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Sunday Show Preview: April 26, 2015

MicrophonesEvery Friday afternoon, we provide a preview of the various Sunday morning political talk shows that are filmed and broadcast throughout the commonwealth.

Our hope is to alert readers to the important interviews and insights that each show in their region offers.

We’re just starting out and our hope is this feature will grow with time. So, if there is a program you’d like to recommend or, better yet, you work for a program not yet featured here send us a message (sysnyder@politicspa.com) and we’ll try to include it.

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NBC10-Philadelphia-11:30 a.m.

Host: Keith Jones

Topics:

1)      Reforming PA Liquor Sales

Guests: State Rep. Chris Ross/(R) Chester County & State Rep. Pamela DeLissio (D) Montgomery/Philadelphia

2)      PTSD Awareness & the “Stain of War” Project

Guest: Iraq War Vet Joe Dimond

3)      STEM Education in Philly

Guest: Dr. Frederic Bertley from The Franklin Institute

Face the State

CBS21-Harrisburg-11:30 a.m.

Host: Tanya Foster

State Rep. Keith Greiner is on the show this week. We’re talking about municipal and state pension reform. Tony and Charlie are also in.

Inside Story

6abc-Philadelphia-11:30 a.m.

Host: Tamala Edwards

Roundtable:

Ajay Raju

Christine Flowers

Jim Eisenhower

Jeff Jubelirer

Host Tamala Edwards sits down with Philadelphia City Council President Darrell Clarke.  Topics include school funding, the budget, crime prevention, and possible campaign finance reform. Then our Insiders dive into the latest with the mayoral race and the ‘endorsement shuffle’, plus SEPTA paying big bucks to an outside firm and the fundraising trail for Senator Toomey and Joe Sestak. Catch the Inside Story … Sunday at 11:30 am here on 6abc.

Journalists Roundtable

PCN-Harrisburg-8:30 p.m. (Rerun from Thurs.)

Attorney General Kathleen Kane is again in the news, this time for hiring a new spokesperson, her third this year, and she will also face a contempt of court hearing next week. Senate confirmation hearings have started for Gov. Tom Wolf’s cabinet nominees, 2016 candidates are testing the waters for U.S. Senate, a medical marijuana bill is expected to be voted on in the state Senate next week, and the state budget process is starting to heat up. Property taxes and privatizing the state liquor system are in the mix. Coming on the program tonight to talk about the these issues and more are: Christen Smith, staff writer with Capitolwire; Marc Levy, with the Associated Press; John Micek, Editorial & Opinions Page Editor with Pennlive & The Patriot-News. Our host this week is Larry Kaspar. Link here.

KD/PG Sunday Edition

CBS2-Pittsburgh-11:30 a.m.

This past week, Philadelphia federal judge Anita Brody approved a settlement agreement to provide benefits to thousands of NFL retired players, who suffered serious medical problems from concussions sustained while playing football.

Although the agreement could cost the NFL a billion dollars – over 65-years – or, about $190,000 per player – the appeals process could take years, and many of the players could die, before receiving any money.

We’ll talk with Jason Luckasevic, Esq. – Shareholder with Goldberg, Persky & White P.C. in Pittsburgh – who represented 75-NFL players, in a 2011 lawsuit against the NFL – and James (“Jack”) A. Wilberger, Jr., M.D. – former chairman of the neurosurgery department at Allegheny General Hospital – for the latest developments in this issue, and medical findings on concussions caused by participating in athletics.

Pennsylvania Newsmakers

WGAL Channel 8 (Harrisburg and Lancaster) Sunday, April 26th at 7:30 AM

Pennsylvania Cable Network, Sunday, April 26th at 4:30 PM

WBPH (Lehigh Valley and Philadelphia) Monday, April 27th at 8:30 PM

WKBS 47 (Altoona) Saturday, May 2nd at 9:30 AM

WPCB 40 (Pittsburgh) Saturday, May 2nd at 9:30 AM

This week’s Pennsylvania Newsmakers features a journalist roundtable with Steve Esack of the Allentown Morning Call and Brad Bumsted of the Pittsburgh Tribune-Review, who discuss Attorney General Kathleen Kane’s continuing legal battles and the movement of medical marijuana through the legislature. Then, joining host Terry Madonna is Mike Wishnow, Senior Vice President of the Pennsylvania Credit Union Association, and Sara Weiser, Public Relations Manager for PSECU, to discuss ways to teach personal finance during Financial Education Month. Link here.

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