Sunday, December 4, 2016

A Tour of Abraham Lincoln’s New Salem, where He Lived in...

From the Illinois Channel archives, We take a tour of New Salem Illinois, the reconstructed town of the 1830s, where Abraham Lincoln spent 7...

Historian Mark DePue on Fighting in the Trenches of WWI

From the Lincoln Presidential Library and Museum:   Historian Mark DePue, a former Army officer, gives an overview of the fighting in WWI, the...

One on One with Author Alan Manning: “Father Lincoln”

From Springfield:  We talk with author Alan Manning about his new book, "Father Lincoln" which recounts Abraham's experiences as a father to four sons...

From 1956, the First Televised Presidential Debate, Adlai Stevenson vs Estes...

FLORIDA, 1956 :  Many believe the first presidential televised debate was between Republican Vice President Richard Nixon, and Democratic Presidential nominee, Sen John F....

Civil War Fathers

Author Tim Pletkovich, talks about his book, "Civil War Fathers" which tells the story of the aging Civil War veterans, who started families when...

Sebastian Gorka, author of “Defeating Jihad: The Winnable War”

We talk with Sebastian Gorka, author of "Defeating Jihad: The Winnable War" about the strategies that need to be employed to defeat ISIS in...

Author of “Perverted Justice” on a Strange Tale of Justice Gone...

Pulitzer Prize winning author, Bill Crawford, takes his investigative skills into the nearly unbelievable story of how one man was released from prison for...

Giant City State Park

From Southern Illinois: While many think of Illinois as flat farmland, we travel to the hilly, rocky and forested landscape of Southern Illinois.  Here,...

Author Jim Bearden, Discusses Lessons in his book, “The Relentless Search...

From Chicago:  We talk with author and consultant, Jim Bearden, about his book, "The Relentless Search for Better Ways" about achieving Individual and Organizational...

The Future of Public Media

Window to the World Communications President and CEO Dan Schmidt delivers an address on the future of public media to the City Club of...

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Historian Mark DePue: Preserving Illinois’ Oral History

From the Abraham Lincoln Presidential Library:  We talk with historian and fmr military officer, Mark DePue on his work of conducting indepth oral history...

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