The Morning Briefing with Tim Farley
Weekdays 6 - 9 am ETBegin the The P.O.T.U.S. day with a wake up call of news and opinion. Get an unbiased roundup of the stories and events that will shape the day's political discussion.
The Michael Smerconish Program
Weekdays 9 am - 12 pm ET
Rebroadcasts Weekdays 6 - 9 pm, & 12 - 3 am ETSpirited discussions of government, politics and current events without predictable left/right bias. Guests from every political party are welcome, and listeners are encouraged to debate and challenge opinions without being shut down.
The Midday Briefing with Tim Farley
Weekdays 12 - 2 pm ET“The Midday Briefing with Tim Farley,” recaps the early morning news, delivers live events from the White House and Capitol Hill and gives you an in-depth look at the day ahead in politics. Midday features exclusive interviews with the lawmakers who are shaping the future of our government, as well as the educators, authors, and ordinary citizens that are making a difference in today’s society. It’s your midday dose of unfiltered news that matters the most.
Politics Powered by Twitter
Weekdays 2 - 3 pm ETPolitics Powered by Twitter translates the vast “Twitter-verse” discussion of politics into a new form of talk radio for SiriusXM listeners. Veteran news and social media professionals Lee Brenner and Slade Sohmer discuss trends and Tweets from politicians, journalists and celebrities with active voices on the key political issues and breaking news, while taking questions and comments from listeners on Twitter via @politicsradio.
The Press Pool
Weekdays 3 - 6 pm ET
Rebroadcasts Weekdays 9 pm - 12 am, & 3 - 6 am ETHosted by veteran White House correspondent Julie Mason, The Press Pool focuses on political coverage through the eyes of beat reporters, columnists, bloggers, and commentators and features live airings of the White House press briefings, as well as breaking news and unfiltered audio from Washington, D.C. and around the country.
American Voices with Senator Bill Bradley
Saturdays 7 am, 5 pm ET
Rebroadcast Sun 3 am, 4 pm ET; Monday 1 am ETSen. Bill Bradley: "For 40 years, I've traveled around America listening to the stories Americans tell about their lives. I was always moved, and so I wanted to create a show where you can hear some of them too." Find out more about the show or message Sen. Bradley by visiting us on Facebook.
Saturdays 8 am & 6 pm ET; Sundays 5 am & 5 pm ET; Mondays 2 am ETShining a light on the theater of politics, White House veteran Josh King and his guests of Beltway insiders & outsiders pull back the curtain each week on the national drama and events driving the images and headlines. PoliOptics -- a mash-up of 'politics' and 'optics' -- sees Washington as a long-running performance, with the nation's leaders as the choreographers and actors, the media as the theater and chorus, and the American public as the audience.
Unscripted with Chuck Todd
Saturdays 10 am, 7 pm ET; Sundays 5 am, 6 pm ET; Mondays 3 am ET
Unscripted with Chuck Todd will feature notable guests from the worlds of politics, sports, music, entertainment/pop culture, news, literature and more to explore the different sides of newsmakers that are not seen in traditional settings.
No Labels Radio with Jon Huntsman
Saturdays from 10 am , 8 pm ET; Sundays 6 am, 9 pm ET
Governor Jon Huntsman hosts a weekly show, interviewing members of Congress, members of the No Labels Problem Solvers group—more than 85 members of Congress dedicated to holding regular “across the aisle” meetings—and other guests committed to ending gridlock in Washington and interested in making historic change in the bipartisan dialogue in our nation's government. Listeners are invited to join the conversation by phone calling 866-96-POTUS (866-967-6887) and via Twitter using the hashtag #NoLabelsRadio.
Steele & Ungar
Saturdays 11 am, 9 pm ET
Sundays 6 am, 9 pm ET
A weekly two-hour show with friends, Michael Steele, former Chairman of the Republican National Committee, and Rick Ungar, a Democrat and contributor on politics and healthcare policy at Forbes.com, discussing the week’s news with top newsmakers..
Week at the White House
Saturday at 1 pm & 11 pm ET; Sunday 12 pm ET; Monday 12 am ET
POTUS White House Correspondent Jared Rizzi looks back at the week in news from 1600 Pennsylvania Avenue.
White House Chronicle
Saturdays 1:30 pm & 11:30 pm ET; Sundays 12:30 pm ET; Mondays 12:30 am ET A weekly news and public affairs program, airing nationwide. Its hosts are nationally syndicated columnist and author Llewellyn King and veteran journalist Linda Gasparello, who speak with newsmakers and reporters about the week in politics.
Sundays 7 am ETC-SPAN's Washington Journal features interviews with newsmakers discussing the latest news and opinions from Washington D.C. with live listener phone calls.
This Week with George Stephanopoulos
Sundays 3 pm ETThis Week with George Stephanopoulos is a political affairs program that airs Sunday mornings on ABC. After anchoring "This Week" from 2002 to 2010, Stephanopoulos returned to the show in January 2012. In addition to his anchor duties, Stephanopoulos is the network's chief political correspondent, reporting on political and policy stories for all ABC News broadcasts and platforms. The show features interviews with top newsmakers and a weekly roundtable that includes some of the biggest names in politics.
Beyond the Beltway with Bruce DuMont
Sundays 7 pmA live weekly two-hour nationally-syndicated radio program that takes America's political pulse, and provides a fresh and balanced perspective of national politics.