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    Book Discussion with Richard Seymour

    Blogger Richard Seymour talked about his book, Unhitched: The Trial of Christopher Hitchens. Mr. Seymour is the founder of the blog, Lenin’s Tomb, and the author of four…

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    Book Discussion with Max Hastings

    Book TV interviewed Max Hastings in London about his research and writings on both World War I and World War II.
    Max Hastings is the author of almost 20 books, including:
    America, 1968: The…

    1,406 views
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    Book Discussion with Karen Armstrong

    Karen Armstrong spoke about her transition from nun to author, the religions she has written about, and her charitable foundation. Ms. Armstrong is the author of more than 20…

    1,306 views
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    "Hanoi Hannah" on Vietnam

    Ngo Thi Trinh, who called herself “Hanoi Hannah,” when she broadcast radio programs in Vietnam during the Vietnam War, discussed her activities during the war and the present…

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    Book Discussion with Simon Sebag Montefiore

    Book TV’s Peter Slen interviewed Simon Sebag Montefiore in London about the history of Jerusalem, Joseph Stalin, and Mr Montefiore’s influential ancestors.
    Simon Sebag Montefiore…

    934 views
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    Patrol on the Afghanistan-Pakistan Border

    Freelance journalist Doug Grindle was embedded with a U.S. Army unit in the mountains of Khost Province in eastern Afghanistan. Soldiers from this unit patrol Afghanistan’s…

    886 views
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    Book Discussion with Paul Johnson

    Book TV’s Peter Slen interviewed Paul Johnson in London on Winston Churchill and contemporary politics.
    Paul Johnson is the author of more than 40 books, including biographies of Queen…

    886 views
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    On Patrol with U.S. Marines near Fallujah, Iraq

    Freelance journalist Doug Grindle was embedded with a group of U.S. Marines near the city of Fallujah, which lies about 30 miles west of Baghdad in Iraq’s Anbar Province. He…

    760 views
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    Book Discussion with Antony Beevor

    Peter Slen interviewed Antony Beevor in London about his research and writings on World War II.
    Antony Beevor has written 10 non-fiction books: The Spanish Civil War; Inside the British…

    688 views
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    British Education System

    Sir Malcolm Thornton, chairman of the British House of Commons' Select Committee on Education, described Great Britain’s education system. Although the overall education system…

    614 views
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    Tour of Soviet Supermarket, Soviet McDonalds

    During a recent trip to the Soviet Union, Mr. Lockman used an 8 mm video camera in order to capture ordinary life after the August 18, 1991 coup attempt. He discussed his trip and…

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    Raid on a Village with U.S. Army in Iraq

    Freelance journalist Doug Grindle was north of Tikrit, Iraq, during August 2007. He was embedded with soldiers of the 25th Infantry Division as they performed an early morning raid on a…

    565 views
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    Oxford University Campus Tour

    An Oxford University administrator described the architecture and notable scenery of the campus of Oxford University in Oxford, England. Rhodes scholars take classes at the university,…

    556 views
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    Book Discussion with Charles Emmerson

    Charles Emmerson talked about the similarities between the years 1913 and 2013 and the current and future status of the arctic.
    Charles Emmerson is the author of two books: 1913: In Search…

    548 views
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    U.S. Troops in Iraq

    Freelance journalist Doug Grindle was embedded with the U.S. Army National Guard, 147th Air Assault Battalion, in Iraq during the month of February 2008. He accompanied the 147th as they…

    479 views
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    Book Discussion with Cass Pennant

    Cass Pennant, a former European football “hooligan” who was imprisoned for football related violence, talked about his book, One-Eyed Baz: The Story of Barrington…

    476 views
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    Book Discussion with Hermione Lee

    Hermione Lee talked about the process of writing biographies and the lives of Virginia Woolf and Edith Wharton.
    Hermione Lee is the author of several non-fiction books, including:
    The Novels…

    470 views
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    Japanese Culture and Lifestyle

    Ms. Wotjean and Ms. Doi discussed the homogeneity of the Japanese people and contrasted it with the diversity of the United States, particularly in terms of values and the…

    467 views
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    Book Discussion with Claire Tomalin

    Peter Slen interviewed Claire Tomalin in London about feminist women throughout Britain’s history and notable Englishmen as well.
    Ms. Tomalin is the author of 10 non-fiction…

    445 views
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    Patrol in Nuristan Province, Afghanistan

    Freelance journalist Doug Grindle narrated the video he shot in Afghanistan. He accompanied soldiers of the U.S. Army 10th Mountain Division, 3-71 Cavalry to the Kunar and Nuristan…

    430 views
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