Q&A Schedule

Week of May 26 through June 25

All times and durations are subject to change

Sunday, May 31
8:00 PM EDT on C-SPANApprox. 57 min. Q&A with Malcolm GladwellMalcolm Gladwell; Susan SwainMalcolm Gladwell discussed his new book, Talking to Strangers, about how people make ... Malcolm Gladwell discussed his new book, Talking to Strangers, about how people make judgments, often inaccurately, about strangers.
11:00 PM EDT on C-SPANApprox. 57 min. Q&A with Malcolm GladwellMalcolm Gladwell; Susan SwainMalcolm Gladwell discussed his new book, Talking to Strangers, about how people make ... Malcolm Gladwell discussed his new book, Talking to Strangers, about how people make judgments, often inaccurately, about strangers.
Monday, June 1
4:50 AM EDT on RadioApprox. 57 min. Q&A with Malcolm GladwellMalcolm Gladwell; Susan SwainMalcolm Gladwell discussed his new book, Talking to Strangers, about how people make ... Malcolm Gladwell discussed his new book, Talking to Strangers, about how people make judgments, often inaccurately, about strangers. 6:01 AM EDT on C-SPANApprox. 57 min. Q&A with Malcolm GladwellMalcolm Gladwell; Susan SwainMalcolm Gladwell discussed his new book, Talking to Strangers, about how people make ... Malcolm Gladwell discussed his new book, Talking to Strangers, about how people make judgments, often inaccurately, about strangers.
Tuesday, June 2
11:09 PM EDT on C-SPAN3Approx. 58 min. Q&A with Richard Norton SmithBrian Lamb; Richard Norton SmithPresidential historian Richard Norton Smith talked about An Uncommon Man, his biography of ... Presidential historian Richard Norton Smith talked about An Uncommon Man, his biography of President Herbert Hoover.
Wednesday, June 3
3:36 AM EDT on C-SPAN3Approx. 58 min. Q&A with Richard Norton SmithBrian Lamb; Richard Norton SmithPresidential historian Richard Norton Smith talked about An Uncommon Man, his biography of ... Presidential historian Richard Norton Smith talked about An Uncommon Man, his biography of President Herbert Hoover. 8:02 AM EDT on C-SPAN3Approx. 58 min. Q&A with Richard Norton SmithBrian Lamb; Richard Norton SmithPresidential historian Richard Norton Smith talked about An Uncommon Man, his biography of ... Presidential historian Richard Norton Smith talked about An Uncommon Man, his biography of President Herbert Hoover.
Sunday, June 7
6:03 PM EDT on C-SPAN2Approx. 58 min. Q&A with Margaret MacMillanBrian Lamb; Margaret MacMillanMargaret MacMillan was interviewed about her book Nixon and Mao: The Week That Changed the ... Margaret MacMillan was interviewed about her book Nixon and Mao: The Week That Changed the World, published by Random House. She described then President Nixon’s 1972 trip to China, details of planning the trip, the meetings between President Nixon and Chairman Mao, and U.S. views on the accomplishments of the meetings. 8:00 PM EDT on RadioApprox. 55 min. Q&A with Peggy Wallace KennedySusan Swain; Peggy Wallace KennedyPeggy Wallace Kennedy, the author of The Broken Road: George Wallace and a Daughter’s ... Peggy Wallace Kennedy, the author of The Broken Road: George Wallace and a Daughter’s Journey to Reconciliation, talked about her segregationist father’s controversial career as the former four-term Alabama governor and presidential candidate, and his later political conversion after almost being assassinated in 1972. She also talked about her friendship with Representative John Lewis (D-GA). The program includes clips from Governor Wallace’s famous “segregation forever” 1963 inaugural speech as well as an 1968 appearance on CBS News in which he explained his interpretation of what happened on March 7, 1965, between civil rights demonstrators and police officers on the Edmund Pettus Bridge in Selma, Alabama. A portion of an interview with Representative Lewis was also shown in which he explained how he forgave Mr. Wallace.

