Home » Archive

Articles tagged with: history

On The Line »

[23 May 2017]

The New York Times reporter Jack Ewing discusses his new book Faster, Higher, Farther: The Volkswagen Scandal (W.W. Norton, 2017), with Joseph Planta.

On The Line »

[18 May 2017]

The war journalist and contributing writer to the New York Times Magazine Scott Anderson discusses his new book Fractured Lands: How the Arab World Came Apart (Signal, 2017), a look at the Middle East following the Arab Spring through today and into the future, with Joseph Planta.

On The Line »

[15 May 2017]

The retired Canadian Amry veteran, Colonel John Conrad discusses his new book Among the Walking Wounded: Soldiers, Survival, and PTSD (Dundurn, 2017), with Joseph Planta.

On The Line »

[10 May 2017]

The artist and author Lorina Mapa discusses her new graphic novel Duran Duran, Imelda Marcos, and Me (Conundrum Press, 2017), a look at her family, growing up and living in the Philippines during the 1970s and 1980s, and the country itself, with Joseph Planta.

On The Line »

[26 Apr 2017]

The bestselling historian Lynne Olson discusses her new book, Last Hope Island: Britain, Occupied Europe, and the Brotherhood That Helped Turn the Tide of War (Random House, 2017), with Joseph Planta.

On The Line »

[24 Apr 2017]

The prolific author Ray Argyle discusses his new novel, his first work of fiction, An Act of Injustice (Mosaic Press, 2017), the historical figures it’s based on, and the contemporary themes like a serious reform of the justice system, and more, with Joseph Planta.

On The Line »

[17 Apr 2017]

The author and historian John Boyko discusses his new book Sir John’s Echo: The Voice for a Stronger Canada (Dundurn, 2017), with Joseph Planta.

On The Line »

[13 Apr 2017]

The Pulitzer Prize winning journalist and author Paul Watson discusses his new book Ice Ghosts: The Epic Hunt for the Lost Franklin Expedition (McClelland & Stewart, 2017), with Joseph Planta.

On The Line »

[10 Apr 2017]

The award-winning writer and journalist Alisa Smith discusses her debut novel, Speakeasy (Douglas & McIntyre, 2017), set in the Pacific Northwest in the Depression and through to World War II, it looks at crime, espionage, loyalty and more, with Joseph Planta.

On The Line »

[23 Mar 2017]

The journalist Meredith Wadman discusses her new book The Vaccine Race: Science, Politics, and the Human Costs of Defeating Disease (Viking, 2017), with Joseph Planta.