The White House jobs summit With the unemployment rate expected to stay above 10 percent well into next year, the Obama administration is holding a summit with economists and business leaders to discuss job creation.9:06 a.m.
Josh Bivens: Economist with the Economic Policy Institute. He contributed to EPI's "American Jobs Plan."
Russell Roberts: Professor of economics at George Mason University. He's the author of "The Invisible Heart: An Economic Romance" and "The Choice: A Fable of Free Trade and Protectionism".
Eamon Javers: Financial correspondent for Politico.
Holiday film preview NPR film critic Kenneth Turan fills us in on the offerings of this holiday movie season, from adaptations of classic children's books to vampire fiction, apocalyptic sci-fi, and a George Clooney box office triple threat.10:06 a.m.
Kenneth Turan: Film critic for the LA Times. His latest book is called "Free for All: Joe Papp, The Public, and the Greatest Theater Story Ever Told." His movie reviews can be heard on Morning Edition.
Books' digital future As more and more books are published every year, Harvard University's head librarian says the future for books and the publishing industry will be a digital one. The transition from print to computer will provide a test of how well we preserve our great works of literature.10:45 a.m.
Robert Darnton: Librarian at Harvard University and author of "The Case for Books."