Neal Conan is back, and in our first hour he will host an NPR News Special on the presidential race—post-New Hampshire. For the entire hour, NPR's Ken Rudin and political analysts break down what the victories of John McCain on the Republican side, and Hillary Clinton on the Democratic side mean for the all the candidates as they head for Michigan, South Carolina and Super Tuesday.
In our second hour, which will be Talk of the Nation, we'll give you a free pass into the biggest consumer electronics show that's taking place now in Las Vegas. Our guests will introduce you to the latest gizmos and gadgets. Can you imagine a video camera that clips onto your shirt and records up to four hours of footage? How about a driverless car? Man, you gotta love the 21st century. Following that, we'll talk with former senator and presidential nominee George McGovern about his call to impeach President Bush. He stated in a recen op-ed, "President Bush and Vice-President Cheney have repeatedly violated the Constitution. They have transgressed national and international law. They have lied to the American people time after time".