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Nov. 28-Dec. 1, 2019
Book TV will begin four days of holiday weekend programming starting Thursday. We hope you enjoy these extra days of Book TV, and we thank you for watching all year long! Happy Thanksgiving!
Holiday Weekend Highlights:
In Depth with Jason Riley 
LIVE at noon ET Sunday 
Re-air at 2 pm and 10 pm ET Sunday 
Wall Street Journal  columnist Jason Riley joins us to talk about immigration, liberal politics and the black power movement in America. He is the author of Let Them In, Please Stop Helping Us and False Black Power?

Join us as Mr. Riley spends two hours responding to viewers' calls, Facebook  comments, emails and  tweets
In Depth  is a monthly LIVE author interview featuring your calls, e-mails and tweets for two hours.  
After Words  with Sarah Milov,  The Cigarette: A Political History 
10 pm ET Saturday, 9 pm and midnight ET Sunday, 3 am ET Monday 

University of Virginia history professor Sarah Milov explores the political history of tobacco in America. She's interviewed by former FDA Commissioner David Kessler.
Other Highlights:
Thursday
  • David Shulkin reflects on his time as the secretary of Veterans Affairs in the Trump administration 10 am ET
  • Nikki Haley recounts her time as U.S. ambassador to the UN in the Trump administration — 1:30 pm ET
  • Princeton University professor Imani Perry talks about African American history and racial inequality2:30 pm ET

Friday
  • Pulitzer Prize-winning investigative journalist Ronan Farrow details the efforts made to stifle his reporting 3:20 pm ET
  • Former Speaker of the House Newt Gingrich offers his thoughts on the threats the U.S. faces from China8 pm ET
  • Former Harvard Law School Dean Martha Minow questions whether forgiveness and amnesties can strengthen the justice system — 9 pm ET
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