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Bob Levey

Levey Live

Bob Levey
Bob Levey

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Levey Live, hosted by Washington Post columnist Bob Levey on Tuesdays at noon ET, is a live, moderated discussion that offers washingtonpost.com users the chance to ask questions directly of the people who make the news and the people who report it. Below you'll find transcripts of previous shows featuring guests such as Maryland Gov. Parris N. Glendening, Redskins Boss Hogette, Michael Torbert and former Post publisher Katharine Graham. Levey is also on hand for Speaking Freely, a weekly free-for-all on the news, politics and anything else that strikes readers' fancies, on Fridays at 1 p.m. ET.


June 2003
  17 Robert Peck, president, Greater Washington Board of Trade  
  13 Speaking Freely  
  10 Sarah Brady, Chair of Brady Center to Prevent Gun Violence  
  6 Speaking Freely  
  3 dcrtv.com Editor Dave Hughes  
May 2003
  30 Speaking Freely  
  27 Virginia Governor Mark Warner  
  23 Speaking Freely  
  20 The Post's Rick Atkinson  
  16 Speaking Freely  
  13 Rep. Elijah Cummings (D-Md.)  
  9 Speaking Freely  
  6 Mystery Author Tony Hillerman  
  2 Speaking Freely  
     
April 2003
  29 Classical Music DJ Dennis Owens  
  25 Speaking Freely  
  16 Paul Zeitz, Global AIDS Alliance  
  11 Speaking Freely  
  1 Children & War  
     
March 2003
  28 Speaking Freely  
  25 Cold-water Swimmer Lynne Cox  
  21 Speaking Freely  
  18 Subway Spokesman Jared Fogle  
  14 Speaking Freely  
  11 Scrabble Association Official  
  7 Speaking Freely  
  4 Dan Tangherlini of the D.C. Dept. of Transportation, on snow removal  
     

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