Try not to throw things when Michael Brown's interview appears on the Frontline program.
I welcome analysis from these programs. I also hope that they will revisit our situation with forward-looking programs on prospective solutions and progress as we work on our resurrection.
This summary of the upcoming shows is from the 11/17/2005 Wall Street Journal:
On Tuesday, November 17, PBS will air back-to-back episodes of the science series "Nova" and the newsmagazine "Frontline" that search for explanations in the realms of science and politics. In "The Storm That Drowned a City," Nova uses computer graphics to illustrate Katrina's advance toward New Orleans and dissect the engineering faults in levees and floodwalls that led many parts of the city to become flooded in a toxic soup.
Meanwhile, "Frontline" investigates the fragmented and ineffective response to the crisis, which left emergency personnel without the ability to communicate with each other for days. The show includes interviews with several key political figures, including what it says is the first with Michael Brown, the former FEMA director, since he resigned from that post.