One of my favorite programs is "Bookmark," which airs every Friday evening on RL TV. The host is Daryn Kagan, a former anchor at CNN. The hour-long show features authors, books to films, reviews, and more and it moves along at an entertaining pace.
One of the longest running programs is Book TV on C-SPAN. Brian Lamb and others provide in-depth interviews with authors of nonfiction books.
Another place for great author interviews and book reviews is National Public Radio. I'm on the mailing list (you can sign up on website) and receive updates on programs.
I live in Kentucky, where I can enjoy "One to One with Bill Goodman" on Kentucky Educational Television. The program, however, features more than authors. KET also had a show called "bookclub@KET," which featured discussions about books by Kentucky authors. The website has an archive of the programs.
One of the best Internet sites for books can be found at Tunein.com. It has numerous programs that focus on all things relating to books.
And check out Blog Talk Radio, which also allows listeners to start their own program about books or whatever.
If you have any favorites you'd like to recommend, please leave in the comments section.
Until the next time...