Peggy Wallace Kennedy is the author of The Broken Road: George Wallace and a Daughter’s Journey to Reconciliation.
8:00 PM EDT on C-SPANApprox. 55 min. Q&A with Peggy Wallace KennedySusan Swain; Peggy Wallace KennedyPeggy Wallace Kennedy, the author of The Broken Road: George Wallace and a Daughter’s ... Peggy Wallace Kennedy, the author of The Broken Road: George Wallace and a Daughter’s Journey to Reconciliation, talked about her segregationist father’s controversial career as the former four-term Alabama governor and presidential candidate, and his later political conversion after almost being assassinated in 1972. She also talked about her friendship with Representative John Lewis (D-GA). The program includes clips from Governor Wallace’s famous “segregation forever” 1963 inaugural speech as well as an 1968 appearance on CBS News in which he explained his interpretation of what happened on March 7, 1965, between civil rights demonstrators and police officers on the Edmund Pettus Bridge in Selma, Alabama. A portion of an interview with Representative Lewis was also shown in which he explained how he forgave Mr. Wallace.

Peggy Wallace Kennedy is the author of The Broken Road: George Wallace and a Daughter’s Journey to Reconciliation.
10:59 PM EDT on C-SPANApprox. 55 min. Q&A with Peggy Wallace KennedySusan Swain; Peggy Wallace KennedyPeggy Wallace Kennedy, the author of The Broken Road: George Wallace and a Daughter’s ... Peggy Wallace Kennedy, the author of The Broken Road: George Wallace and a Daughter’s Journey to Reconciliation, talked about her segregationist father’s controversial career as the former four-term Alabama governor and presidential candidate, and his later political conversion after almost being assassinated in 1972. She also talked about her friendship with Representative John Lewis (D-GA). The program includes clips from Governor Wallace’s famous “segregation forever” 1963 inaugural speech as well as an 1968 appearance on CBS News in which he explained his interpretation of what happened on March 7, 1965, between civil rights demonstrators and police officers on the Edmund Pettus Bridge in Selma, Alabama. A portion of an interview with Representative Lewis was also shown in which he explained how he forgave Mr. Wallace.

Peggy Wallace Kennedy is the author of The Broken Road: George Wallace and a Daughter’s Journey to Reconciliation.
Monday, June 8
4:50 AM EDT on RadioApprox. 55 min. Q&A with Peggy Wallace KennedySusan Swain; Peggy Wallace KennedyPeggy Wallace Kennedy, the author of The Broken Road: George Wallace and a Daughter’s ... Peggy Wallace Kennedy, the author of The Broken Road: George Wallace and a Daughter’s Journey to Reconciliation, talked about her segregationist father’s controversial career as the former four-term Alabama governor and presidential candidate, and his later political conversion after almost being assassinated in 1972. She also talked about her friendship with Representative John Lewis (D-GA). The program includes clips from Governor Wallace’s famous “segregation forever” 1963 inaugural speech as well as an 1968 appearance on CBS News in which he explained his interpretation of what happened on March 7, 1965, between civil rights demonstrators and police officers on the Edmund Pettus Bridge in Selma, Alabama. A portion of an interview with Representative Lewis was also shown in which he explained how he forgave Mr. Wallace.

Peggy Wallace Kennedy is the author of The Broken Road: George Wallace and a Daughter’s Journey to Reconciliation.
6:03 AM EDT on C-SPANApprox. 55 min. Q&A with Peggy Wallace KennedySusan Swain; Peggy Wallace KennedyPeggy Wallace Kennedy, the author of The Broken Road: George Wallace and a Daughter’s ... Peggy Wallace Kennedy, the author of The Broken Road: George Wallace and a Daughter’s Journey to Reconciliation, talked about her segregationist father’s controversial career as the former four-term Alabama governor and presidential candidate, and his later political conversion after almost being assassinated in 1972. She also talked about her friendship with Representative John Lewis (D-GA). The program includes clips from Governor Wallace’s famous “segregation forever” 1963 inaugural speech as well as an 1968 appearance on CBS News in which he explained his interpretation of what happened on March 7, 1965, between civil rights demonstrators and police officers on the Edmund Pettus Bridge in Selma, Alabama. A portion of an interview with Representative Lewis was also shown in which he explained how he forgave Mr. Wallace.

