Texas Book Festival Episodes

2003, TV Show

Episode Detail: Kati Marton: The Great Escape: Nine Jews Who Fled Hitler and Changed the World - Texas Book Festival

Reporter Kati Marton discusses “The Great Escape,” which relates the stories of nine men who fled Hungary during the run-up to World War II.

Episodes: Texas Book Festival (52)

1/14/2012: Panel on Arab Spring
11/26/2011: Robert Morgan: Lions of the West
11/14/2011: Panel on American Debt
11/13/2011: Juan Williams: Muzzled
10/22/2011: Dana Priest: Top Secret America
12/4/2010: S.C. Gwynne: Empire of the Summer Moon
11/6/2010: C.J. Chivers: The Gun
11/6/2010: Karl Rove: Courage and Consequence
10/17/2010: Famous Fugitives
10/17/2010: Panel on President Obama
10/17/2010: The Drug Wars: Dispatches From the Border
10/17/2010: Ingrid Betancourt
10/17/2010: Sam Harris: The Moral Landscape
10/16/2010: Molly Caldwell Crosby: Asleep; Rebecca Skloot: The Immortal Life of Henrietta Lacks
10/16/2010: Eugene Robinson
10/16/2010: Age of Titans Panel
10/16/2010: ¡Poder!: Mexican American Civil Rights Struggles in Texas
10/16/2010: Michele Norris in Conversation With Isabel Wilkerson
10/16/2010: Witness to an Execution: Capital Punishment in America
1/16/2010: Howard Campbell: Drug War Zone
1/16/2010: James Boylston and Allen Wiener: David Crockett in Congress
12/12/2009: Lucas Powe Jr.: The Supreme Court and the American Elite
11/8/2009: Frank Luntz: What Americans Really Want...Really
11/9/2008: America---United We Stand?
11/9/2008: Bubblin' Crude---The Life and Times of Oil
11/9/2008: Memo to the President-Elect
11/9/2008: The War Over American Ideals
2/17/2008: Marcus Luttrell and Brandon Friedman on the War in Afghanistan
12/31/2007: Trish Wood: What Was Asked of Us---An Oral History of the Iraq War
12/26/2007: Tribute to Molly Ivins
12/8/2007: The Onion Presents 'Our Dumb World: Atlas of the Planet Earth'
12/1/2007: Sherman Alexie: Absolutely True Diary of a Part-Time Indian
3/11/2007: Kati Marton: The Great Escape: Nine Jews Who Fled Hitler and Changed the World
2/18/2007: Candice Millard: The River of Doubt: Theodore Roosevelt's Darkest Journey
1/21/2007: Thomas Cahill: Mysteries of the Middle Ages
1/7/2007: H.W. Brands: The Money Men: The History of American Capitalism
11/24/2006: Malika Oufkir: Freedom: The Story of My Second Life
11/24/2006: Joan Cheever: Back for the Dead: One Man's Search for the Men Who Walked Off America's Death Row
11/24/2006: Clark Kent Ervin: Open Target: Where America Is Most Vulnerable to Attack
11/24/2006: John Moe: Conservatize Me
11/23/2006: David Oshinsky: Polio: An American History
11/23/2006: Noah McCullough: The Essential Book of Presidential Triva
11/23/2006: Sonia Nazario: Enrique's Journey
11/18/2006: Alicia Shepard: Woodward and Bernstein: Life in the Shadow of Watergate
12/19/2005: Civil Rights Panel
11/19/2005: Drug Trade Panel
11/5/2005: Truth and Lies in Journalism
11/5/2005: Kinky Friedman: Texas Hold 'Em
10/29/2005: Bill Clinton: Keynote Address
10/29/2005: David McCullough: 1776
10/29/2005: When the News Went Live: Dallas 1963 Panel
10/29/2005: John Hope Franklin and Dan Rather

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