Here’s what is on tap for Friday:
"FOX & Friends First"
Starts at 6 a.m. ET
President Bush and Russian President Vladimir Putin (search) share some common ground at a meeting in Slovakia. But do their differences on the definition of democracy run deep? We'll ask David Satter, senior fellow at the Hudson Institute and author of "Age of Delirium."
Will Ayad Allawi's political gamble of forming a new secular coalition keep him in power as Iraq's prime minister? We'll get a read from Adnan Pachachi, former Iraqi foreign minister.
Plus, while America gears up for the glitz and glamour of the Academy Awards, a half-million teens across the country will make a sacrifice to help those less fortunate, as Debbie Diederich and Sandra Becerril of the World Vision 30 Hour Famine explain.
"FOX & Friends"
Starts at 7 a.m. ET
Pope John Paul II (search) is said to be recovering well from a successful tracheotomy. But does the future hold for the pontiff? We'll ask Raymond Flynn, author of "John Paul II: A Personal Portrait of the Pope and the Man," and former U.S. ambassador to the Vatican.
Plus, we'll get reaction to the pope's condition from Lindy Boggs, former U.S. ambassador to the Vatican and former Louisiana congresswoman.
President Bush's head-to-head meeting with Russian leader Putin eased tensions, but can we really trust the Russians as an ally and are they willing to work out diplomatic differences? We'll ask former Sen. George Mitchell, D-Maine.
Is NASA ready for a manned mission to space? We'll get a preview of this spring's scheduled space shuttle mission with astronaut Andy Thomas.
Martha Stewart wants to win back control of her company once she gets out of prison and the SEC is considering it. What does Wall Street think of her plan? We'll ask Stuart Varney, FOX News contributor and a regular on "The Cost of Freedom" business block.
We'll get a preview of this week's edition of "FOX News Sunday" with host Chris Wallace.
Plus, will it be John Paul, or Jerry? "The Bachelorette" joins us with the lowdown on her huge decision.
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