C-SPAN Schedule

< Saturday, February 10 >

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12:00 AM EST Approx. 6 hr. 59 min. Public Affairs Events Public affairs events, congressional hearings, speeches, and interviews. Public affairs events, congressional hearings, speeches, and interviews. 12:00 AM EST Approx. 6 hr. 40 min. Public Affairs Events Public affairs events, congressional hearings, speeches, and interviews. Public affairs events, congressional hearings, speeches, and interviews. 2:00 AM EST Approx. 4 hr. 12 min. Public Affairs Events Public affairs events, congressional hearings, speeches, and interviews. Public affairs events, congressional hearings, speeches, and interviews.
6:59 AM EST Approx. 3 hr. 3 min. LIVE Washington Journal 02/10/2018 6:40 AM EST Approx. 1 hr. 21 min. Combating Sexual Harassment Activists and academics discussed the role men can play in the #MeToo Movement and how they can ... Activists and academics discussed the role men can play in the #MeToo Movement and how they can engage men in a conversation about changing behavior that leads to sexual harassment and assault. This event was organized by New America, Promundo & Vital Voices Global Partnership. 6:12 AM EST Approx. 1 hr. 25 min. British Committee Hearing on Fake News, News Organizations Panel Representatives from news organizations closed out a day-long session before a British committee ... Representatives from news organizations closed out a day-long session before a British committee examining "fake news" and the spread of misinformation. The event was hosted by George Washington University and the British Digital, Culture, Media and Sport committee. This was the first time a House of Commons committee broadcast a live session outside of the U.K.
10:02 AM EST Approx. 1 hr. 32 min. President Trump Attends National Prayer Breakfast President Trump joined lawmakers, religious leaders and others for the National Prayer Breakfast ... President Trump joined lawmakers, religious leaders and others for the National Prayer Breakfast in Washington, DC. Rep. Steve Scalise (R-LA) spoke about the role his faith played on the day he was shot while practicing for the annual congressional baseball game. 8:01 AM EST Approx. 59 min. Orly Lobel, You Don't Own Me University of San Diego law professor Orly Lobel examined the arguments over creativity and ... University of San Diego law professor Orly Lobel examined the arguments over creativity and intellectual property. 7:37 AM EST Approx. 23 min. Deputy Attorney General Rod Rosenstein Deputy Attorney General Rod Rosenstein sat down with Axios Technolgoy Editor Kim Hart to discuss ... Deputy Attorney General Rod Rosenstein sat down with Axios Technolgoy Editor Kim Hart to discuss the Justice Department's efforts in data and tech policy as well as cybersecurity. Mr. Rosenstein did not get any questions about the news of FBI Deputy Director McCabe's resignation, which occurred earlier that day. His comments were part of the annual "State of the Net" conference in Washington, DC.
11:34 AM EST Approx. 1 hr. 50 min. Homeland Security Department Reauthorization The Senate Homeland Security and Governmental Affairs Committee heard from Homeland Security ... The Senate Homeland Security and Governmental Affairs Committee heard from Homeland Security officials about reauthorizing their department and what they are doing to combat threats to the U.S. The officials answered questions about internal operations, efforts to improve efficiencies, and what the various agencies within the department were doing to better cooperate and share information with each other and groups across the federal government. 9:00 AM EST Approx. 3 hr. In Depth Colson Whitehead We continued our 2018 Fiction Edition of In Depth with Colson Whitehead, author of the Pulitzer ... We continued our 2018 Fiction Edition of In Depth with Colson Whitehead, author of the Pulitzer Prize and National Book Award-winning novel, "The Underground Railroad." His other works of fiction include "The Intuitionist" and "Sag Harbor." 8:00 AM EST Approx. 59 min. The Presidency Nixon & Brezhnev This program focused on what motivated President Richard Nixon and Soviet Premier Leonid Brezhnev ... This program focused on what motivated President Richard Nixon and Soviet Premier Leonid Brezhnev during the period known as D├ętente. It was part of a conference convened by the University of Virginia's Miller Center to look at the complicated history between U.S. and Russian leaders over the last century. The discussions included assessments of Franklin D. Roosevelt, JFK, George H.W. Bush and Bill Clinton -- as well as their Russian counterparts.
