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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.

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2004

December 17, 2004: Media consolidation. Bill Moyers talks with the ACLU's Anthony Romero. Bill Moyers says goodbye.

December 10, 2004: Mountaineer and physician Charles Houston. Conductor Benjamin Zander on the Art of Possibility.

December 3, 2004: New York State Attorney General Eliot Spitzer. Richard Dawkins on the Argument for Evolution.

November 26, 2004: Two extraordinary women shaped by the power of words. Bill Moyers talks to Judy Collins. David Brancaccio speaks to Roya Hakakian.

November 19, 2004: Condoleezza Rice as Secretary of State. Double Dealing on the Reservation. Angela Glover Blackwell and Manuel Pastor on Dimensions of Race. The Tom DeLay Controversy.

November 12, 2004: Sister Joan Chittister on Religion and Politics. War Journalist Christian Parenti on Afghanistan and Iraq. Economist Laurence Kotlikoff on the Coming Generational Storm.

November 5, 2004: Conservative strategist Grover Norquist. Civil Rights lawyer Christopher Edley. Kathleen Hall Jamieson and Kevin Phillips reflect on the election.

October 29, 2004: The Road to War -- Reviewing the Evidence. Bill Moyers talks with conservative Richard Viguerie. David Brancaccio talks with Dean campaign manager Joe Trippi.

October 22, 2004: The View from Main Street -- Economic Change in Jefferson, WI. Michael Zweig on class in America. Kathleen Hall Jamieson on campaign ads. Kevin Phillips on religion and politics in Election 2004.

October 15, 2004: Single Women and the Vote. David Brancaccio talks with The Advancement Project's Judith Browne about voter rights. Bill Moyers talks with Kevin Phillips and THE NATION's Katrina vanden Huevel.

October 8, 2004: David Brancaccio talks to the four major third-party candidates about the topics they believe should be part of the national dialogue.

October 1, 2004: Hannah Allam on the View From Baghdad. THE BATTLE OF ALGIERS. Military Scholar Vali Nasr. Morton Mintz's Questions for the Candidates. Wilderness at Risk in Montana.

September 24, 2004: No Debate -- Inside the Politics of Presidential Debates. John Powers and Michel Martin. Pete Peterson on the Deficit and the Future.

September 17, 2004: The Call to War -- National Guard in Iraq. Phillips and Jamieson on Media and Politics. Richard Murphy Back from Combat. Warmer and Warmer in the Rocky Mountains.

September 10, 2004: 9/11: For the Record. A NOW with Bill Moyers Special Edition. (Due to rights restrictions we will not be able to present streaming video of this program.)

September 3, 2004: Breaking With Convention -- The Soul of the GOP. War Parties -- Defense Contractor Parties. Kathleen Hall Jamieson on political speech. Reporter Phillip Robertson from Iraq.

August 27, 2004: Party Favors -- Convention Spending. Political Analyst Kevin Phillips and ABC's Michel Martin. Salim Muwakkil from IN THESE TIMES. The Wilderness Act at 40.

August 20, 2004: CNN's Lou Dobbs on outsourcing in America. Kathleen Hall Jamieson on the campaign ad wars. Kevin Phillips on Iraq and Election 2004.

August 13, 2004: Starting from Behind. The success story of Manhattan Comprehensive Day and Night School.

August 6, 2004: Art and Politics. Filmmaker John Sayles and SILVER STATE. The One-Woman Show of Sarah Jones. CONTROL ROOM Filmmaker Jehane Noujaim.

July 30, 2004: One Person, One Vote? Kevin Phillips and Michel Martin on Watching the Democrats Change Metaphors. Benjamin Barber on Preemptive Democracy.

July 23, 2004: In the Dark: Media Coverage of Local Elections. Kevin Phillips on the Week's News. George Lakoff on the Power of Language in Politics.

July 16, 2004: Losing Medicaid in Mississippi. Chuck Lewis on the Politics of Oil. Cal Thomas on Gay Marriage and the Bible.

July 9, 2004: Thomas Frank on WHAT'S THE MATTER WITH KANSAS? Forensic anthropologist Clea Koff on war crimes evidence. Bill Moyers and Kathleen Hall Jamieson on the Campaign season.

