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Programming notes

*** Friday’s “Daily Rundown” line-up: Gov. Mitch Daniels (R-IN) on the economy, 2012 and more… NBC’s David Gregory on the latest in Obama vs. Romney… Former five-time Jeopardy champion Rep. Rush Holt (D-NJ) on Chuck’s performance last night… More 2012 news with Politico’s Joe Williams, Voto Latino’s Maria Teresa Kumar and one of us (!!!).

*** Friday’s “Jansing & Co.” line-up: MSNBC’s Chris Jansing interviews former Bush White House spokesman Tony Fratto, Center for American Progress’ Daniella Gibbs Leger, Politico’s Glenn Thrush, Reason Magazine’s Matt Welch, Grio Managing Editor Joy-Ann Reid, and financial advisor Lynette Khalfani Cox.

*** Friday’s “NOW with Alex Wagner” line-up: Alex Wagner’s guests include former State Department spokesman James Rubin, the Business Insider’s Henry Blodget, the AP’s Kasie Hunt, BuzzFeed’s Ben Smith, GOP strategist Robert Traynham, and Dem strategist Karen Finney

*** Friday’s “Andrea Mitchell Reports” line-up: NBC’s Andrea Mitchell, anchoring from the Global Food Summit in DC, interviews Bono, Tanzania’s President Jakaya Kikwete, USAID Administrator Rajiv Shah, the New York Times’ Elisabeth Bumiller, Time’s Richard Stengel, USA Today’s Susan Page, and NBC’s Mike Viqueira.

*** Friday’s “News Nation with Tamron Hall” line-up: Craig Melvin, filling in for Tamron Hall, interviews the Chicago Sun-Times’ Lynn Sweet, Jimmy Williams, and Zachary Karabell.

*** Saturday’s and Sunday’s “Weekends with Alex Witt” line-up: As part of her weekly “Office Politics” series, MSNBC’s Alex Witt interviews NBC’s Dr. Nancy Snyderman. Also, Witt interviews (on Saturday) former Gov. Gray Davis and (on Sunday) Ben Mezrich, who wrote the book on which the film “The Social Network” was based.

*** Saturday’s and Sunday’s “Melissa Harris-Perry” line-up: On Saturday, MSNBC’s Melissa Harris-Perry interviews, among others, Rep. Gwen Moore (D-WI), the Washington Post’s Ezra Klein, Reason.com’s Nick Gillespie, and The Nation’s Katrina vanden Heuvel. On Sunday, she interviews former Sen. Bill Bradley (D-NJ) and the Boston Globe’s Glen Johnson.