1:24 PM EST Approx. 1 hr. 36 min. Defense Secretary Mattis on National Defense Strategy & Nuclear Posture The House Armed Services Committee held a hearing in which Defense Secretary James Mattis and ... The House Armed Services Committee held a hearing in which Defense Secretary James Mattis and Joint Chiefs of Staff Vice Chair, Gen. Paul Selva, testified on the Pentagon's national defense strategy and the 2018 nuclear posture review. Sec. Mattis stressed the need for "stable, predictable" funding in order for the military to be fully trained, equipped and ready for future threats, as opposed to the series of continuing resolutions that have kept the Defense Department funded for the last decade. The committee recessed their open session for votes, and Chairman Mac Thornberry (R-TX) said upon their return from the House floor, the hearing would continue in closed session. 12:00 PM EST Approx. 1 hr. Author Discussion on Political Candidates & Elections A discussion on political candidates and elections from the 2018 Rancho Mirage Writers Festival in ... A discussion on political candidates and elections from the 2018 Rancho Mirage Writers Festival in California, with Karl Rove, Susan Eisenhower, and Tim Miller, former communications director for Jeb Bush 2016. 8:59 AM EST Approx. 48 min. LIVE The Bible and the Founding of America The Museum of the Bible in Washington, DC hosts a symposium exploring the Bible's influence on the ... The Museum of the Bible in Washington, DC hosts a symposium exploring the Bible's influence on the American Revolution and the founding of the United States.
3:00 PM EST Approx. 36 min. U.S. House of Representatives Rep. Pelosi on Immigration Policy Minority Leader Nancy Pelosi came to the floor to use her unlimited leader time to discuss ... Minority Leader Nancy Pelosi came to the floor to use her unlimited leader time to discuss immigration policy in light of the negotiations that are ongoing. 1:00 PM EST Approx. 1 hr. 15 min. Vicente Fox, Let's Move On Former Mexican president Vicente Fox provided a critique of the Trump administration. Former Mexican president Vicente Fox provided a critique of the Trump administration. 9:47 AM EST Approx. 12 min. California Missions and Father Junipero Serra Ruben Mendoza gave a tour of the Carmel Mission and talked about Father Junipero Serra, a Spanish ... Ruben Mendoza gave a tour of the Carmel Mission and talked about Father Junipero Serra, a Spanish priest of the Franciscan Order who founded the first nine missions in Spanish California. The missions were primarily designed to bring the Catholic faith to the indigenous community, but some argue they were used to suppress the native culture.
3:36 PM EST Approx. 7 min. On The Phone with S.A. Miller Washington Times reporter S.A. Miller previewed the upcoming Senate debate on immigration and ... Washington Times reporter S.A. Miller previewed the upcoming Senate debate on immigration and border security. 2:15 PM EST Approx. 55 min. Kimberly Mehlman-Orozco, Hidden in Plain Sight George Mason University Professor Kimberly Mehlman-Orozco examined human trafficking in the U.S. George Mason University Professor Kimberly Mehlman-Orozco examined human trafficking in the U.S. 9:59 AM EST Approx. 48 min. LIVE The Bible and the Founding of America The Museum of the Bible in Washington, DC hosts a symposium exploring the Bible's influence on the ... The Museum of the Bible in Washington, DC hosts a symposium exploring the Bible's influence on the American Revolution and the founding of the United States.
3:43 PM EST Approx. 1 hr. 35 min. British Committee Hearing on Fake News, Facebook Panel Officials from Facebook testified at a hearing before the British Digital, Culture, Media & Sport ... Officials from Facebook testified at a hearing before the British Digital, Culture, Media & Sport Committee. The committee traveled to the U.S. to host a day-long session on "fake news" at George Washington University. 3:10 PM EST Approx. 1 hr. 5 min. Lance Izumi, The Corrupt Classroom Pacific Research Institute fellow Lance Izumi argued that parents should have the right to opt out ... Pacific Research Institute fellow Lance Izumi argued that parents should have the right to opt out of the public school system. 10:47 AM EST Approx. 11 min. Washington Crossing the Delaware General George Washington and over 2,000 of his troops crossed the Delaware River on a snowy ... General George Washington and over 2,000 of his troops crossed the Delaware River on a snowy Christmas night in 1776. Washington Crossing State Park Historian Clay Craighead describes the harrowing experience that began Washington's surprise assault on Trenton.
