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Radio host Hugh Hewitt helms this self-titled show that covers the biggest stories of the week. He welcomes guests from the worlds of politics and journalism for interviews to help him provide analysis on the news that matters to Americans. The show also features panel discussions with experts that include guests from both sides of the aisle.

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aired 415 days ago
Hugh Hewitt provides interviews, and analyzes the biggest stories of the week with a panel of experts from both sides of the aisle.
aired 422 days ago
Hugh Hewitt provides interviews, and analyzes the biggest stories of the week with a panel of experts from both sides of the aisle.
aired 429 days ago
Hugh Hewitt provides interviews, and analyzes the biggest stories of the week with a panel of experts from both sides of the aisle.
aired 436 days ago
Hugh Hewitt provides interviews, and analyzes the biggest stories of the week with a panel of experts from both sides of the aisle.
aired 443 days ago
Hugh Hewitt provides interviews, and analyzes the biggest stories of the week with a panel of experts from both sides of the aisle.
aired 450 days ago
Hugh Hewitt provides interviews, and analyzes the biggest stories of the week with a panel of experts from both sides of the aisle.
aired 464 days ago
Hugh Hewitt provides interviews, and analyzes the biggest stories of the week with a panel of experts from both sides of the aisle.
aired 471 days ago
Hugh Hewitt provides interviews, and analyzes the biggest stories of the week with a panel of experts from both sides of the aisle.
aired 478 days ago
Hugh Hewitt provides interviews, and analyzes the biggest stories of the week with a panel of experts from both sides of the aisle.
aired 485 days ago
Hugh Hewitt provides interviews, and analyzes the biggest stories of the week with a panel of experts from both sides of the aisle.
aired 492 days ago
Hugh Hewitt provides interviews, and analyzes the biggest stories of the week with a panel of experts from both sides of the aisle.
aired 499 days ago
Hugh Hewitt provides interviews, and analyzes the biggest stories of the week with a panel of experts from both sides of the aisle.
aired 506 days ago
Hugh Hewitt provides interviews, and analyzes the biggest stories of the week with a panel of experts from both sides of the aisle.
aired 520 days ago
Hugh Hewitt provides interviews, and analyzes the biggest stories of the week with a panel of experts from both sides of the aisle.
aired 527 days ago
Hugh Hewitt provides interviews, and analyzes the biggest stories of the week with a panel of experts from both sides of the aisle.
aired 541 days ago
Hugh Hewitt provides interviews, and analyzes the biggest stories of the week with a panel of experts from both sides of the aisle.
aired 548 days ago
Hugh Hewitt provides interviews, and analyzes the biggest stories of the week with a panel of experts from both sides of the aisle.
aired 555 days ago
Hugh Hewitt provides interviews, and analyzes the biggest stories of the week with a panel of experts from both sides of the aisle.
aired 562 days ago
Hugh Hewitt provides interviews, and analyzes the biggest stories of the week with a panel of experts from both sides of the aisle.
aired 569 days ago
Hugh Hewitt provides interviews, and analyzes the biggest stories of the week with a panel of experts from both sides of the aisle.
aired 576 days ago
Hugh Hewitt provides interviews, and analyzes the biggest stories of the week with a panel of experts from both sides of the aisle.

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