The list below contains all NOW broadcasts arranged by air date. Click on the show title or date to access all of that program's online content including Web-exclusive features, transcripts, and related multimedia.
December 27, 2002: Kids and Chemicals -- Are we making our children sick? Updates from our hour-long special.
December 20, 2002: Troubled Waters -- The fate of the Clean Water Act. Ossie Davis on Strom Thurmond, Trent Lott and today's moral assignment. Christoper Hitchens on the case for war. Dr. Marc Siegel takes on patient privacy.
December 13, 2002: The Middle-Class Squeeze -- What's next for America's middle class? Senator John McCain on campaign finance reform. Bill Moyers talks about the U.S. in global pespective with Mark Hertsgaard. Wind Energy in Minnesota.
December 6, 2002: Excerpt from THE TRIALS OF HENRY KISSINGER and interview with the filmmaker Eugene Jarecki. Discussion of direct cinema with film icon Albert Maylses. Bill Moyers Journal on FCC deregulation.
November 29, 2002: Exploring Creativity. Director Julie Taymor on inspiration; Writer/Director Gregory Nava on myth; and Sherman Alexie on the wee small hours.
November 22, 2002: Science for Sale? Drug Companies and Ad Agencies. The Cuban Missile Crises and the Iraq Situation. Bob Moses' Algebra Project.
November 15, 2002: Gun Land -- American Guns in the Hands of Terrorists? Wynona Ward, Domestic Violence Crusader. Colombian Author Laura Restrepo.
November 8, 2002: Wal-Mart and Wages. Simon Schama, Samantha Power and Louis Lapham Look at the Election. Bill Moyers' Commentary.
November 1, 2002: Democracy in Danger Roundtable. John H. Biggs on the Future of the S.E.C. Election Resources.
October 25, 2002: Kids and Commercials. Julie Taymor on her new film FRIDA. And, Saudi Money and Terroism.
October 18, 2002: Buying Access: Commercialization of American Schools. Monica Patton, Vote Getter. Charles Lewis of the Center for Public Integrity on Campaign Finance. Dr. Robert Jay Lifton and Fear in America. Bill Moyers' Commentary on the Costs of War.
October 11, 2002: Voices of Dissent -- Against War with Iraq. Poet Naomi Shihab Nye. Kathleen Hall Jamieson on Campaign Ads. Celebrating a Community Center in Seattle.
October 4, 2002: Seeds of Conflict -- Genetically Modified Foods. Author Sherman Alexie. Congressman Ron Paul on War with Iraq and and Energy Bill Update.
September 27, 2002: Risky Business -- A Special Roundtable on Corporate Responsibility.
September 20, 2002: City in a Bowl -- New Orleans and Hurricanes. The U.S. Embargo on Cuba. Interview: Author and activist Arundhati Roy.
September 13, 2002: Taking Liberties -- Special Roundtable on Civil Liberties after 9/11.
September 6, 2002: Losing Ground -- Why the Louisiana Delta is Disappearing. Interviews: Media Commentator Kathleen Hall Jamieson and Barbara Ibrahim, wife of an Egyptian political prisoner.
August 30, 2002: The Earth Debate: A Special Roundtable from the UN Summit on Sustainable Development in Johannesburg.
August 23, 2002: We Dissent -- Environmental Insiders. Excerpt: GROWING UP GLOBAL. A Walk through Harlem. Interview: Iraq expert Dennis Halliday.
August 16, 2002: A Special Update of the Bill Moyers Special FROM D-DAY TO THE RHINE.
August 9, 2002: A Second Opinion: Dr. Marc Siegel on Drug Ads. Interview: Ralph Nader. Excerpt from TRADING DEMOCRACY.
August 2, 2002: The Cost of Coal: Mountaintop Mining Controversy. Interviews: Archbishop Wilton J. Gregory and filmmaker Miguel Arteta.
July 26, 2002: The Last Stop -- Inside Foster Care. Hidden Assets, the World of Tax Evasion. Commentary: Bill Moyers
July 19, 2002: Toxic E-Waste. Offshore Shell Game of Corporate Tax Havens. Interviews: John Bogle of Vanguard Group, Director and Playwright George C. Wolfe.
July 12, 2002: Justice and Jihad -- A Special Roundtable on Islam and the West. The View from Cairo.
July 5, 2002: Leasing the Rain -- Bolivia's Water War. Interviews: Scholar Noreena Hertz and Norman Lear on the Declaration of Independence. Commentary: Frank Wu.