5:18 PM EST Approx. 1 hr. British Committee Hearing on Fake News, Academia Panel A panel of academic & media researchers testifed before a British committee examining "fake news" ... A panel of academic & media researchers testifed before a British committee examining "fake news" and the spread of misinformation across media platforms. The discussion was the second half of a day-long session hosted by George Washington University and the British Digital, Culture, Media and Sport committee. This was the first time a House of Commons committee broadcast a live session outside of the U.K. 4:15 PM EST Approx. 2 hr. 10 min. April Ryan, Authors on Race in America April Ryan, author and Washington Bureau Chief for American Urban Radio Networks, moderated a ... April Ryan, author and Washington Bureau Chief for American Urban Radio Networks, moderated a panel discussion on race in America. 10:58 AM EST Approx. 48 min. LIVE The Bible and the Founding of America The Museum of the Bible in Washington, DC hosts a symposium exploring the Bible's influence on the ... The Museum of the Bible in Washington, DC hosts a symposium exploring the Bible's influence on the American Revolution and the founding of the United States.
6:18 PM EST Approx. 6 min. On The Phone with S.A. Miller Washington Times reporter S.A. Miller previewed the upcoming Senate debate on immigration and ... Washington Times reporter S.A. Miller previewed the upcoming Senate debate on immigration and border security. 6:25 PM EST Approx. 1 hr. 5 min. Max Boot, The Road Not Taken Military historian Max Boot examined the impact that CIA officer Edward Lansdale had on American ... Military historian Max Boot examined the impact that CIA officer Edward Lansdale had on American foreign policy and counterinsurgency tactics during the Vietnam War and in later military efforts. Mr. Boot was joined in conversation by Gen. David Petraeus (Ret.). 11:46 AM EST Approx. 39 min. American Artifacts St. John's Church, the Church of the Presidents St. John's Church on Lafayette Square near the White House was designed by U.S. Capitol architect ... St. John's Church on Lafayette Square near the White House was designed by U.S. Capitol architect Benjamin Latrobe and opened in 1816. St. John's is known as the "Church of the Presidents," because every president since James Madison has attended at least one service there. Historian and church member Richard Grimmett gave American History TV a tour of the national historic landmark.
6:24 PM EST Approx. 6 min. Democratic Weekly Address Congressman Peter DeFazio of Oregon delivered the Democratic Weekly Address, giving his reaction ... Congressman Peter DeFazio of Oregon delivered the Democratic Weekly Address, giving his reaction to President Trump's infrastructure propsal. 7:30 PM EST Approx. 1 hr. Laura Wides-Munoz, The Making of a Dream Laura Wides-Munoz talked about U.S. immigration policy and profiled several DACA recipients. Laura Wides-Munoz talked about U.S. immigration policy and profiled several DACA recipients. 12:25 PM EST Approx. 29 min. American Artifacts Jefferson's Bible
6:30 PM EST Approx. 59 min. The Communicators CES 2018 Technology Show Part 3 The Communicators airs interviews from CES - the 2018 technology show held in January in Las Vegas ... The Communicators airs interviews from CES - the 2018 technology show held in January in Las Vegas -- focused on artificial intelligence. We talked with Deepu Talla from NVIDIA, Andrew Shuman from Microsoft, and Adelyn Zhou of TOPBOTS. This is Part 3 of C-SPAN's series on new technology shown and talked about at CES. 8:30 PM EST Approx. 1 hr. 30 min. Steven Levitsky and Daniel Ziblatt, How Democracies Die Harvard professors Steve Levitsky and Daniel Ziblatt examined the causes that lead to breakdowns ... Harvard professors Steve Levitsky and Daniel Ziblatt examined the causes that lead to breakdowns in democracies around the world. 12:54 PM EST Approx. 29 min. American Artifacts Arch Street Meeting House
7:29 PM EST Approx. 31 min. Washington Journal Nicholas Kralev Author Nicholas Kralev discussed possible diplomatic efforts with North Korea at the Olympics. Author Nicholas Kralev discussed possible diplomatic efforts with North Korea at the Olympics. 10:00 PM EST Approx. 1 hr. After Words Patrisse Khan-Cullors, When They Call You a Terrorist Black Lives Matter co-founder Patrisse Khan-Cullors discussed her life, activism, and the ... Black Lives Matter co-founder Patrisse Khan-Cullors discussed her life, activism, and the beginnings of the Black Lives Matter movement. 1:23 PM EST Approx. 7 min. It Happened in Wisconsin-Marian Apparition Site Michael Bie, author of "It Happened in Wisconsin," a book about historical people and events in ... Michael Bie, author of "It Happened in Wisconsin," a book about historical people and events in the state, talked about the only site in the United States recognized by the Catholic Church as a Marian apparition site and the miracles some say have happened there.
