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Programs for CSPAN2HD on Monday, January 20, 2020
12:00 AM
After Words Rana Foroohar, Don't Be Evil (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 Karen Sherman, Brick by Brick (New) Authors present the latest nonfiction works in the areas of politics, science, the arts and culture, with a focus on current affairs.
2:00 AM
Washington Journal Doug Wead, Inside Trump's White House Journalists and public policy makers gather to discuss the key events and legislation making the headlines to discuss how they feel about the situation. Steve Scully(Host)
3:00 AM
After Words Rana Foroohar, Don't Be Evil (Repeat) Interviews with some notable nonfiction authors gets displayed by legislators, journalists, public policy makers and others interested in their work.
4:00 AM
Washington Journal Craig Shirley, Mary Ball Washington Journalists and public policy makers gather to discuss the key events and legislation making the headlines to discuss how they feel about the situation. Steve Scully(Host)
4:55 AM
Book TV Clifford Thompson, What It Is (Repeat) Authors present the latest nonfiction works in the areas of politics, science, the arts and culture, with a focus on current affairs.
6:00 AM
Book TV John Browne, Make, Think, Imagine (Repeat) Authors present the latest nonfiction works in the areas of politics, science, the arts and culture, with a focus on current affairs.
7:15 AM
Rick Atkinson, The British Are Coming and Brenda Wineapple, The Impeachers
8:00 AM
The Communicators Rep. Abigail Spanberger D-VA Rep. Abigail Spanberger (D-Va.) asserts that the United States has a need for a security strategy now that companies are implementing 5G. Peter Slen(Host), Abigail Spanberger(Participant)
8:30 AM
Book TV Books by the 2020 Democratic Presidential Candidates (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 AM
Book TV Jackie Gingrich Cushman, Our Broken America (Repeat) Authors present the latest nonfiction works in the areas of politics, science, the arts and culture, with a focus on current affairs.
11:00 AM
Book TV Lawrence Lessig, They Don't Represent Us (Repeat) Authors present the latest nonfiction works in the areas of politics, science, the arts and culture, with a focus on current affairs.
12:00 PM
Book TV Call-in with Patrick Deneen, Why Liberalism Failed (Repeat) Authors present the latest nonfiction works in the areas of politics, science, the arts and culture, with a focus on current affairs.
12:40 PM
Book TV Holly Jackson, American Radicals (Repeat) Authors present the latest nonfiction works in the areas of politics, science, the arts and culture, with a focus on current affairs.
1:30 PM
Book TV Darryl Pinckney, Busted in New York and Other Essays (Repeat) Authors present the latest nonfiction works in the areas of politics, science, the arts and culture, with a focus on current affairs.
2:30 PM
Washington Journal Salena Zito, The Great Revolt Journalists and public policy makers gather to discuss the key events and legislation making the headlines to discuss how they feel about the situation. Steve Scully(Host)
3:20 PM
Book TV Erica Armstrong Dunbar, She Came to Slay (Repeat) Authors present the latest nonfiction works in the areas of politics, science, the arts and culture, with a focus on current affairs.
4:15 PM
Book TV Michael Kearns & Aaron Roth, The Ethical Algorithm (Repeat) Authors present the latest nonfiction works in the areas of politics, science, the arts and culture, with a focus on current affairs.
5:50 PM
Book TV Charles Barber, Citizen Outlaw (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
Book TV Mikhal Dekel, Tehran Children (Repeat) Authors present the latest nonfiction works in the areas of politics, science, the arts and culture, with a focus on current affairs.
7:48 PM
Book TV Mike Purdy, 101 Presidential Insults (Repeat) Authors present the latest nonfiction works in the areas of politics, science, the arts and culture, with a focus on current affairs.
8:00 PM
The Communicators Rep. Abigail Spanberger D-VA Rep. Abigail Spanberger (D-Va.) asserts that the United States has a need for a security strategy now that companies are implementing 5G. Peter Slen(Host), Abigail Spanberger(Participant)
8:30 PM
History Bookshelf Gary Younge, The Speech Political-science professor Jeanne Theoharis welcomes author Gary Younge, who discusses Martin Luther King Jr.'s famed "I Have A Dream" speech.
9:58 PM
After Words AW Cornel West, Editor, The Radical King (Repeat) Interviews with some notable nonfiction authors gets displayed by legislators, journalists, public policy makers and others interested in their work.
10:56 PM
Book TV Joseph Rosenbloom, Redemption (Repeat) The Boston Public Library hosts journalist Joseph Rosenbloom, who provides a recount of the last 31 hours of the life of Martin Luther King Jr. Renee Graham(Guest), Joseph Rosenbloom(Guest), Emily Todd(Guest)
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