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On September 8, 2001, John Batchelor and Paul Alexander presented a four-hour WABC show that was devoted to multiple guest interviews on the USS Cole bombing in October 2000 by the major suspect, the Saudi renegade Osama bin Laden and his gang, al Qaeda.
For two years, in the show, Batchelor performed the role of Republican; Alexander took the role of Democrat.
Cohen of The Nation; Victor Davis Hanson, Henry Miller, and Larry Diamond of the Hoover Institution; Adrian Wooldridge, Robert Guest, and John Parker of the Economist; Monica Crowley; David Grinspoon, resident expert on the planet Mars and outer space, and Robert Zimmerman, award-winning NASA observer.
The program daily featured reports from journalists who filed with the world's most respected press outlets, and the show was reliably a few days ahead of the news cycle.
He returned to fill in for Drudge on September 2, 2007.
Batchelor returned on WABC as the host of a weekly version of the previous show on October 7, 2007, from 7–10 PM Eastern Time.
As of November 30, 2009, Batchelor was once again hosting a daily show on WABC, airing seven days a week from 9 p.m to 1 a.m Eastern Time in many major markets across the country, now on the Westwood One network.
and was raised primarily in Lower Merion Township of Montgomery County, in Pennsylvania's 13th congressional district.
Other regular contributors included Malcolm Hoenlein, the executive vice president of the Conference of Presidents of Major American Jewish Organizations; the New York attorney and taste-maker Ed Hayes; Larry Kudlow of CNBC's Kudlow & Company: Bill Whelan of the Hoover Institution: John Fund, Bret Stephens, Dan Henninger, Rob Pollock and Kim Strassel of the Wall Street Journal; Jim Mc Tague of Barron's Magazine; Chuck Todd, then of The Hotline, now NBC Political Director; Fiona Harvey and Martin Wolf of the Financial Times; Jodi Schneider of the Congressional Quarterly; Matt Bai and A. Scott of the New York Times; Katrina vanden Heuvel and Stephen F.
In 2017, the terrestrial, network program airs 28 hours a week on roughly 200 stations; it focusses on geopolitics, economics, war-fighting, history, hard sciences, literature, private space, whimsy, etc.
Historically, it carried nightly (Mon-Fri) the "Loftus Report" featuring the intelligence commentator John Loftus on current, war-related, open-source intelligence.
The Jerusalem Post has an audio archive of Batchelor and Alexander segments from 20 that deal with Israel and the Middle East.
To report on breaking news, Batchelor and a small staff have travelled domestically to hotspots, and to Israel, Jordan, Kazakhstan, France, Poland and Taiwan.