Spring Forward

It’s Morningtime!

Washington Journal:  7:30am – Steven Thomma, McClatchy Newspapers, White House Correspondent.  8am – Nicholas Lardy, Peterson Institute for Int’l Economics, Senior Fellow.  8:30am – Jonathan Moreno, University of Pennsylvania, Bioethics Professor; David Prentice, Family Research Council, Life Sciences Senior Fellow. 9:30am – Paul Starobin, National Journal, Staff Correspondent.  email questions for guests to  

ABC’s This Week:  Economics.  Sen. Claire McCaskill (D-MO), Sen. Evan Bayh (D-IN), Sen. Richard Shelby (R-AL), and the head of the US Chamber of Commerce Thomas Donohue. Roundtable: ABC News’ George Will and Cokie Roberts, The New York Times’ David Brooks and The Washington Post’s EJ Dionne. Topics: "Rush Limbaugh versus the White House, the budget battle and the debate over earmarks, and whether the President should be giving stock market advice."  contact George

CBS’ Face the Nation:  White House Director Of Office And Budget Management Peter Orzag, House Minority Leader Rep. John Boehner (R-OH),   Washington Post’s Kathleen Parker and Michael Fletchercontact Bob Schieffer

Chris Matthews:  Trish Regan CNBC Anchor and Correspondent; Rick Stengel Time Magazine Managing Editor; Clarence Page Chicago Tribune Columnist; Kathleen Parker Washington Post Columnist.  Topics:  Is President Obama trying to tackle too many problems at once?  Are there small signs of hope for an economic turnaround?  contact Chris

CNN’s State of the Union:  White House Budget Director Peter OrszagRep. Eric Cantor(R-VA).  Also, Howard Kurtz and TMZ editor Harvey Levin.on entertainer Chris Brown.  contact CNN

Fareed Zakaria – GPS:  contact CNN

Fox News Sunday:  Sen. John McCain (R-AZ). Democratic National Committee Chairman Gov. Tim Kaine (D-VA).  email

NBC’s Meet The Press:  Sen. Lindsey Graham (R-SC) of the Budget Committee and Sen. Chuck Schumer (D-NY) of the Banking Committee. Roundtable: "Lords of Finance" author Liaquat Ahamed; CNBC’s Erin Burnett; Fmr. House Speaker Newt Gingrich); and editor-in-chief of U.S. News & World Report Mort Zuckermancontact David

Newsmakers:  Billy Tauzin, president & CEO of the Pharmaceutical Research & Manufacturers of America (PhRMA).  CSPAN at 10am & 6:30pm ET

Q & A:  Erica Williams, Deputy Director of Campus Progress. Campus Progress, an arm of the Center for American Progress. In her role, she directs national campaigns on issues of interest to 18-27 year olds.  CSPAN at 8pm and 11pm et, Monday 6am ET

Religion & Ethics:  Familial DNA Testing — It helps solves crimes, but does it also violate civil liberties?  Lourdes — For more than 150 years it’s been a destination for pilgrimage.  Purim in Jerusalem –These unflinching pictures of  capture the holiday’s meaning.  for broadcast times in your area click here

60 Minutes:  Your Bank Has Failed — Scott Pelley has an exclusive look as the Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation takes control of a failed bank.  Eyewitness — Lesley Stahl reports on flaws in eyewitness testimony that are at the heart of the DNA exonerations of falsely convicted people like Ronald Cotton, who has forgiven his accuser, Jennifer Thompson. (This is a double-length segment.)

To The Contrary:  "An interview with the woman they call Obama’s Brain: Karen Kornbluh."  for broadcast times in your area click here

Book TV scheduleAfter Words: Garry Leech, author of "Beyond Bogota: Diary of a Drug War Journalist in Colombia" interviewed by Josh Rushing, correspondent for Al Jazeera English and host of that network’s "On War" series.

FDL Book Salon:  Earl Ofari Hutchinson
, author of  How Obama Won.  "How Obama Won is a provocative, hard hitting critical assessment of the issues, events, forces, politics, pressures and controversy that shaped and ensnared Barack Obama in his historic 2008 presidential campaign."  Come join the discussion with  the author and host "Nicole Belle" 5 pm ET.

FDL Movie Night Monday:
  Lisa Derrick hosts Brad Beesley, director of Sweethearts of the Prison Rodeo.  "Since 1940, the Oklahoma State Penitentiary has held an annual rodeo behind the walls of a maximum-security prison. Before a crowd of more than 10,000 spectators, male, and for the first time in 2006, female convicts competed against each other for a small amount of cash, but mostly pride, in the world’s only “Behind the Walls” rodeo." Be here, 8pm ET.

(photo courtesy of Leo Reynolds)