C-SPAN Schedule

< Saturday, November 21 >

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12:00 AM EST Approx. 7 hr. 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. 7 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. 23 min. Public Affairs Events Public affairs events, congressional hearings, speeches, and interviews. Public affairs events, congressional hearings, speeches, and interviews.
7:00 AM EST Approx. 3 hr. 1 min. LIVE Washington Journal 11/21/2020 6:07 AM EST Approx. 1 hr. 48 min. IRS Commissioner Charles Rettig Testifies Before House Ways & Means Subcommittee IRS Commissioner Charles Rettig testified before the House Ways and Means Subcommittee on ... IRS Commissioner Charles Rettig testified before the House Ways and Means Subcommittee on Oversight. He discussed his agency's operations and response efforts amid the coronavirus pandemic. Committee members questioned Commissioner Rettig about IRS audits, the backlog in processing tax returns and COVID-19 economic impact payments. 6:23 AM EST Approx. 51 min. American Artifacts Meadowcroft Rockshelter Archaeologist James Adovasio talked about his work sifting through layers of human history dating ... Archaeologist James Adovasio talked about his work sifting through layers of human history dating back 19,000 years inside a rural Pennsylvania stream valley rock shelter. He explained why this and other locations have led to revised theories about when humans arrived in the Americas.
10:01 AM EST Approx. 4 hr. 3 min. Facebook & Twitter CEOs Testify Before Senate Judiciary Committee - Part 1 Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg and Twitter CEO Jack Dorsey testified before the Senate Judiciary ... Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg and Twitter CEO Jack Dorsey testified before the Senate Judiciary Committee. 7:55 AM EST Approx. 5 min. Campaign 2020 Georgia Gov. Kemp on Election Results & Certification Georgia Gov. Brian Kemp (R) delivered a statement on the state's presidential election results and ... Georgia Gov. Brian Kemp (R) delivered a statement on the state's presidential election results and certification. 7:14 AM EST Approx. 20 min. American Artifacts Fort Monroe Casemate Museum Fort Monroe Casemate Museum director Robin Reed gave us a tour showcasing the coastal Virginia ... Fort Monroe Casemate Museum director Robin Reed gave us a tour showcasing the coastal Virginia fort's history from the colonial era through its completion in 1834, and its role in the Civil War.
2:04 PM EST Approx. 2 min. POTUS Motorcade President Trump departed the White House and traveled by motorcade to the Trump National Golf Club ... President Trump departed the White House and traveled by motorcade to the Trump National Golf Club in Sterling, Virginia. 8:00 AM EST Approx. 50 min. Michael Strevens, "The Knowledge Machine" New York University philosophy professor Michael Strevens looked at the evolution of scientific ... New York University philosophy professor Michael Strevens looked at the evolution of scientific thought and how it is applied to modern issues, including COVID-19 and climate change. This virtual event was hosted by the Kansas City Public Library in Missouri. 7:34 AM EST Approx. 27 min. American Artifacts Mayo Clinic The Mayo Clinic is consistently ranked as one of the top hospitals in America. Brothers William ... The Mayo Clinic is consistently ranked as one of the top hospitals in America. Brothers William and Charlie Mayo founded the clinic in Rochester, Minnesota in 1889. Learn about the origins of Mayo and how it grew to become a world-renown medical facility.
2:06 PM EST Approx. 1 hr. 4 min. Maryland Gov. Hogan Discussion on Direction of Republican Party Maryland Gov. Larry Hogan (R) joined the Ronald Reagan Institute for a discussion on the direction ... Maryland Gov. Larry Hogan (R) joined the Ronald Reagan Institute for a discussion on the direction of the Republican Party. The Republican governor who was serving his second term in a heavily Democratic state talked about how the Republican Party can reach out to the moderate electorate that he believes makes up the majority of the country. "We cannot afford to continue to perpetuate toxic politics," he said while making the case for Republicans to start pushing pragmatic, big-tent politics to appeal to more voters. 8:50 AM EST Approx. 1 hr. 10 min. Brian Christian, "The Alignment Problem" University of California, Berkeley Visiting Scholar Brian Christian explored the challenges we may ... University of California, Berkeley Visiting Scholar Brian Christian explored the challenges we may face as we become more dependent on Artificial Intelligence. This virtual event was hosted by The Commonwealth Club of California. 8:01 AM EST Approx. 29 min. Reel America "We, the Mentally Ill..." - 1955 Hosted by a self-identified mental patient, this "March of Medicine" television broadcast begins ... Hosted by a self-identified mental patient, this "March of Medicine" television broadcast begins with a play about 19th century mental health reformer Dorothea Dix, staged by patients from St. Elizabeths Hospital in Washington, D.C. The program then visits the New Jersey State Hospital in Trenton, which Dix founded, to observe crowded conditions in a plea for public sympathy and funding. The program also looks at advances in treatment using new medications, and includes an appeal for more hospital space by the New Jersey governor.
