In Case You Missed It: shows from June 8-14, 2009, streaming online

June 16, 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 and links.

A scene from Blueprint America: Road to the Future.

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.

Charlie Rose:
June 8: D-Day remembrance with World War II veterans Len Lomell, Lee Archer and George McGovern plus historian Douglas Brinkley; author, Nobel Prize winner and Holocaust survivor Elie Wiesel.
June 9: The Coca-Cola Company chairman and CEO Muhtar Kent.
June 10: Author Richard Posner; a discussion about the fiscal deficit with New York Times journalist David Leonhardt, Professor Alan Blinder of Princeton University, and Professor Alan J. Auerbach of University of California, Berkeley.
June 11: Russia Ambassador to the U.N. Vitaly Churkin; musician Dave Matthews.
June 12: A talk about the Iranian elections with Karim Sadjadpour and Hooman Majd; the cast of Waiting for Godot with John Goodman, John Glover, Bill Irwin and Nathan Lane.

Tavis Smiley:
June 8: Mayor Dave Bing of Detroit; actor Kevin Bacon.
June 9: Singer-songwriter Nanci Griffith: lawyer and history professor Dr. Mary Frances Berry.
June 10: Soul singer Sharon Jones; Morning Joe co-host Joe Scarborough.
June 11: CNN talk show host Larry King.
June 12: Writer Colson Whitehead; actress-singer Della Reese.

News and Public Affairs: Weekly Programs:
Washington Week: President Obama’s health care reform plan; why ten banks are returning their government bailout funds; the gubernatorial races in Virginia and New Jersey.
Foreign Exchange: The problem of marine litter; a preview of a documentary that looks at the conflict between drug lords and the police in Rio de Janiero; a conversation about democracy and violence in poor countries with author Paul Collier.
NOW on PBS: A look at whether anti-abortion violence could be considered domestic terrorism.
Bill Moyers Journal: An interview with former U.S. Labor Secretary Robert Reich; a look at Thomas Paine with author Harvey J. Kaye and National Review senior editor Richard Brookhiser; gun violence.
Religion & Ethics Newsweekly:

Consuelo Mack’s Wealthtrack: A conversation with John Rogers, CEO and chief investment officer of Arial Investments, the first African-American owned mutual fund company; and Robert Kleinschmidt, president and chief investment officer of Tocqueville Asset Management.

News and Public Affairs:
Frontline: The Tank Man (originally aired April 11, 2006). One of the indelible images from the 1989 Tiananmen Square incident was that of a man standing in front of a Chinese tank in an act of protest. This program examines what has happened to this person and the aftermath of Tiananmen nearly 20 years later.
Wide Angle: Dishing Democracy (originally aired July 31, 2007). The advent of satellite television in Arab countries in the early ‘90s has brought independent journalism to the region, especially news and talk shows that deal with topics such as equality among the sexes and polygamy. This documentary explores this phenomenon.
Wide Angle: Class of 2006 (originally aired July 25, 2006). This program spotlights on the current political and social changes in Morocco, particularly for its female population, since the reforms instituted by King Mohammad VI.
Blueprint America: Road to the Future (originally aired May 20, 2009). America’s aging infrastructure will be facing changes as the country’s population grows in the next 40 years. This program explores those challenges and how the country is investing in and coping with improving its transportation systems.

Science and Nature:
NOVA: Lord of the Ants. A profile of Harvard professor Edward Wilson, an advocate for biological diversity and ants. Narrated by Harrison Ford.

History:
Antiques Roadshow: Bismarck, ND Hour Two.
American Experience: The Living Weapon. This film examines the international race in creating biological weapons during the 1940s and 1950s.

D.I.Y.:
Jacques Pepin: More Fast Food My Way: Dinner Party Special . Jacques prepares stuffed pork tenderloin on grape tomatoes; cream of leek and mushroom soup; and mini almond cakes in a ruby red raspberry sauce.