Tuesday, October 25, 2011

Anderson Cooper 360 Tuesday, October 25, 2011

Follow up discussion with Ari Fleischer and Cornell Belcher
Additional follow up on Perry with Tom Foreman

Follow up discussion with Jessica Yellin and Ali Velshi

TURKEY EARTHQUAKE: Diana Magna reporting from Ercis, Turkey

UNGODLY DISCIPLINE: Gary Tuchman reporting


360 NEWS & BUSINESS BULLETIN: Susan Hendricks

AC360 Transcript

AC360 Podcast


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ACAnderFan said...

360 tuesday was OK. Rick Perry is an idiot for bringing up the birther issue again. These republicans need to let it go.

I am liking Gary Tuchman's Ungodly Discipline series. The Williams family is nuts. These people are crazy. It is not OK to leave a child out in the cold as punishment or to severely beat them. I love when Gary asked Mr.Williams what God thinks about this case. Gary is such a great reporter.

judy said...

There is something very sneaky about Rick Perry's expression.
Perhaps it is his eyes, very small, almost like little slits that say "You are not to be trusted."
If Perry finds questioning Obama's citizenship 'fun,'maybe the Democrats need to lighten up and find something that tickles their fancy about Rick Perry, perhaps his loathsome eye lids, and his blank expression during a debate, or the way he stutters and stumbles to find the correct words to pontificate his clumsey thought patterns.
I like Gary Tuchman, but visiting the Williams family again was a filler, plain and simple.
Been there, done that, move along.
Some good news for Anderson's day show.
My ninety year old neighbors watch him every day and they're very sharp ninety year olds so you never know who's watching!

Anonymous said...

I like Gary Tuchman, too. And while the Ungodly Discipline series is much better than old cold case files or the daily update on the Conrad Murray trial, I feel like they are repetitive at this point.

I guess when Anderson has talk show tapings 3 days a week and is traveling to Boston and Philly for talk show promotion and activities, that we will see more and more of these kinds of reports. He's only human and there are only so many hours in a day. I kind of wish CNN would have left his program at 10pmET - it would have given him more time for 360 prep/attention. Maybe he wanted 8pm because he needs to get up earlier morning for his talk show duties?

I'm really sad the he's dropped Syria from 360 - guess he's not available in the daytime when those interviews need to be conducted b/c of the time difference... And here the Arab Spring began in Tunisia, but did we get any news of their first free elections?

I hope 360 improves. He's taking a ratings hit. I don't know the real reason for the mediocre 360s of late, but I hope, whatever the reason, it's corrected soon and Anderson gets back to putting the interesting stories on the program instead of relegating them to the Bulletin.

Anonymous said...

That's very true.
Interesting topics are relegated to the bulletin.
We need AC to dig deeper on them.