3:10 PM EST Approx. 2 hr. 53 min. Donald J. Trump for President, Inc. v. Boockvar Oral Argument Attorneys Opening Arguments A federal judge in the Middle District of Pennsylvania heard oral argument in a case filed by ... A federal judge in the Middle District of Pennsylvania heard oral argument in a case filed by President Trump's campaign challenging the Pennsylvania presidential election count in favor of President-elect Joe Biden. In this portion of the nearly four-hour-long proceeding, the president's lead attorney and former New York City Mayor Rudolph Giuliani laid out why they were challenging the results of the election. Attorneys for Pennsylvania Secretary of the Commonwealth Kathy Boockvar and the counties of Philadelphia, Allegheny, Montgomery and Chester also spoke and outlined their arguments for case dismissal. 10:00 AM EST Approx. 1 hr. Ian Toll, "Twilight of the Gods" Military historian Ian Toll concluded his three-volume history of the Pacific Theater during World ... Military historian Ian Toll concluded his three-volume history of the Pacific Theater during World War II. This was a virtual event hosted by the National World War II Museum in New Orleans. 8:30 AM EST Approx. 30 min. Reel America "Under Pressure" - 1965 This Louisiana Association for Mental Health police training film features four Cleveland, Ohio ... This Louisiana Association for Mental Health police training film features four Cleveland, Ohio officers and the difficult situations they face on a daily basis. The two pairs of partners are shown dealing with reckless youth and criminals on the street, issuing traffic citations, resolving domestic disputes, helping with the mentally ill, and providing medical aid. The film also shows the obstacles police must overcome in trying to balance work and family life.
6:03 PM EST Approx. 22 min. President Trump Remarks on Lowering Prescription Drug Prices President Trump announced two new federal rules to reduce prescription drug prices for patients. ... President Trump announced two new federal rules to reduce prescription drug prices for patients. The administration also announced that Pfizer applied with the FDA for emergency use authorization for it's COVID-19 vaccine. Earlier in the week, the drug company announced that its research showed the two-dose vaccine is 95 percent effective in preventing illness. 11:00 AM EST Approx. 1 hr. Connor Towne O'Neill, "Down Along with That Devil's Bones" Journalist Connor Towne O'Neill looked at the legacy of white supremacy through memorials in the ... Journalist Connor Towne O'Neill looked at the legacy of white supremacy through memorials in the South to Confederate general Nathan Bedford Forrest, the first Grand Wizard of the Ku Klux Klan. This was a virtual event hosted by Garden District Book Shop in New Orleans. 9:00 AM EST Approx. 27 min. Reel America "The Inside Story" - 1944 This U.S. Coast Guard training film dramatizes the most common emotional problems a new recruit ... This U.S. Coast Guard training film dramatizes the most common emotional problems a new recruit might experience when first entering military service. The Paramount Pictures World War II film profiles the lives of several fictional sailors, and includes animation scenes illustrating the workings of the unconscious mind, and the causes of anxiety, self doubt, and loneliness.
6:25 PM EST Approx. 5 min. Sen. Bob Casey Sen. Bob Casey (D-PA) delivered the Weekly Democrats Address discussing the federal coronavirus ... Sen. Bob Casey (D-PA) delivered the Weekly Democrats Address discussing the federal coronavirus response. 12:00 PM EST Approx. 1 hr. Nancy Grace, "Don't Be a Victim" Legal commentator Nancy Grace provided a guide on how citizens can protect themselves and avoid ... Legal commentator Nancy Grace provided a guide on how citizens can protect themselves and avoid becoming a victim of crime. This virtual event was hosted by the Marcus Jewish Community Center of Atlanta and the National JCC Literary Consortium. 9:27 AM EST Approx. 33 min. Reel America "Roots of Happiness" - 1953 This film by the Puerto Rico Health Department contrasts a happy family where the father respects ... This film by the Puerto Rico Health Department contrasts a happy family where the father respects and loves his wife and children with a struggling and unhappy family where hostility and neglect reign supreme. The film offers advice on how to achieve family harmony and raise well-adjusted children. One in a series titled "Emotions of Everyday Living" sponsored by the New York Mental Health Film Board, each episode was produced by regional health departments.
