Q&A Schedule

Week of November 22 through December 22

All times and durations are subject to change

Sunday, November 24
7:59 PM EST on C-SPANApprox. 58 min. Q&A with Lara BrownLara Michelle Brown; Susan SwainLara Brown, author of Jockeying for the American Presidency, talked about the development ... Lara Brown, author of Jockeying for the American Presidency, talked about the development of the presidential nominating system. She looked back to the Constitutional Convention to understand how the founders envisioned the election of a chief executive for the new American democracy, and then through the conventions, primary system and ongoing debates over the Electoral College. Ms. Brown is the political management school director at George Washington University. 8:00 PM EST on RadioApprox. 58 min. Q&A with Lara BrownLara Michelle Brown; Susan SwainLara Brown, author of Jockeying for the American Presidency, talked about the development ... Lara Brown, author of Jockeying for the American Presidency, talked about the development of the presidential nominating system. She looked back to the Constitutional Convention to understand how the founders envisioned the election of a chief executive for the new American democracy, and then through the conventions, primary system and ongoing debates over the Electoral College. Ms. Brown is the political management school director at George Washington University. 11:00 PM EST on RadioApprox. 58 min. Q&A with Lara BrownLara Michelle Brown; Susan SwainLara Brown, author of Jockeying for the American Presidency, talked about the development ... Lara Brown, author of Jockeying for the American Presidency, talked about the development of the presidential nominating system. She looked back to the Constitutional Convention to understand how the founders envisioned the election of a chief executive for the new American democracy, and then through the conventions, primary system and ongoing debates over the Electoral College. Ms. Brown is the political management school director at George Washington University.
11:00 PM EST on C-SPANApprox. 58 min. Q&A with Lara BrownLara Michelle Brown; Susan SwainLara Brown, author of Jockeying for the American Presidency, talked about the development ... Lara Brown, author of Jockeying for the American Presidency, talked about the development of the presidential nominating system. She looked back to the Constitutional Convention to understand how the founders envisioned the election of a chief executive for the new American democracy, and then through the conventions, primary system and ongoing debates over the Electoral College. Ms. Brown is the political management school director at George Washington University.
Monday, November 25
4:50 AM EST on RadioApprox. 58 min. Q&A with Lara BrownLara Michelle Brown; Susan SwainLara Brown, author of Jockeying for the American Presidency, talked about the development ... Lara Brown, author of Jockeying for the American Presidency, talked about the development of the presidential nominating system. She looked back to the Constitutional Convention to understand how the founders envisioned the election of a chief executive for the new American democracy, and then through the conventions, primary system and ongoing debates over the Electoral College. Ms. Brown is the political management school director at George Washington University. 5:59 AM EST on C-SPANApprox. 58 min. Q&A with Lara BrownLara Michelle Brown; Susan SwainLara Brown, author of Jockeying for the American Presidency, talked about the development ... Lara Brown, author of Jockeying for the American Presidency, talked about the development of the presidential nominating system. She looked back to the Constitutional Convention to understand how the founders envisioned the election of a chief executive for the new American democracy, and then through the conventions, primary system and ongoing debates over the Electoral College. Ms. Brown is the political management school director at George Washington University. 5:51 PM EST on C-SPANApprox. 58 min. Q&A with Lara BrownLara Michelle Brown; Susan SwainLara Brown, author of Jockeying for the American Presidency, talked about the development ... Lara Brown, author of Jockeying for the American Presidency, talked about the development of the presidential nominating system. She looked back to the Constitutional Convention to understand how the founders envisioned the election of a chief executive for the new American democracy, and then through the conventions, primary system and ongoing debates over the Electoral College. Ms. Brown is the political management school director at George Washington University.
Thursday, November 28
8:00 AM EST on C-SPAN3Approx. 58 min. Q&A with William SealeBrian Lamb; William SealeWilliam Seale talked about his book The President’s House: A History (The Johns ... William Seale talked about his book The President’s House: A History (The Johns Hopkins University Press; 2nd edition, April 23, 2008/ White House Historical Association; Deluxe Edition, September 2008). This is a two volume set on the history of the White House and the people who lived there. Mr. Seale also talked about his career. Mr. Seale is the author of many other books including The White House: History of an American Idea. He has been involved in restoration projects of many state capitols including Mississippi, Florida, Kansas, Michigan, and Ohio. He is the editor of White House History, a journal of the White House Historical Association. Mr. Seale also talked about “White House Week,” C-SPAN’s seven night look at the White House beginning that weekend. 5:15 PM EST on C-SPAN3Approx. 58 min. Q&A with William SealeBrian Lamb; William SealeWilliam Seale talked about his book The President’s House: A History (The Johns ... William Seale talked about his book The President’s House: A History (The Johns Hopkins University Press; 2nd edition, April 23, 2008/ White House Historical Association; Deluxe Edition, September 2008). This is a two volume set on the history of the White House and the people who lived there. Mr. Seale also talked about his career. Mr. Seale is the author of many other books including The White House: History of an American Idea. He has been involved in restoration projects of many state capitols including Mississippi, Florida, Kansas, Michigan, and Ohio. He is the editor of White House History, a journal of the White House Historical Association. Mr. Seale also talked about “White House Week,” C-SPAN’s seven night look at the White House beginning that weekend.
