Tuesday, June 8: Style and Substance

Economic Summit: President Bush begins a series of meetings with world leaders in Georgia. The official reason for the gathering is the G8 summit, which technically starts tomorrow. But the president is also taking this opportunity to discuss Iraq with members of the United Nations Security Council. What will be the tone of those discussions? Mansoor Ijaz, Fox News foreign affairs analyst, weighs in.

Paying Respects: We’ll take you live to the Reagan Presidential Library where thousands of Americans are waiting as long as eight hours to get the chance to pay their respects to the former president.

A Life in Letters: Some of Reagan’s harshest critics claim that he wasn't smart and didn't think up the expansive policies he put in place. But Martin Anderson, Reagan administration policy adviser, and Annelise Anderson, former associate director of the Office of Management and Budget under Reagan, claim that those critics are dead wrong.

Style and Substance: Reagan was known as ”The Great Communicator,” with an ability to reach out and touch voters of all political stripes. But was he a natural politician, or did he have to work at it? We’ll ask Time magazine’s Hugh Sidey, a man who has covered presidents since Eisenhower.

Plus, we’ll get the latest on Scott Peterson’s double murder trial from Bill Fazio, former San Francisco prosecutor, and Anthony Salerno, Los Angeles criminal defense attorney.

Those stories and the latest editions of Only on Fox and Stupid Criminals on today's edition of "DaySide with Linda Vester."

About the Show:

DaySide with Linda Vester, FOX News Channel's brand new daytime talk show, takes you beyond the headlines for a closer look at the stories that newsmakers and your neighbors are talking about.

To be part of the LIVE studio audience click here or please call: 1-887-FOX-TKTS (1-877-369-8587).

Plus, we want your feedback: Send your comments to dayside@foxnews.com.

DaySide with Linda Vester airs weekdays at 1 p.m. ET. You won't want to miss it!