6:30 PM EST Approx. 34 min. The Communicators Independent Broadband Providers This week on "The Communicators", we look at some of the smaller phone, broadband, and video ... This week on "The Communicators", we look at some of the smaller phone, broadband, and video providers and the issues they face. 1:00 PM EST Approx. 52 min. New York Times Journalists Discuss "Finish the Fight" Contributors to the New York Times' "Finish the Fight" reported on the fight for women's right to ... Contributors to the New York Times' "Finish the Fight" reported on the fight for women's right to vote. This video was provided by the Brooklyn Book Festival. 10:00 AM EST Approx. 1 hr. American Artifacts History of St. Elizabeths Hospital 1852-2017 Tour of the National Building Museum exhibition that explores the architecture and history of St. ... Tour of the National Building Museum exhibition that explores the architecture and history of St. Elizabeths. Opened in 1855 and originally named the Government Hospital for the Insane, the facility was the first federally-operated hospital for the mentally ill.
7:04 PM EST Approx. 56 min. The Hill Discussion on Diversity & Inclusion The Hill hosted a virtual conversation on diversity and inclusion in politics and government. Rep. ... The Hill hosted a virtual conversation on diversity and inclusion in politics and government. Rep. Debra Haaland (D-NM) was among the speakers. All of them spoke about opportunities for more diversity and inclusion under a Biden administration. 1:52 PM EST Approx. 51 min. Author Discussion on the History of Civil Rights in New York Brian Purnell, author of "Fighting Jim Crow," and Clarence Taylor, author of "Fight the Power," ... Brian Purnell, author of "Fighting Jim Crow," and Clarence Taylor, author of "Fight the Power," discussed the history of Civil Rights in New York. This video was provided by the Brooklyn Book Festival. 11:00 AM EST Approx. 1 hr. The Civil War Juneteenth and Free Black Marriage Author Tera Hunter spoke with the co-editors of the Journal of the Civil War Era about the ... Author Tera Hunter spoke with the co-editors of the Journal of the Civil War Era about the significance of Juneteenth and her book "Bound in Wedlock: Slave and Free Black Marriage in the Nineteenth Century." Ms. Hunter explained the difference between the Emancipation Proclamation and Juneteenth as well as how freed people navigated family ties and relationships after the war. The Journal of the Civil War Era provided this video.
8:00 PM EST Approx. 51 min. Fmr. White House Chief of Staff Denis McDonough Discusses Biden Administration Denis McDonough, former chief of staff to President Obama, discussed the incoming Biden ... Denis McDonough, former chief of staff to President Obama, discussed the incoming Biden administration at a virtual event hosted by the Center for Strategic and International Studies (CSIS). Mr. McDonough outlined President-elect Joe Biden's policy priorities which include coronavirus response, the economy, climate change and racial justice. He also talked about the current presidential transition period and associated national security challenges. Mr. McDonough previously served as the deputy national security adviser during the Obama administration. 2:43 PM EST Approx. 47 min. Author Discussion on Writing Lesser Known Stories Joe Sacco, author of "Paying the Land," Dave Chisholm, author of "Chasin' the Bird," and Emei ... Joe Sacco, author of "Paying the Land," Dave Chisholm, author of "Chasin' the Bird," and Emei Butell, author of "We Served the People," discussed writing lesser known stories. This video was provided by the Brooklyn Book Festival. 12:00 PM EST Approx. 45 min. The Presidency First Lady Florence Harding Carl Sferrazza Anthony, author of "Florence Harding: The First Lady, the Jazz Age, and the Death ... Carl Sferrazza Anthony, author of "Florence Harding: The First Lady, the Jazz Age, and the Death of America's Most Scandalous President" discussed the life of President Warren G. Harding's wife, and dispelled some of the myths surrounding her time in the White House. The White House Historical Association hosted this event and provided the video.
8:51 PM EST Approx. 32 min. Washington Post Interviews John Bolton John Bolton, former national security adviser to President Trump, discussed a host of topics with ... John Bolton, former national security adviser to President Trump, discussed a host of topics with the Washington Post Live. Mr. Bolton criticized the president on a number of fronts including reports that he was going to strike Iran for its nuclear program, the firing of Chris Krebs and Mark Esper and plans to withdraw troops from Afghanistan and Iraq. 3:30 PM EST Approx. 35 min. Rep. Matt Gaetz R-FL,"Firebrand - Dispatches from the Front Lines of the MAGA Revolution" Florida Republican Representative Matt Gaetz offered his thoughts on how to move the populist ... Florida Republican Representative Matt Gaetz offered his thoughts on how to move the populist movement forward in America. This virtual program was hosted by the Ronald Reagan Foundation & Institute. 12:45 PM EST Approx. 1 hr. 15 min. William Faulkner & Civil War Memory Author and Smith College English professor Michael Gorra discussed his book "The Saddest Words: ... Author and Smith College English professor Michael Gorra discussed his book "The Saddest Words: William Faulkner's Civil War." The book examines how the legacies of the Civil War & the South's defeat are represented in Faulkner's novels. The Kansas City Public Library hosted this event and provided the video.
