For a number of weeks C-SPAN, the venerable public-affairs cable channel founded by Brian Lamb, has had up a beta version of its video library, featuring many hours of its programming over the last 30-odd years. This week the site put up the full-scale version of the library, and now it’s possible for websurfers to select from over 160,000 hours of the channel’s programming.
And President Nixon is featured in several dozen different programs on the site, including excerpts from White House tapes; an interview conducted by Frank Gannon; a lengthy conversation with Lamb from 1992; footage of RN’s 1972 trip to China; and much else. Just put his name in the search box.