Peggy Wallace Kennedy is the author of The Broken Road: George Wallace and a Daughter’s Journey to Reconciliation.
Sunday, June 14
8:00 PM EDT on C-SPANApprox. 57 min. Q&A with Steve InskeepSteve Inskeep; Susan SwainSteve Inskeep, host of NPR’s “Morning Edition,” discussed his book, Imperfect ... Steve Inskeep, host of NPR’s “Morning Edition,” discussed his book, Imperfect Union, which chronicles John and Jessie Fremont and their exploration of the American West in the 19th century.
11:00 PM EDT on C-SPANApprox. 57 min. Q&A with Steve InskeepSteve Inskeep; Susan SwainSteve Inskeep, host of NPR’s “Morning Edition,” discussed his book, Imperfect ... Steve Inskeep, host of NPR’s “Morning Edition,” discussed his book, Imperfect Union, which chronicles John and Jessie Fremont and their exploration of the American West in the 19th century.
Monday, June 15
6:02 AM EDT on C-SPANApprox. 57 min. Q&A with Steve InskeepSteve Inskeep; Susan SwainSteve Inskeep, host of NPR’s “Morning Edition,” discussed his book, Imperfect ... Steve Inskeep, host of NPR’s “Morning Edition,” discussed his book, Imperfect Union, which chronicles John and Jessie Fremont and their exploration of the American West in the 19th century.
Sunday, June 21
8:00 PM EDT on RadioApprox. 59 min. Q&A with Peniel JosephPeniel E. Joseph; Susan SwainPeniel Joseph, a University of Texas history professor, talked about the activism and converging ... Peniel Joseph, a University of Texas history professor, talked about the activism and converging ideologies of Malcolm X and Martin Luther King Jr. and the importance of their thinking on the fight for civil rights in America, both during their lifetimes and in the present. Professor Joseph is the author of The Sword and the Shield: The Revolutionary Lives of Malcolm X and Martin Luther King Jr. 8:00 PM EDT on C-SPANApprox. 59 min. Q&A with Peniel JosephPeniel E. Joseph; Susan SwainPeniel Joseph, a University of Texas history professor, talked about the activism and converging ... Peniel Joseph, a University of Texas history professor, talked about the activism and converging ideologies of Malcolm X and Martin Luther King Jr. and the importance of their thinking on the fight for civil rights in America, both during their lifetimes and in the present. Professor Joseph is the author of The Sword and the Shield: The Revolutionary Lives of Malcolm X and Martin Luther King Jr.
11:00 PM EDT on C-SPANApprox. 59 min. Q&A with Peniel JosephPeniel E. Joseph; Susan SwainPeniel Joseph, a University of Texas history professor, talked about the activism and converging ... Peniel Joseph, a University of Texas history professor, talked about the activism and converging ideologies of Malcolm X and Martin Luther King Jr. and the importance of their thinking on the fight for civil rights in America, both during their lifetimes and in the present. Professor Joseph is the author of The Sword and the Shield: The Revolutionary Lives of Malcolm X and Martin Luther King Jr.
Monday, June 22
5:09 AM EDT on RadioApprox. 59 min. Q&A with Peniel JosephPeniel E. Joseph; Susan SwainPeniel Joseph, a University of Texas history professor, talked about the activism and converging ... Peniel Joseph, a University of Texas history professor, talked about the activism and converging ideologies of Malcolm X and Martin Luther King Jr. and the importance of their thinking on the fight for civil rights in America, both during their lifetimes and in the present. Professor Joseph is the author of The Sword and the Shield: The Revolutionary Lives of Malcolm X and Martin Luther King Jr. 5:59 AM EDT on C-SPANApprox. 59 min. Q&A with Peniel JosephPeniel E. Joseph; Susan SwainPeniel Joseph, a University of Texas history professor, talked about the activism and converging ... Peniel Joseph, a University of Texas history professor, talked about the activism and converging ideologies of Malcolm X and Martin Luther King Jr. and the importance of their thinking on the fight for civil rights in America, both during their lifetimes and in the present. Professor Joseph is the author of The Sword and the Shield: The Revolutionary Lives of Malcolm X and Martin Luther King Jr.