WSJ deputy Washington bureau chief David Wessel.”

  • Washington Post’s Frank Ahrens reports, “If there’s any good news about the businesses of newspapering these days, it can be found at the industry’s littlest papers, which are doing well even as their bigger brothers founder.”

  • Noam Cohen reports that C-SPAN announced that it is “changing its copyright policy to ‘allow noncommercial copying, sharing and posting’ on the Internet of its coverage of events sponsored by Congress or any federal agency, a decision that covers about 50 percent of its material.”

  • DCRTV reports, “Superstar sports columnist Tony Kornheiser, on his two-week-old Washington Post Radio show today, was asked about his ratings: ‘I went to a station with no ratings. So if I get seven listeners they’ll carry me around like a god.’”

  • NYT Assistant Managing Editor Glenn Kramon: Sorta jealous of the Post.

  • You too can smell like us.