In Case You Missed It: Broadcast Shows also Online, Mar. 30-Apr. 5 2009
A roundup of all streaming, full-length videos online from PBS and Thirteen programs that aired last week. See the list below for all full episodes.
News and Public Affairs: Nightly Programs:
NewsHour with Jim Lehrer: The reports, segmented by story, per day.
Nightly Business Report: The reports stream online.
NJN News: The reports stream online for one week (see archives M-Tu-W-Th-F).
Worldfocus:The nightly news show streams online for 15 days; signature stories are online forever.
March 30: Chefs Ferran Adria and Jose Andres; a discussion on “Picasso: Mosqueteros” with Bernard Picasso and John Richardson.
March 31: Architects Liz Diller, Ricardo Scofido and Charles Renfro.
April 1: Former Israeli politician Avraham Burg; conductor and pianist Andre Previn; actor Robert Wagner.
April 2: Surgeon Atul Gawande; architecture critic Ada Louise Huxtable.
April 3: Jazz trumpeter Wynton Marsalis; an appreciation of/tribute to historian John Hope Franklin.
March 30: Hip-hop artist Emmanuel Jal; Senator Kent Conrad (D-North Dakota).
March 31: Actress Jaime Pressly; author William Cohan.
April 1: A remembrance of Marvin Gaye from Otis Williams, Claudette Robinson and Jan Gaye.
April 2: Musician Carlos Santana.
April 3: Musician Israel Houghton; sports writer Seth Davis.
News and Public Affairs: Weekly Programs:
Washington Week: 4/3 program includes John Harwood of CNBC, Martha Raddatz of ABC News, David Wessel of The Wall Street Journal, and Pete Williams of NBC News.
NOW on PBS: the show revisits Coming Home and Paradise Lost, Revisited, about soldiers returning from the war(s), and the island of Kiribati, respectively.
Bill Moyers Journal: William Black discusses the economy and safeguards; Amy Goodman of Democracy Now and Glenn Greenwald of Salon discuss the alternative media.
* The story behind two economic titans’ incredible rise with Anil Gupta
* Witness a revolution that’s turning poachers into preservationists in Milking the Rhino
* An in depth conversation with Gabor Rona from Human Rights First on the future of Gitmo’s detainees
Religion & Ethics Newsweekly: Martin Luther King, Jr. and Gandhi; Hispanic Holy Week; the Pope in Africa.
Consuelo Mack’s Wealthtrack: Investing through the biggest bear market in a generation. Guests include Francois Trahan; chief investment strategist, ISI Group; Dennis Stattman, portfolio manager, BlackRock Global Allocation Fund; John Dorfman, chairman, Thunderstorm Capital.
In the Life: This episode focuses on the issue regarding the inclusion of gender identity disorder in the American Psychiatric Association’s Diagnostic and Statistical Manual.
Frontline:Sick Around America: This latest installment of Frontline explores America’s broken health care system and what needs to be done to fix it.
Coming Home: Military Families Cope With Change: This program presented by Sesame Workshop, and featuring Queen Latifah and John Mayer, tells the stories of returning injured servicemen and how they and their families are adjusting.
Antiques Roadshow:Chattanooga, Tennessee (Part One).
Science and Nature:
Nova: Is There Life on Mars?
Nova: Monster of the Milky Way.
Nature: Kilauea: Mountain of Fire.
Nature: Frogs: The Thin Green Line.
e2: The Economies of Being Environmentally Conscious: Super Use. (go to webcasts tab for streaming video)
Alan Alda in Scientific American Frontiers: The Dark Side of the Universe.
Arts & Culture:
Masterpiece Theater: Little Dorrit (Part One): A dramatization of the Charles Dickens classic. (this page will include Parts 1-5, and will be available only through May 3, 2009).
Great Performances: King Lear: Sir Ian McKellan plays the title role in this latest adaptation of Shakespeare’s tragic work.
Jacques Pepin: More Fast Food My Way: Go Fish: A seafood feast of picante mussel pilaf and onion-crusted sole with anchovy butter with apricot clafoutis for dessert.