8:00 PM EST Approx. 1 hr. 39 min. Homeland Security Chair McCaul on State of National Security House Homeland Security Chair Michael McCaul (R-TX) delivered an address on national security at ... House Homeland Security Chair Michael McCaul (R-TX) delivered an address on national security at George Washington University. He spoke about ongoing efforts to strengthen U.S. border and airport security, as well as the need to increase cybersecurity and counterterrorism campaigns around the globe. After Chairman McCaul spoke and answered questions, three Republican members from his committee-John Katko of New York, Will Hurd of Texas, and Mike Gallagher of Wisconsin-participated in a panel discussion about the issues he addressed. 11:00 PM EST Approx. 1 hr. Catherine Kerrison, Jefferson's Daughters Villanova University history professor, Catherine Kerrison, explored the lives of Thomas ... Villanova University history professor, Catherine Kerrison, explored the lives of Thomas Jefferson's daughters, Martha and Maria Jefferson, as well as Harriet Hemings, born into slavery at Jefferson's Monticello and believed to be the child of Thomas Jefferson and Sally Hemings. 1:30 PM EST Approx. 1 hr. 2 min. LIVE The Bible and the Founding of America The Museum of the Bible in Washington, DC hosts a symposium exploring the Bible's influence on the ... The Museum of the Bible in Washington, DC hosts a symposium exploring the Bible's influence on the American Revolution and the founding of the United States.
9:39 PM EST Approx. 1 hr. 25 min. Hillary Clinton on Women & Human Rights Hillary Clinton joined Georgetown University to honor three women working to advance human and ... Hillary Clinton joined Georgetown University to honor three women working to advance human and women's rights. Mrs. Clinton spoke about the need and the importance of women and girls working within their communities to fight for these rights. The three honorees included a journalist, a victim of ISIS and a former political prisoner in Myanmar (Burma). 12:00 AM EST Approx. 45 min. James O'Keefe, American Pravda Book Party Project Veritas founder, James O'Keefe, talks to guests and discusses his book, "American Pravda." ... Project Veritas founder, James O'Keefe, talks to guests and discusses his book, "American Pravda." Author and columnist, Michelle Malkin, introduces Mr. O'Keefe. 2:32 PM EST Approx. 56 min. James F. Byrnes & FDR University of Virginia politics professor Sidney Milkis lectures on James F. Byrnes, who served in ... University of Virginia politics professor Sidney Milkis lectures on James F. Byrnes, who served in the U.S. House and Senate, as a Supreme Court Justice and in the Franklin D. Roosevelt administration. He explains how Byrnes, in the 1930s and '40s, was a key figure in the implementation of the New Deal and the management of the wartime economy. Mr. Milkis describes the relationship between FDR and Byrnes and how their work shaped the United States in a time of great uncertainty. Supreme Court Justice Stephen Breyer introduces the speaker. The Supreme Court Historical Society hosted the event in the Supreme Court chamber.
11:04 PM EST Approx. 1 hr. 40 min. Homeland Security Chair McCaul on State of National Security House Homeland Security Chair Michael McCaul (R-TX) delivered an address on national security at ... House Homeland Security Chair Michael McCaul (R-TX) delivered an address on national security at George Washington University. He spoke about ongoing efforts to strengthen U.S. border and airport security, as well as the need to increase cybersecurity and counterterrorism campaigns around the globe. After Chairman McCaul spoke and answered questions, three Republican members from his committee-John Katko of New York, Will Hurd of Texas, and Mike Gallagher of Wisconsin-participated in a panel discussion about the issues he addressed. 12:45 AM EST Approx. 1 hr. Rachel Herz, Why You Eat What You Eat Rachel Herz reported on the science and psychology behind eating. Rachel Herz reported on the science and psychology behind eating. 3:28 PM EST Approx. 32 min. Reel America Island of Hope, Island of Tears - 1989 "Island of Hope, Island of Tears" is a 1989 documentary that screens every 30 minutes at Ellis ... "Island of Hope, Island of Tears" is a 1989 documentary that screens every 30 minutes at Ellis Island National Museum of Immigration. Commissioned by the National Park Service, directed by Charles Guggenheim and narrated by actor Gene Hackman, the Academy Award-winning film explores how and why millions of immigrants traveled to America and passed by the Statue of Liberty and through Ellis Island.
