WQXR's Washington Report

Monday, October 19, 2009

World powers meet today in Vienna to finalize a tentative deal with Iran that would move most of its uranium out of the country for processing. The Iranian government recently agreed to allow inspections of its newly disclosed nuclear enrichment facility. The Vienna talks preceed a visit planned for October 25.

David Sanger, chief Washington correspondent for The New York Times, is covering the talks in Vienna and joins WQXR's Jeff Spurgeon with an update. Sanger also previews other stories in coming out of the Washington bureau this week, including the Obama adminstration's stand on troop levels in Afghanistan and the latest on the debate over health care legislation.

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Comments [4]

LUIS

NEVER HEARD A CLEAR AND REALLY PLEASANT, ATTRACTIVE AND INTERESTING VOICE AS THE ONE OF ANNIE BERGEN. WHERE IS SHE?

Oct. 28 2010 09:24 PM
barbara bergin

I miss annie bergen in her regular slot. A lovely lady and wonderful host. Midge is very good but Annie is special. And why do you hide her on your host listings? I feel that she's been treated shabbily in the new programming.

Jan. 31 2010 02:21 AM
William Laufer from Brooklyn, NY

Like the new format
Suggestion- Many years ago WQXR had a program called Classic Jazz hosted by a NY Times critic, John Wilson. It would be appropriate, I think, to include some of this American music into you programs.

Oct. 20 2009 10:25 AM
Ann Sullivan

Very happy to have David Sanger! Now, about Annie Bergen...how about her returning?

Oct. 19 2009 09:15 PM

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