Dateline: Week Of October 1, 2007 In News, Pop Culture, Tech, Celebrity, Entertainment & Fascinating Facts
In The News
At least 37 Iraqis are killed in bomb lasts in several days of violence.
Britain says it will cut its forces in Iraq b half in the spring, leaving just 2.500 troops.
Democratic presidential candidate Barack Obama proposes spending $150 billion over 10 years on new clean-energy programs, including proposals to reduce greenhouse gas emissions and to develop new energy sources.
Oregon will join California, Connecticut, Hawaii, Maine, New Hampshire, New Jersey, Vermont and Washington – that have approved partnership rights in some form for same-sex couples. Only Massachusetts now allows same-sec couples to marry.
Sports News – October 1, 2007
The New York Yankees clinch the AL east, beating the Indians 5-3 in game 3.
Technology News – October 1, 2007
Google will begin showing YouTube videos on thousands of other websites, hoping to profit from ads attached to the clips. The material sent to other websites will be confined to video from providers who sign consent forms.
Don’t miss Bob Dylan’s “Theme Time Radio Hour over XM radio.
Music news – October 1, 2007
Kid Rock, who has sold some 20 million albums – has a new one out this week – “Rock N Roll Jesus,” Rock, originally from Michigan, is 36. He’ll be on David Letterman’s show this week.
Television news – October 1, 2007
First daughter Jenna Bush is on Rachel Ray’s syndicated show on Monday.
Monday night television listings/TV Guide – week of October 1, 2007
CBS – How I Met Your Mother, the Big Bang Theory, Two and a Half Men, Rules of engagement, CSI: Miami, late Show, Late Late Show
NBC – Chuck, Heroes, Journeyman, tonight, Conan O’Brien, Carson Daly
ABC – dancing with the Stars, The Bachelor, Nightline, Jimmy Kimmel
CW – Everybody Hates Chris, Aliens in America, Girlfriends, The Game
MyNet – Celebrity expose’, Contro. Room Presents
Fox – Prison Break, K-Ville
PBS – Antiques Roadshow, Tavis Smiley, Charlie Rose
Oxygen – He said, She said
Two and a Half Men – Charlie goes along with Alan who wants to set him up with a date his age.
The Bachelor – stud Brad takes six Bachelorettes to the circus.
On The Late Show W/David Letterman – George Clooney. Kid Rock performs
On The Tonight Show – Ben Afflect and Jim Norton and music with The Shins.
Top Movies – October 1, 2007
The Game Plan
The Heartbreak Kid
Resident Evil: Extinction
The Seeker: The Dark is Rising
Good Luck Chuck
Feel the Noise
3:10 to Yuma
The Brave One