12:44 AM EST Approx. 1 hr. 25 min. Hillary Clinton on Women & Human Rights Hillary Clinton joined Georgetown University to honor three women working to advance human and ... Hillary Clinton joined Georgetown University to honor three women working to advance human and women's rights. Mrs. Clinton spoke about the need and the importance of women and girls working within their communities to fight for these rights. The three honorees included a journalist, a victim of ISIS and a former political prisoner in Myanmar (Burma). 1:45 AM EST Approx. 1 hr. 15 min. Harlan Ullman, Anatomy of Failure Harlan Ullman discussed why the U.S. has lost, or failed to accomplish its stated mission, in ... Harlan Ullman discussed why the U.S. has lost, or failed to accomplish its stated mission, in every war it has started since the end of WWII. 4:00 PM EST Approx. 59 min. History Bookshelf Brion McClanahan, The Founding Fathers Guide to the Constitution Brion McClanahan examines the U.S. Constitution and presented his thoughts on the authors of the ... Brion McClanahan examines the U.S. Constitution and presented his thoughts on the authors of the document's original intentions and whether its current interpretation should be rigid or flexible. Mr. McClanahan researched the public arguments of the founding generation beyond the Federalist Papers. He contended that the nation's Founders were in support of Congress as the dominant branch of the government, against a large, national government, and drafted the Constitution to support rather than weaken the states. Brion McClanahan spoke at Chattahoochee Valley Community College in Phenix City, Alabama.
2:09 AM EST Approx. 1 hr. 34 min. Evolution of U.S. Senate Ira Shapiro, author of a new book on the U.S. Senate, joined experts at the Brookings Institution ... Ira Shapiro, author of a new book on the U.S. Senate, joined experts at the Brookings Institution to discuss partisanship in the chamber and its future. 3:00 AM EST Approx. 1 hr. 2 min. Michael Nutter, Mayor Former Philadelphia Mayor Michael Nutter discussed his career in politics. Former Philadelphia Mayor Michael Nutter discussed his career in politics. 4:59 PM EST Approx. 1 hr. 1 min. 1968 Poor People's Campaign The National Museum of African American History & Culture opened an exhibit looking at the 1968 ... The National Museum of African American History & Culture opened an exhibit looking at the 1968 "Poor People's Campaign," which Martin Luther King Jr. organized to shift the focus of the civil rights movement to economic issues. Reverend King was assassinated weeks before the campaign got underway in Washington, D.C. A panel of civil rights activists and Smithsonian museum staff looked at the impact of the Poor People's Campaign as well as its legacy.
3:43 AM EST Approx. 1 hr. 56 min. Deputy Sec of State Sullivan on Afghanistan Strategy The Senate Foreign Relations Committee held a hearing to assess U.S. strategy in Afghanistan. ... The Senate Foreign Relations Committee held a hearing to assess U.S. strategy in Afghanistan. Among the witnesses appearing before the panel was Deputy Secretary of State John Sullivan who talked about the administration's "conditions-based" approach with an aim toward a political solution. He also discussed the role of neighboring Pakistan and said the U.S. could lift its suspension of security assistance imposed last month against Pakistan if the country takes actions against militant groups operating within its borders. He was joined by Assistant Defense Secretary Randall Schriver who discussed the U.S. military's role to train and advise Afghan security forces. The hearing was led by committee chair Sen. Bob Corker (R-TN). 4:02 AM EST Approx. 1 hr. 3 min. Noah Feldman, The Three Lives of James Madison Harvard Law School professor Noah Feldman recounted the political life of James Madison. Harvard Law School professor Noah Feldman recounted the political life of James Madison. 6:00 PM EST Approx. 49 min. The Civil War Abraham Lincoln & Edwin Stanton Author Walter Stahr talked about the relationship between Abraham Lincoln and his Secretary of War ... Author Walter Stahr talked about the relationship between Abraham Lincoln and his Secretary of War Edwin Stanton, starting from when they first met as attorneys before the Civil War through Lincoln's assassination in 1865. This discussion was part of the annual Lincoln Forum symposium in Gettysburg, Pennsylvania.
