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    After Words with Eugene Soltes

    Professor Eugene Soltes talks about the motivations behind white collar crime. He is interviewed by Robert Khuzami, former director of the Division of Enforcement for the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission.

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  • Saturday

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    8:00AM ESTIn Depth on Pearl HarborAuthors Steve Twomey, Eri Hotta, and Craig Nelson discuss the December…
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    11:00AM ESTIn the DarkroomPulitzer Prize-winning journalist and author Susan Faludi remembers her…
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    11:45AM ESTThe Bureaucrat KingsProfessor Paul Moreno talks about his book, The Bureaucrat Kings: The Origins…
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    12:00PM ESTRay and JoanJournalist Lisa Napoli talks about the life and career of McDonald’s…
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    1:00PM ESTThe New Trail of TearsNew York Post columnist Naomi Riley examines the impact of U.S. policies…
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    2:00PM ESTRules for RevolutionariesBecky Bond and Zack Exley, senior advisers to the Bernie Sanders…
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    3:15PM ESTForty AutumnsFormer U.S. Army intelligence officer Nina Willner recalls her mother’s…
  • 4:00PM ESTEnhanced InterrogationJames Mitchell talks about the development and workings of the CIA’s…
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    5:30PM ESTBlood at the RootPatrick Phillips recalls the murder of a young girl in Forsyth County,…
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    6:45PM ESTPlaying Through the WhistleS.L. Price, senior writer at Sports Illustrated, looks at the death of the…
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    7:45PM ESTThe New Better OffJournalist Courtney Martin examines what the term “better off” means to…
  • 9:00PM ESTSettle for MoreFox News Anchor Megyn Kelly discusses her life and career as a journalist.…
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    10:00PM ESTAfter Words with Eugene SoltesProfessor Eugene Soltes talks about the motivations behind white collar…
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    11:00PM ESTEleanor Roosevelt, Volume 3John Jay College history professor Blanche Wiesen Cook completes her three…
  • Sunday

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    12:15AM ESTThe Bureaucrat KingsProfessor Paul Moreno talks about his book, The Bureaucrat Kings: The Origins…
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    12:30AM ESTCity of DreamsTyler Anbinder, history professor at George Washington University, recalls…
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    2:00AM ESTJames BaldwinJules Farber leads a discussion on James Baldwin’s life and writing career…
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    3:00AM ESTDiscussion on the U.S. EconomyRobert Gordon, author of The Rise and Fall of American Growth, and Joel Mokyr,…
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    5:00AM ESTTrue Faith and AllegianceFormer Attorney General Alberto Gonzales talks about his book, True Faith…
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    5:45AM ESTBlood at the RootPatrick Phillips recalls the murder of a young girl in Forsyth County,…
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    7:00AM ESTRay and JoanJournalist Lisa Napoli talks about the life and career of McDonald’s…
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    8:00AM ESTThe Millionaire and the BardAndrea Mays discusses Henry Folger’s pursuit of William Shakespeare’s…
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    9:00AM ESTTwilight WarriorsJames Kitfield, former senior correspondent for National Journal,…
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    10:00AM ESTOpen Phones with Andrew BacevichAndrew Bacevich talked about his book, America’s War for the Greater…
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    10:45AM ESTOpen to DebateHeather Hendershot, film and media professor at MIT, looks at William F. Buckley’s…
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    12:00PM ESTAfter Words with George MitchellFormer Senator George Mitchell (D-ME) discusses the Israeli-Palestinian…
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    1:00PM ESTEleanor Roosevelt, Volume 3John Jay College history professor Blanche Wiesen Cook completes her three…
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    2:15PM ESTThe New Better OffJournalist Courtney Martin examines what the term “better off” means to…
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    3:30PM ESTChurchill's TrialHillsdale College president Larry Arnn talks about his book, Churchill’s Trial:…
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    4:00PM ESTCity of DreamsTyler Anbinder, history professor at George Washington University, recalls…
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    5:30PM ESTJames BaldwinJules Farber leads a discussion on James Baldwin’s life and writing career…
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    6:30PM ESTImperfect UnionChuck Raasch, chief Washington correspondent for the St. Louis Post…
  • 7:30PM ESTEnhanced InterrogationJames Mitchell talks about the development and workings of the CIA’s…
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    9:00PM ESTAfter Words with Eugene SoltesProfessor Eugene Soltes talks about the motivations behind white collar…
  • 10:00PM ESTSettle for MoreFox News Anchor Megyn Kelly discusses her life and career as a journalist.…
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    11:00PM ESTForty AutumnsFormer U.S. Army intelligence officer Nina Willner recalls her mother’s…
  • Monday

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    12:00AM ESTAfter Words with Eugene SoltesProfessor Eugene Soltes talks about the motivations behind white collar…
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    1:00AM ESTPlaying Through the WhistleS.L. Price, senior writer at Sports Illustrated, looks at the death of the…
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    2:15AM ESTFive PresidentsFormer Secret Service agent Clint Hill and Lisa McCubbin talk about their…
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    3:00AM ESTAfter Words with Eugene SoltesProfessor Eugene Soltes talks about the motivations behind white collar…
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    4:00AM ESTAndy Warhol Was a HoarderClaudia Kalb, former senior writer for Newsweek, talks about the evolution of…
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    5:15AM ESTWelcome to the UniverseThree leading astrophysicists, Neil DeGrasse Tyson, Michael A. Strauss,…
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    7:00AM ESTNothing Ever Dies and The SympathizerPulitzer Prize-winning author Viet Thanh Nguyen discusses his two books,…

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Each weekend, Book TV features 48 hours of nonfiction books from Saturday 8am ET to Monday 8am ET.