Dialogue Program

Sundays at 10:30 AM ET on MHz Worldview

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Does the Watchdog Still Bite?

Aug 02, 2010 to Aug 08, 2010
Charles Lewis is a former producer for 60 Minutes, through the foundings of the Center for Public Integrity and the Fund for Independence in Journalism, he's been ahead of the curve in creating new media models. He continues that work today as a professor and the founding executive editor of the new Investigative Reporting Workshop at the American University School of Communication.

A Retrospective: Remembering George Liston Seay

Jul 26, 2010 to Aug 01, 2010
Haleh Esfandiari, Steve Lagerfeld, Cindy Arnson, Robert Litwak.

Wilson Spotlight: How Iranians Democratized Media

Jul 26, 2010 to Aug 01, 2010
Haleh Esfandiari is director of the Middle East Program at the Woodrow Wilson Center. She has recently been involved in a media tour, promoting her new book My Prison, My Home, which tells the story of her 2007 detainment in Iran as a political prisoner. Davar Iran Ardalan is a civic journalist and public broadcasting veteran. She's been a leader in new media innovation. Most recently, she was in charge of Weekend Edition at NPR News, and prior to that, worked on Morning Edition.

A Citizens' Summit Revisited

Jul 19, 2010 to Jul 25, 2010
Phil Donahue is a multiple Emmy Award-winning American television pioneer. His program, The Phil Donahue Show, had a 26-year run on national television and spawned the modern talk show genre. More recently, he hosted an MSNBC program in 2002 and 2003, and he is executive producer and co-director of the documentary, Body of War. Vladimir Pozner is also an award winning television host with multiple Soviet, Russian, and American trophies recognizing his work. He is currently the host of the Russian interview program, Pozner. Previously, he served as president of the Russian Academy of Television, and is the author of the 1990 best-seller, Parting with Illusions, and Mr. Pozner joins us from Moscow.

Rebuilding Haiti: Talk Versus Action

Jul 19, 2010 to Jul 25, 2010
Donna Leinwand is a reporter for the nation's top-selling newspaper, USA Today. She's been with the paper since 2000, covering legal issues, major crimes, the Justice Department, terrorism, and natural disasters. She is also a past president of the National Press Club. Sheri Fink is a senior fellow with the Harvard Humanitarian Initiative, a staff reporter for Pro Publica, and is a public policy scholar at the Wilson Center. She was awarded a 2010 Pulitzer Prize for her investigative piece on doctors at a hospital cut off by Hurricane Katrina flood waters.

The Quarterly Report: The Entrepreneurial Edge

Jul 12, 2010 to Jul 18, 2010
Steve Lagerfeld, editor of the Wilson Center's flagship publication The Wilson Quarterly. Yasheng Huang, professor of international management and holds an International Program Professorship in Chinese Economy and Business at MIT Sloan School of Management.

Health Care and the Federal Budget

Jul 12, 2010 to Jul 18, 2010
Jim Landers is a Washington correspondent for the Dallas Morning News. He also writes The World View column for the paper's business news section. Additionally, he's a member of the Association of Health Care Journalists. Marc Goldwein serves as policy director at the Committee for a Responsible Federal Budget and as a senior policy analyst at the New America Foundation. Marc is also a senior consultant to The World Bank and a visiting scholar at the Institute for Governmental Studies at UC Berkeley.

The Plundered Planet

Jun 28, 2010 to Jul 04, 2010
Paul Collier is professor of economics and director of the Center for the Study of African Economies at Oxford University. Formerly, he served as director of development research at the World Bank. He is the author of several books, including the award-winning The Bottom Billion.

Enduring Traditions, Emerging Challenges: Law in the 21st Century

Jun 28, 2010 to Jul 04, 2010
Carolyn Lamm is an international arbitration, litigation, and trade lawyer. She is also president of the American Bar Association and is past president of the District of Columbia Bar Association. Beth Simone Noveck is the United States deputy chief technology officer and director of the White House Open Government Initiative. She is on leave as professor of law and director of the Institute for Information Law and Policy at New York Law School.

Wilson Spotlight: Mexico's Drug War

Jun 21, 2010 to Jun 27, 2010
Andrew Selee is director of the Mexico Institute, having previously served as senior program associate for the Latin American Program. Prior to that, he served as professional staff for the United States House of Representatives. Eric Olson is senior advisor to the Security Initiative of the Mexico Institute. Prior to joining the Wilson Center, he worked with the Organization of American States and also with Amnesty International U.S.A.


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John Milewski
John Milewski is managing editor and host of Dialogue at the Wilson Center. The program can be seen Sundays at 10:30 AM on the MHz network's Worldview channel.  more