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  • C-SPAN 1 & 2 (times e.t.)

    Posted by Ginny on March 25th, 2005 (All posts by )

    Book TV Schedule. C-SPAN 1 schedule. Topics from After Words and Q&A follow.

    Note: At this point all the links seem to work but the sites themselves are intermittently down.

    On C-SPAN 1, Lamb Q[uestions] & Paul Weyrich of Free Congress Foundation, Chairman & CEO A[nswers] (8:00 p.m. and again 11:00). He ” talks about starting the Heritage Foundation and being a part of the conservative movement in Washington.”

    “After Words has an interesting match-up discussion, appropriately for Easter Sunday (given C-Span’s mission); “Jim Wallis, editor of Sojourners magazine discusses his book, God’s Politics: Why the Right Gets It Wrong and the Left Doesn’t Get It. He is interviewed by Former Congressman Randy Tate, who led the Christian Coalition from 1997-1999.” (6:00 & 9:00 p.m. Sunday). At midnight on Saturday, last week’s interview (of Ari Fleischer by Karen Hosler) is rerun.

    Book TV emphasizes the following: Sat at 9:15 pm, Sun at 10:30 am & Mon at 1:00 am, Jeffrey Sachs The End of Poverty: Economic Possibilities for Our Time.

    Sun at 9:45 am &t 7:00 pm Mona Charen Do-Gooders: How Liberals Hurt Those They Claim to Help (and the Rest of Us)

    Sat at 12:00 pm Robert Boynton The New New Journalism
    Public Lives: Philip Short, Pol Pot: Anatomy of A NightmareSunday at midnight.

    Encore Booknotes Sat at 7 p.m.: Ralph David Abernathy, And the Walls Came Tumbling Down: An Autobiography

    A panel last week was interrupted by the reconvening of Congress; taped, it may appear later. Contrasting research & experience, the general with the particular, it draws some useful lines. These two were not used to reach a higher understanding, at least in the section broadcast. Rather, a stark contrast emerged from two different approaches to analyzing behavior as well as dealing with the quite commonsensical notion that sexual differences are biological as well as societal. My opinion: the wavering voices reflect the ivory tower, where dissension (and common sense) are left at the other side of the moat. Titled “Gender Differences: How Significant Are They?”: the panel consisted of Steven Rhoads, author of Taking Sex Differences Seriously and Andrea Buchanan, author of Mother Shock. The moderator was Claire Caplan of the UVA Women’s Center.