West Virginia Public Broadcasting will continue to air the House of Representatives’ Public Impeachment Hearings next week beginning Tuesday, November 19. Hearings are expected to continue Wednesday and Thursday of next week beginning at 9 a.m. each day.
NPR Live Coverage will air on WVPB's statewide public radio network and PBS NewsHour’s Special Coverage will air on The West Virginia Channel on television. A repeat broadcast of each day's PBS NewsHour’s Special Coverage will air on The West Virginia Channel starting at 7 p.m.
On Tuesday, November 19, morning testimony will include Jennifer Williams (a State Department official advising the vice president’s office) and Lt. Col. Alexander Vindman (a National Security Council staffer). The afternoon will feature Kurt Volker (the former U.S. special representative to Ukraine) and Tim Morrison (a National Security Council staffer). On Wednesday, November 20, US Ambassador to the EU Gordon Sondland will testify in the morning. Defense Department official Laura Cooper and Under Secretary of State for Political Affairs David Hale will testify in the afternoon. On Thursday, November 21, former National Security Council staffer Fiona Hill is scheduled to testify.