Q&A Schedule

Week of October 23 through November 22

All times and durations are subject to change

Sunday, October 24
8:00 PM EDT on RadioApprox. 58 min. Q&A with LaDoris CordellLaDoris Hazzard Cordell; Susan SwainRetired California superior court judge LaDoris Cordell, author of Her Honor, talked about ... Retired California superior court judge LaDoris Cordell, author of Her Honor, talked about the U.S. legal system and offered suggestions on how to improve it. She discussed the importance of judicial independence, mandatory minimum sentencing, racial bias in jury selections, police reform, and more. 8:00 PM EDT on C-SPANApprox. 58 min. Q&A with LaDoris CordellLaDoris Hazzard Cordell; Susan SwainRetired California superior court judge LaDoris Cordell, author of Her Honor, talked about ... Retired California superior court judge LaDoris Cordell, author of Her Honor, talked about the U.S. legal system and offered suggestions on how to improve it. She discussed the importance of judicial independence, mandatory minimum sentencing, racial bias in jury selections, police reform, and more.
11:00 PM EDT on C-SPANApprox. 58 min. Q&A with LaDoris CordellLaDoris Hazzard Cordell; Susan SwainRetired California superior court judge LaDoris Cordell, author of Her Honor, talked about ... Retired California superior court judge LaDoris Cordell, author of Her Honor, talked about the U.S. legal system and offered suggestions on how to improve it. She discussed the importance of judicial independence, mandatory minimum sentencing, racial bias in jury selections, police reform, and more.
Monday, October 25
5:15 AM EDT on RadioApprox. 58 min. Q&A with LaDoris CordellLaDoris Hazzard Cordell; Susan SwainRetired California superior court judge LaDoris Cordell, author of Her Honor, talked about ... Retired California superior court judge LaDoris Cordell, author of Her Honor, talked about the U.S. legal system and offered suggestions on how to improve it. She discussed the importance of judicial independence, mandatory minimum sentencing, racial bias in jury selections, police reform, and more. 6:00 AM EDT on C-SPANApprox. 58 min. Q&A with LaDoris CordellLaDoris Hazzard Cordell; Susan SwainRetired California superior court judge LaDoris Cordell, author of Her Honor, talked about ... Retired California superior court judge LaDoris Cordell, author of Her Honor, talked about the U.S. legal system and offered suggestions on how to improve it. She discussed the importance of judicial independence, mandatory minimum sentencing, racial bias in jury selections, police reform, and more.
Sunday, October 31
8:00 PM EDT on RadioApprox. 59 min. Q&A with Howard HusockHoward Husock; Susan SwainHoward Husock, senior fellow at the American Enterprise Institute, talked about his book, The ... Howard Husock, senior fellow at the American Enterprise Institute, talked about his book, The Poor Side of Town: And Why We Need It, on the more than 100-year effort by the federal government, private developers, and others to create low-cost housing in the United States. 8:00 PM EDT on C-SPANApprox. 59 min. Q&A with Howard HusockHoward Husock; Susan SwainHoward Husock, senior fellow at the American Enterprise Institute, talked about his book, The ... Howard Husock, senior fellow at the American Enterprise Institute, talked about his book, The Poor Side of Town: And Why We Need It, on the more than 100-year effort by the federal government, private developers, and others to create low-cost housing in the United States.
11:00 PM EDT on C-SPANApprox. 59 min. Q&A with Howard HusockHoward Husock; Susan SwainHoward Husock, senior fellow at the American Enterprise Institute, talked about his book, The ... Howard Husock, senior fellow at the American Enterprise Institute, talked about his book, The Poor Side of Town: And Why We Need It, on the more than 100-year effort by the federal government, private developers, and others to create low-cost housing in the United States.
Monday, November 1
3:57 AM EDT on RadioApprox. 59 min. Q&A with Howard HusockHoward Husock; Susan SwainHoward Husock, senior fellow at the American Enterprise Institute, talked about his book, The ... Howard Husock, senior fellow at the American Enterprise Institute, talked about his book, The Poor Side of Town: And Why We Need It, on the more than 100-year effort by the federal government, private developers, and others to create low-cost housing in the United States. 5:58 AM EDT on C-SPANApprox. 59 min. Q&A with Howard HusockHoward Husock; Susan SwainHoward Husock, senior fellow at the American Enterprise Institute, talked about his book, The ... Howard Husock, senior fellow at the American Enterprise Institute, talked about his book, The Poor Side of Town: And Why We Need It, on the more than 100-year effort by the federal government, private developers, and others to create low-cost housing in the United States. 3:57 PM EDT on RadioApprox. 59 min. Q&A with Howard HusockHoward Husock; Susan SwainHoward Husock, senior fellow at the American Enterprise Institute, talked about his book, The ... Howard Husock, senior fellow at the American Enterprise Institute, talked about his book, The Poor Side of Town: And Why We Need It, on the more than 100-year effort by the federal government, private developers, and others to create low-cost housing in the United States.
