Well Read

Host Terry Tazioli sits down with popular and talented authors to explore their latest books. Following each hosted interview, Tazioli and Seattle Times Book Editor/National Book Critics Circle Board Member Mary Ann Gwinn discuss the focus of the show that week, and introduce viewers to related authors and books.

Well Read airs weekly on TVW Tuesdays at 7 & 10 p.m., with repeats throughout the weekend. Well Read also airs locally on UWTV, and is distributed by American Public Television to PBS and other public television stations around the nation -- the show can be seen in over 80% of the U.S.

To learn more, visit the new Well Read website at www.wellread.org.

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04/28/2015
1:00AM
26 Minutes

Well Read

Richard Ford, "Let Me Be Frank with You" -- Ford's protagonist Frank Bascombe is back, this time leading readers through a moving and funny comment on American life in the aftermath of Hurricane Sandy.

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04/21/2015
1:00AM
27 Minutes

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Anne Lamott, "Small Victories" -- New York Times' best-selling author Lamott writes about faith, family, hope and forgiveness in essays that are both wise and irreverent.

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04/14/2015
1:00AM
27 Minutes

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John Lanchester, "How to Speak Money" -- With wit and candor, Lanchester reveals how the world of finance really works: from the terms and conditions of your personal checking account to the evasions of bankers appearing in front of Congress.

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04/07/2015
1:00AM
27 Minutes

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Marlon James, "A Brief History of Seven Killings" -- Prize-winning novelist James' novel, set in 1970s Jamaica, explores the story of who tried to kill Bob Marley during a tense election in that country, and explodes from there.

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Well Read airs on TVW:

Tuesdays at 7 & 10 p.m.

Fridays at 8:30pm

Well Read also airs on UWTV, Pierce County TV and on PBS stations across the U.S