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    2017 Savannah Book Festival

    Book TV will be LIVE from the 10th annual Savannah Book Festival in Savannah, Georgia. We'll bring you author presentations and viewer call-in segments with John Tamny, William Daugherty, Gerri Willis, Dan Slater, and more.

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    After Words with Roger Stone

    Roger Stone talked about his book The Making of the President 2016: How Donald Trump Orchestrated a Revolution, in which he discusses the 2016 election and Donald Trump becoming the 45th president. He is interviewed by Susan Ferrechio.

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  • Sunday

  • 10:30AM ESTBook TV in Richmond, VirginiaC-SPAN’s Local Content Vehicles (LCVs) makes a stop in their “2017 LCV Cities…
  • 10:44AM ESTEdgar Allen Poe MuseumThe Edgar Allan Poe Museum is profiled.
  • 11:12AM ESTRobert Morris's FollyProfessor Ryan Smith talks about his book, Robert Morris’s Folly: The…
  • 11:30AM ESTBlack Swan BooksOwner Nicholas Cooke talks about his antiquarian book store, Black Swan…
  • 11:43AM ESTSomething Muse Be Done About Prince Edward CountyKristen Green talks about her book, Something Must Be Done About Prince…
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    12:00PM ESTAfter Words with Melissa FlemingMelissa Fleming, chief spokesperson for the United Nations High Commissioner for…
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    1:00PM ESTWatching TVWalter Podrazik, television curator at the Museum of Broadcast…
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    1:30PM ESTBrothers at ArmsProfessor Larrie Ferreiro talks about the assistance that France and Spain…
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    3:00PM ESTAt Mama's KneeAmerican Urban Radio Network White House correspondent April Ryan examines…
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    4:00PM ESTAnti-Semitism on American College CampusesAuthor and radio host Dennis Prager and author and journalist Bret…
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    4:52PM ESTA House of My OwnSandra Cisneros, author of A House of My Own, delivers a talk after…
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    5:00PM ESTCulture as a WeaponNato Thompson examines how business and government use art to influence.…
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    6:00PM ESTRefinery TownLabor reporter Steve Early discusses the fight by the citizens of…
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    7:00PM ESTSovereign DutyAttorney and U.S. Army veteran KrisAnne Hall outlines what citizens can do…
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    9:00PM ESTAfter Words with Roger StoneRepublican strategist Roger Stone discusses the 2016 election and Donald…
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    10:00PM ESTThe Blood of Emmett TillTimothy Tyson, senior research scholar at the Center for Documentary…
  • Monday

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    12:00AM ESTAfter Words with Roger StoneRepublican strategist Roger Stone discusses the 2016 election and Donald…
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    1:00AM ESTTrue SouthJon Else, producer and cinematographer of the Civil Rights documentary…
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    2:30AM ESTThe Cyber EffectAuthor Mary Aiken discusses her book The Cyber Effect, which examines how…
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    3:00AM ESTAfter Words with Roger StoneRepublican strategist Roger Stone discusses the 2016 election and Donald…
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    4:00AM ESTRiggedDean Baker, co-director of the Center for Economic and Policy Research,…
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    5:15AM ESTThe Earth Is WeepingCivil War historian Peter Cozzens looks at the Indian Wars that marked…
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    6:30AM ESTWhy?Peter Hayes, chair of the Academic Committee at the U.S. Holocaust…
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    7:53AM ESTMrs. Sherlock HolmesBrad Ricca recalls the life of Grace Humiston, the first female U.S.…
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    8:30AM ESTBrothers at ArmsProfessor Larrie Ferreiro talks about the assistance that France and Spain…
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    10:00AM ESTThe Framers' CoupHarvard University law professor Michael Klarman recalls the drafting of the…
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    11:00AM ESTSovereign DutyAttorney and U.S. Army veteran KrisAnne Hall outlines what citizens can do…
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    12:00PM ESTThe Meaning of MichelleVeronica Chambers looks at the contributions of first lady Michelle Obama.
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    1:00PM ESTThe True FlagStephen Kinzer recounts the public debate over American foreign policy at…
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    2:15PM ESTWhen Everything ChangedAuthor and New York Times op-ed columnist Gail Collins discusses her book,…
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    3:00PM ESTThe Art of ToughSenator Barbara Boxer (D-CA) recalls her life in politics at the 2017…
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    3:53PM ESTThe New Trail of TearsNew York Post columnist Naomi Riley examines the impact of U.S. policies…
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    4:00PM ESTIn Depth with Nick AdamsAuthor and political commentator Nick Adams talks about his life and…
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    7:00PM ESTRay and JoanJournalist Lisa Napoli talks about the life and career of McDonald’s…
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    8:30PM ESTBrothers at ArmsProfessor Larrie Ferreiro talks about the assistance that France and Spain…
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    9:55PM ESTBill ClintonMichael Tomasky, editor in chief of Democracy and special correspondent for The…
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    10:00PM ESTAnti-Semitism on American College CampusesAuthor and radio host Dennis Prager and author and journalist Bret…
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    10:00PM ESTDennis Prager on Happiness and GoodnessAuthor and radio host Dennis Prager speaks about his keys to happiness and…
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    11:00PM ESTAt Mama's KneeAmerican Urban Radio Network White House correspondent April Ryan examines…
  • Tuesday

