Q&A Schedule

Week of January 17 through February 16

All times and durations are subject to change

Monday, January 17
5:20 AM EST on RadioApprox. 57 min. Q&A on NASA's DART Mission and James Webb Space TelescopeNancy Chabot; Meredith MacGregor; Susan SwainNancy Chabot from Johns Hopkins University’s Applied Physics Laboratory and Meredith ... Nancy Chabot from Johns Hopkins University’s Applied Physics Laboratory and Meredith MacGregor from University of Colorado Boulder discussed NASA’s Double Asteroid Redirection Test mission and the deployment of the James Webb Space Telescope. 6:00 AM EST on C-SPANApprox. 56 min. Q&A on NASA's DART Mission and James Webb Space TelescopeNancy Chabot; Meredith MacGregor; Susan SwainNancy Chabot from Johns Hopkins University’s Applied Physics Laboratory and Meredith ... Nancy Chabot from Johns Hopkins University’s Applied Physics Laboratory and Meredith MacGregor from University of Colorado Boulder discussed NASA’s Double Asteroid Redirection Test mission and the deployment of the James Webb Space Telescope.
Sunday, January 23
8:00 PM EST on RadioApprox. 59 min. Q&A with Robert SuttonSusan Swain; Robert K. SuttonRobert Sutton, former chief historian of the National Park Service, talked about his book, ... Robert Sutton, former chief historian of the National Park Service, talked about his book, Nazis on the Potomac: The Top-Secret Intelligence Operation that Helped Win World War II, the story of a secret military intelligence facility near Washington, D.C., where 3,000 high value Nazis were interrogated by U.S. servicemen during World War II. 8:00 PM EST on C-SPANApprox. 59 min. Q&A with Robert SuttonSusan Swain; Robert K. SuttonRobert Sutton, former chief historian of the National Park Service, talked about his book, ... Robert Sutton, former chief historian of the National Park Service, talked about his book, Nazis on the Potomac: The Top-Secret Intelligence Operation that Helped Win World War II, the story of a secret military intelligence facility near Washington, D.C., where 3,000 high value Nazis were interrogated by U.S. servicemen during World War II. 10:59 PM EST on C-SPANApprox. 59 min. Q&A with Robert SuttonSusan Swain; Robert K. SuttonRobert Sutton, former chief historian of the National Park Service, talked about his book, ... Robert Sutton, former chief historian of the National Park Service, talked about his book, Nazis on the Potomac: The Top-Secret Intelligence Operation that Helped Win World War II, the story of a secret military intelligence facility near Washington, D.C., where 3,000 high value Nazis were interrogated by U.S. servicemen during World War II.
Monday, January 24
5:14 AM EST on RadioApprox. 59 min. Q&A with Robert SuttonSusan Swain; Robert K. SuttonRobert Sutton, former chief historian of the National Park Service, talked about his book, ... Robert Sutton, former chief historian of the National Park Service, talked about his book, Nazis on the Potomac: The Top-Secret Intelligence Operation that Helped Win World War II, the story of a secret military intelligence facility near Washington, D.C., where 3,000 high value Nazis were interrogated by U.S. servicemen during World War II. 5:59 AM EST on C-SPANApprox. 59 min. Q&A with Robert SuttonSusan Swain; Robert K. SuttonRobert Sutton, former chief historian of the National Park Service, talked about his book, ... Robert Sutton, former chief historian of the National Park Service, talked about his book, Nazis on the Potomac: The Top-Secret Intelligence Operation that Helped Win World War II, the story of a secret military intelligence facility near Washington, D.C., where 3,000 high value Nazis were interrogated by U.S. servicemen during World War II.
Sunday, January 30
8:00 PM EST on RadioApprox. 57 min. Q&A with Ben RainesBen Raines; Susan SwainJournalist Ben Raines talked about The Last Slave Ship: The True Story of How Clotilda Was ... Journalist Ben Raines talked about The Last Slave Ship: The True Story of How Clotilda Was Found, Her Descendants, and an Extraordinary Reckoning. In his book, he told the story of Clotilda, a slave ship carrying 110 captives from Africa that arrived on U.S. shores in 1860, more than 50 years after the transatlantic slave trade was outlawed. 8:00 PM EST on C-SPANApprox. 57 min. Q&A with Ben RainesBen Raines; Susan SwainJournalist Ben Raines talked about The Last Slave Ship: The True Story of How Clotilda Was ... Journalist Ben Raines talked about The Last Slave Ship: The True Story of How Clotilda Was Found, Her Descendants, and an Extraordinary Reckoning. In his book, he told the story of Clotilda, a slave ship carrying 110 captives from Africa that arrived on U.S. shores in 1860, more than 50 years after the transatlantic slave trade was outlawed.
11:00 PM EST on C-SPANApprox. 57 min. Q&A with Ben RainesBen Raines; Susan SwainJournalist Ben Raines talked about The Last Slave Ship: The True Story of How Clotilda Was ... Journalist Ben Raines talked about The Last Slave Ship: The True Story of How Clotilda Was Found, Her Descendants, and an Extraordinary Reckoning. In his book, he told the story of Clotilda, a slave ship carrying 110 captives from Africa that arrived on U.S. shores in 1860, more than 50 years after the transatlantic slave trade was outlawed.
Monday, January 31
