100 WVIA Way
Pittston, PA 18640

Phone: 570-826-6144
Fax: 570-655-1180

Copyright © 2024 WVIA, all rights reserved. WVIA is a 501(c)(3) not-for-profit organization.
Play Live Radio
Next Up:
0:00
0:00
0:00 0:00
Available On Air Stations

UNUM Chat: Ken Burns and Cassidy Hutchinson

Season 2024 Episode 1 | 45m 21s

Ken Burns sits down with Cassidy Hutchinson, former White House aide for Mark Meadows and witness to the Capitol riot on January 6, to discuss her new book, ENOUGH, what she sees as the consequences of a second Trump presidency, and her experience in the final days of the January 6th investigation.

Aired: 01/31/24
Extras
Ken Burns sits down with the iconic journalist, and host of the On Being podcast, Krista Tippett.
Ken Burns and best-selling author Erik Larson talk about his new book on the Civil War.
Ken Burns sits down with award-winning sportswriter and MLB field reporter, Ken Rosenthal.
Ken Burns and Rachel Maddow in conversation.
Ken Burns and Drew Faust in conversation.
Ken Burns in conversation with Margaret Renkl.
Ken Burns, Dayton Duncan, and Julie Dunfey discuss their final film as collaborators.
Ken Burns and Michael Kimmelman celebrate the Brooklyn Bridge's 140th anniversary.
US Senator Sherrod Brown considers the legacy of the United Mine Workers Strike of 1902.
Ken Burns considers the struggle female musicians often face against men in the industry.
Latest Episodes
All
  • All
  • Ken Burns UNUM Season 2024
  • UNUM Content
  • UNUM Shorts
Ken Burns sits down with the iconic journalist, and host of the On Being podcast, Krista Tippett.
Ken Burns and best-selling author Erik Larson talk about his new book on the Civil War.
Ken Burns sits down with award-winning sportswriter and MLB field reporter, Ken Rosenthal.
Ken Burns and Rachel Maddow in conversation.
Ken Burns and Drew Faust in conversation.
Ken Burns in conversation with Margaret Renkl.
Ken Burns, Dayton Duncan, and Julie Dunfey discuss their final film as collaborators.
Ken Burns and Michael Kimmelman celebrate the Brooklyn Bridge's 140th anniversary.
US Senator Sherrod Brown considers the legacy of the United Mine Workers Strike of 1902.
Ken Burns considers baseball's role in pulling the nation forward.