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|1||Firing Line (1966 TV series)||8.2/10||29|
|2||Democracy Now! (2001 TV series)||8.0/10||83|
(1989 TV series)
Each week Brian Lamb discusses a recently published work of nonfiction with its author. The author's background...
|4||Kapwa ko, mahal ko (1975 TV series)||7.5/10||6|
|5||Book TV (1998 TV series)||7.3/10||21|
|6||Meet the Press (1947 TV series)||6.6/10||200|
Meet the Press
(1992 TV series)
A national current affairs interview program which brings together the nation's leaders and the press to discuss pressing news stories.
Face the Nation
(1954 TV series)
A program featuring one or more question-and-answer sessions with prominent figures currently in the news. One of the longest-running programs on television.
(1953 TV series)
Six U.S. Senators discussed military and current events in this live discussion program.
|10||Alan Keyes Is Making Sense (2002 TV series)|
|11||Court of Current Issues (1948 TV series)|
|12||Newsweek Views the News (1948 TV series)|
|13||Entre tres (2005 TV series)|
|14||Zona abierta (1999 TV series)|
|15||Two-Way Street (2010 TV series)|
|16||Nueva York (2005 TV series)|
|17||The Power of Women (1952 TV series)|
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