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WASHINGTON WEEK

The Backstory: The Voice of Washington Week

  • Aired: 02/25/2013
  • 05:41
  • Rating: NR
On February 23, 1967, WETA launched a new public affairs roundtable program called Washington Week in Review. 46-years later, Washington Week continues as a venerable staple of PBS programming every Friday night. The one constant: announcer Paul Anthony, who has been with the program since the very beginning. He shares his reflections on the early days and evolution of Washington Week.
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Washington Week's announcer Paul Anthony share his reflections on the show's history.
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