Michael Signer

Author Michael Signer joins Coy to discuss his new book, Becoming Madison.

Robert McChesney

Media, democracy and citizenship.

Lou Ureneck May18

Lou Ureneck

Author and Professor of Journalism Lou Ureneck joins Coy to discuss his latest book, The Great Fire

Vicki Howard May18

Vicki Howard

Historian Vicki Howard explores the history of the shopping in America.

John Whitehead

John Whitehead discusses his recently released book, Battlefield America.

Burt Neuborne

Everything you thought you knew about the First Amendment is wrong.

Andrew Burstein

Author and historian Andrew Burstein discusses his most recent book, Democracy’s Muse.

Sean McFate

Author, scholar and U.S. Army veteran Sean McFate discusses the runaway use of private armies around the world.

Andrew Burstein

Best-selling and award-winning author and historian Andrew Burstein joins Coy to discuss his forthcoming new book about Thomas Jefferson, “Democracy’s Muse.”

John Nagl

Author, veteran and counterinsurgency expert John Nagl joins Coy for a candid conversation about America’s military force and our place in the world order.

Rick Perlstein

Best-selling author, historian and essayist Rick Perstein, joins Coy to discuss his most recent work, The Invisible Bridge.

Clive Thompson Jan20

Clive Thompson

Technology writer and celebrated author Clive Thompson joins Coy to explore the world of new media, Net Neutrality, McLuhan’s “rear view mirror” and much more.

Justin Martin

Long before the hippies, there was Walt Whitman and the gang at Pfaff’s Saloon in NYC.

Peter J. Spiro

Is the very concept of “citizenship” become something of an anachronism in the Era of Globalization?

Harlow Giles Unger

      GUEST: Award-winning author and historian, Harlow Giles Unger, talks about his new book: John Marshall. TOPIC: Harlow Giles Unger reveals how Virginia-born John Marshall emerged from the Revolutionary War’s bloodiest battlefields to become one of the nation’s Founding Fathers.   ORIGINAL BROADCAST DATE: Monday January 12, 2015.       [jwplayer player=”1″ mediaid=”3333″]              ...

Don Doyle

Professor of History Don Doyle discusses his new book about the international reaction to the U.S. Civil War.

David Kirby

Best-selling author David Kirby discusses the latest breaking news from Sea World.

Liz Seccuro

She was gang raped at the Phi Kappa Psi fraternity house at the University of Virginia — in 1988. Coy talks with victim advocate and author Liz Seccuro.

ICTV with Coy Barefoot

UVA Professor of Art History Maurie McInnis joins Coy to consider the work of abolitionist art in fighting American slavery; plus Albemarle County Sheriff Chip Harding calls for an expansion of the collection of DNA from convicted criminals in Virginia.

Maurie McInnis

Author of Professor of Art History Maurie McInnis of the University of Virginia discusses her book on the history of American slavery and the new exhibit at the Library of Virginia that it has inspired.