Authors' Closing Words

Added on by C. Maoxian.

A running collection of closing words from the authors interviewed on Booknotes … this also serves as a record of all the episodes of Booknotes that I have viewed:

  • Zbigniew Brzezinski -- "I enjoyed it. Thank you."

  • Judy Shelton -- "My pleasure. Thank you for having me."

  • Bruce Oudes -- "You're quite welcome."

  • Susan Moeller -- "Thank you, sir."

  • Henry Brandon -- "Thank you for asking me."

  • David Hackworth -- "My pleasure."

  • James Fallows -- "Thank you. It's been a great pleasure."

  • Gregory Fossedal -- "Thanks for having me."

  • Stanley Karnow -- "Thank you, Brian."

  • James MacGregor Burns -- "Thank you."

  • Robert Christopher -- "It was a lot of fun. Thank you."

  • Robert Byrd -- "Thank you very much. Thank you."

  • Nathaniel Branden -- "I really enjoyed this. It was absolutely, from my point of view, wonderful. Very relaxed, very easy, very natural, I don't know how it even sounded to you, but whatever your personal agenda was, I had a very good time."

  • Roger Kennedy -- "Thank you."

  • George Wilson -- "Thank you."

  • Jeanne Simon -- [interview cut off]

  • Gina Kolata — “Thank you.”

  • Clifford Stoll — “Many thanks to you. I appreciate it.”

  • Hilary Hinton ‘Zig’ Ziglar — “Thank you very much.”

  • Jennifer Toth — “Thank you.”

  • Robert Wright — “Thank you.”

  • Ted Yeatman — “Thank you.”

  • Ellen Joan Pollack — “Thank you.”

  • Roy Morris, Jr. — “Thank you for having me.”

  • Peter Charles Hoffer — “Thank you.“

  • Linda Greenlaw — “Thank you.”

  • Jill Jonnes — “Thank you so much for having me.”

  • Simon Worrall — “Thank you, Brian. It was a pleasure. Thanks.”

  • Liz Trotta — “Thank you, Brian.”

  • Malcolm Wilde Brown — “Thank you very much for having me.”

  • Fitzhugh Green — “….“