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Washington Week is a weekly show devoted to a civil, in-depth discussion of the week's political news. The show is hosted by Gwen Ifill and sponsored, in part, by National Journal. It is produced by WETA-TV in Washington, D.C. and is broadcast on 90 percent of the nation's PBS stations and the American Forces Radio and TV Network. The show has a 30-minute run time and appears weekly.

The show's format is a roundtable discussion between two to four journalists, at least one of which is from National Journal, moderated by Ifill. The show has a stable of regular and occasional guests. Guests on the show are working journalists employed by magazines and newspapers around the world, including The New York Times, The Wall Street Journal and TIME Magazine.

Washington Week first aired in February 1967 under the name Washington Week in Review. It has been on the air ever since, seeing only minor changes in its over 40-year run. Over the years, it has been nominated for, and received, several awards for journalism including a George Foster Peabody Award for its 2008 election coverage.

The show has been moderated by several different hosts during its run, including John Davenport, Robert MacNeil and Ken Bode. Gwen Ifill had appeared on the show as a guest and occasional guest moderator for years before assuming the role of official moderator in 1999.

In 2006, National Journal became an official partner of the show. The partnership involves the sharing of resources between the two organizations, including access to local news reports and editorial staff. The name, "National Journal," was also added to the title, making the official listing Washington Week in Review with Gwen Ifill and National Journal.

Friday 8:00 PM et/pt on PBS
16 Seasons, 408 Episodes
February 1, 1972
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Cast: Gwen Ifill
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Washington Week Full Episode Guide

  • The Trump administration confronts Russian election interference as a showdown with special counsel Robert Mueller looms. Panelists also discussed former Trump campaign chairman Paul Manafort’s trial for tax and bank fraud.

  • After the Commerce Department announced Friday that the economy grew at a rate of 4.1%, the panelists discussed the impact of the president’s trade policies on the economy. The conversation also turned to the freeze on U.S.-EU trade tensions and the bombshell claims made by former Trump lawyer Michael Cohen. Plus, leaders of the House Freedom Caucus call for the impeachment of AG Rod Rosenstein.

  • The White House faced a week of contradictions and clarifications following President Donald Trump’s meeting with Russian President Vladimir Putin in Helsinki. The panelists discussed the summit's backlash, including DNI chief Dan Coats' comments and the reaction on Capitol Hill.

  • A dozen Russian nationals are indicted days before President Donald Trump meets with Russian President Vladimir Putin. Trump also made global headlines during his international trip this week. Panelists discussed his time at the NATO summit and comments about British Prime Minister Theresa May.

  • President Donald Trump is expected to announce his new Supreme Court nominee on Monday. The panelists discussed the leading contenders who could replace retiring Justice Anthony Kennedy and the confirmation battle brewing on Capitol Hill. Conversation also turned to the resignation of EPA administrator Scott Pruitt and the trade war between the United States and China.

  • An already historic week of decisions that reflected the Supreme Court’s conservative leanings was punctuated by the announcement that “swing” Justice Anthony Kennedy will retire in July. The panelists discussed the impact of the announcement, including Kennedy's legacy and potential replacements.

  • President Trump reverses course on separating families at the border and the political, social, and ethical ramifications continue to reverberate. After a turbulent week, the panelists discussed the immigration crisis and the challenges ahead.

  • 12 Russian nationals are indicted for 2016 DNC hacking.

  • President Trump meets with world leaders at the G-7 summit in Canada

  • North Korean and American leaders plan to meet June 12.

  • A massive snag in the pursuit of peace on the Korean peninsula.

  • Russia probe enters its second year.

  • After a week dominated by foreign policy headlines, the panelists recapped the release of three Americans by North Korea, the president’s upcoming meeting with Kim Jong Un, and the United States’ move to withdraw from the Iran nuclear deal.

  • The panelists discussed President Trump’s shifting defense against the Russia probe, the scandal surrounding adult film star Stephanie Clifford, and the escalating confrontation with the Justice Department.

  • The panelists recapped the historic steps taken by Korean leaders towards denuclearization, turmoil within President Donald Trump's cabinet, and the president's meetings with the leaders of France and Germany and the latest updates in the Iran nuclear deal.

  • Latest updates in the Russia probe, North Korea announces plans to suspend nuclear missile tests. And, the addition of former New York City mayor Rudy Giuliani to President Donald Trump’s personal legal team.

  • On Washington Week (formerly 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.

  • On Washington Week (formerly 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.

  • Staff shakeups hit the White House.

  • Just 14 months into office, President Trump is looking to reshape his administration.

  • President Trump to meet with North Korea’s Kim Jung Un.

  • After the shooting in Florida, the panelists discussed the country’s next steps in the debate over guns. The table also recapped the latest developments in the Russia probe.

  • Latest school shooting reignites the gun control debate.

  • Topics include the Senate's bipartisan budget deal, which may have difficulties in the House; and the resignation of White House staff secretary Rob Porter.