9:23 PM EST Approx. 53 min. Bill Gates & Pfizer CEO Discuss COVID-19 Vaccines Bill Gates, Pfizer CEO Albert Bourla and Vaccine Confidence Project Director Heidi Larson joined ... Bill Gates, Pfizer CEO Albert Bourla and Vaccine Confidence Project Director Heidi Larson joined the New York Times for a virtual panel discussion on the coronavirus pandemic and vaccination efforts. The panelists talked about the encouraging results from the vaccines developed by Pfizer and Moderna, how they would be distributed and how likely the public would be to take them. 4:05 PM EST Approx. 25 min. National Book Festival - Heather Cox Richardson, "How the South Won the Civil War" Boston College history professor Heather Cox Richardson discussed how Southern social, political, ... Boston College history professor Heather Cox Richardson discussed how Southern social, political, and economic ideologies prevailed in the American West following the Civil War. This program was part of the 20th annual National Book Festival, a virtual event hosted by the Library of Congress. 2:00 PM EST Approx. 1 hr. 42 min. 1918 Flu Pandemic The 1918 flu pandemic altered American life in ways that are familiar to those living through the ... The 1918 flu pandemic altered American life in ways that are familiar to those living through the 2020 coronavirus pandemic. Conflicting information left people wary and fearful, college classes were held outside, sports were cancelled, masks were challenged as un-American and fines imposed on those who refused to wear them. Christopher McKnight Nichols recounted how the country experienced the events of a century ago and the lessons we might learn. He directs Oregon State University's Center for the Humanities. The Center for Presidential History at Southern Methodist University in Dallas hosted this event and provided the video.
10:16 PM EST Approx. 44 min. Washington Journal John Cribb 4:30 PM EST Approx. 1 hr. 5 min. Michel Paradis, "Last Mission to Tokyo" Author Michel Paradis recalled the 'Doolittle Raids' of 1942, an American response to the Japanese ... Author Michel Paradis recalled the 'Doolittle Raids' of 1942, an American response to the Japanese bombing of Pearl Harbor. The author wrote that the U.S. bombing was led by Jimmy Doolittle, a stunt pilot, and focused on members of his squadron who were captured in the attacks and freed in the waning days of the war. This was a virtual event hosted by the Center on National Security at Fordham Law. 3:42 PM EST Approx. 18 min. Reel America "Zip Code with the Swingin' Six" - 1967 The 1960s folk band "The Swingin' Six" stars in a U.S. Postal Service public service announcement ... The 1960s folk band "The Swingin' Six" stars in a U.S. Postal Service public service announcement explaining the zip code system, which was first introduced in 1963. ZIP is an acronym for Zone Improvement Plan.
11:00 PM EST Approx. 51 min. Fmr. White House Chief of Staff Denis McDonough Discusses Biden Administration Denis McDonough, former chief of staff to President Obama, discussed the incoming Biden ... Denis McDonough, former chief of staff to President Obama, discussed the incoming Biden administration at a virtual event hosted by the Center for Strategic and International Studies (CSIS). Mr. McDonough outlined President-elect Joe Biden's policy priorities which include coronavirus response, the economy, climate change and racial justice. He also talked about the current presidential transition period and associated national security challenges. Mr. McDonough previously served as the deputy national security adviser during the Obama administration. 5:35 PM EST Approx. 1 hr. 10 min. Author Discussion on Immigrants, Refugees, & the American Dream Authors Stephanie Griest, Sahar Mustafah, and Amra Sabic-El-Rayess talked about immigrants, ... Authors Stephanie Griest, Sahar Mustafah, and Amra Sabic-El-Rayess talked about immigrants, refugees, and the "American Dream." This was a virtual event hosted by the Southern Festival of Books in Nashville. 4:00 PM EST Approx. 54 min. History Bookshelf Lawrence Kudlow & Brian Domitrovic, "JFK and the Reagan Revolution" Lawrence Kudlow and Brian Domitrovic talked about their book "JFK and the Reagan Revolution: A ... Lawrence Kudlow and Brian Domitrovic talked about their book "JFK and the Reagan Revolution: A Secret History of American Prosperity," in which they examine the conservative economic initiatives of President John F. Kennedy and report on how his reduction of tax rates and his faith in Republican Treasury Secretary Douglas Dillon refuted his party's longstanding economic principles.
