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Walworth, Andrew

  • Ideas in Action: Executive Producer

  • Grace Creek Media: Founder

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Andrew Walworth is founder of Grace Creek Media and the executive producer of Ideas in Action, a weekly TV program hosted by James Glassman and coproduced by the George W. Bush Institute. Appearing on PBS affiliates, the program typically features prominent conservative academics and political actors commenting on domestic and foreign affairs. Guests have included Jeffrey Gedmin, a former AEI scholar who heads Radio Free Europe; Dan Senor, cofounder with William Kristol and Robert Kagan of the Foreign Policy Initiative; AEI’s Thomas Donnelly; Andrew Exum of the Center for a New American Security; former secretary of state George Shultz now based at the Hoover Institution; and former George W. Bush speechwriter Michael Gerson.[1]

According to his biography on the Ideas in Action website:

“Andrew Walworth is President and Founder of Grace Creek Media, an independent television production and distribution company headquartered in Annapolis, MD and president of The New River Education Fund. From 1993 to 2009, he was executive producer of the PBS public affairs series Think Tank with Ben Wattenberg. His other recent public television series include Moneywise with Kelvin Boston, Closer To Truth, Wine, Food & Friends with Karen MacNeil, andFollow The Money. Walworth's PBS documentaries and specials include Who's Afraid to Be a Millionaire? (2006), Heaven on Earth: The Rise & Fall of Socialism (2005), Financial Insecurity (2004), Traveling Smart with Rudy Maxa (2002), The Big Band Sound of WWII (2001), The First Measured Century (2000),Yogi Berra: Déjà Vu All Over Again (1999), and The Stockholder Society (1999). Recent cable credits includeHurricane Rescues andHurricane Reunions for Animal Planet, the one-hour documentary Church & State: Religion in America hosted by Brit Hume for the Fox News Channel, and FDR: A Presidency Revealed for the History Channel.”[2]

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