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Programs for CSPAN2HD on Saturday, April 4, 2020
11:41 PM
Book TV Pamela Paul, How to Raise a Reader (Repeat) Authors present the latest nonfiction works in the areas of politics, science, the arts and culture, with a focus on current affairs.
12:37 AM
Book TV Maryanne Wolf, Reader, Come Home (Repeat) Author Maryanne Wolf discusses the ways that the human brain processes reading information in physical print as opposed to seeing things on digital mediums. Deborah Dumaine(Guest), Clare O'Keeffe(Guest), Maryanne Wolf(Guest)
1:35 AM
Book TV James Mustich, 1,000 Books to Read Before You Die (Repeat) Publisher James Mustich discusses his list of books that a person should read within their lifetime, including works by Alice Walker and Cormac McCarthy. James Mustich(Guest)
2:35 AM
Book TV Karen Swallow Prior, On Reading Well (Repeat) The Conservative Women's Network hosts Liberty University English professor Karen Prior, who details the value in people reading great works of literature. Michelle Easton(Guest), Karen Swallow Prior(Guest), Bridget Weisenburger(Guest)
3:23 AM
Book TV Pamela Paul, How to Raise a Reader (Repeat) Authors present the latest nonfiction works in the areas of politics, science, the arts and culture, with a focus on current affairs.
4:18 AM
Book TV Pamela Paul, How to Raise a Reader (Repeat) Authors present the latest nonfiction works in the areas of politics, science, the arts and culture, with a focus on current affairs.
5:15 AM
Book TV James Mustich, 1,000 Books to Read Before You Die (Repeat) Publisher James Mustich discusses his list of books that a person should read within their lifetime, including works by Alice Walker and Cormac McCarthy. James Mustich(Guest)
6:14 AM
Book TV Karen Swallow Prior, On Reading Well (Repeat) The Conservative Women's Network hosts Liberty University English professor Karen Prior, who details the value in people reading great works of literature. Michelle Easton(Guest), Karen Swallow Prior(Guest), Bridget Weisenburger(Guest)
7:03 AM
Book TV Maryanne Wolf, Reader, Come Home (Repeat) Author Maryanne Wolf discusses the ways that the human brain processes reading information in physical print as opposed to seeing things on digital mediums. Deborah Dumaine(Guest), Clare O'Keeffe(Guest), Maryanne Wolf(Guest)
8:00 AM
Book TV LeeAnna Keith, When It Was Grand (Repeat) Authors present the latest nonfiction works in the areas of politics, science, the arts and culture, with a focus on current affairs.
9:00 AM
Robert Plumb, The Better Angels
9:45 AM
Book TV Samuel Woolley, The Reality Game (Repeat) Authors present the latest nonfiction works in the areas of politics, science, the arts and culture, with a focus on current affairs.
10:30 AM
Book TV Joanne McNeil, Lurking (Repeat) Authors present the latest nonfiction works in the areas of politics, science, the arts and culture, with a focus on current affairs.
11:10 AM
Book TV Michael Strain, The American Dream is Not Dead (Repeat) Authors present the latest nonfiction works in the areas of politics, science, the arts and culture, with a focus on current affairs.
12:10 PM
Book TV Rahm Emanuel, The Nation City (Repeat) Authors present the latest nonfiction works in the areas of politics, science, the arts and culture, with a focus on current affairs.
1:15 PM
Book TV Amy Teitel, Fighting for Space (Repeat) Authors present the latest nonfiction works in the areas of politics, science, the arts and culture, with a focus on current affairs.
1:55 PM
Book TV Dennis Baron, What's Your Pronoun? (Repeat) Authors present the latest nonfiction works in the areas of politics, science, the arts and culture, with a focus on current affairs.
3:00 PM
Book TV Yuval Levin, A Time to Build (Repeat) Authors present the latest nonfiction works in the areas of politics, science, the arts and culture, with a focus on current affairs.
4:00 PM
Book TV Layla Saad, Me and White Supremacy (Repeat) Authors present the latest nonfiction works in the areas of politics, science, the arts and culture, with a focus on current affairs.
5:00 PM
Book TV Tim Harford, Fifty Inventions That Shaped the Modern Economy (Repeat) Authors present the latest nonfiction works in the areas of politics, science, the arts and culture, with a focus on current affairs.
5:45 PM
Book TV Brian Fitzpatrick, The Conservative Case for Class Actions (Repeat) Authors present the latest nonfiction works in the areas of politics, science, the arts and culture, with a focus on current affairs.
7:00 PM
John Tierney, The Power of Bad
7:50 PM
Kenneth Walsh, Presidential Leadership in Crisis
9:00 PM
Book TV Adam Hochschild, Rebel Cinderella (Repeat) Authors present the latest nonfiction works in the areas of politics, science, the arts and culture, with a focus on current affairs.
10:00 PM
After Words Jonathan Karl, Front Row at the Trump Show (Repeat) Interviews with some notable nonfiction authors gets displayed by legislators, journalists, public policy makers and others interested in their work.
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