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  • Literature and the Bible
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    Literature and the Bible

    BookTV visited the Museum of the Bible and explored the Bible’s influence on literature and its impact on issues from government and legal systems to education, human rights, and more.

  • Sheila Nevins Discusses Life in Entertainment Industry
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    You Don't Look Your Age...and Other Fairy Tales

    Former HBO Documentary Films president Sheila Nevins shared her thoughts on working as an executive in the entertainment industry.

  • Newsmakers with Representative John Yarmuth
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    Newsmakers with Representative John Yarmuth

    House Budget Committee Ranking Member John Yarmuth (D-KY) talked about congressional efforts to develop an omnibus spending bill by the March 23, 2018 deadline. He also discussed gun…

  • emInterviews with My Lai Veteransem
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    Interviews with My Lai Veterans

    This 1970 Academy Award-winning short documentary recounts the events of March 16, 1968, in the village of My Lai, Vietnam, from the perspective of five Army veterans who were there. In…

  • Washington Journal David Maraniss and Jim Webb Discuss the Vietnam War
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    David Maraniss and Jim Webb on the Vietnam War in 1968

    Jim Webb and David Maraniss talked about the major military, political and diplomatic developments in the Vietnam War during 1968 from the January Tet Offensive to the escalating body count and…

  • Vietnam War in 1968

    Vietnam War in 1968

    The major military, political and diplomatic developments in the Vietnam War during 1968 from the January Tet Offensive to the March 16th My Lai massacre, the escalating body count and the…

  • Washington Journal Jeffrey Edmonds Discusses Trump Administration Russia Policy
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    Jeffrey Edmonds on Trump Administration Russia Policy

    Former NSC Russia Director and Wilson Center Global Fellow Jeffrey Edmonds discussed Russia’s role in the poisoning of a double agent in Britain and its continued meddling in U.S. elections.

  • Andrew Kramer on Russian Presidential Election
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    Andrew Kramer on Russian Presidential Election

    Andrew Kramer, New York Times Moscow correspondent, spoke by phone about the Russian presidential election happening that day.

  • Washington Journal News Headlines and Viewer Calls
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    Open Phones

    Telephone lines and social media were open for viewer comments on President Trump’s previous-day tweet calling Special Counsel Robert Mueller’s investigation of Russian interference in the 2016…

  • Old Salem
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    Old Salem

    Old Salem, a historic district in Winston-Salem, North Carolina, features the history of the Moravians, a Protestant sect who hailed from present day Czech Republic. Built starting in 1766, the town is a mix…

  • emNino and Meem
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    Nino and Me

    Legal scholar and editor in chief of “Black’s Law Dictionary,” Bryan Garner, recalled his relationship with the late Supreme Court Justice Antonin Scalia.

  • emQuirkyem
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    Melissa Schilling highlighted the lives of several innovators including Albert Einstein, Elon Musk, Benjamin Franklin, Nikola Tesla, Marie Curie, and others to better understand the traits…

  • emThe Common Goodem
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    The Common Good

    Former Clinton administration Labor Secretary Robert Reich talked about the economic and social cycles societies experience and their effect on the common good.

  • After Words with Bryan Caplan
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    After Words with Bryan Caplan

    Economics professor Bryan Caplan argued that the main function of higher education has become more about educational credentials and less about ensuring that students are prepared with…

  • Race and Baseball in America
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    Race and Baseball in America

    University of Illinois history professor Adrian Burgos talks about the history of race and baseball in America in this interview recorded at the American Historical Association annual…

  • emThe Escape Artistem
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    The Escape Artist

    Brad Meltzer provided a fictional account of an employee at Dover Air Force Base, the military site where the remains of military personnel that have been killed abroad first arrive when…

  • Physical Education and Health in Public Schools
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    Physical Education and Health in Public Schools

    The New School professor Natalia Mehlman Petrzela taught a class about the history of health and physical education in the American school system. She described how progressives in the…

  • emThe Class of 74em
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    The Class of '74

    John Lawrence, former chief of staff to Representative Nancy Pelosi, recalled the 1974 congressional elections, which followed the Watergate scandal, and ushered in many new office holders, dubbed the…

  • Educational Uses of Public Broadcasting
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    Educational Uses of Public Broadcasting

    A panel marked the 50th anniversary of the Public Broadcasting Act of 1967 by discussing the educational uses of public broadcasting, including thoughts on the origins of Sesame Street and…

  • Communicators with Jimmy Soni
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    Communicators with Jimmy Soni

    Jimmy Soni talked about digital pioneer Claude Shannon. Mr. Shannon’s research on communications and information theory influenced decades of communications including telegraphy, telephony,…

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