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Programs for CSPAN2HD on Sunday, August 9, 2020
11:13 PM
Book TV Michelle Obama, Becoming (Repeat) Oprah Winfrey welcomes former First Lady Michelle Obama, who engage in a discussion regarding her memoir "Becoming," which offers personal reflections. Michelle Obama(Guest), Oprah Winfrey(Guest)
12:20 AM
Book TV Sonia Shah, The Next Migration (New) Authors present the latest nonfiction works in the areas of politics, science, the arts and culture, with a focus on current affairs.
1:15 AM
Book TV Books & Books Bookstore on the Continued Impact of COVID-19 (New) Authors present the latest nonfiction works in the areas of politics, science, the arts and culture, with a focus on current affairs.
1:30 AM
Author Discussion on Race and Technology (Repeat) Professors Ruha Benjamin and Dorothy Roberts offer their thoughts on how some new technologies are reinforcing racial discrimination. Ruha Benjamin(Participant), Dorothy Roberts(Participant)
2:30 AM
Jacob Soboroff, Separated (Repeat) NBC and MSNBC correspondent Jacob Soboroff, author of "Separated," discusses the U.S. child separation policy and his firsthand coverage of the issue. Jacob Soboroff(Participant)
3:25 AM
Nikita Stewart, Troop 6000 (Repeat) New York Times journalist Nikita Stewart reports on Girl Scouts Troop 6000, an initiative started for girls in the New York City shelter system. Nikita Stewart(Participant)
4:15 AM
Mark Blyth, Angrynomics (Repeat) Brown University economics professor Mark Blyth explains why improvements to the economy are accompanied by increases in stress, anxiety and anger. Mark Blyth(Participant)
5:15 AM
Book TV Kate Greene, Once Upon a Time I Lived on Mars (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 AM
Book TV William Davidow & Michael Malone, The Autonomous Revolution (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
David Shimer, Rigged (Repeat) Joined by former CIA director John Brennan, Yale University associate fellow David Shimer discusses foreign interference in U.S. elections. John Brennan(Guest), David Shimer(Guest)
8:00 AM
Saikrishna Prakash, The Living Presidency (Repeat) In a program sponsored by the CATO Institute, University of Virginia law professor Saikrishna Prakash argues against the expansion of presidential powers. Saikrishna Prakash(Guest)
9:00 AM
A.J. Baime, Dewey Defeats Truman (Repeat) In a virtual event hosted by the Commonwealth Club of California, historian and author A.J. Baime recounts the 1948 presidential election. A.J. Baime(Participant)
10:15 AM
Lisa Napoli, Up All Night (Repeat) Author and journalist Lisa Napoli chronicles the history of cable news and the rise of the 24-hour news cycle in an event hosted by the Atlanta History Center. Lisa Napoli(Guest)
11:05 AM
Julian Zelizer, Burning Down the House (Repeat) History professor Julian Zelizer argues that the leadership of former House Speaker Newt Gingrich was the beginning of America's hyper-partisan divide. Julian Zelizer(Guest)
12:00 PM
After Words Michael Shellenberger, Apocalypse Never (Repeat) Interviews with some notable nonfiction authors gets displayed by legislators, journalists, public policy makers and others interested in their work.
1:00 PM
Book TV Sonia Shah, The Next Migration (Repeat) Authors present the latest nonfiction works in the areas of politics, science, the arts and culture, with a focus on current affairs.
2:00 PM
Book TV Books & Books Bookstore on the Continued Impact of COVID-19 (Repeat) Authors present the latest nonfiction works in the areas of politics, science, the arts and culture, with a focus on current affairs.
2:15 PM
Book TV Howard Blum, Night of the Assassins (Repeat) Authors present the latest nonfiction works in the areas of politics, science, the arts and culture, with a focus on current affairs.
2:50 PM
Justin Tosi and Brandon Warmke, Grandstanding (Repeat) Justin Tosi and Brandon Warmke, philosophy professors and co-authors of "Grandstanding," examine the impact of grandstanding in political discourse. Justin Tosi(Guest), Brandon Warmke(Guest)
3:50 PM
Book TV Tiffany Cross, Say It Louder (New) 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
David Horowitz, Blitz (Repeat) In an event hosted by the David Horowitz Freedom Center, writer David Horowitz offers his thoughts on how President Donald Trump can win reelection in 2020. David Horowitz(Guest)
6:00 PM
In Depth Colson Whitehead (Repeat) Pulitzer Prize-winning author Colson Whitehead provides an in-depth discussion regarding the creations of his award-winning works of fiction. Colson Whitehead(Guest), Peter Slen(Host)
9:00 PM
After Words Zerlina Maxwell, The End of White Politics (New) Interviews with some notable nonfiction authors gets displayed by legislators, journalists, public policy makers and others interested in their work.
10:00 PM
Chris Wallace, Countdown 1945 (Repeat) Fox News anchor Chris Wallace chronicles the lead-up to the bombing of Hiroshima in an event hosted by the Ronald Reagan Presidential Library. Chris Wallace(Participant)
10:45 PM
Gov. Larry Hogan R-MD, Still Standing (New) Maryland Gov. Larry Hogan (R), author of "Still Standing," talks about his life and career in a virtual event hosted by the Ronald Reagan Presidential Library. Larry Hogan (R)(Guest)
11:40 PM
Book TV Source Booksellers on the Continued Impact of COVID-19 (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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