11:51 PM EST Approx. 32 min. Washington Post Interviews John Bolton John Bolton, former national security adviser to President Trump, discussed a host of topics with ... John Bolton, former national security adviser to President Trump, discussed a host of topics with the Washington Post Live. Mr. Bolton criticized the president on a number of fronts including reports that he was going to strike Iran for its nuclear program, the firing of Chris Krebs and Mark Esper and plans to withdraw troops from Afghanistan and Iraq. 6:45 PM EST Approx. 40 min. 2020 Kirkus Prize Book TV presented coverage of the 7th annual Kirkus Prize, given by the literary publication ... Book TV presented coverage of the 7th annual Kirkus Prize, given by the literary publication Kirkus Reviews to authors of nonfiction, fiction, and young readers' books. This was a virtual event hosted by the Kirkus Prize. 4:54 PM EST Approx. 1 hr. 6 min. Historical Research in Fiction & Nonfiction Two best-selling authors discussed how they use historical research in their work. Novelist ... Two best-selling authors discussed how they use historical research in their work. Novelist Kathleen Rooney's latest is the World War I story "Cher Ami and Major Whittlesey" and Miles Harvey focused on his new nonfiction book, "The King of Confidence." The conversation was moderated by DePaul history professor Amy Tyson, and the University's English and History departments co-hosted this event and provided the video. Kathleen Rooney and Miles Harvey both teach in the DePaul English department.
12:23 AM EST Approx. 53 min. Bill Gates & Pfizer CEO Discuss COVID-19 Vaccines Bill Gates, Pfizer CEO Albert Bourla and Vaccine Confidence Project Director Heidi Larson joined ... Bill Gates, Pfizer CEO Albert Bourla and Vaccine Confidence Project Director Heidi Larson joined the New York Times for a virtual panel discussion on the coronavirus pandemic and vaccination efforts. The panelists talked about the encouraging results from the vaccines developed by Pfizer and Moderna, how they would be distributed and how likely the public would be to take them. 7:25 PM EST Approx. 1 hr. Adam Higginbotham, "Midnight in Chernobyl" Adam Higginbotham talked about his book "Midnight in Chernobyl," about the 1986 nuclear disaster ... Adam Higginbotham talked about his book "Midnight in Chernobyl," about the 1986 nuclear disaster in Ukraine. This virtual event was part of Norwich University's Military Writers' Symposium. 6:00 PM EST Approx. 1 hr. 15 min. Civil War Veterans & Opiate Addiction Jonathan Jones of Penn State University talked about widespread opiate addiction among Civil War ... Jonathan Jones of Penn State University talked about widespread opiate addiction among Civil War veterans. He explained how prescribing opium and morphine -- common treatments used for wartime injuries -- grew into lifelong drug dependence for many. Virginia Tech's Center for Civil War Studies hosted this event and provided the video.
1:16 AM EST Approx. 43 min. Washington Journal John Cribb 8:25 PM EST Approx. 1 hr. 35 min. Jon Lindsay, "Information Technology and Military Power" Jon Lindsay, professor at the University of Toronto, discussed whether technological advances in ... Jon Lindsay, professor at the University of Toronto, discussed whether technological advances in military technology are helping or hindering our soldiers in combat. This virtual event was hosted by the Cato Institute. 7:15 PM EST Approx. 35 min. Veterans and Nuclear Radiation Exposure National World War II Museum oral historian Hannah Dailey talked about "atomic veterans" -- ... National World War II Museum oral historian Hannah Dailey talked about "atomic veterans" -- servicemen assigned to nuclear bomb tests and clean-up -- many of whom suffered long-term health issues from radiation exposure. The program included interview clips with four of these veterans. The National World War II Museum hosted this discussion and provided the video.
