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malik flavors Donating Member (1000+ posts) Send PM | Profile | Ignore Sat Nov-29-08 10:15 AM
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Poll question: PBS Friday Night Talk Show Lineup Vs. Sunday Morning Talk Show Lineup
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I'm just curious which of these two is most peoples favorite politcal talk show lineup?

PBS Friday Night:

Sheilds and Brooks analysis on "News Hour"
Washington Week w/ Gwen Iffil
NOW on PBS
Bill Moyers Journal
Charlie Rose

Sunday Morning Talk Shows:

Face The Nation
Meet The Press
This Week w/ George Stephanopolis
Fox News Sunday
The John Mclaughlin Group
The Chris Matthews Show

I didn't include CNN's "Late Edition" because that's on cable.

I really love both of these lineups. I think Sunday mornings are more flashy with their roundtables and big name contributors, but I think PBS Friday nights are more informative and in depth. For my money these are the best politcal lineups on television and cable punditry is far far behind. If I had t choose, I think I would go with PBS, simply because you get so much out of it, but it's great to wake up on Sunday, make a cup of coffee, and enjoy the morning talk shows.

Anybody else have a preference out of these two political show lineups?

Sorry, polls are turned off at Level 3.

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