By Coordinator

Aug 19, 2010 5:43pm

The following report highlights the programming of ABC’s “Good Morning America” during the week of August 23-27, 2010.


“Good Morning America” is a two-hour, live program anchored by Robin Roberts and George Stephanopoulos. Juju Chang is the news anchor and Sam Champion is the weather anchor. The morning news program airs MONDAY-FRIDAY (7:00-9:00 a.m., EDT), on the ABC Television Network.


Highlights of the week include:

MONDAY, AUGUST 23Juju Chang documents a boy’s amazing recovery after being burned by bullies that used to be his friends,; ABC News contributor Matthew Dowd explores the nation’s current political climate and sits down with a group in Michigan to discuss their thoughts on the subject; author Harriet Brown discusses her plight to save her daughter from anorexia; a look at the five surprising ingredients in everyday cosmetics

TUESDAY, AUGUST 24 Robin Roberts kicks off GMA’s “Road to Recovery” series with a look at progress being made in Haiti after the devastating earthquake; Fantasia performs a song from her new album (“Back to Me”); financial contributor Mellody Hobson on back to school money rules for teens


WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 25 Robin Roberts continues her look inside Haiti’s recovery; de-cluttering your house to get ready for the school year ahead; Little Big Town performs “The Reason Why”


THURSDAY, AUGUST 26 Robin Roberts explores where Nashville, Tennessee stands in the road to recovery three months after floods ravaged the city; Juju Chang looks at cutting edge technology in hospitals of the future; plus everything your child needs to know about filling out college applications


FRIDAY, AUGUST 27 Robin Roberts anchors live from her hometown of Pass Christian, Mississippi five years after Hurricane Katrina; correspondent Andrea Canning uncovers germs lurking in local gyms; Lady Antebellum performs live in New York City’s Central Park as part of “GMA’s” Summer Concert Series


Jim Murphy is the senior executive producer and Tom Cibrowski is the executive producer of ABC News’ “Good Morning America.”

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