1:59 AM EST Approx. 1 hr. 8 min. Clinton Foundation Affordable Housing Discussion President Clinton discussed affordable housing and the racial wealth gap with Atlanta Mayor Keisha ... President Clinton discussed affordable housing and the racial wealth gap with Atlanta Mayor Keisha Lance Bottoms (D), Former Housing Secretary Julian Castro, Caliber Home Loans CEO Sajiv Das and Local Initiatives Support Corporation President Maurice Jones. The Clinton Foundation hosted this virtual event. 10:00 PM EST Approx. 59 min. After Words Deborah Stone, "Counting-How We Use Numbers to Decide What Matters" Political scientist Deborah Stone argued that numbers aren't objective and explains numerous ways ... Political scientist Deborah Stone argued that numbers aren't objective and explains numerous ways numbers impact our lives daily. She was interviewed by data scientist and author Cathy O'Neil. 7:50 PM EST Approx. 10 min. Plymouth Rock Plimoth Patuxet deputy executive director Richard Pickering told the story of the Pilgrims' ... Plimoth Patuxet deputy executive director Richard Pickering told the story of the Pilgrims' landing in 1620 at Plymouth Rock and how it has been preserved.
3:07 AM EST Approx. 1 hr. 39 min. KEYED Senate Hearing on Pandemic & Federal Teleworking A Senate subcommittee examined federal agencies' response to and transition to telework during the ... A Senate subcommittee examined federal agencies' response to and transition to telework during the pandemic. They also spoke about how remote working can be beneficial for recruitment, retention, and cost savings after the pandemic ends. Government officials testifying included those representing the Social Security Administration, Transportation Department, Labor Department. and the Government Accountability Office (GAO) 10:59 PM EST Approx. 41 min. Andrew Whitby, "The Sum of the People" Data scientist Andrew Whitby looked at the history of census taking around the world. This was a ... Data scientist Andrew Whitby looked at the history of census taking around the world. This was a virtual event hosted by the National Archives in Washington, DC. 8:00 PM EST Approx. 53 min. Lectures in History New Deal Politics & Public Opinion University of Maryland, Baltimore County professor William Blake taught a class about New Deal-era ... University of Maryland, Baltimore County professor William Blake taught a class about New Deal-era politics and the role of public opinion on issues such as court packing and executive power. Professor Blake argued that while many of President Roosevelt's policies had broad support, the general public -- fearing an upset to the balance of power -- swayed Congress to block some of FDR's initiatives, such as increasing the number of Supreme Court justices. This class took place online and the University of Maryland, Baltimore County provided the video.
4:46 AM EST Approx. 55 min. HHS Secretary Azar & Officals Provide Update on COVID-19 Vaccines Health and Human Services Secretary Alex Azar provided an update on COVID-19 vaccine development ... Health and Human Services Secretary Alex Azar provided an update on COVID-19 vaccine development and the distribution process. He was joined by "Operation Warp Speed" officials, who outlined the process for distribution to the country and the requirements needed to store and safely distribute the vaccines. Following their remarks, they took questions from reporters who dialed in by phone. 11:40 PM EST Approx. 1 hr. 5 min. Joel Bakan, "The New Corporation" Author Joel Bakan reported on how corporations have been able to rebrand themselves as socially ... Author Joel Bakan reported on how corporations have been able to rebrand themselves as socially conscious entities while increasing CEO salaries. This virtual event was provided by Massey College at the University of Toronto. 8:53 PM EST Approx. 6 min. San Antonio River Walk The San Antonio River Walk is a major attraction for the city. Historian Lewis Fisher talked about ... The San Antonio River Walk is a major attraction for the city. Historian Lewis Fisher talked about how this depression era project became an oasis in the in the heart of the city's downtown.
5:41 AM EST Approx. 6 min. Sen. Bob Casey Sen. Bob Casey (D-PA) delivered the Weekly Democrats Address discussing the federal coronavirus ... Sen. Bob Casey (D-PA) delivered the Weekly Democrats Address discussing the federal coronavirus response. 12:45 AM EST Approx. 1 hr. 15 min. Charles Kupchan, "Isolationism" Georgetown University international affairs professor Charles Kupchan looked back at American ... Georgetown University international affairs professor Charles Kupchan looked back at American foreign policy and isolationism. This was a virtual event hosted by TownHall Seattle. 8:59 PM EST Approx. 1 hr. 1 min. Leprosy Treatment & Stigma Author and National Public Radio correspondent Pam Fessler discussed her book, "Carville's Cure: ... Author and National Public Radio correspondent Pam Fessler discussed her book, "Carville's Cure: Leprosy, Stigma, and the Fight for Justice." It looks at the history of the residential hospital for Americans with leprosy in Carville, Louisiana which began operation in 1894 and closed in 1999. The Kansas City Library Public Library hosted the program and provided the video.
