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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., June 23, 2017
8:00 pm
(30 minutes)

6-23-2017  

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.

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Fri., June 23, 2017
8:00 pm
(30 minutes)

6-23-2017  

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., June 24, 2017
6:30 pm
(30 minutes)

6-23-2017  

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., June 24, 2017
6:30 pm
(30 minutes)

6-23-2017  

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., June 30, 2017
8:00 pm
(30 minutes)

6-30-2017  

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 30, 2017
8:00 pm
(30 minutes)

6-30-2017  

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., July 1, 2017
6:30 pm
(30 minutes)

6-30-2017  

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., July 1, 2017
6:30 pm
(30 minutes)

6-30-2017  

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.

New Washington Week Moderator

Robert Costa (Photo credit: Scott Suchman)

WETA is pleased to welcome Washington Post political reporter Robert Costa as the new moderator of Washington Week.

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Meet Robert Costa

Robert Costa

Robert has been a frequent guest on Washington Week since 2014 and has been a guest moderator several times. Learn more about Robert's life and reporting.

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