Joe Bloggs April 17, 2012, 14:42
This should be interesting and l have alerted some academics in NZ. I am about to view this programe. His wikileaks websites revelations were regarded as Diplomatic gosip. When some of the information was chased down by some different personalities named then it was found that the alleged information was not that accurate. It was essentially what Joe Blogs and Mary Jane was alleged to have said at some chit chatt meeting or event. Also, they were drafts or unfinished commiques from differing governments.

The thing which would be more interesting is who are Julian Assange’s backers. Is it George Soros ? Is he the guy that is backing Julian Assange. Now that could be a rather large story. And by the way i am not a journalist, just an average citizen who has followed this drama over a period of time. :)

Joe Bloggs
Valkyrie April 17, 2012, 13:30
I am looking forward to the interviews and i think it is great that Assange has chosen to interview people who would either be ignored by the mainstream, or are grossly misrepresented.
Btw, I don’t think any of the Australian Murdochracy papers mentioned the World Tomorrow interviews :/.
Well done RT and Julian <3
Max April 17, 2012, 11:38
Ericwrote on April 17, 2012, 09:51
I have searched the site and program schedule and I cannot find out what time the show airs, someone post it if you know, I am in EST zone

It’ll be on air at 11.30 UTC
Leonie Saunders in Australia April 17, 2012, 11:37
Julian Assange inspires attention because he is a natural communicator and collaborator. Assange is open and forthright, engaged and empathetic. His terminolgy is particularly enlightening as it reveals a side of his character that is not driven by egoism as his critics suggest. Whenever Assange speaks about issues or experiences that concern him alone, he uses the singular ‘I’ and when he speaks on things that involves the work he does in collaboration with others such as his new TV program and Wikileaks, he consistently acknowledges the input and endeavour of his colleagues by using the collective ‘we’. Can’t wait to watch his interviews
:) April 17, 2012, 10:27
don’t forget to expose russian leaders and industrialist along with others who are already in hit list :P:P:P ... nice going though .... the world 2moro will be better thanks to julian assgane :) best of luck
tron123 April 17, 2012, 10:20
Good Luck Julian Assange. Live long and in Prosper
HowlinW.Dingo April 17, 2012, 09:59
Great to see one of the two real news outlets continuing to support real investigative journalism, rather than much of the tripe offered up by the old media outlets.

I remember once some great journalists investigating events around the world and in their own countries. The mainstream media actually publishing some of these fine pieces of journalism on occasion. Unfortunately today many media outlets seem to have climbed so far into bed with politicians and businessmen, while also limiting quality journalism to the point that their news outlets are now somewhat compromised. Sound bites and headlines are not news, they are merely tabloid trivia and sadly this has become a large part of the format of mainstream media which currently lacks a level of depth to it’s storytelling.

Fortunately we have two good news outlets today who are not afraid to publish and support journalists with the courage to report an independent perspective on what is actually happening around the world.
Eric April 17, 2012, 09:51
I have searched the site and program schedule and I cannot find out what time the show airs, someone post it if you know, I am in EST zone
Alex of Melbourne Australia. April 17, 2012, 09:50
RT can be picked up free via satellite in Melbourne (Assange’s home city). Also Sydney, Brisbane, etc.
Roger April 17, 2012, 08:29
@cookie. You can watch anything as it goes to air via - on the main page at the top "RT question more LIVE". They seem to put all the shows for viewing online anyway once they’re broadcast, under the "programs" menu.