5:47 AM EST Approx. 1 hr. 12 min. Discussion on Race & Gender Equity Hosted by The Hill The Hill hosted a series of virtual interviews on race and gender equity issues. Among the ... The Hill hosted a series of virtual interviews on race and gender equity issues. Among the speakers were Rep. Veronica Escobar (D-TX), Del. Jenniffer Gonzalez-Colon (R-Puerto Rico), New York State Senator-elect Jabari Brisport (D) and Minnesota Attorney General Keith Ellison (D). The Hill Editor at Large Steve Clemons moderated the event. 2:00 AM EST Approx. 1 hr. Fmr. Sen. Connie Mack R-FL, "Citizen Mack - Politics, an Honorable Calling" Former Florida Republican Senator Connie Mack spoke about his life and career in politics. This ... Former Florida Republican Senator Connie Mack spoke about his life and career in politics. This virtual program was hosted by Books & Books Bookstore in Coral Gables, Florida. 10:00 PM EST Approx. 21 min. Reel America "The Pilgrims" - 1955 This classroom film dramatizes the Pilgrim's flight from religious persecution in England to the ... This classroom film dramatizes the Pilgrim's flight from religious persecution in England to the Netherlands, then twelve years later their ocean voyage on the Mayflower, and the founding of Plymouth Colony in 1620. The Encyclopaedia Britannica film was produced in Merton Park Studios in London, England.
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. 3:00 AM EST Approx. 1 hr. 10 min. Author Discussion on Audre Lorde Authors Roxane Gay, Tracy K. Smith, and Mahogany Browne discussed the life and work of author and ... Authors Roxane Gay, Tracy K. Smith, and Mahogany Browne discussed the life and work of author and activist Audre Lorde. This virtual program was part of the Schomburg Center Literary Festival in New York City. 10:21 PM EST Approx. 16 min. Reel America "Plymouth Colony - The First Year" - 1980 This Coronet educational film dramatizes the Pilgrims' journey from England to Holland, and to New ... This Coronet educational film dramatizes the Pilgrims' journey from England to Holland, and to New England in 1620, and ends with a depiction of the first Thanksgiving in Massachusetts. Much of the narration is taken from the book "Of Plymouth Plantation" written by Pilgrim William Bradford.
4:10 AM EST Approx. 1 hr. 5 min. H.R. McMaster, "Battlegrounds" Lt. Gen. H.R. McMaster (Ret.), former National Security Adviser to President Trump, talked about ... Lt. Gen. H.R. McMaster (Ret.), former National Security Adviser to President Trump, talked about the foreign policy and national security challenges facing the United States. This virtual event was hosted by the McCain Institute at Arizona State University. 10:37 PM EST Approx. 11 min. Reel America "Early Settlers of New England, Salem, 1626-1629" - 1940 This 1940 classroom film depicts the basics of colonial life, from household cooking and crafts, ... This 1940 classroom film depicts the basics of colonial life, from household cooking and crafts, to farming, fishing, game hunting, and home construction methods.
5:15 AM EST Approx. 1 hr. 12 min. Arundhati Roy, "Azadi" Author and activist Arundhati Roy talked about freedom and authoritarianism around the world. This ... Author and activist Arundhati Roy talked about freedom and authoritarianism around the world. This virtual event was hosted by Haymarket Books. 10:48 PM EST Approx. 17 min. Reel America "The Beginning at Plymouth Colony" - 1954 This Cold War classroom lecture film argues that the Pilgrims' early collectivist economic system ... This Cold War classroom lecture film argues that the Pilgrims' early collectivist economic system failed, leading to a more successful capitalist system based on individual responsibility and private ownership. This is one of a series of lectures by historian Clifton Ganus, Jr. on the American system produced in the mid-1950s by the National Education Program at Harding College in Searcy, Arkansas.
6:27 AM EST Approx. 3 min. What Are You Reading with Sen. Shelley Moore Capito R-WV 11:05 PM EST Approx. 55 min. "Dogfight Over Tokyo" Author John Wukovits discussed his book "Dogfight Over Tokyo: The Final Air Battle of the Pacific, ... Author John Wukovits discussed his book "Dogfight Over Tokyo: The Final Air Battle of the Pacific, and the Last Four Men to Die in World War II." The book tells the story of a group of American aviators who took off on a bombing mission from the carrier USS Yorktown on August 15, 1945, and were attacked over Japan shortly after receiving word that the war had ended. The National World War II Museum hosted this online event and provided the video.
