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.
June 15: A conversation about the Iranian election results with Abbas Milani, Hooman Majd , Flynt Leverett and Nicholas Burns; director of the Office of Management and Budget Peter Orszag; New York Times journalist Roger Cohen in Iran.
June 16: Author Michael Lewis; a discussion on health care with Aetna CEO Ronald Williams and CEO of Cleveland Clinic Delos Cosgrove; Senator Ronald Wyden of Oregon talks about health care; New York Times journalist Roger Cohen in Iran.
June 17: A discussion about the U.S. Open with CBS Sports commentator Jim Nantz and Golf World/Golf Digest’s Jaime Diaz; the Internet’s role in the coverage of the elections in Iran with Huffington Post national editor Nico Pitney, chief privacy officer of Facebook Chris Kelly, and author/professor Jonathan Zittrain.
June 18: An interview with former Washington Post editor Ben Bradlee, Sally Quinn and Quinn Bradlee, author of A Different Life: Growing Up Learning Disabled and Other Adventures ; host of MSNBC’s The Rachel Maddow Show Rachel Maddow; a talk about regulatory reform with Steven Pearlstein of The Washington Post.
June 19: A discussion about personalized medicine with George Church, Steven Pinker, Anne Wojcicki and Linda Avey; the American response to the Iranian crisis with David Ignatius, David Brooks, David Sanger and Roger Kagan.
June 15: California State Assembly Speaker Karen Bass; actress Mary McCormack.
June 16: Iranian writer Marina Nemat; pop music songwriting duo Jerry Leiber and Mike Stoller.
June 17: Pakistani journalist Ali Sethi; actor Chris Noth.
June 18: Actress and comedienne Roseanne Barr.
June 19: Soccer coach Luma Mufleh; travel writer Rick Steves.
News and Public Affairs: Weekly Programs:
Washington Week: The protests in Iran; the White House’s plan for financial regulatory reform; the debate over health care; President Obama and the GLBT community.
NOW on PBS: How the growing problem of massive student loan debt is affecting college students’ aspirations and the national economy.
Bill Moyers Journal: An interview with Leymah Gbowee, who led the peace movement in Liberia, and filmmaker Abigail Disney, who produced the documentary about that struggle, Pray the Devil Back to Hell.
Religion & Ethics Newsweekly:
- A feature on churches that are experiencing problems trying to stay financially afloat.
- St. John’s University history professor John Rao’s journey to the cathedral at Chartres.
- The role of religion in the recent Iranian elections.
- An interview with Geneive Abdo, Iran analyst at the Century Foundation, who talks about the religious impact of Iran’s political crisis.
Consuelo Mack Wealthtrack: Two investment professionals talk share their thoughts about the investment climate: Paul McCulley, portfolio manager, PIMCO; and Francois Trahan, chief investment strategist, ISI Group.
Caucus New Jersey: The Future of Higher Education in New Jersey (originally aired May 30, 2009). A discussion on making higher public education in New Jersey a priority as well as keeping talented students in state and expanding academic programs. Panel includes former New Jersey Governor Tom Kean; Susan Cole, president of Montclair State University; Barbara Gitenstein, president of the College of New Jersey; and Peter Philip Mercer, president of Ramapo College of New Jersey.
New York Now: The battle over the New York State Senate. Online for one week only.
News and Public Affairs:
Frontline: Breaking the Bank. The story of Bank of America’s recent troubles–including a stock collapse, a terrible fourth-quarter loss, and a merger–and how the government came to its aid.
Miller Center National Debates: America’s Energy Future. Issue: “The United States must end its dependency on carbon-based fuels.” With debaters John Podesta, former White House chief of staff; James Woolsey, former director of Central Intelligence; Christine Todd Whitman, former Governor of New Jersey; and Karen Harbert, president and CEO, Institute for 21st Century.
Antiques Roadshow: Bismarck, ND-Hour Three
American Experience: Roberto Clemente. One of the greatest players in baseball, Clemente transcended sports and race through his athlecticism and humanitarian work.
Arts and Culture:
Masterpiece Mystery!: Poirot: Cat Among the Pigeons. A murder at a girls school draws famed Belgian detective Hercule Poirot (David Suchet) to a case involving international espionage and a princess. Available for online viewing through July 5.
Jacques Pepin: More Fast Food My Way: Breaking With Tradition. Chicken persilade; skillet apple Charlotte; harlequin salad; turkey scallopini with morels served with Middle Eastern couscous and saffron.