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    12:00AM ESTThe Blood of Emmett TillTimothy Tyson, senior research scholar at the Center for Documentary…
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    1:00AM ESTThe American MiracleRadio host Michael Medved offers his thoughts on the role that religion…
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    3:15AM ESTWhen Everything ChangedAuthor and New York Times op-ed columnist Gail Collins discusses her book,…
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    4:00AM ESTShall Not Be InfringedFrom the 2016 Bill of Rights Day Book Festival, author David Keene speaks with…
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    5:00AM ESTAfter Words with Hugh HewittRadio talk show host Hugh Hewitt discusses his blueprint for how the…
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    5:00AM ESTDennis Prager on Happiness and GoodnessAuthor and radio host Dennis Prager speaks about his keys to happiness and…
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    6:00AM ESTAt Mama's KneeAmerican Urban Radio Network White House correspondent April Ryan examines…
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    7:00AM ESTRay and JoanJournalist Lisa Napoli talks about the life and career of McDonald’s…
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    8:00PM ESTEnhanced InterrogationJames Mitchell talks about the development and workings of the CIA’s…
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    9:30PM ESTThe Drone MemosJameel Jaffer, former deputy legal director of the ACLU, discusses the…
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    10:19PM ESTBlood at the RootPatrick Phillips recalls the murder of a young girl in Forsyth County,…
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    10:31PM ESTPanel Discussion on National SecurityPanelists talk about national security at the 2017 Rancho Mirage Writers…
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    11:30PM ESTThe Big StickEliot Cohen argues that hard power is still essential in world today and…
  • Wednesday

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    12:23AM ESTEnhanced InterrogationJames Mitchell talks about the development and workings of the CIA’s…
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    1:53AM ESTThe Drone MemosJameel Jaffer, former deputy legal director of the ACLU, discusses the…
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    2:43AM ESTBlood at the RootPatrick Phillips recalls the murder of a young girl in Forsyth County,…
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    2:54AM ESTPanel Discussion on National SecurityPanelists talk about national security at the 2017 Rancho Mirage Writers…
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    3:53AM ESTThe Big StickEliot Cohen argues that hard power is still essential in world today and…
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    8:00PM ESTCivilianizedIraq War veteran Michael Anthony chronicles his decline after returning…
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    9:00PM ESTOn War and PoliticsMajor General Arnold Punaro (Ret.), who served 35 years with the Marine…
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    10:15PM ESTTough as They ComeRetired U.S. Army staff sergeant Travis Mills discusses his book, Tough as…
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    11:05PM ESTCivilianizedIraq War veteran Michael Anthony chronicles his decline after returning…
  • Thursday

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    12:05AM ESTOn War and PoliticsMajor General Arnold Punaro (Ret.), who served 35 years with the Marine…
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    1:20AM ESTTough as They ComeRetired U.S. Army staff sergeant Travis Mills discusses his book, Tough as…
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    8:00PM ESTThe Framers' CoupHarvard University law professor Michael Klarman recalls the drafting of the…
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    9:00PM ESTIf This Be TreasonJournalist Jeremy Duda provides a history of the act of treason in…
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    9:45PM ESTThe Constitution TodayFrom the 2016 Bill of Rights Day Book Festival, Legal scholar Akhil Reed…
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    10:47PM ESTSovereign DutyAttorney and U.S. Army veteran KrisAnne Hall outlines what citizens can do…
  • Friday

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    12:37AM ESTThe Framers' CoupHarvard University law professor Michael Klarman recalls the drafting of the…
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    1:37AM ESTIf This Be TreasonJournalist Jeremy Duda provides a history of the act of treason in…
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    2:22AM ESTThe Constitution TodayFrom the 2016 Bill of Rights Day Book Festival, Legal scholar Akhil Reed…
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    3:24AM ESTSovereign DutyAttorney and U.S. Army veteran KrisAnne Hall outlines what citizens can do…
  • 8:00PM ESTAfter Words with Sophia NelsonJournalist Sophia Nelson provides steps that she argues will move the…
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    9:00PM ESTAfter Words with Hugh HewittRadio talk show host Hugh Hewitt discusses his blueprint for how the…
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    9:58PM ESTAfter Words with Emrys WestacottProfessor Emrys Westacott explores the philosophy behind frugal living. He…
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    10:55PM ESTAfter Words with Bret BaierFox News Channel chief political anchor Bret Baier looks at the exchange…
  • 11:52PM ESTAfter Words with Sophia NelsonJournalist Sophia Nelson provides steps that she argues will move the…
  • Saturday

