Hillsdale Dialogues: Two-Episode Special

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2018-01-12 18:48:46
Hillsdale Dialogues “Gary Oldman at Hillsdale College” Date Aired: December 22, 2017 Larry P. Arnn joins Hugh Hewitt for this episode of the Hillsdale Dialogues to talk about the new film Darkest Hour, starring Gary Oldman, who recently won a Golden Globe for his stellar portrayal of Winston Churchill. The broadcast also features clips from Dr. Arnn’s recent panel discussion with Gary Oldman and producer Doug Urbanski at Hillsdale College. Listen now info.hillsdale.edu/e1t/sc2/Mm-nFbkL8ZBW51RdJB85s4fYW4NJV4x6W2CNkW6crlcm4P0ZXRf1CYJMH03 “The Trump Administration” Date Aired: January 5, 2018 On this first episode of 2018, Larry P. Arnn and Hugh Hewitt consider current events regarding the Trump administration, Michael Wolff’s new book, and Steve Bannon. They also continue their discussion of Darkest Hour and World War II. Listen now info.hillsdale.edu/e1t/sc2/Mm-nFbkL8ZBW51RdJB85s4fYW4NJV4x6W2CNkW6crlcm4P0ZXRf1CYJMH13 About Hillsdale Dialogues The Hillsdale Dialogues feature Hillsdale College President Larry P. Arnn, nationally syndicated radio host Hugh Hewitt, and other members of the Hillsdale faculty discussing current events, the Great Books, and notable figures of Western Civilization and American history. New dialogues are broadcast every Friday during the third hour of The Hugh Hewitt Show. Separator1 Hillsdale College refuses every penny of state and federal funding—even indirectly in the form of student grants or loans. The Hillsdale Dialogues and other educational resources are provided free of charge to millions of Americans through the generous support of donors nationwide. Please support the College’s educational mission (info.hillsdale.edu/e1t/sc2/Mm-nFbkL8ZBW51RdJB85s4fYW4NJV4x6W2CNkW6crlcm4P0ZXRf1CYJMH23 ) with a tax-deductible gift today and help ensure the College can continue to make these and other educational resources available in the future. Hillsdale College 33 East College St Hillsdale, MI 49242 USA You received this email because you are subscribed to Online Courses from Hillsdale College. Update your email preferences (info.hillsdale.edu/hs/manage-preferences/unsubscribe ) to choose the types of emails you receive or to unsubscribe (info.hillsdale.edu/hs/manage-preferences/unsubscribe ) .
“Gary Oldman at Hillsdale College.” Date Aired: December 22, 2017. Larry P. Arnn joins Hugh Hewitt for this episode of the Hillsdale Dialogues to talk about the new film Darkest Hour, starring Gary Oldman, who recently won a Golden Globe for his stellar portrayal of Winston Churchill. The broadcast also features clips from Dr. Arnn’s recent panel discussion with Gary Oldman and producer Doug Urbanski at Hillsdale College.
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“Gary Oldman at Hillsdale College”

Date Aired: December 22, 2017

Larry P. Arnn joins Hugh Hewitt for this episode of the Hillsdale Dialogues to talk about the new film Darkest Hour, starring Gary Oldman, who recently won a Golden Globe for his stellar portrayal of Winston Churchill. The broadcast also features clips from Dr. Arnn’s recent panel discussion with Gary Oldman and producer Doug Urbanski at Hillsdale College.

Listen now

“The Trump Administration”

Date Aired: January 5, 2018

On this first episode of 2018, Larry P. Arnn and Hugh Hewitt consider current events regarding the Trump administration, Michael Wolff’s new book, and Steve Bannon. They also continue their discussion of Darkest Hour and World War II.

Listen now


About Hillsdale Dialogues

The Hillsdale Dialogues feature Hillsdale College President Larry P. Arnn, nationally syndicated radio host Hugh Hewitt, and other members of the Hillsdale faculty discussing current events, the Great Books, and notable figures of Western Civilization and American history. New dialogues are broadcast every Friday during the third hour of The Hugh Hewitt Show.

Separator1

Hillsdale College refuses every penny of state and federal funding—even indirectly in the form of student grants or loans. The Hillsdale Dialogues and other educational resources are provided free of charge to millions of Americans through the generous support of donors nationwide.

Please support the College’s educational mission with a tax-deductible gift today and help ensure the College can continue to make these and other educational resources available in the future.