6:30 AM EST Approx. 1 hr. 3 min. David Reynolds, "Abe" Historian David Reynolds provided a biography of Abraham Lincoln and looked at how societal ... Historian David Reynolds provided a biography of Abraham Lincoln and looked at how societal influences impacted his life. This was a virtual event hosted by the Leon Levy Center for Biography in New York City. 12:00 AM EST Approx. 1 hr. Lectures in History New Deal Politics & Public Opinion University of Maryland, Baltimore County professor William Blake taught a class about New Deal-era ... University of Maryland, Baltimore County professor William Blake taught a class about New Deal-era politics and the role of public opinion on issues such as court packing and executive power. Professor Blake argued that while many of President Roosevelt's policies had broad support, the general public -- fearing an upset to the balance of power -- swayed Congress to block some of FDR's initiatives, such as increasing the number of Supreme Court justices. This class took place online and the University of Maryland, Baltimore County provided the video.
7:33 AM EST Approx. 16 hr. 27 min. Book TV Non-fiction books and authors. Non-fiction books and authors. 1:00 AM EST Approx. 1 hr. Leprosy Treatment & Stigma Author and National Public Radio correspondent Pam Fessler discussed her book, "Carville's Cure: ... Author and National Public Radio correspondent Pam Fessler discussed her book, "Carville's Cure: Leprosy, Stigma, and the Fight for Justice." It looks at the history of the residential hospital for Americans with leprosy in Carville, Louisiana which began operation in 1894 and closed in 1999. The Kansas City Library Public Library hosted the program and provided the video.
2:00 AM EST Approx. 55 min. History Bookshelf Lawrence Kudlow & Brian Domitrovic, "JFK and the Reagan Revolution" Lawrence Kudlow and Brian Domitrovic talked about their book "JFK and the Reagan Revolution: A ... Lawrence Kudlow and Brian Domitrovic talked about their book "JFK and the Reagan Revolution: A Secret History of American Prosperity," in which they examine the conservative economic initiatives of President John F. Kennedy and report on how his reduction of tax rates and his faith in Republican Treasury Secretary Douglas Dillon refuted his party's longstanding economic principles.
2:55 AM EST Approx. 1 hr. 5 min. Slavery & the Constitution In a discussion hosted by the Colonial Williamsburg Foundation, a law professor and two actors who ... In a discussion hosted by the Colonial Williamsburg Foundation, a law professor and two actors who portray free and enslaved blacks at Williamsburg discussed the role compromises over slavery played in drafting of the U.S. Constitution and the enduring legacy of those compromises. This program includes two performances by Colonial Williamsburg actors portraying African Americans in the 1780s. Colonial Williamsburg provided the video of this event.
4:00 AM EST Approx. 1 hr. 15 min. Civil War Veterans & Opiate Addiction Jonathan Jones of Penn State University talked about widespread opiate addiction among Civil War ... Jonathan Jones of Penn State University talked about widespread opiate addiction among Civil War veterans. He explained how prescribing opium and morphine -- common treatments used for wartime injuries -- grew into lifelong drug dependence for many. Virginia Tech's Center for Civil War Studies hosted this event and provided the video.
5:15 AM EST Approx. 38 min. Veterans and Nuclear Radiation Exposure National World War II Museum oral historian Hannah Dailey talked about "atomic veterans" -- ... National World War II Museum oral historian Hannah Dailey talked about "atomic veterans" -- servicemen assigned to nuclear bomb tests and clean-up -- many of whom suffered long-term health issues from radiation exposure. The program included interview clips with four of these veterans. The National World War II Museum hosted this discussion and provided the video.
5:53 AM EST Approx. 7 min. Plymouth Rock Plimoth Patuxet deputy executive director Richard Pickering told the story of the Pilgrims' ... Plimoth Patuxet deputy executive director Richard Pickering told the story of the Pilgrims' landing in 1620 at Plymouth Rock and how it has been preserved.
6:00 AM EST Approx. 53 min. Lectures in History New Deal Politics & Public Opinion University of Maryland, Baltimore County professor William Blake taught a class about New Deal-era ... University of Maryland, Baltimore County professor William Blake taught a class about New Deal-era politics and the role of public opinion on issues such as court packing and executive power. Professor Blake argued that while many of President Roosevelt's policies had broad support, the general public -- fearing an upset to the balance of power -- swayed Congress to block some of FDR's initiatives, such as increasing the number of Supreme Court justices. This class took place online and the University of Maryland, Baltimore County provided the video.
6:53 AM EST Approx. 7 min. Marion Cheek Jackson Center Members of the Marian Cheek Jackson Center discussed Chapel Hill's Civil Rights history, including ... Members of the Marian Cheek Jackson Center discussed Chapel Hill's Civil Rights history, including the Chapel Hill Nine sit-in on February 28, 1960.
7:00 AM EST Approx. 17 hr. American History TV People and events that help document the American Story. People and events that help document the American Story.