Friday, Oct. 18, 2013

What could the upcoming cooler weather mean for your garden?

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WTOP’s Thomas Warren reports.



7:40 p.m. – Jeff Dufour, D.C. editor, UrbanDaddy.com

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Weekend Food & Drink: Oysters with a side of heavy metal, and hot dogs like they make in New York



7:20 p.m. – George Wallace, Rob Woodfork, Chris Cichon and Megan Cloherty of WTOP Sports; Chris Chase, USA Today Sports

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Can the troubled Redskins beat Chicago Sunday?



6:40 p.m. – Scott Greenberg, syndicated wine columnist

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Wine of the Week: The Tour of Europe continues with Germany and Riesling



5:40 p.m. – David Elfin, Redskins beat reporter

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The Redskins take on the Bears, Sunday at 1 p.m.


4:40 p.m. – Scott McCartney, Middle Seat columnist for the Wall Street Journal

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A kinder, gentler airport TSA screening checkpoint


4:20 p.m. — Chris Wallace, host, Fox News Sunday

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The damage of the shutdown


3:50 p.m. – Ann Hornaday, film critic, Washington Post

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Hornaday on new movie "12 Years a Slave"


2:20 p.m. – Greg Redfern, WTOP’s space contributer

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Penumbral lunar eclipse on Friday


3:10 p.m. – Gwen Ifill, moderator of Washington Week

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Setting up the budget showdown in 2014


12:51 p.m. – Dave Ross, commentator

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The enemy within


12:10 p.m. – Mary Beth Albright, foodie and food attorney

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Advice on how to keep food fresher longer.



11:10 a.m. – Mike Causey, Federal News Radio

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Federal shutdown was different than 1995-1996.

Related Link: Federal News Radio: Shutdowns, sex and traffic… Was it good for you?


10:40 a.m. – Clinton Yates, Washington Post columnist

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What have we learned from the government shutdown?



10:10 a.m. – Jen Chaney, writer for The Washington Post and New York Magazine’s Vulture

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"12 Years a Slave" is an incredibly powerful movie.



7:50 a.m. – David Gregory, moderator of NBC’s


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