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Today (also referred to as The Today Show) is an American morning news and talk show airing every morning on NBC. Debuting on January 14, 1952, it was the first of its genre on American television. The show is also the third-longest running American television series. Originally a two-hour program on weekdays, it expanded to Sundays (currently one hour) in 1987 and Saturdays (two hours) in 1992. The weekday broadcast expanded to three hours in 2000, and a fourth hour launched in 2007.

Monday July 26 (7-9 a.m.): Ford Motor Company CEO Alan Mulally and the "Last Auto CEO Standing." Today's Consumer: Buy Now or Beware! 20th Anniversary of the American Disabilities Act: Where do we stand? Joe Bastianich dishes on his new show.

(9-10 a.m.): The science behind sweating. Pet-friendly hotels. "Today's Kitchen."

(10-11 a.m.): Apolo Ohno visits TODAY. How to discipline someone else's child. "Today's Buzz." Joy Fit Club. Steve Greenberg shows off summer gadgets.

Tuesday, July 27 (7-9 a.m.): Countdown to London 2012. Martha goes "Beyond Ice Cream." Zac Efron gives the scoop on his new movie, "Charlie St. Cloud." Carl Hiaasen discusses new book, "Star Island."

(9-10 a.m.): Diet S.O.S. How shoes shift your shape. "Today's Kitchen."

(10-11 a.m.): Matt Bomer from USA Network's "White Collar" visits TODAY. How to wear summer's hottest fashions. Beauty risk vs. reward. Capital Grille Cooking with Jim Nuetzi.

Wednesday, July 28 (7-9 a.m.): Working for a younger boss. Today's parenting: Can your baby read? Too hot to cook. "Today's pets."

(9-10 a.m.): Money 911. Color trends with Susanna Salk. "Today's Kitchen."

(10-11 a.m.): Executive Producer and actress America Ferrera discusses her new movie, "The Dry Land." How to outsmart clever retail strategies. "Who knew?" Bobbie Thomas shows off unusual fashion products. Lis Wiehl discusses new book, "Hand of Fate."

Thursday, July 29 (7-9 a.m.): "Thinspiration" with Dr. Nancy. Jenna Bush Hager tells story of "Today's Good News: Give Kids the World." The Australian wombat and other critters.

(9-10 a.m.): Daily Dose: Oral health. Natural cures you can trust. Budget Travel's "2010 Readers' Choice Awards." "Today's Kitchen."

(10-11 a.m.): Rob Schneider visits TODAY. Gluten-free baking with Candice Nelson. Flo Rida performs live.

Friday, July 30 (7-9 a.m.): Chelsea Clinton gets married tomorrow. Suze Orman visits TODAY. Carrie Underwood continues the Today Concert Series.

(9-10 a.m.): Are you a hypochondriac or are you really sick? The seven most misleading food labels.

(10-11 a.m.): Ambush makeovers. Outdoor essentials for your kids this weekend. Weekend movie preview.

Monday, August 2 (7-9 a.m.): Baby beauty queens. Will Ferrell and Mark Wahlberg give the scoop on their new movie, "The Other Guys." What the Yuck?

(9-10 a.m.): 12 secrets to staying young. How healthy is your ice cream?

(10-11 a.m.): Today's dos and donts. "Today's Buzz" with Andy Cohen. The cheater's diet.

Tuesday, August 3 (7-9 a.m.): Meet Josie: The Duggar family's 19th baby. "Today's Kitchen." Tony Dungy discusses his new book, "The Mentor Leader."

(9-10 a.m.): Diet S.O.S. What the yuck? 10 things you didn't know about shampoo. Dannielle Kyrillos of the Daily Candy shows off the best fall jewelry.

(10-11 a.m.): Weekend getaways from major cities. Water and Hydration: fact vs. fiction. Double duty cooking with twin brothers Fabrizio and Nicola Carro.

Wednesday, August 4 (7-9 a.m.): Love & marriage the second time around. The Great Typo Hunt: Two friends changing the world, one correction at a time. Today's cooking school with Nigella Lawson.

(9-10 a.m.): Money 911. Back to school gadgets. "Today's Kitchen": marinades.

(10-11 a.m.): Grown up's guide to birth control. "Who knew?" Psychologist Marcia Sherrill explains how to claim victory over divorce. Cooking with Nigella Lawson.

Thursday, August 5 (7-9 a.m.): Today's health with Dr. Nancy. Today's pets: Cancer dogs.

(9-10 a.m.): Daily Dose with Dr. Nancy. Jill's finds. Al's book club. "Today's Kitchen."

(10-11 a.m.): Money: Parents and college. Melina Bellows from National Geographic discusses, "NATGEO Amazing!"

Friday, August 6 (7-9 a.m.): Train continues the Today Concert Series.

(9-10 a.m.): "What you can get for" with Barbara Corcoran. Make over your sex drive.

(10-11 a.m.): They get paid for that: Waterslide Tester. Ambush makeovers. Learn how to calculate your emotional age. Lobster 411.

 


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