Puddin, any hopes of pics for next weeks show?
I think seeBS found the leak
heres some GREAT NEWS !! NO mention of the latest team on the Early Show!!
^NN-amtiein04-EARLY SHOWBelow is THE EARLY SHOW Lineup for Thursday, May 4, 2006 as of 5:15PM
PLEASE NOTE: This information WILL be updated again several times overnight,
beginning at approximately 2:30AM, then again at 5:45AM, 6:45AM and 9:15AM for
West Coast Stations. Please do not forget to check the AM tie-in note in
Harry Smith, Hannah Storm, Rene Syler and Julie Chen anchor THE EARLY SHOW from
New York. Audrey Puente from our New York station, WCBS-TV, brings us the
weather. Dave Price is on assignment.
Please note that each night a 10-second "tomorrow" and "coming up" topical
anchor promo that can be used in a combo spot, teasing your local morning show
and THE EARLY SHOW, can be found in the Newspath Now server under "promos".
***This promo teases stories only in the 8AM hour only***. Co-op stations, you
can use this promo to tease the broadcast in your own morning news. Here is a
look at the promo we recorded for Thursday's show:
Tomorrow (Coming up) on THE EARLY SHOW... It's TV's top crime drama. Don't miss
an exciting preview of CSI's next episode with star and producer William
Petersen! Plus, our resident chef Bobby Flay! Tomorrow (Coming up) on THE EARLY
Please also note that a 20-second "tomorrow" and "coming up" topical anchor
promo can be found in the Newspath Now server under "promos". Here is a look
at the promos we recorded for Thursday's show:
I'm Rene Syler. I'm Hannah Storm. Tomorrow (Coming up) on THE EARLY SHOW...
It's TV's top crime drama. Don't miss an exciting preview of CSI's next episode
with star and producer William Petersen! And, remember sweet little Kailee Wells
who needed a bone marrow transplant to save her life? Well, she's back at school
and doing great! We'll have her amazing story. Plus, Bobby Flay! Tomorrow
(Coming up) on THE EARLY SHOW...
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AUDREY PUENTE THROWS TO LOCAL WEATHER CUTAWAYS AT THE FOLLOWING TIMES:
*****WE WILL CONFIRM THE HIT TIME FOR THE FIRST WEATHER CUTAWAY EVERY MORNING
AT 6:30AM ET VIA EVA******
7:08 SEGMENT ONE- MOUSSAOUI VERDICT: Dateline: Alexandria, VA; Washington D.C.:
After seven days of deliberations, a federal jury in Alexandria has decided that
al-Qaeda conspirator Zacarias Moussaoui should be sentenced to life in prison
without the possibility of parole for his role in the September 11th attacks -
sparing him the death penalty. Thursday morning, we'll have the more on his
verdict and the reaction.
7:13 SEGMENT TWO- TIGER WOODS' DAD: Dateline: New York: Tiger Woods' father
Earl Woods, died Wednesday after a long battle with cancer. Correspondent
Richard Schlesinger reports.
7:18 SEGMENT THREE- TBD-PLEASE CHECK OVERNIGHT WIRES FOR FURTHER DETAILS.
7:32 SEGMENT FOUR- KAILEE UPDATE: Dateline: Milwaukee, WI: Last fall, THE EARLY
SHOW told the story of sweet little Kailee Wells who has been spending her young
life suffering from a rare, fatal illness. Refusing to accept their daughter's
terminal prognosis, Kailee's determined parents launched an international organ
donation effort. Thanks to a successful bone marrow transplant, six months
later, Kailee is back in school and impressing her family and doctors every
day. She and her parents, Linda and Owen Wells, will join us in our studio with
their wonderful story. ***B-ROLL WILL BE AVAILABLE ON TONIGHT'S NEWSPATH
7:42 SEGMENT FIVE- EYE ON THE ROAD: Dateline: Zebulon, NC: CBS EVENING NEWS'
special series Eye on the Road continues with a first-hand look at how high gas
prices are affecting Americans. Wednesday night, Correspondent Sharyn Alfonsi
reported from Zebulon, North Carolina, home of the Carolina Mudcats, a minor
league baseball team that travels more than 10,000 miles by bus every summer
going from game to game. Sharyn will inform us on how high gas prices are
7:48 SEGMENT SIX- HEALTHWATCH- Elements and guest TBD. Please check overnight
wires for details.
8:01 SEGMENT SEVEN- TWO SETS TRIPLETS: Dateline: New Brunswick, NJ: Looks like
one busy couple will be keeping the local baby store in business. On Monday,
proud New Jersey parents welcomed a set of triplets with open arms into the
world. The one thing that worries them is the other set of 2-year-old triplets
that are waiting in diapers for them back at home. EARLY SHOW Correspondent
Melinda Murphy reports on this incredible story.
8:10 SEGMENT EIGHT- CSI WEEK: For many CSI fans, actor William Petersen is the
leading man. He not only portrays the enigmatic lead investigator, Gil Grissom,
but he is also one of the hit show's Executive Producers. After six seasons,
Grissom remains as smart and secretive as ever. Thursday morning, THE EARLY
SHOW's Julie Chen will talk to Petersen about his successful show.
8:18 SEGMENT NINE- COWIE GARDENING: Are you searching for fresh ideas to spark
up that special event you have planned at your home? According to THE EARLY
SHOW's resident event planner Colin Cowie, the perfect tabletop design can help
transform your social gathering into one festive celebration. He will show us
some fabulous centerpiece ideas for spring and summer entertainment that are
sure to impress your guests.
8:32 SEGMENT NINE- AWARE HOME: Dateline: Atlanta, GA: As the elderly continue
to advance in years, many of them are reluctant to move into assisted care
facilities. What should you do if this was your relative? Well, your days of
worrying may soon be over. Dozens of graduate students from Georgia Tech
University are currently working hard to develop new technology that will help
seniors remain independent within their own homes. THE EARLY SHOW's Melinda
Murphy will tell us about these innovative devices that assist elders with
maintaining a quality of life.
8:38 SEGMENT TEN- JONATHAN ALTER: If you find yourself questioning some crucial
elements of American political history, a new account on this month's bookshelf
has some answers. Newsweek Senior Editor Jonathan Alter vividly explores the
beginning of Franklin D. Roosevelt's presidency and how he led the nation to
recovery after the Great Depression in his new book, The Defining Moment: FDR's
Hundred Days and the Triumph of Hope. The widely-acclaimed editor will be live
in our studio to talk about his new book.
8:43 SEGMENT ELEVEN- FLAY PEA SOUP: If your mouth is watering for something
light, yet tasty, EARLY SHOW Resident Chef Bobby Flay has the perfect
suggestion for the new season. Thursday morning, he'll mix up a delicious
spring pea soup that is full flavor.