Books and the World

Our television show Books and the World, the longest running book show in the nation, showcases authors in 30-minute interviews about their recent books. The program is recorded at the Cape Cod Community Media Center in Dennisport and airs on local access stations throughout the Cape region and around the state.

Our Hosts: Madeline Holt, Bob Silverberg, Dan Tritle.

Forthcoming interviews:

February, 2015:

  • Robert Waxler, The Risk of Reading
  • Barbara E. Struna, The Old Cape Teapot

March, 2015:

  • Judith Campbell, A Singular Mission
  • Wendy Shreve, Dark Sea
  • Catherine Allen, Revolutionary Retirement
  • Dwight Ritter, Grown’ Up White

Recent Interviews:

January, 2015:

  • Barbara Sillery, The Haunting of Cape Cod and the Islands
  • Gina Fava, The Sculptor

November, 2014:

  • Lily Poritz Miller, The Newcomers
  • Steven Manchester, Pressed Pennies

October, 2014:

  • Linda Williams, Through the Widow’s Window
  • Kathy Salzberg, Confessions of a Mad Groomer
  • Donna Walo-Clancy, Keep the Faith, Ellen McGuire
  • John Hough, Little Bighorn

September, 2014:

  • Diane Hester, Run to Me
  • Roger Landry, Live Long, Die Short: A Guide to Authentic Health and Successful Aging

August, 2014:

  • Velia Pola, A Bridge Between: Northern Italy Come Hell or High Water
  • Julie Sieben, Six Weeks to Love Running: How to Have a Love Affair with Running

June, 2014:

  • Anita Caruso, As Ever, Pudd: A Love Story that Never Ends, Told in Letters
  • C.L. Fornari, Coffee for Roses…And 70 Other Misleading Myths about Backyard Gardening
  • Chip Bishop, Quentin and Flora: A Roosevelt and a Vanderbilt in Love During the Great War
  • Kathryn Knight, Gull Harbor

May, 2014:

  • Abigail Reynolds, Mr. Darcy’s Noble Connections
  • Jeannie Coco, Rocks Through My Window
  • Yvonne deSousa, MS Madness: A “Giggle More, Cry Less” Story of Multiple Sclerosis
  • Shirley Pieters Vogel, Faith, Favorites, Fun and Fotos of Cape Cod

April, 2014:

  • Susan Santangelo, Class Reunions Can Be Murder
  • Edward Lodi, Murder on a Lonely Bog