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Leon Kass on NOW WITH BILL MOYERSfrom the moyers files
In 2003 religious scholar and scientist Leon Kass appeared on NOW WITH BILL MOYERS and discussed his recent bible study and his thoughts on bio-ethics
Jon Stewart on NOW WITH BILL MOYERSfrom the moyers files
In 2003 Jon Stewart appeared on NOW WITH BILL MOYERS. During that conversation they touched on matters from the state of politics and the state of comedy:
Coleman Barks Reads Rumi, NOW WITH BILL MOYERS
Poet Coleman Barks is also known for his translations of the great 13th century Islamic poet and teacher, Jalaladdin Rumi. In 2003, Barks appeared on NOW WITH BILL MOYERS, reading three of Rumi's poems. Not only is Rumi's work heard on radio throughout the Arab world, he is a best-selling poet in America.
Susan Sontag on NOW WITH BILL MOYERSfrom the moyers files
In 2003 author Susan Sontag appeared on NOW WITH BILL MOYERS and discussed her experiences and writings about war
Doris Lessingfrom the moyers files
On October 11, 2007, Doris Lessing became the oldest person to win the Nobel Prize. In 2003, Bill Moyers talked with Lessing about life, politics and the process of writing.
Howard Zinn on NOW with BILL MOYERS
Howard Zinn, teacher, historian, and activist talked with Bill Moyers on the eve of the Iraq War.
Ron Paul on NOW WITH BILL MOYERSfrom the moyers files
In 2002, before the invasion of Iraq, Congressman Ron Paul (R -TX) appeared on NOW WITH BILL MOYERS and explained why he was not yet convinced that an invasion was necessary and justified.
John Bogle on NOW WITH BILL MOYERSfrom the moyers files
John Bogle, described by FORTUNE Magazine as one of the investment industry's "four giants of the 20th century," joins Bill Moyers to talk about the crisis of confidence in corporate America
Islam vs. Islam Roundtable: NOW WITH BILL MOYERSfrom the moyers files
In a penetrating conversation steered by many different points of view, the panel draws distinctions between the behavior of Muslims and the teachings of Islam and articulates the difference between terrorist groups such as Al Qaeda and fundamentalist political groups. They debate the clash of Islam with a modern world and how the Koran can be reconciled with democracy and a viable economy.
After the War: NOW WITH BILL MOYERS
The story of Dominic MacSorley of the humanitarian aid agency Concern Worldwide. He's part of the battle to feed the starving people of Afghanistan and fighting to make a difference in the rebuilding of a nation.
Life on the Edgefrom the moyers files
NOW WITH BILL MOYERS' 2002 broadcast "Life on the Edge" told the stories of families living in Oregon, a state found by the U.S. Department of Agriculture to have a high rate of "food insecurity" and hunger.
Father Richard John Neuhaus and Reverand James Forbesfrom the moyers files
Back in 2002, on NOW with BILL MOYERS, Bill Moyers asked two prominent men of faith, Father Richard John Neuhaus and Reverend James Forbes, for their opinions on church and state.
Imam Zaid Shakir on NOW WITH BILL MOYERSfrom the moyers files
Bill Moyers interviewed Imam Zaid Shakir for the first episode of NOW WITH BILL MOYERS, which aired January 18, 2002
Conversation with Archbishop Tutu
Bill Moyers sat down with Archbishop Tutu in 1999 discussing his chairmanship of the South African Truth and Reconciliation
Fooling With Words
An excerpt from Bill Moyers coverage of the Dodge Poetry Festival.
Bill Moyers Rewind: The Songs are Freefrom the moyers files
An excerpt from THE SONGS ARE FREE with Bernice Johnson Reagon and Bill Moyers, which originally aired on February, 6, 1991
Tu Wei-Ming - A WORLD OF IDEAS II
Tu Wei-Ming was born in mainland China, studied in Taiwan, and pursued an academic career in America at Princeton University and the University of California at Berkeley. Now professor of Chinese history and philosophy at Harvard Uninversity, he teaches and writes about Confucianism, the ancient Chinese system of ethics, and its relationship to the modern world.
Jacob Needleman - A WORLD OF IDEAS II
Bill Moyers talked with philosopher Jacob Needleman about his new study of the role of money in our culture in 1990 for the series, A WORLD OF IDEAS II.
Maxine Hong Kingston from WORLD OF IDEASfrom the moyers files
Bill Moyers' 1990 interview with Maxine Hong Kingston from the WORLD OF IDEAS series. Kingston and Moyers discuss Kingston's works THE WOMAN WARRIOR, CHINA MEN and TRIPMASTER MONKEY as well as her work with veterans.
A Gathering of Menfrom the moyers files
In this series from 1990, Bill Moyers and poet Robert Bly explore the changing role of men in modern America.