Bruce Collins

Bruce Collins

The 'Bartimaeus Sequence' is a series of children's novels of alternate history, fantasy and magic. It was written by British writer Jonathan Stroud and consists of a trilogy published from 2003 to 2005 and a prequel novel published in 2010. The eponymous character, Bartimaeus, is a five-thousand-year-old djinni, a spirit of approximately mid-level power. Wikipedia*

On the C-SPAN Networks:
Bruce Collins has 709 videos in the C-SPAN Video Library; the first appearance was a 1982 Call-In as a Host for C-SPAN. The year with the most videos was 1993 with 149 videos as a Vice President for C-SPAN. The year with the highest average number of views per program was 1989 with an average of 1,474 views per program. Most appearances with Brian Lamb (13), Susan Swain (9), Peter H. Irons (6). Most common tags: Budget Reconciliation, Economic Stimulus Proposal (2/17-5/3/93), Supreme Court Issues.

Appearances by Title:c. July 24, 1998 - Present General Counsel, C-SPAN Videos: 27 c. August 19, 1983 - Present Host, C-SPAN Videos: 244

Previously

Vice President, C-SPAN c. December 30, 1983 - c. July 24, 1998 Videos: 425

Recent Appearances

  • Television and the Judicial System

    Television and the Judicial System

    Panelists spoke to students about the impact of television cameras in the courtroom. They also talked about potential…

  • Writings of Kirk and Buckley

    Writings of Kirk and Buckley

    Set in Dutch Barn Library at Russell Kirk Center, the guests talked about the history of the modern conservative political movement in…

  • William F. Buckley, Jr. Interview

    William F. Buckley, Jr. Interview

    In an excerpt from the American Writers program, “Writings of Kirk and Buckley,” William F. Buckley, Jr. was interviewed at…

  • America and the Courts

    America and the Courts

    America and the Courts has two parts. Assistant Attorney General Dinh talks about the federal judicial selection process and the role of…

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* The first paragraph of this page uses material from the Wikipedia article 'Bartimaeus Sequence', which is released under the Creative Commons Attribution-Share-Alike License 3.0. Footnotes and parentheticals have been removed.