Sunday, November 7
8:00 PM EST on C-SPANApprox. 59 min. Q&A with Beth Levison and Jerry RisiusBeth Levinson; Jerry Risius; Susan SwainFilmmakers Beth Levison and Jerry Risius discussed their documentary, Storm Lake, about the ... Filmmakers Beth Levison and Jerry Risius discussed their documentary, Storm Lake, about the Storm Lake Times, a small town family-run newspaper in Iowa and its efforts to stay afloat amidst shrinking ad revenues and the coronavirus pandemic. In 2017, the editor of the newspaper, Art Cullen, was awarded the Pulitzer Prize for editorial writing. 11:00 PM EST on C-SPANApprox. 59 min. Q&A with Beth Levison and Jerry RisiusBeth Levinson; Jerry Risius; Susan SwainFilmmakers Beth Levison and Jerry Risius discussed their documentary, Storm Lake, about the ... Filmmakers Beth Levison and Jerry Risius discussed their documentary, Storm Lake, about the Storm Lake Times, a small town family-run newspaper in Iowa and its efforts to stay afloat amidst shrinking ad revenues and the coronavirus pandemic. In 2017, the editor of the newspaper, Art Cullen, was awarded the Pulitzer Prize for editorial writing.
Monday, November 8
5:58 AM EST on C-SPANApprox. 59 min. Q&A with Beth Levison and Jerry RisiusBeth Levinson; Jerry Risius; Susan SwainFilmmakers Beth Levison and Jerry Risius discussed their documentary, Storm Lake, about the ... Filmmakers Beth Levison and Jerry Risius discussed their documentary, Storm Lake, about the Storm Lake Times, a small town family-run newspaper in Iowa and its efforts to stay afloat amidst shrinking ad revenues and the coronavirus pandemic. In 2017, the editor of the newspaper, Art Cullen, was awarded the Pulitzer Prize for editorial writing.
Sunday, November 14
8:00 PM EST on RadioApprox. 58 min. Q&A with Randy Barnett and Evan BernickRandy E. Barnett; Evan Bernick; Susan SwainProfessors Randy Barnett and Evan Bernick talked about their book, The Original Meaning of the ... Professors Randy Barnett and Evan Bernick talked about their book, The Original Meaning of the 14th Amendment. They argued that the 14th Amendment, which gave the federal judiciary and Congress new powers over the states, has been misinterpreted by conservative and liberal judges alike since its adoption in 1868. 8:00 PM EST on C-SPANApprox. 58 min. Q&A with Randy Barnett and Evan BernickRandy E. Barnett; Evan Bernick; Susan SwainProfessors Randy Barnett and Evan Bernick talked about their book, The Original Meaning of the ... Professors Randy Barnett and Evan Bernick talked about their book, The Original Meaning of the 14th Amendment. They argued that the 14th Amendment, which gave the federal judiciary and Congress new powers over the states, has been misinterpreted by conservative and liberal judges alike since its adoption in 1868.
11:00 PM EST on C-SPANApprox. 58 min. Q&A with Randy Barnett and Evan BernickRandy E. Barnett; Evan Bernick; Susan SwainProfessors Randy Barnett and Evan Bernick talked about their book, The Original Meaning of the ... Professors Randy Barnett and Evan Bernick talked about their book, The Original Meaning of the 14th Amendment. They argued that the 14th Amendment, which gave the federal judiciary and Congress new powers over the states, has been misinterpreted by conservative and liberal judges alike since its adoption in 1868.
Monday, November 15
5:16 AM EST on RadioApprox. 58 min. Q&A with Randy Barnett and Evan BernickRandy E. Barnett; Evan Bernick; Susan SwainProfessors Randy Barnett and Evan Bernick talked about their book, The Original Meaning of the ... Professors Randy Barnett and Evan Bernick talked about their book, The Original Meaning of the 14th Amendment. They argued that the 14th Amendment, which gave the federal judiciary and Congress new powers over the states, has been misinterpreted by conservative and liberal judges alike since its adoption in 1868. 6:00 AM EST on C-SPANApprox. 58 min. Q&A with Randy Barnett and Evan BernickRandy E. Barnett; Evan Bernick; Susan SwainProfessors Randy Barnett and Evan Bernick talked about their book, The Original Meaning of the ... Professors Randy Barnett and Evan Bernick talked about their book, The Original Meaning of the 14th Amendment. They argued that the 14th Amendment, which gave the federal judiciary and Congress new powers over the states, has been misinterpreted by conservative and liberal judges alike since its adoption in 1868.
Sunday, November 21
7:59 PM EST on C-SPANApprox. 58 min. Q&A with Mayukh SenMayukh Sen; Susan SwainMayukh Sen, a James Beard Award-winning writer and adjunct professor of food journalism at New ... Mayukh Sen, a James Beard Award-winning writer and adjunct professor of food journalism at New York University, talked about his book, Taste Makers, in which he profiles seven immigrant women who transformed American cuisine during the second half of the 20th century. 10:59 PM EST on C-SPANApprox. 58 min. Q&A with Mayukh SenMayukh Sen; Susan SwainMayukh Sen, a James Beard Award-winning writer and adjunct professor of food journalism at New ... Mayukh Sen, a James Beard Award-winning writer and adjunct professor of food journalism at New York University, talked about his book, Taste Makers, in which he profiles seven immigrant women who transformed American cuisine during the second half of the 20th century.