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Tuesdays at noon ET, Washington Post columnist Bob Levey hosts "Levey Live," a discussion offering readers the chance to ask questions directly of people who make the news and the people who report it. Also, Fridays at 1 p.m. ET, Levey takes your questions in "Speaking Freely" on virtually everything, from sports to politics, Metro area traffic and local issues.


Thursdays at noon ET, Washington Post columnist Marc Fisher hosts "Potomac Confidential," a discussion on local and national news and the skinny on life in and around Washington.


Metro Live Online Transcripts

_____ Levey Live Online _____
Washington Post columnist Bob Levey hosts "Levey Live," each Tuesday from noon to 1 p.m. Eastern time. Bob's guests include the people who make the news and the people who report it.

Bob also hosts "Speaking Freely," an open-agenda discussion, Fridays from 1 to 2 p.m. Eastern time.

_____ Potomac Confidential _____
Washington Post columnist Marc Fisher hosts "Potomac Confidential," each Thursday from noon to 1 p.m. Eastern time. In his new weekly show, Marc will discuss whatever is in the news, locally and nationally.

Read Marc Fisher's column on daily life, politics, culture and the Washington area.

Transcripts from online discussions with public figures, experts and the staff of The Washington Post.
See who's Live Online this week.

Transcript Archive

June 11, 2002: Virginia Politics:
George Mason University Prof. Toni Travis discussed Va. House Speaker S. Vance Wilkins Jr. (R) .

Mar. 22, 2002: Monument Surveillance:
Jay Stanley, Privacy Coordinator, American Civil Liberties Union.

Mar. 21, 2002: Fairfax County Schools:
Superintendent Daniel A. Domenech.

Feb. 28, 2002: Four Years of Mayor Williams:
Washington Post Staff Writer Steve Twomey.

Feb. 21, 2002: Tyson Fight in the District?:
Terry O'Neill, Membership Vice President, National Organization for Women.

Feb. 20, 2002: Tyson Fight in the District?:
Michael Brown of the D.C. Boxing and Wrestling Commission.

Feb. 14, 2002: The Art of Romance:
Romance novelist Kelsey Roberts.

Jan. 17, 2002: Fairfax County Schools:
Superintendent Daniel A. Domenech.

Jan. 14, 2002: 12-Year-Old Genius:
Greg Smith, a 12- year-old senior at Randolph-Macon College.

Jan. 9, 2002: Virginia Politics:
Analyst Robert D. Holsworth of Virginia Commonwealth University.




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