MOSCOW, April 24, 2012 /PRNewswire/ -- Slovenian philosopher Slavoj Zizek and American intellectual David Horowitz debate the left-wing influence on global politics, the Israel-Palestine question, the future of Europe and the WikiLeaks controversy in the second episode of Julian Assange's "The World Tomorrow" on RT.
The segment premieres globally and simultaneously across all RT channels on Tuesday, April 24, at 15:30 Moscow time /11:30 GMT/7:30 EST in English, Arabic and Spanish, and will be rebroadcast every two hours thereafter.
"In our most heated discussion, I bring together a battle-hardened US conservative intellectual and Europe's most famous conservative philosopher. I want to understand their respective views, but we always fall to fighting over Israel and Palestine," commented Assange on the tone of the second episode.
The debut episode of Julian Assange's keenly-awaited program featured Hezbollah leader Hassan Nasrallah and sparked heated debates in the global media. This was Nasrallah's first TV interview for an English-language outlet since 2006. The Associated Press, The Guardian and The Huffington Post referred to Assange's success in getting an interview with Nasrallah as "a coup." When the program premiered on RT on April 17, it appeared in the top 10 worldwide Twitter trends four times.
"The World Tomorrow" is RT's weekly interview program created and hosted by the renowned WikiLeaks whistleblower. Promotional materials, an exclusive interview with Assange and the full-length video of the aired episodes are available at http://assange.rt.com. The ten-part series is filmed in England, where Assange has remained under house arrest for more than 500 days without official charges.
RT, a global international news network that broadcasts in English, Arabic and Spanish from its studios in Moscow and Washington, DC, is available to 530 million viewers, or 25% of all cable subscribers, worldwide. In the UK, RT is more popular than Bloomberg, according to the survey by Kantar Media. RT became the first TV news channel in the world to pass 700 million views on YouTube. In 2010, RT became the first ever Russian channel to garner a nomination for the prestigious Emmy International Award, in the News category. RT streams online at the network's website RT.com.
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