NBC Meet the Press
By Chuck Todd, NBC News
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NBC News' Meet the Press is the longest-running television show in history, celebrating its 70th anniversary. If it's Sunday, it's Meet the Press with Chuck Todd.
||CleanOctober 14 - Sen. Marco Rubio, John Brennan, Josh Hawley, Stacey Abrams||Today on Meet the Press, Florida Republican Sen. Marco Rubio and former CIA director John Brennan discussed the possible Saudi involvement in the disappearance of a Washington Post columnist. Missouri Republican Attorney General Josh Hawley and Georgia Democrat Stacey Abrams spoke about their marquee races for Senate and governor respectively. And NBC News chief foreign affairs correspondent Andrea Mitchell, NBC News national political reporter Carol Lee, New York Times chief White House correspondent Peter Baker and Stanford University’s Lanhee Chen analyzed President Trump’s midterm strategy.||10/14/2018||Free||View in iTunes|
An absolute must
If you're a politics junkie or just an average joe, Meet The Press is a must to keep up with some of the "In the beltway" issues affecting our nation today. Tim Russert is a fair and balanced moderator most of the time and isn't afraid to re-ask a question and assert himself when a politician sidesteps questions. The live TV show is on at 10:30 Sunday mornings and if you miss it, the podcast is a must. 5 star rating given for content and the fact that the podcast is online within minutes of the live show concluding.
This is the must-have podcasts for all generations
If you are a big time news fan or just a moderate news fan you would love MEET THE PRESS. It is the best place for the major news stoires of the past week. Tim Russett does not hold back at all on any questions nor does he asking the questions that some newscasters would never ever in the professional life would ask.
The Best of All Possible Worlds
Who can ask for anything more than access-at-your-convenience to the uninterrupted-by-commercials audio content (and frankly, when this program is consumed in this format, it is as good, if not better, than if that is done when it also includes the video portion) of this vital-to-any-political-junkie weekly broadcast. And snce I never seem to be organized enough to set up my VCR ahead of this program's scheduled air time, let alone have a blank tape available for this purpose, the ability to access a podcast version of this program is even more valuable in the broadcast market that I live in, because it runs at the same time, here, as does "This Week With George Stephanopoulos", which I also like to watch. Especially for the political junkies among us, I highly recommend this podcast!