Saturday, November 30
9:59 PM EST on RadioApprox. 1 hr. Q&A with William SealeBrian Lamb; William SealeWilliam Seale talked about his book The President’s House: A History (The Johns ... William Seale talked about his book The President’s House: A History (The Johns Hopkins University Press; 2nd edition, April 23, 2008/ White House Historical Association; Deluxe Edition, September 2008). This is a two volume set on the history of the White House and the people who lived there. Mr. Seale also talked about his career. Mr. Seale is the author of many other books including The White House: History of an American Idea. He has been involved in restoration projects of many state capitols including Mississippi, Florida, Kansas, Michigan, and Ohio. He is the editor of White House History, a journal of the White House Historical Association. Mr. Seale also talked about “White House Week,” C-SPAN’s seven night look at the White House beginning that weekend.
Sunday, December 1
7:59 PM EST on C-SPANApprox. 54 min. Q&A with Patty RhulePatty Rhule; Susan SwainPatty Rhule talked about Patty how the press has covered American presidents over the course of ... Patty Rhule talked about Patty how the press has covered American presidents over the course of U.S. history. She discussed the inherent tension between presidents and the press, presidents who have been the focus of critical and even acrimonious coverage, and how coverage of presidents has changed as a result of the Nixon administration’s Watergate scandal. Ms. Rhule is vice president of the Newseum’s content and exhibit development and a founding editor of USA Today. 8:00 PM EST on RadioApprox. 54 min. Q&A with Patty RhulePatty Rhule; Susan SwainPatty Rhule talked about Patty how the press has covered American presidents over the course of ... Patty Rhule talked about Patty how the press has covered American presidents over the course of U.S. history. She discussed the inherent tension between presidents and the press, presidents who have been the focus of critical and even acrimonious coverage, and how coverage of presidents has changed as a result of the Nixon administration’s Watergate scandal. Ms. Rhule is vice president of the Newseum’s content and exhibit development and a founding editor of USA Today. 11:00 PM EST on RadioApprox. 54 min. Q&A with Patty RhulePatty Rhule; Susan SwainPatty Rhule talked about Patty how the press has covered American presidents over the course of ... Patty Rhule talked about Patty how the press has covered American presidents over the course of U.S. history. She discussed the inherent tension between presidents and the press, presidents who have been the focus of critical and even acrimonious coverage, and how coverage of presidents has changed as a result of the Nixon administration’s Watergate scandal. Ms. Rhule is vice president of the Newseum’s content and exhibit development and a founding editor of USA Today.
11:00 PM EST on C-SPANApprox. 54 min. Q&A with Patty RhulePatty Rhule; Susan SwainPatty Rhule talked about Patty how the press has covered American presidents over the course of ... Patty Rhule talked about Patty how the press has covered American presidents over the course of U.S. history. She discussed the inherent tension between presidents and the press, presidents who have been the focus of critical and even acrimonious coverage, and how coverage of presidents has changed as a result of the Nixon administration’s Watergate scandal. Ms. Rhule is vice president of the Newseum’s content and exhibit development and a founding editor of USA Today.
Monday, December 2
5:56 AM EST on RadioApprox. 54 min. Q&A with Patty RhulePatty Rhule; Susan SwainPatty Rhule talked about Patty how the press has covered American presidents over the course of ... Patty Rhule talked about Patty how the press has covered American presidents over the course of U.S. history. She discussed the inherent tension between presidents and the press, presidents who have been the focus of critical and even acrimonious coverage, and how coverage of presidents has changed as a result of the Nixon administration’s Watergate scandal. Ms. Rhule is vice president of the Newseum’s content and exhibit development and a founding editor of USA Today. 6:03 AM EST on C-SPANApprox. 54 min. Q&A with Patty RhulePatty Rhule; Susan SwainPatty Rhule talked about Patty how the press has covered American presidents over the course of ... Patty Rhule talked about Patty how the press has covered American presidents over the course of U.S. history. She discussed the inherent tension between presidents and the press, presidents who have been the focus of critical and even acrimonious coverage, and how coverage of presidents has changed as a result of the Nixon administration’s Watergate scandal. Ms. Rhule is vice president of the Newseum’s content and exhibit development and a founding editor of USA Today. 12:35 PM EST on C-SPANApprox. 54 min. Q&A with Patty RhulePatty Rhule; Susan SwainPatty Rhule talked about Patty how the press has covered American presidents over the course of ... Patty Rhule talked about Patty how the press has covered American presidents over the course of U.S. history. She discussed the inherent tension between presidents and the press, presidents who have been the focus of critical and even acrimonious coverage, and how coverage of presidents has changed as a result of the Nixon administration’s Watergate scandal. Ms. Rhule is vice president of the Newseum’s content and exhibit development and a founding editor of USA Today.
Sunday, December 8
7:49 PM EST on C-SPAN3Approx. 6 min. Q&A with John DoarJohn M. Doar; Brian LambJohn Doar, former assistant attorney general for civil rights in the Kennedy and Johnson ... John Doar, former assistant attorney general for civil rights in the Kennedy and Johnson administrations, talked about his involvement in several major civil rights events during the 1960s.

