Friday, February 07, 2014

Catching Up with Anderson Cooper Part 2

Still cleaning out our files....

Anderson with a fan on January 30th.


And with guests he interviewed for an American Journey segment that aired Friday night, January 31st.

Here's the segment ~


Anderson also did an interesting interview with George Harrison's sister Louise Harrison on Thursday, January 30th's AC360.  The segment was to promote the CNN special that followed AC360 that night and the special aired again in the 10pmET time slot last night, Thursday, February 6th.


On Friday, January 31st, Anderson interviewed Ryan Ferguson for a segment on AC360 and Ryan posted the following to his Twitter feed.

And earlier on that day, the following were posted to Twitter.  Maybe some of our Canadian readers are familiar Salt and Light TV and know when the "Francis Effect" program may be airing.

AC360 ended Monday, February 3rd, with Anderson's tribute to Philip Seymour Hoffman.


With a fan on Thursday.

And while Anderson didn't tweet or re-tweet any promotion for AC360 Wednesday or Thursday, he did tweet about and post the following to his Instagram account on Thursday ~

Those who have read Anderson's book, Dispatches From The Edge, will remember him talking about his nanny and how close he was to her.  Our thoughts and prayers are with Anderson and with May McLinden's family.

I think that cleans out our files for now.  If there's a segment you would like to see posted from this past couple of week's programs, please leave a request in comments.   If there's an "extra" we've missed, please feel free to send us a tip!!

AC360 Transcript
AC360 Podcast

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1 comment:

aries moon said...

HuffPo is reporting that AC360 Later has been cancelled by CNN. I guess it was inevitable since it rarely was on and the schedule wasn't stable, but it's still very disappointing since it was one of CNN's better experiments and the conversations were very engrossing at times. Too bad it was never able to get a bigger audience.