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    12:52AM ESTAfter Words with Hugh HewittRadio talk show host Hugh Hewitt discusses his blueprint for how the…
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    1:50AM ESTAfter Words with Emrys WestacottProfessor Emrys Westacott explores the philosophy behind frugal living. He…
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    2:48AM ESTAfter Words with Bret BaierFox News Channel chief political anchor Bret Baier looks at the exchange…
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    9:30AM ESTThe New BrooklynManhattan Institute fellow Kay Hymowitz discusses the transformation of…
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    10:30AM ESTThe Genius of JudaismBernard-Henri Levy explores what it means to be a Jew today. He also…
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    12:00PM ESTThe Big StickEliot Cohen argues that hard power is still essential in world today and…
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    1:00PM ESTWhat Washington Gets WrongJennifer Bachner and Benjamin Ginsberg of Johns Hopkins University talk…
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    2:30PM ESTTrue SouthJon Else, producer and cinematographer of the Civil Rights documentary…
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    4:00PM ESTLetters to a Young MuslimOmar Saif Ghobash, UAE’s ambassador to Russia, talks about the dangers of…
  • 5:00PM ESTUrban ForestsJill Jonnes examines the natural history of trees and their impact on…
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    7:00PM ESTWatching TVWalter Podrazik, television curator at the Museum of Broadcast…
  • 10:00PM ESTAfter Words with Sybrina Fulton and Tracy MartinThe parents of Trayvon Martin, Sybrina Fulton and Tracy Martin, discuss their…
  • Sunday

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    12:00AM ESTSovereign DutyAttorney and U.S. Army veteran KrisAnne Hall outlines what citizens can do…
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    2:00AM ESTCivilianizedIraq War veteran Michael Anthony chronicles his decline after returning…
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    3:00AM ESTThe Glass UniverseDava Sobel talks about women who worked for the Harvard College…
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    4:20AM ESTRefinery TownLabor reporter Steve Early discusses the fight by the citizens of…
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    5:30AM ESTAuthors on Writing HistoryBiographer Robert Caro and historian Brenda Wineapple talk about writing…
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    6:30AM ESTFailure to AdjustEdward Alden discusses America’s role in the global economy. He speaks…
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    7:15AM ESTGrace and Justice on Death RowAttorney Brian Stolarz reports on his client, Alfred Dewayne Brown, who…
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    8:15AM ESTGame of LoansBeth Akers, senior fellow at the Manhattan Institute, argues that the…
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    9:00AM ESTWatching TVWalter Podrazik, television curator at the Museum of Broadcast…
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    12:00PM ESTAfter Words with Roger StoneRepublican strategist Roger Stone discusses the 2016 election and Donald…
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    1:00PM ESTThirteen Days in SeptemberPulitzer Prize-winning author Lawrence Wright discusses his book, Thirteen…
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    2:00PM ESTIf This Be TreasonJournalist Jeremy Duda provides a history of the act of treason in…
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    2:45PM ESTRiggedDean Baker, co-director of the Center for Economic and Policy Research,…
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    4:00PM ESTWhy?Peter Hayes, chair of the Academic Committee at the U.S. Holocaust…
  • 9:00PM ESTAfter Words with Sybrina Fulton and Tracy MartinThe parents of Trayvon Martin, Sybrina Fulton and Tracy Martin, discuss their…
  • Monday

  • 12:00AM ESTAfter Words with Sybrina Fulton and Tracy MartinThe parents of Trayvon Martin, Sybrina Fulton and Tracy Martin, discuss their…
  • 2:00AM ESTUrban ForestsJill Jonnes examines the natural history of trees and their impact on…
  • 3:00AM ESTAfter Words with Sybrina Fulton and Tracy MartinThe parents of Trayvon Martin, Sybrina Fulton and Tracy Martin, discuss their…
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    4:00AM ESTPanel Discussion on America's HospitalsDr. David Agus, author of The Lucky Years, and Aubrey Serfling, CEO and…
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    5:00AM ESTSovereign DutyAttorney and U.S. Army veteran KrisAnne Hall outlines what citizens can do…

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