By Coordinator

Oct 21, 2010 1:54pm

The following report highlights the programming of ABC’s “Good Morning America” during the week of October 25-October 29, 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, OCTOBER 25 Janet Jackson discusses her life, career and new movie (“For Colored Girls”); “GMA” kicks off “Countdown to Halloween” with a look at how to protect your family from dangers on Halloween night; Sam Donaldson and John Palmer discuss their new program on Retirement Living Television that focuses on politics for American seniors; Haley Taylor on her new show (“The Fairy Jobmother”); a preview of National Geographic’s “Great Migrations” series

TUESDAY, OCTOBER 26 – “GMA’s” “Countdown to Halloween” continues with the best deals on candy, costumes and decorations; author Kelly Valen discusses her new book (“The Twisted Sisterhood: Unraveling the Dark Legacy of Female Friendships"); athlete and author Marion Jones; a performance by a nine-year-old piano prodigy

WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 27 – “Countdown to Halloween” series: Elisabeth Hasselbeck looks at this year’s most popular store bought and homemade costumes; “GMA’s” “The Morning Mix;” Lauren Bush  on UNICEF’s 60th Anniversary; the “Dancing with the Stars” couple voted off from Tuesday night

THURSDAY, OCTOBER 28Juju Chang reports on the growing number of schools eliminating recess and its negative effects; “Countdown to Halloween” continues with Country Living’s Sarah Gray Miller on home decorating ideas; what every family needs to know about healthcare with Dr. Tim Johnson

FRIDAY, OCTOBER 29 – “America’s Health” with Dr. Richard Besser on the truth about vitamins: Are they really necessary?; John Quinones previews “What Would You Do?”;  “Countdown to Halloween” concludes with new uses for old things and party treats

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

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