5:09 AM EST on RadioApprox. 57 min. Q&A with Ben RainesBen Raines; Susan SwainJournalist Ben Raines talked about The Last Slave Ship: The True Story of How Clotilda Was ... Journalist Ben Raines talked about The Last Slave Ship: The True Story of How Clotilda Was Found, Her Descendants, and an Extraordinary Reckoning. In his book, he told the story of Clotilda, a slave ship carrying 110 captives from Africa that arrived on U.S. shores in 1860, more than 50 years after the transatlantic slave trade was outlawed. 6:01 AM EST on C-SPANApprox. 57 min. Q&A with Ben RainesBen Raines; Susan SwainJournalist Ben Raines talked about The Last Slave Ship: The True Story of How Clotilda Was ... Journalist Ben Raines talked about The Last Slave Ship: The True Story of How Clotilda Was Found, Her Descendants, and an Extraordinary Reckoning. In his book, he told the story of Clotilda, a slave ship carrying 110 captives from Africa that arrived on U.S. shores in 1860, more than 50 years after the transatlantic slave trade was outlawed.
Sunday, February 6
8:00 PM EST on RadioApprox. 59 min. Q&A with Amy ZegartSusan Swain; Amy B. ZegartHoover Institution senior fellow Amy Zegart, the author of Spies, Lies, and Algorithms: The ... Hoover Institution senior fellow Amy Zegart, the author of Spies, Lies, and Algorithms: The History and Future of American Intelligence talked about the espionage threats facing the United States from China, Russia, Iran, and North Korea and assessed whether U.S. intelligence agencies are prepared to deal with those threats. 8:00 PM EST on C-SPANApprox. 58 min. Q&A with Amy ZegartSusan Swain; Amy B. ZegartHoover Institution senior fellow Amy Zegart, the author of Spies, Lies, and Algorithms: The ... Hoover Institution senior fellow Amy Zegart, the author of Spies, Lies, and Algorithms: The History and Future of American Intelligence talked about the espionage threats facing the United States from China, Russia, Iran, and North Korea and assessed whether U.S. intelligence agencies are prepared to deal with those threats. 11:00 PM EST on C-SPANApprox. 58 min. Q&A with Amy ZegartSusan Swain; Amy B. ZegartHoover Institution senior fellow Amy Zegart, the author of Spies, Lies, and Algorithms: The ... Hoover Institution senior fellow Amy Zegart, the author of Spies, Lies, and Algorithms: The History and Future of American Intelligence talked about the espionage threats facing the United States from China, Russia, Iran, and North Korea and assessed whether U.S. intelligence agencies are prepared to deal with those threats.
Monday, February 7
5:22 AM EST on RadioApprox. 59 min. Q&A with Amy ZegartSusan Swain; Amy B. ZegartHoover Institution senior fellow Amy Zegart, the author of Spies, Lies, and Algorithms: The ... Hoover Institution senior fellow Amy Zegart, the author of Spies, Lies, and Algorithms: The History and Future of American Intelligence talked about the espionage threats facing the United States from China, Russia, Iran, and North Korea and assessed whether U.S. intelligence agencies are prepared to deal with those threats. 6:00 AM EST on C-SPANApprox. 58 min. Q&A with Amy ZegartSusan Swain; Amy B. ZegartHoover Institution senior fellow Amy Zegart, the author of Spies, Lies, and Algorithms: The ... Hoover Institution senior fellow Amy Zegart, the author of Spies, Lies, and Algorithms: The History and Future of American Intelligence talked about the espionage threats facing the United States from China, Russia, Iran, and North Korea and assessed whether U.S. intelligence agencies are prepared to deal with those threats. 1:26 PM EST on RadioApprox. 59 min. Q&A with Amy ZegartSusan Swain; Amy B. ZegartHoover Institution senior fellow Amy Zegart, the author of Spies, Lies, and Algorithms: The ... Hoover Institution senior fellow Amy Zegart, the author of Spies, Lies, and Algorithms: The History and Future of American Intelligence talked about the espionage threats facing the United States from China, Russia, Iran, and North Korea and assessed whether U.S. intelligence agencies are prepared to deal with those threats.
Sunday, February 13
8:00 PM EST on RadioApprox. 57 min. Q&A with Erin ThompsonSusan Swain; Erin ThompsonErin Thompson, professor of art crime at the City University of New York and the author of ... Erin Thompson, professor of art crime at the City University of New York and the author of Smashing Statues, talked about the history of American monuments, the motivations for putting them up, and ongoing debates over which ones should be taken down. 8:00 PM EST on C-SPANApprox. 56 min. Q&A with Erin ThompsonSusan Swain; Erin ThompsonErin Thompson, professor of art crime at the City University of New York and the author of ... Erin Thompson, professor of art crime at the City University of New York and the author of Smashing Statues, talked about the history of American monuments, the motivations for putting them up, and ongoing debates over which ones should be taken down. 11:00 PM EST on C-SPANApprox. 56 min. Q&A with Erin ThompsonSusan Swain; Erin ThompsonErin Thompson, professor of art crime at the City University of New York and the author of ... Erin Thompson, professor of art crime at the City University of New York and the author of Smashing Statues, talked about the history of American monuments, the motivations for putting them up, and ongoing debates over which ones should be taken down.
Monday, February 14
5:31 AM EST on RadioApprox. 57 min. Q&A with Erin ThompsonSusan Swain; Erin ThompsonErin Thompson, professor of art crime at the City University of New York and the author of ... Erin Thompson, professor of art crime at the City University of New York and the author of Smashing Statues, talked about the history of American monuments, the motivations for putting them up, and ongoing debates over which ones should be taken down. 6:02 AM EST on C-SPANApprox. 56 min. Q&A with Erin ThompsonSusan Swain; Erin ThompsonErin Thompson, professor of art crime at the City University of New York and the author of ... Erin Thompson, professor of art crime at the City University of New York and the author of Smashing Statues, talked about the history of American monuments, the motivations for putting them up, and ongoing debates over which ones should be taken down.