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  • Washington Week Video Podcast | PBS

    Each week, the country's top reporters join moderator Gwen Ifill for an in-depth discussion of the week's top news from Washington and around the world. The longest-running news and public affairs program on PBS, "Washington Week" features journalists -- not pundits -- lending insight and perspective to the week's important news stories. This week Gwen will be broadcasting from Minnesota, site of the 2008 Republican National Convention. She'll preview next week's convention and have analysis on the state of Campaign '08.

  • European Journal: The Magazine from Brussels

    European Journal is a 30 minute magazine on DW-TV that delivers the inside take – reports on important political, economic and cultural developments in the EU with a strong focus on the European integration process. European Journal features issues that move Europeans and shows Europeans on the move.

  • Quadriga: The International Talk Show

    DW-TV´s international talk show with four journalists discussing the week´s top international issue.

  • MSNBC Rachel Maddow (video)

    "The Rachel Maddow Show," which airs 9 p.m. ET weeknights on MSNBC, is a smart look at politics, pop culture, and all the day's top stories. This video podcast brings you the first segment of each night's show.

  • The Lew Rockwell Show

    Covering the US government's economic depredations, police state enactments, and wars of aggression.

  • Bloggingheads.tv

    Robert Wright, Mickey Kaus and friends talk about the issues of the day. Go to www.bloggingheads.tv for video and for more information.

  • The Monocle Weekly

    The Monocle Weekly signs on with a mix of smart discussion, previews, field reports and feature interviews. From our studio in London and our bureaux in Tokyo and New York, Monocle's editors focus on the horizon and explore the looming stories within the five areas that define our editorial agenda: global affairs, business, culture, design and consumer culture. Welcome to the third episode of the Monocle Weekly. This week we go to Gaza City to hear about the situation on the ground from Khaled Abdel Shafi, head of the regional United Nations Development Programme (UNDP). We also have an appointment with newspaper doctor Mario García, who has helped more than 500 newspapers rethink their business in the face of the digital revolution. Arianna Huffington, co-founder and editor-in-chief of The Huffington Post, joins us to talk about what lies in store for president-elect Barack Obama after his inauguration on 20 January. Finally, the third edition of Monocle Weekly is topped off by a summary of this week’s cultural highlights, cherry-picked by culture editor Robert Bound.

  • President Obama's Weekly Address & Key Speeches

    President Obama's Weekly Address & Key Speeches. These videos are part of the public domain.

  • Double X Podcasts

    Audio programming from Double X, a new Web magazine founded by women but not just for women. DoubleX.com is part of the Slate Group.

  • Shields and Brooks

    Catch the most recent appearances by NewsHour political analysts syndicated columnist Mark Shields and New York Times columnist David Brooks.