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Washington Week With Gwen Ifill

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., May 27, 2016
8:00 pm
(30 minutes)

Washington Week With Gwen Ifill  

Topics include the presidential race; the State Department report on Hillary Clinton's use of a private email server; and President Obama's meetings with G-7 leaders in Japan and trip to Hiroshima.

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Fri., May 27, 2016
8:00 pm
(30 minutes)

Washington Week With Gwen Ifill  

Topics include the presidential race; the State Department report on Hillary Clinton's use of a private email server; and President Obama's meetings with G-7 leaders in Japan and trip to Hiroshima.

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Sat., May 28, 2016
6:30 pm
(30 minutes)

Washington Week With Gwen Ifill  

Topics include the presidential race; the State Department report on Hillary Clinton's use of a private email server; and President Obama's meetings with G-7 leaders in Japan and trip to Hiroshima.

WETA TV 26 Logo

Sat., May 28, 2016
6:30 pm
(30 minutes)

Washington Week With Gwen Ifill  

Topics include the presidential race; the State Department report on Hillary Clinton's use of a private email server; and President Obama's meetings with G-7 leaders in Japan and trip to Hiroshima.

WETA HD Logo

Fri., June 3, 2016
8:00 pm
(30 minutes)

Washington Week With Gwen Ifill  

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., June 3, 2016
8:00 pm
(30 minutes)

Washington Week With Gwen Ifill  

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

Obama will travel to Hiroshima, Supreme Court preview

Obama will travel to Hiroshima, Supreme Court preview

Obama pivots to Asia in his final year, Supreme Court set to decide immigration

Tensions rise in the Democratic Party, Trump's SCOTUS list

Tensions rise in the Democratic Party, Trump's SCOTUS list

Hillary Clinton and Bernie Sanders continuing to fight for the Democratic nomination.

Sanders & the Dem convention, Congress passes opioid bill

Sanders & the Dem convention, Congress passes opioid bill

Can Bernie Sanders influence the Democratic platform? Obamacare faces a GOP-led setback.

Trump, Ryan try to unify the Republican Party

Trump, Ryan try to unify the Republican Party

Can the Republican Party unite before November? Can Clinton turn her focus to Trump?

Clips

Continuing to fight for the Democratic nomination

Continuing to fight for the Democratic nomination

In 2008, Hillary Clinton refused to suspend her campaign until every state voted.

From the Vault: Is there room for a third-party candidate?

From the Vault: Is there room for a third-party candidate?

Examining Ross Perot's 1996 independent campaign for the White House

From the Vault: China's Cyber Spying

From the Vault: China's Cyber Spying

Threats of state-sponsored cyber spying from China are nothing new.

Donald Trump's road to the GOP nomination

Donald Trump's road to the GOP nomination

Donald Trump is the presumptive Republican nominee.