Friday, March 25, 2011

The Good Doctor is in the Anchor Chair

Dr. Sanjay Gupta was in the anchor chair tonight and opened AC360 saying, "I'm Sanjay Gupta. Anderson's going to be back on Monday. We'll have the latest on Libya in just a moment. First the chaotic and violent situation in Syria goes from bad to worse..."


BATTLE FOR LIBYA: Sanjay's report


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COALITION AIRSTRIKES IN LIBYA, What's next for Gadhafi's regime?: Sanjay talks to Nic Robertson in Tripoli and Arwa Damon in Benghazi


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ALL EYES ON NATO, Military alliance to take command of Libya mission: Sanjay's discussion with Paula Newton, David Kirkpatrick, Gen. Wesley Clark



DEADLY UPRISING IN SYRIA: A report by Sanjay Gupta and Sanjay's telephone conversation with Wissam Tarif, Executive Director, INSAN (in Syria)


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POLITICAL UNREST IN MIDEAST SPREADS, EGYPT SHOWING WARNING SIGNS, Military cracking down: Sanjay's discussion with Ivan Watson (in Cairo)& Fouad Ajami



WATER WORRIES OFF COAST AT NUCLEAR PLANT, Radioactive iodine levels 1,200 times above legal limit: Sanjay's discussion with Jim Walsh and Michael Friedlander



360 BULLETIN: Isha Sesay



EXTRA:

From Thursday night's second hour of AC360~


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AC360 Transcript
AC360 Podcast

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2 comments:

ACAnderFan said...

I didn't really see 360, but it appears I didn't miss much. Glad Anderson will be back on monday.

Anonymous said...

Regarding the comment(s) Aaron Brown made, I think it is unfortunate the way he was let go, he was just sent on a vacation without being properly able to close out his own program even if it were just one night's notice. I always admired him and watched his program.

I get the resentment he may have had, the appearances that was he was traded in for a newer model, but I am sorry that after all these years he is still harboring those feelings.

He should be professional enough to not say anything at all.