Arts

  • December 29, 2005  

    Recent advancements in television technology that give viewers control over watching television programs on their own schedule and on portable devices are revolutionizing the way networks distribute their programs. Continue reading

  • December 27, 2005  

    A report on the re-creation of London’s historic Globe Theatre. The report features a conversation with Mark Rylance, artistic director for the theater, who recently announced he would step down from his post at the end of the year. Continue reading

  • December 26, 2005  

    An Independent Television News report documents the struggle to survive in Pakistan as winter reaches isolated regions destroyed by the earthquake in early October. Continue reading

  • December 26, 2005  

    Two guests involved in the disaster relief efforts after last year’s tsunami in South Asia discuss the international effort that provided shelter, supplies and medical attention and prevented further deaths among the survivors from epidemics and starvation. Continue reading

  • December 22, 2005  

    Essayist Roger Rosenblatt expounds on the joys of Christmas music. Continue reading

  • December 20, 2005   BY  

    New York City’s transit union workers went on strike in the pre-dawn hours Tuesday, causing thousands of New Yorkers to find a different means of getting to work. Continue reading

  • December 19, 2005  

    An Independent Television News report documents the struggle to survive in Pakistan as winter reaches isolated regions destroyed by the earthquake in early October. Continue reading

  • December 15, 2005  

    As rapid advances in technology occur, some experts say globalization has created a new, border-free world that gives more power to individuals and also allows for illicit trafficking. Two authors discuss globalization, and the resulting new world economy. Continue reading

  • December 14, 2005  

    Disputes on several key bills have kept Congress in session much longer than usual. A congressional scholar explains sticking points in the Patriot Act, defense appropriations bills, the budget and tax bills. Continue reading

  • December 13, 2005  

    Essayist Roger Rosenblatt reflects on Vladimir Nabokov’s controversial novel “Lolita,” 50 years after it was first published. Continue reading