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Sunday Show Preview

  • Meet the Press: Obama supporter Sen. Bob Casey (D-PA), Clinton supporter Gov. Ed Rendell (D-PA) and Tom Brokaw, Michael Eric Dyson and Amb. Andrew Young.

  • Face the Nation: Howard Dean, The Washington Post National Editor Rajiv Chandrasekaran, McClatchy Newspapers Chief Pentagon Correspondent Nancy Youssef and CBS News Chief Foreign Correspondent Lara Logan.

  • This Week: Dean and Sens. Jim Webb and Lindsey Graham and a roundtable with The Nation’s Katrina vanden Heuvel, Republican strategist Dan Senor, and ABC News’ Cokie Roberts and George Will.

  • Fox News Sunday: Sens. John McCain and John Kerry, and a panel with Brit Hume, Washington managing editor of FOX News; Mara Liasson of National Public Radio; Bill Kristol of the Weekly Standard, and Juan Williams of National Public Radio. The Power Player is Newseum executive director Joe Urschel.

  • Late Edition: Clinton supporter Rep. John Murtha, Obama supporter Sen. Christopher Dodd, and Sens. Dick Durbin and John Cornyn, and Rev. David O’Connell, Catholic University President. A roundtable with CNN’s Ed Henry, Candy Crowley, and Bill Schneider.

  • Chris Matthews Show: NBC’s Ron Allen, BBC’s Katty Kay, The Atlantic’s Andrew Sullivan, U.S. News & World Report’s Gloria Borger

  • Reliable Sources:’s Mary Katharine Ham, Chicago Tribune’s Clarence Page, Politico’s James Kotecki, Time’s James Poniewozik, St. Petersburg Times’ Eric Deggans,’s Jeff Jarvis

  • C-SPAN’s Newsmakers: Cardinal Francis George, U.S. Conference of Catholic Bishops, President, will be interviewed by Jay Tolson, U.S. News & World Report, Senior Writer & Cathy Lynn Grossman, USA Today

  • Bloomberg’s Political Capital with Al Hunt: Sen. Evan Bayh (D-IN)

  • This is America: Roger Wilkins, Deborah Simmons of the Washington Times, Jabari Asim of the NAACP’s Crisis magazine, Michelle Bernard of the Independent Women’s Forum, Rev. Dr. Morris L. Shearin Sr. of the Israel Baptist Church, and Fath Davis Ruffins of the Smithsonian Institution.

    Note: The guest lists for Tim Russert and CN8′s Roll Call TV with Robert Traynham were unavailable.

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    Post’s Revolving Door

    From the Post’s internal email, obtained by FishbowlDC:

      I’m delighted to announce that Rachel Hartigan Shea, our paperback columnist and part-time editor extraordinaire, will take on the post of cultural editor that Jabari Asim left in August to head up The Crisis, the NAACP’s magazine.

      Rachel came to us two years ago from the U.S. News and World Report, where she was an education and culture editor. Since her arrival, she has contributed greatly to our pages, covering paperbacks, travel, adventure, education, women’s issues, science fiction, and a number of other subject areas, as well as writing a monthly review for Book World in Style. As senior culture editor for us, she will be responsible for social issues across the board, pop culture, intellectual history, literary history, criticism, and the arts.

      We’re very excited about the enthusiasm and ranging portfolio Rachel brings to this job. She begins next week.


      We are pleased to announce that Kristen Mack, a political columnist and reporter at the Houston Chronicle, will be joining the Prince William bureau next month as government and politics reporter. She succeeds Tim Dwyer, who left The Post to become executive editor of The Day in New London, Conn.

      Kristen’s column is a must-read in Houston, providing readers with analysis, news, introspection and humor that help readers understand not just the nuance of politics but also why it matters to them.

      She is eager to bring that skill and talent to Prince William, which is undergoing rapid change and has been at the forefront of several transcendent issues, most notably immigration.

      Before joining the Chronicle in September 2001, Kristen was a Hearst Newspaper Fellow and interned at the Seattle Times, Memphis Commercial Appeal and the Miami Herald.

      She is a graduate of Emory University in Atlanta and the UC-Berkeley Graduate School of Journalism. She will join the growing contingent of Golden Bears on the Virginia staff. Please join us in welcoming Kristen.

    In response to the above, one Postie wrote: “so I guess we’re hiring from outside again, which is good…”