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 and links.
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.
Sept. 7: Conversations about Afghanistan and Pakistan with Hamid Karzai, Robert Gates, Adm. Michael Mullen, Anthony Zinni and Asif Ali Zardari.
Sept. 8: A preview on Obama’s health care speech with John Podesta; a talk about Obama’s speech to students with ABC News’ Jake Tapper.
Sept. 9: Analysis of Obama’s health care speech with Kathleen Dahlkemper, David Brooks, Joseph A. Califano, Al Hunt, Anthony Weiner, Rich Lowry and Thaddeus McCotter.
Sept. 10: Author E.L. Doctorow; Sprint Nextel CEO and president Daniel Hesse.
Sept. 11:Author Donald Dell; NYPD Commissioner Ray Kelly; New Yorker architecture critic Paul Goldberger; Remembering Sept. 11, 2001, with Nora Ephron, Lee Ielpi, Rudy Giuliani, Karl Rove, Pete Hamill and James Efthimiades.
Sept. 7: Singer-songwriter Smokey Robinson.
Sept. 8: Twitter co-founder Biz Stone; actress Gloria Reuben
Sept. 9: Country singer Reba McEntire; author Dean Koontz.
Sept. 10: Comedian-talk show host Jay Leno.
Sept. 11: Comedian-talk show host Jay Leno; producer Mark Johnson.
News and Public Affairs: Weekly Programs:
Washington Week: President Obama’s health care plan and Congress; Supreme Court on campaign finance; 9/11 eight years later.
NOW on PBS: This week’s show examines how Rwanda’s health care system is impacting both its citizens’ health and the nation’s economy.
Bill Moyers Journal: A conversation with McClatchy Pentagon correspondent Nancy Youssef on Afghanistan; an interview with global health specialist and Dartmouth College president Dr. Jim Yong Kim on public health.
Religion & Ethics Newsweekly:
- Islam makes a comeback in today’s Indonesia.
- A profile of the Cistercian Abbey, which is financially supported through sales of ink and toner supplies.
- A segment on the Jewish High Holidays.
- An interfaith prayer service with Muslims at Sixth & I Historic Synagogue in Washington, DC on Sept. 3.
Consuelo Mack Wealthtrack: Covering the topics of higher inflation, rising interest rates and higher taxes; featuring Armored Wolf CIO John Brynjolfsson, Loomis Sayles & Company vice chairman Dan Fuss; and ISI Group managing director Tom Gallagher.
New York Now: The State Senate and ethics reform. Available for one week.
Foreign Exchange: A talk with embedded journalist Nir Rosen, who has covered the conflicts in Afghanistan and Iraq since 2003; a report on the education system in Afghanistan.
News and Public Affairs:
Wide Angle:Time for School 3, Part 2. A look at kids in several different countries seeking a basic education. Part of Wide Angle’s decade-long documentary project.
Science and Nature:
P.O.V.: The English Surgeon. A documentary film on Henry Marsh, an English brain surgeon working in the Ukraine and how he helps people in need despite obstacles under a failing medical infrastructure,
Nature: The Good, the Bad, and the Grizzly. The return of the grizzly bears at Yellowstone raises a question of whether they should still be protected under the Endangered Species Act.
Arts and Culture:
Masterpiece Mystery: Inspector Lewis, Series Two: Life Born of Fire. Lewis and Hathaway look into the suicide of a man at a church. Available for online viewing through September 27, 2009.
Masterpiece Mystery: Inspector Lewis, Series Two: Music to Die For. The underground world of bare-knucke boxing is tied with a murder in Oxford. Available for online viewing through September 20, 2009.
Your Life, Your Money. Hosted by Donald Faison, this program is for your young adults about the fundamentals concepts of finance such as banking and credit debt.
Families Stand Together: Hosted by Al Roker and Deborah Roberts, this program presented by Sesame Street offers advice and suggestions to help families cope in these tough economic times.