Saturday, December 17, 2011

Anderson Cooper 360, Friday, December 16, 2011

KEEPING THEM HONEST, Penn State Child Sex Scandal: Report by Anderson Cooper
SEX CASE STAR WITNESS TESTIFIES, Mike McQueary details what he saw in shower: Anderson with Mike Galanos, HLN Anchor
SEX CASE STAR WITNESS TESTIFIES, How reliable was his account?: Anderson with Mark Geragos and Jeff Toobin

KEEPING THEM HONEST, Newt the Lobbyist: Report by Anderson Cooper
GINGRICH ON THE DEFENSE, Fighting the lobbyist label: Anderson with Gloria Borger, Ari Fleischer and Rich Galen

FAMU HAZING AUTOPSY RELEASED, Robert Champion died from "blunt force trauma": Anderson with Dr. Jorge Rodriguez (Internal Medicine Specialist) and Sonny Hostin

CHRISTOPHER HITCHENS, 1949-2011: Anderson remembers Christopher Hitchens and replays an interview he did with Hitchens shortly after his diagnosis in August of 2010. You may view that interview by clicking here.

360 BULLETIN: Anderson Cooper

The RidicuList: Supernatural Spirits!

AC360 Transcript
AC360 Podcast

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On_Love_Street_With_Jim_Morrison said...

360 friday wasn't too good. Its the same old stuff, Penn State sex scandal, Flordia AMU hazing, talking about the republicans. I did like however that they replayed Anderson's interview with Christopher Hitchens. It was a good interview. I absolutely LOVED that Anderson did the 360 bulletin himself. I'd much rather he do it instead of Isha or whoever they get to fill in when she's not there.

Anonymous said...

I couldn't get into the Penn State scandal story because it seemed like stuff we've all heard before. And I couldn't get into the reports about Gingrich because I just can't believe he's going to be the nominee at the Republican convention next summer.

The story about the Florida A&M student hazing was scary; who ever heard of dying because of bruising? Too many and too intense bruising but it's unreal that a body could do that (too much of the blood concentrating on the bruising and not enough being circulated). I hope they get somebody for what happened to Champion.

The Hitchens interview was the best part of the show, I wish it had been longer. Was this on 360 back in August '10? I don't remember seeing it.


Anonymous said...

I didn't watch the show except for the interview with Christopher Hitchens which was quite good. Anderson seemed so relaxed talking to him, unlike the interviews he is doing today where he seems to try too hard.

judy said...

I never found Christopher Hitchens particularly appealing.
He seemed to live a life that was filled with risk, and surprised when things caught up with him. Bill Maher had him on quite frequently as a guest, and he always acted as though he was better than anyone else on the elitist.
I remember seeing Anderson's interview with him, and I have to say, it was one of his better ones.
Oddly those days of good interviews, with people of relevance, seem to be gone.