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Programs for CSPAN2HD on Saturday, August 8, 2020
12:00 AM
Public Affairs Events (Repeat) Public affairs events, congressional hearings, speeches, and interviews are presented.
8:00 AM
Harlan Hill and Ryan Girdusky, They're Not Listening (Repeat) Political consultants Harlan Hill and Ryan James Girdusky offer their thoughts on the rise of nationalist populist movements in the United States and abroad. Harlan Hill(Participant), Ryan James Girdusky(Participant)
9:00 AM
In Depth Wes Moore (Repeat) Prominent writers discuss their entire bodies of work extensively and answer questions received from viewers via telephone and E-mail. Peter Slen(Host)
11:00 AM
John Yoo, Defender in Chief (Repeat) University of California, Berkeley law professor and former Deputy Assistant Attorney General John Yoo offers his thoughts on presidential powers. John Yoo(Participant)
12:00 PM
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)
1:30 PM
Book TV Jack Fairweather, The Volunteer (New) Authors present the latest nonfiction works in the areas of politics, science, the arts and culture, with a focus on current affairs.
2:35 PM
Book TV Source Booksellers 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.
2:50 PM
Melville Interview with Jenn Risko, John Mutter, and Bob Gray of Shelf Awareness (Repeat) Dennis Johnson, the co-publisher of Melville House, talks about the impact the coronavirus pandemic is having on the independent publishing industry. Dennis Johnson(Participant), Jenn Risko(Participant), John Mutter(Participant), Bob Gray(Participant)
3:30 PM
Sen. Joni Ernst R-IA, Daughter of the Heartland (Repeat) Sen. Joni Ernst (R-Iowa) talks about her childhood in Iowa, her military career, and her journey to become the first female veteran to serve as a U.S. senator. Joni Ernst(Participant)
4:10 PM
Walter Johnson, The Broken Heart of America (New) Walter Johnson, a Harvard University professor of African American studies, looks at race and class issues in America through the history of St. Louis. Walter Johnson(Participant)
5:00 PM
Chris Wallace, Countdown 1945 (New) 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)
5:50 PM
Heather Lende, Of Bears and Ballots 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)
6:45 PM
A.J. Baime, Dewey Defeats Truman (New) 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)
8:01 PM
Book TV Rosalynn Carter - Within Our Reach: Ending the Mental Health Crisis (Repeat) The author and former First Lady talks about the improvements in the U.S.' management of mental health issues that have taken place over the country's history. Rosalynn Carter(Guest)
8:21 PM
Book TV Barbara Bush, Reflections (Repeat) Authors present the latest nonfiction works in the areas of politics, science, the arts and culture, with a focus on current affairs.
9:01 PM
Booknotes Hillary Clinton, It Takes a Village Brian Lamb, the founder and CEO of C-SPAN, interviews authors of contemporary nonfiction books about their works, research, writing process and influences. Brian Lamb(Host)
9:59 PM
Book TV Laura Bush - Spoken from the Heart (Repeat) Authors present the latest nonfiction works in the areas of politics, science, the arts and culture, with a focus on current affairs.
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)
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