  • Topics include the Russia probe; Nunes memo; and President Trump's State of the Union address.

  • President Trump touts “America First” at Davos, latest developments in the Russia probe.

  • It’s a government on the brink. As the Senate approaches a late Friday night vote to stop a potential government shutdown at midnight, the panelists discussed the ongoing talks and how lawmakers got to this point.

  • President Donald Trump denied he used a vulgar phrase to describe Haiti and African nations during talks with lawmakers inside the Oval Office earlier this week, but the remarks have created an international controversy. The panelists discussed if the White House made a shift to damage control mode and the possible long-term effects of the remarks.

  • Steve Bannon took aim at President Trump in comments in a new book out this week. The panelists discussed the aftermath of "Fire and Fury," along with the retirement of Republican Sen. Orrin Hatch from Utah.

  • Robert Costa and this week's panelists look at how the Trump presidency has rocked American politics and what may be ahead in 2018.

  • Go inside the tax debate.

  • The panelists discussed the Roy Moore fallout.

  • Taxes, terrorism, and the widening Russia probe.

  • Is the party of Lincoln becoming the party of Trump?

  • The panelists discussed the deadly ISIS attack on U.S. soldiers.

  • President Trump moves to dismantle Obamacare on his own.

  • The debate about how to prevent similar events has started again in Washington.

  • Price resigns after spending over $400K on private planes.

  • The panelists discuss the GOP’s latest healthcare efforts.

  • President Trump’s negotiations with Democrats may have left his conservative base seething.

  • Donald Trump strikes a deal with Democrats.

  • Panelists discussed the debate surrounding Harvey recovery efforts.

  • The president changes his Afghan strategy.

  • Chief strategist Steve Bannon is out of the Trump administration.

  • The panelists discussed possible options to de-escalate the nuclear standoff.

  • Trump rallies his base while Russia probe continues.

  • Staff shakeups hit the White House Friday and the Obamacare repeal fails.

  • Staff shakeups hit the White House Friday. Press secretary Sean Spicer resigned, and Anthony Scaramucci was introduced as President Trump's new communications director. The roundtable also looked back on the first six months of the administration, highlighting the achievements and setbacks.

  • President Trump's son Donald Trump Jr. released emails detailing a June 2016 meeting with a Russian attorney, and the White House entered crisis mode to contain the fallout. While the president publicly defended his son, Republicans and Democrats on Capitol Hill were critical of the response and continue investigations into possible collusion. Plus, Senate GOP unveiled revised health plan.

  • Trump pressed Putin about Russia's role in meddling in the U.S. presidential election.

  • What is the state of health care in America? The Affordable Care Act has been law for seven years, but with 22 million people still uninsured and costs rising, how should lawmakers revise the health care system? We discuss the current health care situation and the plan being considered by Republicans in the Senate.

  • Five Republican senators said they can't vote for the current health care bill.

  • Republicans and Democrats came together for a moment of bipartisan unity.

  • President Trump offered a sharp rebuke to James Comey’s Senate testimony.

  • Trump says he wants to renegotiate the global climate change.

  • Trump adviser Jared Kushner is a focus of federal investigations.

  • As the president was the leaving the country on his first foreign trip, new reports were surfacing on the investigation into Russian meddling in the election and Trump's firing of the FBI director. One White House official is reportedly under investigation for ties to Russia, and Trump told Russia officials that ousted FBI Director James Comey is a "nut job."

  • In the days since President Trump abruptly fired FBI Director James Comey, the White House has offered many shifting reasons behind the dismissal. The big question that lawmakers are trying to figure out is how Comey's firing will impact the ongoing investigations into Russia's meddling in last year's presidential election.

  • Republicans in the House performed life-saving measures to revive their long-promised plan to replace Obamacare weeks after their original replacement bill fell short. The recrafted measure is likely to encounter hurdles when it is debated by the Senate, but President Trump counted the bill as a win and a fulfillment of a key campaign promise.

  • Gwen Ifill discusses the latest political news from Washington with a panel of experts.

  • Gwen Ifill discusses the latest political news from Washington with a panel of experts.

  • Gwen Ifill discusses the latest political news from Washington with a panel of experts.

  • The U.S. military fired 69 cruise missiles at targets in Syria.

  • Staff at the Democratic National Committee were asked to resign this month.

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

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

  • Housing and meal assistance to be eliminated in $6 billion cuts to HUD.

  • A Sacramento pastor sets up a safe space for immigrants in his church.

  • Hispanic political operatives meet to figure out how to combat Trump's immigration agenda.

  • FBI Director James Comey discusses the Trump administration's connection to Russia.

  • Republican and Democratic lawmakers are facing angry constituents across the country.

  • The panel reports on the new world order of the Trump administration.

  • Trump signs executive order freezing refugee visas from predominantly Muslim countries.

  • The Senate confirmed two of Trump's national security cabinet nominations.

  • President Obama delivers and emotional farewell address in Chicago.

  • Trump still has over 600 nominees announce with less than 2 weeks until inauguration.

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