5:39 AM EST Approx. 1 hr. 20 min. University of Michigan Ford School - Border Crossings The University of Michigan Ford School of Public Policy hosted a discussion about U.S. immigration ... The University of Michigan Ford School of Public Policy hosted a discussion about U.S. immigration policy and the human toll of border crossings. Panelists included the director of the university's Undocumented Migration Project, an award winning magazine writer and an immigration scholar. 5:05 AM EST Approx. 1 hr. 10 min. Stephen Kotkin, Stalin Stephen Kotkin, history and international affairs professor at Princeton University, continued his ... Stephen Kotkin, history and international affairs professor at Princeton University, continued his multi-volume biography of Joseph Stalin, with a focus on Stalin's leadership of the Soviet Union in the years leading up to World War II. 6:49 PM EST Approx. 1 hr. 10 min. History of the Kansas City Mafia Retired FBI agent William Ouseley sat down with Kansas City Public Broadcasting editor Jonathan ... Retired FBI agent William Ouseley sat down with Kansas City Public Broadcasting editor Jonathan Bender for an illustrated discussion of the city's gangland past, and a look at a newly discovered archive of police reports, mugshots, and other records from the Kansas City Star newspaper. The former FBI agent spent two decades investigating and prosecuting organized crime figures in Kansas City and is the author of " Mobsters in Our Midst: The Kansas City Crime Family" and "Open City: True Story of the KC Crime Family 1900-1950."
6:59 AM EST Approx. 17 hr. 1 min. Public Affairs Events Public affairs events, congressional hearings, speeches, and interviews. Public affairs events, congressional hearings, speeches, and interviews. 6:15 AM EST Approx. 1 hr. 13 min. Charles Dorn, For the Common Good Bowdoin College Academic Affairs Dean Charles Dorn examined the value and impact of higher ... Bowdoin College Academic Affairs Dean Charles Dorn examined the value and impact of higher education. 7:59 PM EST Approx. 55 min. Lectures in History 1880s American Anarchist Movement Johns Hopkins University professor Ronald Walters taught a class about the 1880s anarchist ... Johns Hopkins University professor Ronald Walters taught a class about the 1880s anarchist movement in America. He talked about Albert Parson, a Confederate soldier who became a socialist and leader in the anarchist movement. He also used the 1886 Chicago Haymarket affair -- a bombing at a labor protest -- as a case study in describing anarchist violence and the government's response.
7:28 AM EST Approx. 16 hr. 32 min. Book TV Non-fiction books and authors. Non-fiction books and authors. 8:54 PM EST Approx. 1 hr. 5 min. Events & Legacy of 1967 in America Author Victor Brooks talked about his book, "1967: The Year of Fire and Ice." Mr. Brooks focused ... Author Victor Brooks talked about his book, "1967: The Year of Fire and Ice." Mr. Brooks focused on rapid changes in popular culture, the problems of the generation gap, and the growing political unrest caused by the Vietnam War.
9:59 PM EST Approx. 27 min. Reel America Rebirth of Seoul - 1953 This U.S. Army film covers major events of the Korean War and shows how Seoul was heavily damaged ... This U.S. Army film covers major events of the Korean War and shows how Seoul was heavily damaged by the fighting. It documents citizens returning to the city after the end of the war in 1953, and how with the help of the U.S. Army work began to provide the basic needs of life: health care, food, water, shelter and transportation.
10:26 PM EST Approx. 28 min. Reel America Winter Olympics - 1960 This is a U.S. Forest Service film about the 1960 Winter Olympic Games held in Squaw Valley, ... This is a U.S. Forest Service film about the 1960 Winter Olympic Games held in Squaw Valley, California. Narrated by writer and broadcaster Lowell Thomas, the film documents the construction of facilities at the largely undeveloped location in the Tahoe National Forest, and shows efforts by the Forest Service to prevent avalanches and maintain safety for the athletes. The film also includes highlights of the 1960 Winter Games.
10:54 PM EST Approx. 1 hr. 6 min. The Life of Movie Studio Executive William Fox Biographer Vanda Krefft discussed the life and legacy of the founder of Fox Film Corporation in ... Biographer Vanda Krefft discussed the life and legacy of the founder of Fox Film Corporation in her book, "The Man Who Made the Movies: The Meteoric Rise and Tragic Fall of William Fox." In this illustrated conversation, she argued that Fox's contributions to the early motion picture industry were largely forgotten after the 1929 stock market crash resulted in a hostile takeover of his company; which later became Twentieth Century Fox. The Leon Levy Center for Biography at the Graduate Center for the City University of New York hosted this event.