In 1962, he worked to gain the entry of James Meredith into the then-segregated University of Mississippi. In 1963, he confronted and calmed protesters in Jackson, Mississippi, after the assassination of Medgar Evers. He also prosecuted and convicted many individuals on federal civil rights violations including those accused of killing three Mississippi civil rights workers, which was later depicted in movie Mississippi Burning. In 1974, he became chief counsel for the House Judiciary Committee’s investigation of Watergate and helped to prepare articles of impeachment against President Nixon.
7:59 PM EST on C-SPANApprox. 57 min. Q&A with Holly JacksonSusan Swain; Holly JacksonUniversity of Massachusetts Professor Holly Jackson discussed her book American Radicals, ... University of Massachusetts Professor Holly Jackson discussed her book American Radicals, about the people, inspired by the Founding Fathers, who worked to spread freedom and equality in the United States during the 19th century. 10:59 PM EST on C-SPANApprox. 57 min. Q&A with Holly JacksonSusan Swain; Holly JacksonUniversity of Massachusetts Professor Holly Jackson discussed her book American Radicals, ... University of Massachusetts Professor Holly Jackson discussed her book American Radicals, about the people, inspired by the Founding Fathers, who worked to spread freedom and equality in the United States during the 19th century.
11:49 PM EST on C-SPAN3Approx. 6 min. Q&A with John DoarJohn M. Doar; Brian LambJohn Doar, former assistant attorney general for civil rights in the Kennedy and Johnson ... John Doar, former assistant attorney general for civil rights in the Kennedy and Johnson administrations, talked about his involvement in several major civil rights events during the 1960s.

In 1962, he worked to gain the entry of James Meredith into the then-segregated University of Mississippi. In 1963, he confronted and calmed protesters in Jackson, Mississippi, after the assassination of Medgar Evers. He also prosecuted and convicted many individuals on federal civil rights violations including those accused of killing three Mississippi civil rights workers, which was later depicted in movie Mississippi Burning. In 1974, he became chief counsel for the House Judiciary Committee’s investigation of Watergate and helped to prepare articles of impeachment against President Nixon.
Monday, December 9
6:01 AM EST on C-SPANApprox. 57 min. Q&A with Holly JacksonSusan Swain; Holly JacksonUniversity of Massachusetts Professor Holly Jackson discussed her book American Radicals, ... University of Massachusetts Professor Holly Jackson discussed her book American Radicals, about the people, inspired by the Founding Fathers, who worked to spread freedom and equality in the United States during the 19th century.
Sunday, December 15
8:00 PM EST on C-SPANApprox. 58 min. Q&A with Dr. Azra RazaAzra Raza M.D.; Susan SwainDr. Azra Raza, professor of medicine and director of the MDS Center at Columbia University, took a ... Dr. Azra Raza, professor of medicine and director of the MDS Center at Columbia University, took a critical look at the way we have treated cancer in the United States since the early 1970s and discussed how patient care can be improved. 11:00 PM EST on C-SPANApprox. 58 min. Q&A with Dr. Azra RazaAzra Raza M.D.; Susan SwainDr. Azra Raza, professor of medicine and director of the MDS Center at Columbia University, took a ... Dr. Azra Raza, professor of medicine and director of the MDS Center at Columbia University, took a critical look at the way we have treated cancer in the United States since the early 1970s and discussed how patient care can be improved.
Monday, December 16
6:00 AM EST on C-SPANApprox. 58 min. Q&A with Dr. Azra RazaAzra Raza M.D.; Susan SwainDr. Azra Raza, professor of medicine and director of the MDS Center at Columbia University, took a ... Dr. Azra Raza, professor of medicine and director of the MDS Center at Columbia University, took a critical look at the way we have treated cancer in the United States since the early 1970s and discussed how patient care can be improved.