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WETA TV 26 and WETA HD: Fridays at 8:00PM

Guest journalists weigh in on issues of the week in this venerable roundtable — the longest-running primetime news and public affairs program on television.

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Fri., March 31, 2017
8:00 pm
(30 minutes)

Washington Week  

Guest journalists weigh in on issues of the week in this venerable roundtable, the first program ever fed by PBS (previously it had aired on WETA-TV in Washington, D.C., and other East Coast public stations). Though its format is panel discussion, there have been occasional one-on-one interviews, a notable example being host Paul Duke's 1994 White House visit with President Bill Clinton. The series won a DuPont-Columbia University Award in 1974.

WETA HD Logo

Fri., March 31, 2017
8:00 pm
(30 minutes)

Washington Week  

Guest journalists weigh in on issues of the week in this venerable roundtable, the first program ever fed by PBS (previously it had aired on WETA-TV in Washington, D.C., and other East Coast public stations). Though its format is panel discussion, there have been occasional one-on-one interviews, a notable example being host Paul Duke's 1994 White House visit with President Bill Clinton. The series won a DuPont-Columbia University Award in 1974.

WETA TV 26 Logo

Sat., April 1, 2017
6:30 pm
(30 minutes)

Washington Week  

Guest journalists weigh in on issues of the week in this venerable roundtable, the first program ever fed by PBS (previously it had aired on WETA-TV in Washington, D.C., and other East Coast public stations). Though its format is panel discussion, there have been occasional one-on-one interviews, a notable example being host Paul Duke's 1994 White House visit with President Bill Clinton. The series won a DuPont-Columbia University Award in 1974.

WETA HD Logo

Sat., April 1, 2017
6:30 pm
(30 minutes)

Washington Week  

Guest journalists weigh in on issues of the week in this venerable roundtable, the first program ever fed by PBS (previously it had aired on WETA-TV in Washington, D.C., and other East Coast public stations). Though its format is panel discussion, there have been occasional one-on-one interviews, a notable example being host Paul Duke's 1994 White House visit with President Bill Clinton. The series won a DuPont-Columbia University Award in 1974.

WETA HD Logo

Fri., April 7, 2017
8:00 pm
(30 minutes)

Washington Week  

Guest journalists weigh in on issues of the week in this venerable roundtable, the first program ever fed by PBS (previously it had aired on WETA-TV in Washington, D.C., and other East Coast public stations). Though its format is panel discussion, there have been occasional one-on-one interviews, a notable example being host Paul Duke's 1994 White House visit with President Bill Clinton. The series won a DuPont-Columbia University Award in 1974.

WETA TV 26 Logo

Fri., April 7, 2017
8:00 pm
(30 minutes)

Washington Week  

Guest journalists weigh in on issues of the week in this venerable roundtable, the first program ever fed by PBS (previously it had aired on WETA-TV in Washington, D.C., and other East Coast public stations). Though its format is panel discussion, there have been occasional one-on-one interviews, a notable example being host Paul Duke's 1994 White House visit with President Bill Clinton. The series won a DuPont-Columbia University Award in 1974.

WETA TV 26 Logo

Sat., April 8, 2017
6:30 pm
(30 minutes)

Washington Week  

Guest journalists weigh in on issues of the week in this venerable roundtable, the first program ever fed by PBS (previously it had aired on WETA-TV in Washington, D.C., and other East Coast public stations). Though its format is panel discussion, there have been occasional one-on-one interviews, a notable example being host Paul Duke's 1994 White House visit with President Bill Clinton. The series won a DuPont-Columbia University Award in 1974.

WETA HD Logo

Sat., April 8, 2017
6:30 pm
(30 minutes)

Washington Week  

Guest journalists weigh in on issues of the week in this venerable roundtable, the first program ever fed by PBS (previously it had aired on WETA-TV in Washington, D.C., and other East Coast public stations). Though its format is panel discussion, there have been occasional one-on-one interviews, a notable example being host Paul Duke's 1994 White House visit with President Bill Clinton. The series won a DuPont-Columbia University Award in 1974.

Full Episodes

Democrats plan to filibuster Gorsuch

Democrats plan to filibuster Gorsuch

After confirmation hearings for SCOTUS Nominee Neil Gorsuch, Democrats plan to fight.

Health care reform indefinitely on hold

Health care reform indefinitely on hold

Republicans cancel planned vote on health care after failing to get the votes to pass it.

Two federal courts block new travel ban

Two federal courts block new travel ban

Ban on travel from six Muslim-majority countries temporarily blocked.

Defiant Trump defends unsubstantiated claims of wiretapping

Defiant Trump defends unsubstantiated claims of wiretapping

Trump doubles down on claims Obama wiretapped Trump Tower despite no evidence.

Clips

From the Vault: Affordable Care Act signed into law in 2010

From the Vault: Affordable Care Act signed into law in 2010

Seven years ago, President Obama signed his largest legislative achievement into law.

"You get the facts; you get the information"

"You get the facts; you get the information"

Thanks for watching for the past 50 years!

50 years of Washington Week: "good give-and-take"

50 years of Washington Week: "good give-and-take"

Tom thinks Washington Week has a "good give-and-take." Why do you watch?

"A review encapsulating the news of the week"

"A review encapsulating the news of the week"

To celebrate its 50th anniversary, we asked people why they watch Washington Week.