The Thursday Night Bulwark FAQ
A weekly livestream event for Bulwark+ members.
What is Thursday Night Bulwark?
At 8:00 p.m. E.T. on Thursday nights, Bulwark+ members can hang out with Bulwark staff for an hour-long chat about the events of the week. We sometimes refer to it as TNB.
What’s the show like?
The lineup is a rotating group of Bulwark writers, sometimes with a special guest who has expertise on a subject. Below is a recent edition that we’ve unlocked it so you can see what TNB is all about.
During the broadcast, Bulwark+ members can hang out in the live chat, talking to each other and reacting to the panelists in realtime. Members can also ask questions of the panelists via the Q&A feature.
Every once in a while we’ll do an entire show that’s just a long Q&A with members.
How do I tune in?
The livestreams start at 8:00 p.m. E.T. on Thursday night.
Each week’s TNB is hosted on Zoom. Around 7:00 p.m. on Thursday we send members an email with a customized link that will take them to the show.
Make sure you are on the TNB email alerts list by checking your Bulwark+ account settings here.
What if I miss the emailed link? Or can’t make it to the show at 8:00?
TNB has its own little corner of the Bulwark+ site. All of the shows are archived here, so if you just joined, you can go back and watch shows that aired before you started your membership.
Also, we make each show available both as a video that you can watch or a podcast you can listen to without video. As a Bulwark+ member, you can add the TNB podcast feed to your player of choice using this link. Each new edition will then automatically appear on your third party podcast player.
You keep this locked up just for members. Can’t you let me see one episode? Just so I know what I’m missing?
Okay. But only because you asked nicely. Here’s a recent show. But in general, we’re pretty serious about reserving this project just for Bulwark+ members.
Bulwark+ is a reader-supported publication. To attend our members-only Thursday Night Bulwark livestream gatherings and to support our work, consider becoming a paid member.