12:00 AM EST Approx. 55 min. Lectures in History 1880s American Anarchist Movement Johns Hopkins University professor Ronald Walters taught a class about the 1880s anarchist ... Johns Hopkins University professor Ronald Walters taught a class about the 1880s anarchist movement in America. He talked about Albert Parson, a Confederate soldier who became a socialist and leader in the anarchist movement. He also used the 1886 Chicago Haymarket affair -- a bombing at a labor protest -- as a case study in describing anarchist violence and the government's response.
12:55 AM EST Approx. 1 hr. 5 min. Events & Legacy of 1967 in America Author Victor Brooks talked about his book, "1967: The Year of Fire and Ice." Mr. Brooks focused ... Author Victor Brooks talked about his book, "1967: The Year of Fire and Ice." Mr. Brooks focused on rapid changes in popular culture, the problems of the generation gap, and the growing political unrest caused by the Vietnam War.
2:00 AM EST Approx. 1 hr. History Bookshelf Brion McClanahan, The Founding Fathers Guide to the Constitution Brion McClanahan examines the U.S. Constitution and presented his thoughts on the authors of the ... Brion McClanahan examines the U.S. Constitution and presented his thoughts on the authors of the document's original intentions and whether its current interpretation should be rigid or flexible. Mr. McClanahan researched the public arguments of the founding generation beyond the Federalist Papers. He contended that the nation's Founders were in support of Congress as the dominant branch of the government, against a large, national government, and drafted the Constitution to support rather than weaken the states. Brion McClanahan spoke at Chattahoochee Valley Community College in Phenix City, Alabama.
3:00 AM EST Approx. 1 hr. 1968 Poor People's Campaign The National Museum of African American History & Culture opened an exhibit looking at the 1968 ... The National Museum of African American History & Culture opened an exhibit looking at the 1968 "Poor People's Campaign," which Martin Luther King Jr. organized to shift the focus of the civil rights movement to economic issues. Reverend King was assassinated weeks before the campaign got underway in Washington, D.C. A panel of civil rights activists and Smithsonian museum staff looked at the impact of the Poor People's Campaign as well as its legacy.
4:00 AM EST Approx. 42 min. American Artifacts U.S. Diplomacy Center Museum Collections - Part 2
4:42 AM EST Approx. 45 min. Benjamin Franklin's Faith Baylor University History Professor Thomas Kidd talked about Benjamin Franklin's faith. He argued ... Baylor University History Professor Thomas Kidd talked about Benjamin Franklin's faith. He argued that Franklin's exposure to skeptical writings underminded his confidence in Christianity, but did not erase his Puritanical core. He also read excerpts from Franklin's writings that address his faith. And, Mr. Kidd examined the religious influence of English clergyman George Whitfield, as well as Benjamin Franklin's sister. This talk was a part of a symposium hosted by the Museum of the Bible in Washington, D.C.
5:27 AM EST Approx. 46 min. The Bible & the American Constitutional Republic American University public affairs professor Daniel Dreisbach argues that the Bible's ... American University public affairs professor Daniel Dreisbach argues that the Bible's contributions on the American constitutional republic should have widespread acknowledgment in scholarly circles. He also talks about the Bible's influence on the American judicial system, including due process and separation of powers. This talk was a part of a symposium hosted by the Museum of the Bible in Washington, D.C.
6:13 AM EST Approx. 44 min. The Bible and the American Revolution Vanderbilt University divinity professor James Byrd talked the Bible's use by the founding fathers ... Vanderbilt University divinity professor James Byrd talked the Bible's use by the founding fathers to defend their patriotic convictions. He highligthed text focused on military battles and argued that the Bible was influential on the founders decision for war regardless of whether they believed it was the word of God. This talk was a part of a symposium hosted by the Museum of the Bible in Washington, D.C.
6:57 AM EST Approx. 1 hr. 1 min. The Bible and the Founding of America A panel of Historians answered audience questions about the Bible's influence on the American ... A panel of Historians answered audience questions about the Bible's influence on the American Founders. They also talked about the founders' views on religious liberty, as well as democracy and the nation as a republic. This discussion was a part of a symposium hosted by the Museum of the Bible in Washington, D.C.
7:58 AM EST Approx. 16 hr. 2 min. American History TV People and events that help document the American Story. People and events that help document the American Story.