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Programs for CSPAN2HD on Monday, August 10, 2020
12:00 AM
After Words Zerlina Maxwell, The End of White Politics (Repeat) Interviews with some notable nonfiction authors gets displayed by legislators, journalists, public policy makers and others interested in their work.
1:00 AM
Book TV Jack Fairweather, The Volunteer (Repeat) Authors present the latest nonfiction works in the areas of politics, science, the arts and culture, with a focus on current affairs.
2:05 AM
Heather Lende, Of Bears and Ballots (Repeat) Heather Lende, the author who wrote "Of Bears and Ballots," details her experience entering into local politics in her hometown of Haines, Alaska. Heather Lende(Participant)
3:00 AM
After Words Zerlina Maxwell, The End of White Politics (Repeat) Interviews with some notable nonfiction authors gets displayed by legislators, journalists, public policy makers and others interested in their work.
4:00 AM
Ralph Reed, For God and Country (Repeat)
4:40 AM
Adam Goodman, The Deportation Machine (Repeat)
5:45 AM
Book TV Mario Livio, Galileo and the Science Deniers (Repeat) Authors present the latest nonfiction works in the areas of politics, science, the arts and culture, with a focus on current affairs.
6:50 AM
Author Discussion on Mary Washington (Repeat)
8:00 AM
The Communicators Is Big Tech Too Big? Sarah Miller of the American Economic Liberties Project and former Rep. Barbara Comstock debate whether technology companies are too big. Sarah Miller(Guest), Barbara Comstock(Guest), Peter Slen(Host)
8:41 AM
Former Education Secretary Duncan & Others Testify on Opening Schools (Repeat) Former Education Secretary Arne Duncan testifies with other education officials on the safety of opening schools during the coronavirus pandemic. Secretary of Education Arne Duncan(Participant)
10:49 AM
Transportation Department Confirmation Hearing (Repeat)
12:17 PM
Aspen Security Forum Discussion on Planning and Fighting Future Conflicts (Repeat) Christian Brose, a former staff director for the Senate Armed Services Committee, speaks about America's military power and planning for future conflicts. Christian Brose(Guest)
1:09 PM
Hearing on Energy Sector Cybersecurity (Repeat)
3:00 PM
U.S. Senate (New) At the U.S. Capitol, the elected officials of the U.S. Senate take part in votes, hearings and debates on behalf of the American people.
8:00 PM
The Communicators Is Big Tech Too Big? Sarah Miller of the American Economic Liberties Project and former Rep. Barbara Comstock debate whether technology companies are too big. Sarah Miller(Guest), Barbara Comstock(Guest), Peter Slen(Host)
8:39 PM
Masha Gessen, Surviving Autocracy (Repeat) Masha Gessen, New Yorker staff writer and author of "Surviving Autocracy," provides her take on life in the U.S. since the election of President Donald Trump. Masha Gessen(Guest)
9:37 PM
The Bubble That Never Pops (Repeat)
10:49 PM
Michael Auslin, Asia's New Geopolitics (Repeat)
11:54 PM
Book TV Books by Hoover Institution Fellows (Repeat) Authors present the latest nonfiction works in the areas of politics, science, the arts and culture, with a focus on current affairs.
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