Thursday, November 01, 2012

Anderson Cooper 360 Thursday 11/1/12


BODIES OF TWO MISSING BOYS FOUND: Gary Tuchman reporting

STATEN ISLAND DEVASTATED:  Anderson interviews James Molinaro, Staten Island Borough President

INSIDE THE NYC SUBWAY: Jason Carroll reporting

EXPLOSIVE FEARS: NATURAL GAS LEAKS: Randi Kaye reporting

ANDERSON'S TOUR WITH GOV. CUOMO:

video


NURSE HELPED EVACUATE BABIES DURING SANDY:  Anderson interviews Margot Condon

STORM CLOUDS CAMPAIGN: Anderson speaks with Jessica Yellin, John King and Jim Acosta

HONORING LOST LIVES:

video



EXTRAS:

Anderson with Gov. Cuomo during their tour of the WTC:


Anderson posted this instagram of a NYU NICU nurse he talked with today:

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3 comments:

Anonymous said...

Another great 360, much of it excellent. Some comments:

There was a Manhattan subway map shown but it needed some more information, perhaps Anderson saying "The subways end at 42nd Street (or whereever) and below that there's still so much more of the city, places you may have heard of like Madison Square Garden, the FlatIron Building, Greenwich Village and of course Wall Street ..." Something to help people know what's not being reached. Not everybody automatically knows that the Financial District is at the southern tip of Manhatten.

Gary Tuchman's report on the two little boys drowned on Staten Island was heartbreaking and his interview with that guy was infuriating. He said there was nothing he could do. Nothing? Absolutely nothing?

Jason Carroll's report on the subways was awesome. I can't remember what station he was at but remember they've already pumped out 15 feet of water and have two more flights to go. Jason and Anderson had a terrific discussion about what preventive measures could feasibly be taken in the future.

Gov. Cuomo said NYC is vulnerable to "more extreme weather patterns". A few other news media have covered the issue of Sandy and climate change and Cuomo seemed to touch upon that topic. I'd love it if 360 did a report on this.

Best interview was with Margot Condon, the NYU Hospital NICU nurse seen keeping an 8 hour old baby alive with hand ventilation. She gave some enlightening details about evacuating patients in the dark.

The memorial at the end of the show was needed and well done. These are real people, not just numbers.

Jaanza

aries moon said...

Very good edition of 360. Anderson's interview with Nurse Margot Condon was uplifting and she came off like such a great woman--you have to take your hat off to ordinary citizens doing their jobs so well and with such dedication. Anderson was clearly impressed with her since he also had her on the daytime show.

Kudos to Jason Carroll's fine reporting for the past couple of days, the thorough subway report was a good example of this.

No excuse for letting someone die, the man should've let the poor woman in so that her children could've been saved--he didn't seem to have any remorse or conscience but he was very defensive and self-serving. Disgusting.

Anonymous said...

I don't like playing devils' advocate but, the man did nothing illegal and he did not commit a crime. He used 'common sense' and saved himself. It was self defense.
Having lived thru the storm, you couldn't open the door because the storm winds were blowing 70 miles an hour AND WHERE'S THIS WOMAN'S PERSONAL RESPONSIBLILITY????
Why was SHE out with her little darlings in this disaster?
Where was she going that was sooo important?
She was the cause of her children's death NOT the guy who refused to let a total stranger in during a disaster.
Next time there's a hurricane or tornado, open YOUR door and see what happens. duh.
AND your reasoning, though very sympathetic, is not practical and that's why we have "A TEA PARTY,"
because there's a total lack of personal responsibility in this country.....a total lack.
Now that's disgusting.