July 2, 2004: Frank Luntz on Political Tactics. A Sweet Deal: Congressional Pay. Philosopher Sissela Bok on Happiness.

June 25, 2004: Mercury Rising. NPR's Deborah Amos from Baghdad. Elizabeth Warren on rising interest rates.

June 18, 2004: The Cost of War. Julie Flint on the Crisis in Western Sudan. Michael Eric Dyson on the Hip Hop Political Conference.

June 11, 2004: Secrecy in Government. David Brancaccio and the Center for Constitutional Rights' Ron Daniels. Delay, Incorporated. Bill Moyers talks with the AP's Ron Curley.

June 4, 2004: D-Day Remembered.

May 28, 2004: On the Border -- Migrant Workers in the U.S. Rep Ron Paul (R-TX) on the war in Iraq. THE ECONOMIST'S Adrian Wooldridge with ABC's Michel Martin on the news.

May 21, 2004: Human Rights Lawyer Scott Horton on the prison abuses and the Geneva Conventions. The Ultimate Makeoever -- Greenhope's program for women coming out of prison. Paul Gigot on the news of the day. A Medicare update.

May 14, 2004: Ethicist Peter Singer. Truth in Advertising? NOW Looks at Campaign Ads. Susan Jacoby on America's Freethinking Tradition.

May 7, 2004: WALL STREET JOURNAL Editor Paul Gigot. Samantha Power on the World's View of America. Quitting Time in Rockford, Illinois? Bill Moyers on the Media, Politics, and Censorship.

April 30, 2004: New Medicare, Old Story. A Faithful Choice: Voices of Faith for a Woman's Right to Choose. NPR's Bob Edwards on Tough Questions the Press Should Be Asking.

April 23, 2004: The Sierra Club's Carl Pope. Former BBC Director Greg Dyke on politics and the press. The Global Fund for Women's Kavita Ramdas.

April 16, 2004: Front Lines and Food Lines -- American Military Families. Bill Moyers talks with Political Scientist Mahmood Mamdani. David Brancaccio talks with Alice Rivlin and Isbael Sawhill about Deficit Solutions.

April 9, 2004: Jon Lee Anderson from Baghdad. Bill Moyers on the Children of Iraq. Kevin Phillips on Money and Politics. Bill Moyers talks with Religious Scholar Karen Armstrong.

April 4, 2004: Bombs Away -- developing new nuclear devices. White House Veteran John Dean on secrecy. Deborah Amos on Iraq. The Politics of Gas Prices.

March 26, 2004: School Vouchers. Journalist Michel Martin and NEWSWEEK Financial Editor Allan Sloan.

March 19, 2004: Bill Moyers talks with Hal Holbrook about Mark Twain, then and now.

March 12, 2004: Bill Moyers talks with Maurice Sendak.

March 5, 2004: Going Undercover -- War on Terror Tactics. Bill Moyers talks with William Sloane Coffin

February 27, 2004: Criminalizing Dissent? Harvesting Votes in California's Central Valley. THE WALL STREET JOURNAL's Paul Gigot.

February 20, 2004: God and Politics in the Holy Land. The Advancement Project's Connie Rice. Deborah Amos from Baghdad.

February 13, 2004: Radio Waves -- Talk radio's impact. TV Nation -- The battle over the halftime show. Bill Moyers talks with Tom Osborne. David Cay Johnston on the American tax system.

February 6, 2004: Who is the American middle class? Bankruptcy expert Elizabeth Warren. The big buisiness of Campaign Ads. Election issues in small-town Michigan. The Rolling Thunder Down-Home Democracy Tour.

January 30, 2004: Power Politics. Rev. Joseph Darby and Harris Raynor on Democrats in the South. Historian Dan T. Carter.

January 23, 2004: Ode to Kyoto. David Keene of the American Conservative Union. Brancaccio in New Hampshire with Elementary School Principal Marc Boyd.

January 16, 2004: Endangered Species. Ken Auletta on Media Today. Brooks Jackson on Facts and Fiction. Journalistic Pioneer Helen Thomas.

January 9, 2004: Global Business vs. Global Justice. Chuck Lewis on the Buying of the President. Irshad Manji on changing Islam.

January 2, 2004: New Year, New Ideas. Andrew Zolli on Futurism. Susan Neiman on the Idea of Evil.

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