I have a little Halloween fun for you in the video, Be Ware.
Bev scheduled a macabre treat for Halloween Eve’s Book Salon, The Empire of Death: A Cultural History of Ossuaries and Charnel Houses, a beautifully illustrated book. Virtually Speaking tonight, at 9pm, has our own David Dayen, plus Avedon Carol. And FDL Movie Night Monday features Carl Colby and his film about his spy father, The Man Nobody Knew: In Search Of My Father CIA Spymaster William Colby. A must see, imho.
Here are the listings, a whole lot of horse racing going on, sure seems like so much so early but perhaps I was more interested in 2007-2008 than I am this time around. Plus a little bit on Libya and Iraq. Glenn Greenwald will be on Up with Chris Hayes, that will be good. So pour some more coffee or hot chocolate and tune in.
Washington Journal: 8:00 – Katrina Vanden Heuval. 8:30 – Buddy Roemer. 9:00 – Financial Times Editor Robin Harding, WSJ correspondent Sudeep Reddy.
ABC’s This Week: Rep. Michele Bachmann (R-MN). Roundtable: George Will, Cokie Roberts, Ron Brownstein, Austan Goolsbee, Dick Armey. Then, Bill Gates on Steve Jobs, taxes, education and foreign aid.
CBS’ Face the Nation: Herman Cain. Plus, John Dickerson on the horse race.
CNN’s State of the Union: Senior Obama Campaign Strategist David Axelrod. Rep. Ron Paul (R-TX). Primary States Roundtable: Local reporters, Florida’s Adam Smith, Iowa’s O. Kay Henderson and South Carolina’s Gina Smith. Then, Ellen Davis from the National Retail Federation on the economics of Halloween.
Chris Hayes: Glenn Greenwald, John Heilemann, Karen Hunter, Maria Teresa Kumar.
Chris Matthews: 50 Years Since JFK: Barack Obama “Had” the Magic Four Years Ago. What Can He Learn From JFK Now? Why Conservative Leaders Fear Romney’s GOP Opponents Are Losing the Election for Him.
Fareed Zakaria – GPS: Niall Ferguson, Jeffrey D. Sachs. Libya – Bernard henri Lévy.
Fox News Sunday: Gov. Rick Perry (R-TX). Roundtable: Brit Hume, Mara Liasson, Dana Perino, Juan Williams. Power Player of the Week: Senate Chaplain Rear Adm. Barry Black (Ret.).
NBC’s Meet the Press: Senior White House Adviser David Plouffe. Roundtable: Tom Brokaw, Walter Isaacson, Jennifer Granholm, Mike Murphy.
Newsmakers: Edward DeMarco, Acting Director of the Federal Housing Finance Agency (FHFA), who discusses proposed changes to the Home Affordable Refinance Program (HARP) and other refinancing programs. The administration hopes these moves will double the number of homeowners receiving aide for “under water” home loans. However, the FHFA will not consider principal forgiveness or lowering of the amount borrowed, Mr. DeMarco tells reporters…
Q & A: Jill Abramson discusses her new position as executive editor of The New York Times, as well as her new book, “The Puppy Diaries: Raising a Dog Named Scout.”
60 Minutes: Madoffs -In their first interview about the crimes of Bernard Madoff, the son and the wife of the man who scammed billions of dollars provide the first inside account from the immediate family. Ruth Madoff and son Andrew tell Morley Safer how Madoff confessed his crimes to them, their reaction and the subsequent family strife of the past three years. All American – Beating the odds in a fight against a deadly cancer for most people would mean staying alive. For Mark Herzlich, who was diagnosed with bone cancer while he was a football star at Boston College, living meant playing football in the NFL.
To the Contrary: Topics: Women and the Occupy Movement – Interview with Karen Nussbaum, Working America; Pinkwashing for Breast Cancer Awareness; 7 Billion People on the Planet. Panelists: Del. Eleanor Holmes Norton (D-DC); The Heritage Foundation’s Genevieve Wood; Villanova University Professor Lara Brown; and The Daily Caller’s Tara Wall.
Univision’s Al Punto: House Minority Whip Steny Hoyer (D-MD); Rep. Luis Gutierrez (D-IL); Adolfo Franco, Republican Strategist; Adela Navarro Bello, Editor of Tijuana’s “Zeta” Newsweekly; Pepe Aguilar, Singer and Songwriter.
Virtually Speaking: Avedon Carol and David Dayen discuss developments of the week, highlighting issues neglected or misrepresented on the Sunday morning broadcasts, drawing from their work of the prior week and the wickedly funny Bobblespeak Translations. Worth tuning in for Culture of Truth on the Most Outrageous Moment on the Sunday morning talk shows.
FDL’s Book Salon: The Empire of Death: A Cultural History of Ossuaries and Charnel Houses. “The sites in this specially photographed and brilliantly original study range from the Monastery of Santa Maria delle Grazie in Palermo, where the living would visit mummified or skeletal remains and lovingly dress them; to the Paris catacombs; to fantastic bone-encrusted creations in Austria, Cambodia, the Czech Republic, Ecuador, Egypt, Germany, Greece, Italy, Peru, Portugal, Serbia, Slovakia, Slovenia, Spain, Switzerland, and elsewhere.” Chat with Paul Koudounaris about his new book, hosted by Wendy Fonarow.
FDL’s Movie Night Monday: The Man Nobody Knew: In Search Of My Father CIA Spymaster William Colby. “A son’s riveting look at a father whose life seemed straight out of a spy thriller.” With director/producer Carl Colby, hosted by Lisa Derrick. 8pm ET.