June 28, 2002: Radiologist Roulette -- Who's Reading Mammograms? Freedom of Information Act and West Bank Settlement Updates. Interviews: Rabbi Yechiel Eckstein and Conservative Activist Ralph Reed.
June 21, 2002: Toxic Communities. Update on Wall Street Scandals. Interviews: Kathleen Hall Jamieson on issue ads. Snapshots: Emmett Gowin. Commentary: Bill Moyers.
June 14, 2002: The Muslim Brotherhood's Change of Heart. Interviews: Public Opinion Expert Daniel Yankelovich, Filmmaker John Sayles. Commentary: John Ridley.
June 7, 2002: A Special Update of the Bill Moyers Special FROM D-DAY TO THE RHINE.
May 31, 2002: Vested Interest -- Wall Street Email Trail. West Bank, What Next? Israel -- Separation Now? Interview: New York Attorney General Elliott Spitzer.
May 24, 2002: A Dirty War -- Aceh and Indonesia. Children of 9/11. Interviews: Islam expert John Esposito, and author Barbara Kingsolver.
May 17, 2002: As Goes Maine... -- Single-Payer Healthcare, Income Disparities. Excerpt from PEOPLE LIKE US. Interview: Author Kevin Phillips. Commentary: Bill Moyers.
May 10, 2002: Kids and Chemicals -- Are We Poisoning Our Children?
May 3, 2002: After the War -- Aid workers in Afghanistan. Carter and Gates in South Africa. Interview: Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg.
April 26, 2002: Virtual Radio, The Massing of the Media, Los Angeles 10 Years Later. Interview: Shakespeare Scholar Herman Gollub.
April 19, 2002: Tobacco Traffic -- Cigarette smuggling and cigarette business. Preview of Bill Moyers on the Hudson. Interview: Theorist Hernando de Soto. Commentary: Vertamae Grosvenor.
April 12, 2002: Race and Justice -- Police Violence in Miami. CEO Compensation. Interview: Global Warming Expert Dr. Robert Watson. Snapshots: Joan Liftin. Commentary: Frank Wu
April 5, 2002: Troubled Lands -- West Bank Settlements, Behind Closed Doors: The Freedom of Information Act. Interview: Middle East Historian Mark Tessler. Commentary: Bill Moyers.
March 29, 2002: Life on Edge -- Hunger in Oregon. Energy Bill Update. Interviews: Playwright Horton Foote and NPR Correspondent Julie Rovner. Commentary: Barbara Ehrenreich.
March 22, 2002: Desperate Measures -- Militant Marwan Zaloum. POV's documentary "Promises." Interviews: Playwright Mary Zimmerman, Professor Amal Amireh.
March 15, 2002: A Family Divided -- A Post-9/11 Detainee's Story, Interviews: NEW YORK TIMES' Jersualem Correspondent James Bennet, Israeli author David Grossman. Snapshots: Dan Budnik. Commentary: Bill Moyers
March 8, 2002: Stripping the West -- Methane Gas Production in Wyoming. Earth on Edge. Zimbabwe's Elections. Interview: T. Boone Pickens. Commentary: Terry Tempest Williams.
March 1, 2002: Faith in America -- Father Richard John Neuhaus and Reverend James Forbes. Interview: Scholar Karen Armstrong. New Afghan Government.
February 22, 2002: Why the Children? -- Child Rape and AIDS in South Africa. Enron's Money and Politics. Interviews: Archbishop Desmond Tutu, Dr. Roland Msiska. Poet Linda McCarriston. Commentary: Bill Moyers.
February 15, 2002: Freedom to Teach? -- Academic freedom post 9/11. Interviews: Filmmaker Gregory Nava, Scholar Azizah al-Hibri. Commentary: John Ridley.
February 8, 2002: Return to Kandahar -- An Afghan-American Goes Home. FRONTLINE's "American Porn." Interview: Author James Carroll. Commentary: Vertamae Grosvenor. Snapshots: Lori Grinker.
February 1, 2002: The Invisible Ones -- Undocumented victims of 9/11. Enron's White House meetings. NAFTA's Chapter 11 -- Trading Democracy. Interview: Author Benjamin Barber. Poet Shirley Geok-lin Lim. Commentary: Harry Shearer.
January 25, 2002: A Widow's Plea -- Amber Amundson. Enron's corporate culture. Interview: WALL STREET JOURNAL Editor Robert Bartley. Commentary: Bill Moyers
January 18, 2002: Know Thy Neighbor -- An Imam in Controversy in Cleveland, Energy Bill. Interview: Imam Zaid Shakir. Commentary: John Ridley.